A couple weeks ago right here on the Stew Peters Show we covered a story out of Mississippi. Before Covid came along, Mississippi had some of the strictest vaccine laws in the country. You needed to receive a full battery of vaccines to enroll in public school, and there was no religious exemption.
A few weeks ago we interviewed MaryJo Perry, who was fighting to change that law, which they came close to doing, but the law was subverted in the legislature at the last minute.
But it won’t be surprising to learn that’s not the only bad health policy coming out of Mississippi.
Wendy Heineck’s husband is battling Stage 4 cancer right now. He’d have a much better shot right now, though, if not for policies enacted by the Mississippi Department of Health, which caused delays of almost two months to his treatment. Wendy has had to take her husband to multiple hospitals just to keep him alive. We’re talking multiple hospitalizations and eight-plus ER visits just to get enough blood into him to keep him alive.
Wendy says that her husband is on the brink of death because of all these Covid policies that are still in place and prevent effective treatment.
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