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NYPD Escort 9-Year-Old From Natural History Museum Over Vaccine Card, Five Anti-Mandate Protestors Arrested

Videos of girl being brought to a police car were posted on Twitter


Videos of New York City Police escorting a nine-year-old girl from the Museum of NAtural history made waves on Twitter on Friday.

On-lookers told the two officers “You are traumatizing this child” as they lead her down the museum steps.

The child allegedly was denied entry to the museum because she did not have a vaccination card.

The girl, dressed in a winter coat and a white hat, looked distressed and was helped into the back of a squad car. 

“Where are you taking her?” called one woman, who filmed the police on her cell phone.

“Just because she refused to show her papers… of her experimental gene therapy,” said the man recording.

Other footage shows five protestors who oppose the vaccination mandate being escorted down the museum’s steps in handcuffs by officers. They had been arrested inside the museum.

“This is your fight, NYPD,” yelled a man watching the crowd. The officer did not respond.

The videos, which appear to have been captured on Jan. 19, were widely denounced on Twitter.

According to Oliya Scootercaster, a freelance journalist, the child’s mother was among those arrested for protesting the mandate at the museum.

Scootercaster also reported that the museum has closed its front entrance hours after the protestors were arrested.

The child’s identity remains unknown. She was referred to as Jayla in a post sharing footage of her reunion with her family on Jan. 20.

The Museum of Natural history made headlines this week after removing the statue of President Theodore Roosevelt, which critics had claimed depicted a “racial hierarchy.”

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6 responses to “NYPD Escort 9-Year-Old From Natural History Museum Over Vaccine Card, Five Anti-Mandate Protestors Arrested”

  1. ColonelLingus says:

    …so NYCPD are grabbing children with no communication with the parents as far as we know…?
    Without custodial transparency of people ESPECIALLY MINORS AND THE CHAIN OF CUSTODY FOR THEM, the NYCPD are rapidly evolving to become the Red Guard of China, Blue Shirts of Taiwan, the White Hand of El Salvador and Nazi Party Brown Shirts of Kristallnacht. …bitter grapes, teeth set on edge and all that…

  2. Foxy says:

    When a 9 year old has more guts than 99% of adults… she’s fighting for her generation and her children’s.

  3. HerrDoktor says:

    I gotta be honest here. If I was a cop, and was dumb enough to stay in New York City despite my oath to uphold the Constitution, I’d much rather be arresting 9-year-olds than facing off against cop killers.

  4. mountainsavage726 says:

    Removal of Teddy Roosevelt from the natural history museum is like taking the colonel from KFC.

  5. pandusa says:

    It is now time for another episode of Cult or Conspiracy Theory.

    Does anyone else, think it odd that a man died in Minneapolis and in NYC : all hell broke loose, riots, statues were toppled and streets were painted ? But now, NYC residents are allowing their freedom to be restricted or taken away, their children treated like this and now…crickets. ( I have seen a couple but not major protest.) Please advise.

  6. JeffersonsRepublic says:

    https://history.stanford.edu/people/kathryn-meyer-olivarius

    Class warfare. In the 18th century, New Orleans created classes of people based on yellow fever. There were elite acclimated whites, every day acclimated whites, unacclimated everyday whites, acclimated black people, and lowest on the totem pole was unacclimated blacks. Black people have come so far in this country that elitists like Joy Reid, Don Lemon and Whoopi Goldberg get to behave like 18th century New Orleans segregationists everyday while complaining about the 1960s. This isn’t about left versus right or black versus right as it is the elitists manipulating the system for their benefit at the expense of the 99%s freedom, rights, and dignity.

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