Decency Prevails: Make-A-Wish Foundation Rescinds Mask Requirement for Children

Well, this morning’s post aged poorly, but thankfully so:  The Make-A-Wish Foundation has reversed their decision to require terminally ill children and their families to be fully vaccinated in order to received their wishes.

You can read the full statement and a three-point summary here.  Here is the second bullet point from the summary:

We understand that there are many families whose children aren’t eligible for the vaccine yet, and we also know that there are families who are choosing not to get the vaccine. We respect everyone’s freedom of choice. Make-A-Wish will not require anyone to get vaccinated to get a wish.

The line about respecting “everyone’s freedom of choice” is key:  the organization received enough blowback that they’ve reversed their rhetoric from that of the “vaccinate-or-be-a-second-class-citizen” COVID Cult crowd to “you can make your own decisions about your healthcare.”  That’s a big shift, and demonstrates the power of speaking out against further Virus-related insanity.

Kudos to The Make-A-Wish Foundation for doing the right thing.

—TPP

5 thoughts on “Decency Prevails: Make-A-Wish Foundation Rescinds Mask Requirement for Children

  1. The blowback was fast and hard, and that matters. I also wonder maybe if they also found out that much of their operating budget comes from conservatives, whom all surveys show to be much more charitable. It would be interesting to see their email. I suspect “Get woke-go broke” had real meaning to them.

    But that’s OK, everybody screws up, and hopefully, some others will learn the lesson as well.

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