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Despite children facing a near zero chance of dying from COVID-19, the FDA jumped on board and quickly approved Pfizer's mRNA vaccine for children ages 5-11 last year. Governments across the country then began requiring children to get the jab to go to school as researchers began to see an increase in myocarditis.

Since the vaccine was approved in December 2020, there has been a record number of adverse reactions reported to the CDC and many of them include children. After seeing the increase in adverse reactions, parents of healthy children began to become skeptical of giving their children the jab. But the multi-billion dollar propaganda campaign had already been waged — turning many Americans into rabid pro-vaxxers who wished death and harm on anyone who would dare question their prophets from the book of Big Pharma.

Social media influencers were brought to the White House to convince people to get jabbed. The president himself chastised "anti-vaxxers" wishing them a "winter of severe illness and death," and Big Pharma propaganda had convinced kids they were "super heroes" for getting the shot.

Those locked into the mass formation psychosis had been put under the spell and companies — with criminally sinister track records — became their new god. Those who didn't embrace this dogma with all their faith became the enemy — including children.

A tragic case has surfaced out of Chicago this week, highlighting the worst possible scenario of the corporate government's divisive propaganda that stoked hatred and fear toward vaccine skeptics. According to a lawsuit filed by Robert and Rosellene Bronstein this week, their 15-year-old son was bullied to suicide by teachers and fellow students for not having taken the covid vaccination.

The Bronsteins are not "antivax" and their son Nate was fully vaccinated against covid but once the vicious rumor took hold that Nate was part of the dirty unvaccinated class, a cruel war was waged by the indoctrinated masses.

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According to the lawsuit, Nate was “tormented on a regular basis” by other children at the $40,000 per year Latin School of Chicago who claimed that the boy hadn’t been vaccinated against COVID.

Despite more than 30 complaints from Nate's parents, according to the lawsuit, the school did nothing to stop bullying.

The Chicago Tribune reports:

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 suit says. The Bronsteins reached out to the student’s family about the alleged harassment, according to the suit.

The bullying escalated from there, according to the lawsuit. He was told by a teacher in front of a class that he was going “nowhere in life,” the suit alleges, and was cyberbullied in a group text message thread by members of the junior varsity basketball team and on the social media app Snapchat. A Snapchat message circulated around the school said of the boy: “Ur a terrible person.”

On Dec. 13, a student sent a Snapchat message to the boy encouraging him to kill himself, the suit alleges.

Likely due to the fact that they believed the rumor too, when Nate reported the students to school staff, they did nothing to stop it. After all, even the teachers were bullying him for it. Despite having anti-bullying policies and a stated “zero tolerance” policy for hate speech, school administrators turned a “blind eye” to the “increasingly desperate” pleas for help from the Bronstein family, according to the complaint.

Upon news of the lawsuit and in spite of the paper trail of complaints, the school refused to acknowledge their role in the child's death and promised to “vigorously defend itself” from the Bronsteins lawsuit.

“The allegations of wrongdoing by the school officials are inaccurate and misplaced,” a statement from the school read. “The school’s faculty and staff are compassionate people who put students’ interests first, as they did in this instance.”

“My son was so alone,” Rosellene Bronstein, Nate's mother said in a news release. “Not only were the administrators who were supposed to protect him ignoring his cries for help, but they had the self-serving gall to try to protect their own reputations after his death rather than just having the decency of being honest with his grieving family. This is a legal and moral failure that has caused us indescribable pain and agony.”