Children’s cancer charity Ronald McDonald House is now kicking cancer-stricken children out into the streets if they haven’t been vaccinated for the coronavirus.
According to the Daily Mail, the Ronald McDonald House of British Columbia and Yukon has ruled that only vaccinated children and their families may use the charity’s life-saving services.
“These measures in addition to an abundance of sanitizer and kindness will help us ensure the safety of everyone at the house,” the charity said.
The group said that the mandate for vaxes will be required starting on Jan. 17. And after that, anyone already using the charity’s services will be turned out.
But parent Austin Furgason, who’s child is currently involved in the charity, is outraged that the RMH is going to throw him and his family out on the streets.
“Because we don’t have the vaccine, you’re going to throw us out in the snow with a few weeks’ notice,” Furgason said. “Like this is some kind of crazy evil like I have never seen in my life.”
“Your conscience is seared,” Furgason said in a recent video. “This is absolutely evil. … Don’t think you guys are just going to get away with this, because we’re going to fight this and expose this to people.”
The Ronald McDonald House in Canada will evict all tenants, adults and children over the age of five, who are not vaccinated by the end of January.
The father of a young boy with leukemia responds.
"This is some kind of crazy evil like I've never seen in my life." pic.twitter.com/MQaoegqSKo
— The Vigilant Fox (@VigilantFox) January 12, 2022
The Ronald McDonald House is trying to avoid responding to the issue, naturally.
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