As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to wind down, we are still facing the fallout from Covid-19 lockdowns and vaccine mandates. During lockdowns, suicide and drug overdose rates skyrocketed. Even if people walk back their support for lockdowns, the lives lost as a result of them will not come back.
Liberal politicians and media demonized the unvaccinated, setting the tone for how their followers would treat them. Biden famously said that there would be a ‘winter of death’ for the unvaccinated in 2021. This is borderline genocidal language.
In Chicago, hateful rhetoric against the unvaccinated led one teenager to take their own life. Teachers and students relentlessly bullied him due to rumors about his vaccination status, including a teacher telling him he was ‘going nowhere in life’ and students telling him that he should kill himself.
The Epoch Times Reports–
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“A student at the school, whose parents are named in the suit, spread a false rumor that the boy was unvaccinated, the suit alleges. Though he was vaccinated, the boy was harassed about his perceived vaccination status,” the lawsuit said.
After Bronstein’s parents tried to communicate with the alleged bully’s parents, the harassment escalated, according to the filing. They in the suit that their son was, in fact, vaccinated for COVID-19 but was targeted on a regular basis because of his perceived status.
Meanwhile, they alleged that a teacher told Bronstein at one point that he was going “nowhere in life” due to his perceived status, according to the suit. The teen was also allegedly bullied via Snapchat, where another classmate demanded that he commit suicide, the lawsuit stated.
Their complaint also accused teachers, counselors, and administrators of ignoring the parents’ pleas and wouldn’t investigate complaints made by the boy. In November and October of last year, the parents attempted to communicate with the school more than 30 times, the suit said, adding that no students who were involved in the alleged bullying were disciplined.”