(Ken Silva, Headline USA) Parents were recently notified by a major home-delivery pharmacy service that as of this week, they “will not be able to view, access or manage your child’s prescriptions after they turn 12 years old.”
“To allow minors to receive prescription medication for sensitive issues, without worrying about how their parents may react,” said the notification from CarolinaCARE, which is based in North Carolina but serves multiple states.
Though it doesn’t specifically mention it, the CarolinaCARE notification clearly paves the way for children between the ages of 12-17 to take puberty blockers and other such medications for the purpose of transitioning genders without their parents’ knowledge.
Even more radical, a new law in Washington allows children to show up at youth or homeless shelters to receive “gender-affirming care,” which includes the mutilation of body parts and prescription of life-altering medication.
Two non-profit groups sued Washington over that law in August.
“This statute allows shelters and homes to keep children at locations without their parents’ knowledge and refer those children for health interventions without their parents’ knowledge or approval,” said the lawsuit.
“It does not require children to be returned on any particular timetable or under any particular conditions.”
In a recent article for the Daily Wire, conservative commentator Candace Owens noted that the national push to block parental oversight of their child’s healthcare comes at a time when trust in the medical system is at a record low.
“Not everyone trusts their doctors quite like they did before. COVID led to the collapse of the medical mirage, so people have questions. And people want answers. We are prodding the narrative: What exactly are its intentions with our children? What is going on with the number of vaccines? What is going on with pharmaceutical care?” Owens said.
“Big Pharma is answering by passing legislation as to whether you should—or should not—have access to your children’s medical records, decisions, and medicines.”
Ken Silva is a staff writer at Headline USA. Follow him at twitter.com/jd_cashless.