Do you ever wake up and feel like you might be living in Communist China?

Do you find yourself watching or reading the news and waiting for someone to tell you they’re only kidding?

Unfortunately, since the election results were revealed in November 2020, a large number of Americans are beginning to get the sense they are living in an alternate reality, or in a country that no longer respects our rights or freedoms. This is certainly not the America that over 1.2 million brave men and women have died for.

On social media, people are posting images of friends, co-workers, family members, or neighbors who’ve died of COVID. But, instead of saying something kind about them or mentioning their accomplishments, they instead shame them for not getting the COVID shot.

Restaurant and business owners who’ve been bailed out by both vaccinated and unvaccinated taxpayers are attempting to shame non-vaccinated people at the doors to their establishment.

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Businesses and corporations beholden to their stockholders are making decisions about preventing non-vaccinated people, regardless of their contribution to the company, from entering their offices unless they are vaccinated.

An Illinois judge has taken the overreaching vaccine mandates to a new low, as he strips the parental rights of Rebecca Firlit, an Arizona mom who has joint custody of her 11-year-old son because she refuses to accept a COVID vaccination. According to Ms. Firlit, she has had adverse reactions to vaccinations before and is concerned about taking the vaccination in its early stages.

Fox News reports – Rebecca Firlit told FOX 32 Chicago that Cook County Judge James Shapiro revoked all of her parenting time with her son until she gets vaccinated.

“I miss my son more than anything. It’s been very difficult. I haven’t seen him since August 10th,” Firlit told the outlet.

A spokesperson for Shaprio told FOX 32 that the judge could not comment on the ruling due to the ongoing nature of the case.

Firlit, who has reportedly been divorced for seven years and shares custody of her son with her ex-husband, said she does not want to get the vaccine due to previous adverse reactions to vaccines, according to FOX 32.

Watch the Fox 32 Chicago report here:

Firlit’s attorney points out that the father is not the one asking for the mom to be vaccinated, that it’s the judge who has decided she must be vaccinated to see her son.  The attorney for the father says it’s HIS OPINION that the mom should be vaccinated “because kids have died.”

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