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Mother Frantically Searching For 7-Year-Old Daughter After Ex Admits Kidnapping Her Over COVID Vaccine

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A mother is searching for her 7-year-old daughter in Saskatchewan after her ex-husband admitting taking the little girl in order to prevent her from being vaccinated against COVID-19. Mariecar Jackson (pictured above) spoke to the media this week about the ordeal she’s been going through over the last two months after ex Michael Jackson allegedly took the former couple’s daughter from her in order to prevent the mother from inoculating the girl amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Related: This Mother Made Her Son Ride In The Trunk Of Her Car… To Avoid Contracting COVID?! The controversy first came to public light days ago, when Michael (pictured above, inset) appeared on Live With Laura-Lynn, a right-wing online show hosted by a Canadian woman named Laura-Lynn Tyler Thompson.

Wearing a dark beanie and sunglasses while speaking out on the video interview, Michael explained to the host that Mariecar had plans to vaccinate their daughter against the coronavirus, and “I couldn’t let that happen.” Fearing he would lose the ongoing custody battle and the vaccine disagreement following the family’s breakup, the man explained he took his daughter, who online reports claim is named Sarah, back in early November and fled the town of Carievale, Saskatchewan.

The two have been on the run ever since, and are apparently now staying at undisclosed locations trying to avoid his ex-wife and the vaccine.

Michael explained: Ugh… Sickeningly, the father apparently put his daughter on camera for the interview with Thompson, too. At one point during the video, according to the CBC, the little girl said this about the vaccine on the online show: There are no words.

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