Fort Bend County HHS Officials Try to Solicit Unaccompanied Minors to Receive COVID Vaccine

Jan Schiff Elementary School - Houston, TX

Jan Schiff Elementary School - Houston, TX

On December 15, Fort Bend County’s Health & Human Services department commanded a COVID-19 vaccine clinic inside of Jan Schiff Elementary School. The event was permitted and advertised to take place between 4:30 and 7:30 p.m., after school hours.

The reality of this elementary school “COVID Clinic” shocked Jan Schiff Elementary parents.

At 3:30 p.m., merely five minutes after the school bell rang, and a full hour before the permitted event, county representatives seemed to have been soliciting children to get COVID vaccinations without the presence, and in some cases consent, of their parents and guardians.

This technique appears to have been predatory. Jan Schiff Elementary children, who were waiting in a hallway to board the bus, were lined up and individually and repeatedly questioned by county officials about getting the vaccine.

Weston Martinez, former School Board President, Real Estate Commissioner and U.S. Secretary, who adamantly defends Texan rights, has communicated with the first of what he believes to be many parents and children who were preyed upon.

This young student and parent, whose identities will be kept anonymous, shared with Martinez their account of the horrors of the COVID Clinic.

As this child stood in line to get on the bus, a Fort Bend County Health & Human Services official approached them.

“Are you here to get your COVID shot?”

“No ma’am, I’m not here to get my shot.”

“Are you sure?”

“Yes ma’am, I’m sure.”

This process was repeated on every single child. As the child moved forward in the line, they faced a curtained-off area, with another eager official.

“This is where you’re going to get your COVID shot!

“No ma’am, I’m not going to get my shot.”

“Oh, are you sure?”

Martinez expressed his outrage toward this county-sanctioned event, noting the psychological intimidation tactics used on the student. “They tried to overcome their objection by using an ‘assume the sale,’ hard close on a child.”

Another concerned parent reveals to us that students may have been groomed to believe that this vaccine was mandatory. Her child’s teacher stood up in front of the classroom, stating that “Fort Bend ISD is going to be mandating flu and COVID vaccines so that we can all be healthy, happy Schiff Sharks.”

Jan Schiff Elementary Sharks LogoThis Jan Schiff Elementary School “COVID Clinic” was the first of two scheduled events. The second event, during which students will be persuaded to get the second vaccine dose, will take place on January 5, 2022.

“I think that we’re on the cusp of a medical 9/11,” Martinez cautions Fort Bend County residents. “Unsuspecting children were just going about their day on a fall afternoon, when they were put into a ‘kill-box,’ where they can be systematically approached, solicited and quasi taunted into getting the COVID vaccine shot.”

At a press conference early next week, Martinez and his team will be releasing more information about this incident. He revealed that he intends to contact Jan Schiff Elementary school officials immediately and advise them to secure all video footage of the COVID Clinic, along with all sign-in documents and other information requests. This evidence will be sent to Fort Bend County and Fort Bend ISD.

Martinez urges other parents at Jan Schiff Elementary to reach out to him so that they can join in action to defend Fort Bend County children. He assures parents that he will do everything possible to ensure their anonymity if needed.

In a final note, Katy Christian Magazine implores readers to pay attention to the rapid changes in our environment. How is it that county officials were able to enter this elementary school moments after classes were dismissed, and without a parent present, permitted to use persuasive, intimidating tactics on young children? Is this a single “runaway school,” or a wide scale, organized and calculated intrusion?

This is a developing story. Please visit our website frequently for crucial updates.

Solicited families should contact Weston Martinez for assistance.

POC Honorable, Mr. Weston Martinez

Arbitrator/Mediator

Former School Board President

Former Texas Real Estate Commissioner

Parental Constitutional Rights advocate

Telephone: 210.215.8785

Email: westoncmartinez@gmail.com

Social media Twitter and www.enas.life

@westonmartinez

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Hannah Menslage

Hannah Menslage is the assistant publisher and editor of Katy and Fort Bend Christian Magazines. She also writes a lifestyle column and manages the social media accounts for these publications. Hannah is a journalism/communications student in the Valenti school at the University of Houston. In her free time, Hannah enjoys gardening, cooking and baking, hanging out with her dog and cat, writing and completing fun DIY projects. Contact her with any questions at hannah@katychristianmagazine.com.