Parents are considering moving to other states or home schooling after their medical exemptions are revoked
Numerous parents and students in California are distressed due to school vaccine mandates and their inability to refuse the potentially dangerous shots.
Mary Kelly Sutton, MD is a doctor who like many others questioned the mandatory vaccination policies and was punished by state health authorities as a result.
Dr. Sutton has been providing medical care for 50 years but had her license revoked in California on Dec. 8, 2021, for signing about 1,000 medical exemptions.
She petitioned to reconsider, but her California license, where she had been practicing for 15 years was revoked again in March of the same year. Sutton is now appealing that decision to the Superior Court of Sacramento.
“Instead of the properly authorized state health agencies, school officers have started to revoke medical exemptions. Per families I know, if exemption revocations are issued by proper health agencies, appeals are denied without hearings and health issues are not reviewed. An appeal for a medical exemption can be denied electronically within two hours of being submitted,” Sutton told The Epoch Times.
“Some applied for new medical exemptions under the state exclusive CAIR system (California Immunization Registry) but their applications were denied. There is no way to tell how many children’s applications have been denied and the reasons for the denial since CAIR started on January 1, 2021 because the information is not made public,” she added.
“Most doctors in California feel they cannot freely and openly speak for their patients to get vaccine exemptions for fear of losing their medical license.”
As a result, parents who are in need of medical exemptions have nowhere to turn and the children lose the school and friends they have grown up with.
“The CDC has repeatedly refused to study the health of the vaccinated against the unvaccinated, which is exactly what parents see in their own families. Parents relate stories of systematized harassment as they seek to protect the health and lives of their children,” Sutton said.