A popular charity for sick children has done an about-face after its CEO’s message about granting the wishes of only vaccinated kids was met with outrage, according to LifeSiteNews:
The Make-A-Wish Foundation of America told the U.K.’s Daily Mail last night that it was still willing to fulfill the wishes of unvaccinated “Wish kids,” even when they involve air travel in the United States.
“We understand that there are many families whose children aren’t eligible for the vaccine yet, and we also know that there are families who aren’t ready to get the vaccine,” the organization also told the British paper.
“We respect everyone’s freedom of choice. Make-A-Wish will not require anyone to get vaccinated to receive a wish,” the spokesperson continued.
“We will continue to grant wishes for all eligible children, including children who have not been vaccinated.”
This seemed to contradict a statement made Thursday by the president and CEO of the children’s charity. Richard Davies stated on video that all “Wish kids” and their siblings would have to be vaccinated in order to be granted a wish involving air travel within the United States and its territories or to go to a large gathering.
“I’m excited to share that the Make-A-Wish Foundation will resume granting air travel wishes within the United States and its territories, as well as granting wishes involving large gatherings, for vaccinated wish families, as soon as September 15 of 2021,” Davies said.
“All Wish participants, including your Wish kid and any siblings, will have to be two weeks past completion of either a one-dose or a two-dose vaccine,” he continued.
Davies’ “step forward” sparked rage among social media users, who accused Make-A-Wish of discriminating against unvaccinated children. Several pointed out that COVID-19 vaccinations are neither authorized nor advised for children under 12. Others noted that some children – particularly those undergoing chemotherapy, which significantly weakens the immune system – have medical conditions that make them ineligible for the experimental medicine.
Music video director Robby Starbuck offered to help families rejected by the charity.
“The Make a Wish Foundation is going to discriminate against unvaccinated dying kids,” Starbuck tweeted. “Any families they won’t help, DM me and we’ll try to make your kid’s wish come true.”
“What about the kids who cannot be vaccinated due to medical conditions?” asked Summer Kloos. “Like a lot of Make-a-Wish kids? Doesn’t that segregate against those innocent children?”
Yvonne S. Matthews was among those who said they would stop supporting the organization. “@MakeAWish, you are all insane and should be ashamed. What a terrible and horrible decision to make on parents and children who are already suffering,” she tweeted. “Our employer matches our donations, but we will no longer fund your organization.”
According to the Daily Mail, the Make-A-Wish Foundation spokesperson it consulted said that the angry comments on social media stem from a misinterpretation of its vaccination policy and asserted that “no child will be turned away.”
Why would a private charity insist on vaccination for severely ill and immune-compromised children — when the CDC itself and the World Health Organization do not recommend it at this point?
Does the Make-A-Wish foundation screen children for other childhood vaccinations, such as MMR, DPT, and Polio? Of course not, so why insist on making kids submit to COVID “vaccines”?
Many of these children with terminal illness such as cancer got these diseases from being vaccinated as children — in fact, childhood cancer is virtually non-existent in unvaccinated children.
And forcing these terminally ill children to receive the deadly COVID “vaccine” will be tantamount to euthanizing many of them.
Many of these children will demand that they receive the “vaccine” just so they can have their “make-a-wish” dream come true — and from their perspective, what do they have to lose?
If Make-A-Wish thinks this vaccine policy has been a public relations disaster so far, just wait until some kids get the vaccine and die from it before they even get their wish to come true.