Vaccinate, Or Lose Baby To The State
Wednesday, April 2, 2014
Apparently, the Dr’s in the state of Alabama believe they own your children, and that you don’t have the right to decide what you think maybe in the best interest for your baby. So much for Parental rights in a so- called Bible belt state.
Meet Aliea Bidwell and Ben Gray, they are the latest victims of the new hospital policy of using the power of the state to take your children if you dare to disagree with their medical procedures. On March 14,2014 Miss Bidwell gave birth to a perfectly healthy beautiful baby boy at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Birmingham, Alabama. It was truly a joyous occasion for the new mom,that is, until she told Dr. Bierd that she would not consent to the Hepatitis B shot, and that’s when all hell broke loose. After hearing Miss Bidwill say that she reduced to vaccinate her new baby boy, Dr. Bierd then proceeded to blackmail Miss Bidwell to vaccinate her new baby. She told baby Aaron’s family that if they did not allow her to give the hepatitis B vaccine, she would call security and DHR (Alabama’s Child Protective Services). The baby would be given the vaccine anyway, at 12 hours old, and then be taken into state custody.
Please call Dr Bierd at St Vincent’s Hospital to let them know how you feel about her tyrannical behavior
Aliea Bidwell and Ben Gray were as excited as any other couple when their baby boy was born. Vaccine blackmail was the furthest thought from their minds. But because a pediatrician on call didn’t like their decision to refuse a vaccine, she threatened to kidnap their newborn (through legal channels, of course), if they did not consent on day one to something they neither wanted nor felt was worth the risks. It was vaccine blackmail. They were given no choice.
Aliea and Ben are certainly not the first parents to refuse vaccines, and the hospital staff showed no indication of any problem with honoring their request, until Dr. Terry M. Bierd, MD, staff pediatrician at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Birmingham, came in. It was the hepatitis B vaccine that was the problem. She told baby Aaron’s family that if they did not allow her to give the hepatitis B vaccine, she would call security and DHR (Alabama’s Child Protective Services). The baby would be given the vaccine anyway, at 12 hours old, and then be taken into state custody.
Because it was a Friday evening, Dr. Bierd told Aliea and Ben that they would have to figure out how to get their baby back after the weekend. However, it is not illegal to refuse vaccines in Alabama, as well as most other states.