Hersheypark Denies Entry to Heartbroken Autistic Boy for Not Being Able to Comply with Mask Mandate
A heartbroken autistic boy was driven to tears after he was denied entry to Hersheypark in Hershey, Pa. because he was not medically able to comply with mask mandates.
Pamela Heinbaugh told KDKA that her young son’s asthma and autism prevented him from being able to wear a mask while entering the park. The theme park denied him entry, crushed the poor kid’s spirit, and they stand by their decision to keep the kid out.
“Denied us entry into the park because my disabled child, which if you can’t tell this should give it away, can’t wear a mask,” said Pamela Heinbaugh in a video.
A complaint has been filed against the owner of theme parks in Kennywood, Sandcastle, and Idlewild after their autistic children were denied entry into the venues, as the mentally ill are stigmatized and punished due to COVID-19 mass hysteria.
#BREAKING: A local attorney just filed a complaint on behalf of 3 autistic children. Their parents say they cannot wear masks due to their diagnoses.
— MEGHAN SCHILLER (@MeghanKDKA) July 10, 2020
“Kennywood, Sandcastle, and Idlewild have adopted a corporate policy that requires all “guests” to wear masks in order to enter and stay inside the parks, with no exception for guests who cannot wear a mask for medical reasons and disabilities,” the complaint states.
The complaint alleges that the behavior of the theme parks is in violation of the Americans With Disability Act.
“Kennywood, Sandcastle, and Idlewild’s mask requirements are in direct contradiction to the order of the Pennsylvania Secretary of Health, Pennsylvania Department of Health guidelines, and the guidelines published by the United States Center for Disease Control,” the complaint claims.
Big League Politics has reported on how children have had their rights eliminated due to overreach related to nationwide quarantine policies:
Law enforcement rummaged through the home of a student after public school teachers saw a BB gun in the 11-year-old boy’s room during a session of virtual school.
Courtney Lancaster, a Navy veteran who served her country with four years of active duty, is a law-abiding gun enthusiast, and her son is a boy scout in the fifth grade.
“He’s just a very intellectual child, but he’s all boy as well. He loves to be outside and play and ride his bikes and that sort of thing,” Lancaster said to Project Baltimore.
Her son was given a BB gun so he could learn how to shoot as he works to become an eagle scout. She never imagined this would be a problem until police arrived at their house on June 1.
“I had no idea what to think. I’ve never been in any legal trouble whatsoever. I’ve never had any negative encounter with law enforcement,” said Lancaster. “I had no idea. I really didn’t know what to think.”
Lancaster was at home with her son during the time when they arrived.
“So, I answered the door. The police officer was, he was very nice. He explained to me that he was coming to address an issue with my son’s school,” Lancaster told Project Baltimore.
“And then explained to me that he was here to search for weapons, in my home. And I consented to let him in. And then I, unfortunately, stood there and watched police officers enter my 11-year-old son’s bedroom,” she added.
Lancaster was shocked to hear that this search was being conducted because someone in the public school system ratted on her son because the BB gun was displayed during a virtual school session.
Americans are being acclimated to accept conditions reminiscent of a third-world dictatorship. If they do not push back against this insanity, the Orwellian nightmare will be a permanent reality.