Parents in Charlotte may be surprised to learn they can receive a free McDonald’s certificate for purchases when their child is vaccinated. This gift certificate from McDonald’s is valued at $20.00, and is being offered throughout the United States.
The gift certificate from McDonald’s is being offered to parents by an insurance company in an attempt to increase vaccinations. Parents often have various reasons for not wanting their child to be vaccinated; not having money to go to McDonald’s is probably not one of the reasons.
Free gift certificates to other places were also included.
Some who do not agree with vaccines or fast foods may speculate that being offered an option of a free McDonald’s gift certificate is an insult. This is not to say parents agreeing to have a child vaccinated will consider McDonald’s the best place to eat. The entire matter may leave many wondering if this is a good idea for anyone.
The following information was taken from Naturalnews.com and shows other free gift certificates that were offered:
This has been revealed in a letter acquired by NaturalNews and signed by Stephanie Esters, a vaccine-pushing RN who works for UnitedHealthcare.
The letter declares “Get a FREE $20 McDonalds, Rite Aid, Target or Meijer Gift Card when your child gets recommended shots before their second birthday.”
Parents in the Charlotte area who are undecided about vaccines may want to speak with someone at the Mecklenburg Health Department about statistics and any dangers connected to vaccinations. Information regarding vaccine injuries can also be viewed online