Posted by Latest Headlines The Free Thought Project on November 13, 2017 3:20 pm

WATCH: Cops Threaten Mom at Child’s Bus Stop to Make Sure She’d Vaccinated Her Son

A particularly disturbing video was submitted to the Free Thought Project this week showing the Orwellian implications of state-mandated vaccination laws. Porsha Rasheed was simply walking her six-year-old son to the bus stop last week when she was approached by a Claremont police officer and a representative of the school district and harassed in an attempt to find out the vaccination status of her child.

Rasheed, who appears to be well-informed of her rights, did the right thing and filmed the interaction and also refused to answer their questions. However, it does not take away from the sheer ominous nature of this type of activity.

On June 30, 2015, California governor Jerry Brown signed SB 277 effectively stripping the personal and religious belief exemptions for parents who choose not to vaccinate their children. The law went into effect in 2016 and required that all children entering daycare, kindergarten, or 7th grade to be vaccinated unless they have a medical exemption.

Now, it appears that the enforcers of this recently enacted law are going to extreme lengths to do their job of forcing compliance—up to and including staking out parents as they drop their kids off at the bus stop.

In true Stasi-esque fashion, the officer and the school official approached Rasheed and demanded she show them her papers.

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“I just want to know do you have the vaccine records or not?” said Philipe Levasen.

Rasheed then demands to know who is asking her these questions and the man responds that he is Philipe Levasen.

“What is your position that you need to know this?” asks Rasheed.

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