Michigan Mom Faces Jail for Refusing to Vaccinate Child

‘I would rather sit behind bars for standing up for what I believe in’

But Bredow says she won’t compromise when it comes to her son’s health, and won’t be bullied into submission.

“I would rather sit behind bars standing up for what I believe in, than giving in to something I strongly don’t believe in,” Bredow told WXYZ.

After agreeing with her ex-husband to space out and delay their son’s vaccine regimen, Bredow learned about the potential for adverse reactions, and concluded Michigan’s vaccine waiver medical exemption was the best course for her child.

“It wasn’t until they started grouping them together that I backed off of doing vaccines,” Bredow said.

“God forbid if he were to be injured by a vaccine,” she added to ABC News. “I would have to take care of him.”

Now legal documents reportedly show the court sided with her ex-husband, who is demanding the child be vaccinated.

“I feel angry. I feel backed into a corner. I feel like my rights  as a parent have been taken away,” Bredow says.

“Why automatically side with the father that wants the vaccines? What about my choice as a mother?”

“Now I have four-and-a-half business days… to fully vaccinate, they want me to bring him up to the fullest extent medically allowed, which would be up to eight vaccines, in one dose,” Bredow told ABC. “And this is supposed to be done before 9 a.m. on Wednesday.”

Bredow has expressed vaccinating her son is a personal choice, and says she’s not “anti-vax.”

“I choose not to vaccinate, but that’s my choice,” she said. “I’m not against vaccines, it’s everybody’s personal choice.”

The court has not yet determined how long Bredow, the child’s primary caregiver, would spend in jail.

2 responses to “

  1. Can they really put people in jail if not vaccinating their kids? It used to be, at least in the states with which I was familiar, that the children without vaccinations could not attend public school. So many parents home-schooled. It seems a bit extreme to make a crime out of a personal decision like this, unless they state has defined non-vaccinating as abuse. Which of course, would be the opposite. It makes no sense that parents should be forced to vaccinate, when the only children who should get sick are the ones without the vaccinations, if the vaccines really work, that is. The vaccinated kids should be protected. I sense this whole scenario is a control issue on the school’s part.

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  2. They can and they probably will Cathy. It is all part of the Globalist plan for population control by so called “Soft Kill”.

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