The Centner Academy — a private school in Miami — has caused a lot of pearl clutching in South Florida after they announced that they will not allow teachers to work there if they have received a COVID-19 vaccine:
The Centner Academy in Miami sent an email to teachers and staff that read in part, “It is our policy, to the extent possible, not to employ anyone who has taken the experimental COVID-19 injection until further information is known.”
The email reportedly spread misinformation about the potential risks of the vaccine without citing any scientific evidence.
The email further stated, “We know not everyone agrees on this topic, but this is our philosophy at Centner Academy, one in which many of our teachers and parents share.”
The co-founder of the academy Leila Centner sent a text message to staffers that read, Please remember, this shot is an experimental drug and you are part of the experiment which I am fine with. The problem that I have is I do not want to be part of the experiment.”
7News spoke with Joshua Hills, a parent who has children that attend the school and who also works for the school.
Hills said staff members who were vaccinated on or before April 21 are OK to continue working at the academy.
Those who were vaccinated after April 21 however, are asked to not return to the campus.
“We’re asking them not to come back to school only because we don’t know what the side effects could be and how it could affect our student body and our population,” he said. “Because there’s so many unknowns and there’s been new information daily that’s kind of coming up that shows adverse effects and, we again, just want to err on the side of caution.”
The United Teachers of Dade Union responded to reports of the email in a statement to 7News.
“These schools not only teach misinformation and peddle propaganda, they punish teachers who try to protect themselves and their families. We are horrified by the unsafe conditions and labor violations that colleagues at schools such as this one have to endure,” said UTD President Karla Hernandez Mats.
The academy’s website states they choose to be a school free of mandating any vaccines.
Another text from Centner reads in part, “I beg anyone who is thinking to get the shot to hold off.”
None of the COVID so-called “vaccines” are FDA-approved — and anyone who takes the “vaccine” is voluntarily taking part in a medical experiment whose outcome is unknown.
Warning people that these “vaccines” are not FDA-approved — and that they are volunteering to be medical guinea pigs — is not “misinformation” — and it’s dangerous not to inform them of this fact.
If thousands of vaccinated people have died — and hundreds of thousands have had serious side effects — then the “vaccines” are “dangerous” to any reasonable person.
Information has been coming out that vaccinated people may, in fact, pose a threat to the health of the unvaccinated — and this is not some wild “conspiracy theory” — after all, previously approved vaccines — such as for chicken pox and measles — pose a threat to the unvaccinated through shedding.
Since these mRNA COVID “vaccines” have never been used before on human beings, it is not unreasonable for Centner Adacemy to want to err on the side of caution — and not expose unvaccinated children to potential catastrophic side effects from being exposed to someone who has been vaccinated with an experimental “vaccine” with unknown long-term side effects — such as Mad Cow Disease.