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February 03, 2022

No Shot, No Kids?

When it comes to the coronavirus vaccine, political affiliation plays a significant role in public opinion.

One remarkable example: Nearly a third of Democrats believe unvaccinated parents should lose custody of their children.

As reported by The Daily Signal, Rasmussen Reports and the Heartland Institute uncovered these facts following a recent poll:

• 48% percent of Democratic voters said the government should be able to fine or imprison those who publicly question the COVID-19 vaccine's efficacy.
• 59% of Democrats favored a policy requiring unvaccinated people to stay inside their homes at all times, except for emergencies.
• 45 percent of Democratic respondents said the government should have the power to force people into "designated facilities" until they get the vaccine.
• 29 percent of Democratic voters said the government should take people's children from them if they refuse to get the COVID-19 vaccine.


Our public officials are supposed to represent every citizen, but they often focus only on carrying out the will of those who put them in power. With that in mind, who will you vote for this November?

 

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