State Refuses To Let Parents Get Treatment: Baby Alfie’s Dad Giving Him Mouth-To-Mouth To ‘Keep Him Alive’

Italy has even threatened them with a murder charge to try to save Alfie. But they don’t care.

This judge effectively sentenced baby Alfie to death, yet again… It appears that parental rights, along with free speech, have been taken away from the public and given to faceless bureaucrats.

Pay attention America! This is what we have to look forward to if the Democrats get their “single-payer” government free healthcare

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The horror out of the U.K. concerning sick 23-month-old baby Alfie Evans continues. Earlier on Tuesday, Alfie was effectively sentenced to death yet again by the U.K. court system after a judge denied the the parents’ request to travel to Italy to seek further treatment.

Now, with the child off of life-support since Monday evening and battling for his life, the baby’s parents have been forced to give Alfie mouth-to-mouth while sitting in a hospital.

“Evans’ parents are giving him mouth-to-mouth resuscitation in a desperate bid to keep him alive after a court ruled he cannot be flown to Italy for treatment,” reported The Sun on Tuesday evening. “Tom Evans tonight said he and Alfie’s mum Kate are trying to help Alfie’s breathing after ‘his lips turned blue.’” More

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