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(Natural News) A divorce court judge last month ordered a Texas man and his ex to get a coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine.
The divorce docket dated May 10 gave this order: “Both parents are to get vaccinated for COVID by end of this week.” District Judge Travis Kitchens made the handwritten vaccine order, according to the Trinity County clerk’s office.
“He pretty much told me and her both that we were to get a COVID vaccination,” said Chris Staley. “I shook my head, and he said, ‘I see that Mr. Staley doesn’t agree with this.’”
Vaccine listed as requirement for Staley to have visitation with kids
The vaccine was listed as a requirement by the judge in order for Staley to have visitation with his kids, according to Trinity County court records.
“I didn’t agree with it myself, and he pretty much told me that I guess I didn’t want to see my kids,” said Staley.
Staley lives in Cleveland, Texas, but has been going through a divorce via Zoom in Trinity County where his ex lives with their four kids.
“I just feel like my civil rights were kind of violated there, whenever a judge is ordering me to take a vaccination, like I said, that’s not FDA-approved, and they really have no idea what the side effects could be down the road, you know – what it could do to me in a year or five years,” said Staley.