A Ronald McDonald House in British Columbia is evicting the family of a four-year-old boy with cancer because they have not taken the experimental COVID-19 shots, according to a report from LifeNews.
The action, which apparently allowed the family members until the end of January to take the experimental shots or get the boot, is being documented online.
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Austin Fergason appears in the video holding up a notice he says he was given by the facility, which is a charity that provides a temporary home to pediatric cancer patients while they’re being treated at hospitals.
“The page-long missive states that beginning January 17, all patients, attending family members, and visitors over the age of 5 must be vaccinated against COVID or they will be evicted from the facility,” the report explains.
“Beginning January 17, 2022, everyone five years and older who are working, staying or visiting our facilities (both the House at 4567 Heather St. Vancouver and at the Family Room in Surrey Memorial Hospital) must show proof of full vaccination (two doses), in addition to completing our existing screening, unless an Accommodation has been sought and has been explicitly approved and granted by RMHC (Ronald McDonald House Charities) in writing,” the notice reads.
In the video, Fergason confronted a Ronald McDonald House administrator to request confirmation that the plans include eviction for him, his wife, and their 4-year-old with leukemia.
“The woman confirms the new policy, saying if was a decision made by the facility’s board of directors,” the report explains.
“This is some kind of crazy evil like I’ve never seen in my life,” Fergason charges.
The report added, “Fergason told True North News, a Canadian independent news outlet, that he and his family all have other vaccines, but that they haven’t gotten the COVID shot out of safety concerns and don’t believe it should be given to children who don’t typically suffer from the disease. While the new policy doesn’t apply to their son at the moment, it will after his fifth birthday.”
The family now is searching for an alternate resident while their son continues treatments, which they hope will be finished this summer.
“No matter what people’s beliefs are, everyone donates to this place because everyone wants to save dying kids,” Fergason said. “If there was anything left to unite our country, this would have been it. And still, they find a way to segregate us and divide us even more.”
Complicating the issue is confirmation from Rochelle Walensky, of the American Centers for Disease Control, that the shots do not prevent transmission and spread of COVID, and a statement from the CEO of shot maker Pfizer that two doses of his company product actually gives “very limited protection.”
True North explained the family is from Kelowna, and they are in Vancouver temporarily.
He explained to the publication, “Our kid’s been doing really good. God’s been doing miracles for our kid. His hair was supposed to fall out 2 months ago, and it never did. He’s got lots of energy, he’s super positive. Everything was going great.”
On the problem he’s facing, he said, “I felt like God was in my heart telling me, you have to address this as a man, you have to expose this for what it is. There’s no way they can just do that. It’s evil.”
He told the staff his family is not “anti-vaxxer” and has other shots, but decided against the COVID shots because of the safety questions that remain.
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