Authorities are beginning to find reports of children committing suicide as a result of being bullied because they have not been vaccinated.
A lawsuit says that a 15-year-old boy from the Chicago area who was targeted by a false rumor that he was unvaccinated was bullied relentlessly until he took his own life this year.
According to the New York Post, a lawsuit alleges that the administration of the expensive private college pre-school, Latin School of Chicago, committed “willful failure” to stop the bullying.
The Cook County filing named the school, several employees and parents of the alleged bullies as defendants. The late teen, identified as N.B. in the suit, transferred to the school due to its in-person learning during the coronavirus pandemic, the complaint states.
A student whose parents are named in the lawsuit then started spreading a rumor that the 10th-grader, Nate Bronstein, was unvaccinated, according to the lawsuit.
Nate actually had been vaccinated, the lawsuit claims, but he was still harassed on a regular basis due to his perceived status. The boy’s parents, Robert and Rosellene Bronstein, even reached out to the other student’s family about the constant badgering, the suit claims.
Regardless, the bullying continued, in class, after school, and online.
The suit adds that kids began telling Nate to kill himself. Eventually, the teen succumbed to the pressure.
The school ridiculously claimed it didn’t know about any of the bullying, a claim that is hard to believe.
Whatever the merits of the family’s accusations against the school, what we are seeing is the hate coming from the left over their COVID mania.children Commentary coronavirus COVID vaccines