"Our investigation has found that thousands of adolescents, children, and adults have been hospitalized for psychiatric treatment they didn't need; that hospitals hire bounty hunters to kidnap patients with mental health insurance; that patients are kept against their will until their insurance benefits run out; that psychiatrists are being pressured by the hospitals to increase profit; that hospitals 'infiltrate' schools by paying kickbacks to school counselors who deliver students; that bonuses are paid to hospital employees, including psychiatrists, for keeping the hospital beds filled; and that military dependents are being targeted for their generous mental health benefits. I could go on, but you get the picture." —U.S. Representative Patricia Schroeder, 1992 Senate hearing. By Lynn Payer, Disease- Mongers: How Doctors, Drug Companies, and Insurers Are Making You Feel Sick

Kalee Featherwise
A baby boy born at 31 weeks in New London, Connecticut is spending time in the NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit). The parents are maskless and are regularly tested for covid-19.

The father tested positive and the mother tested negative.

The mother is denied access to her baby for 10 days, during a critical period of the newborn's life.

The baby is currently fed through a feeding tube. They will be initiating bottle feeds during this 10-day period, despite the mother's plans to breastfeed her child.

And though they deem mom too high of a risk to be around baby, they will continue to give baby the mom's pumped breast milk, giving the baby actual fluids from the mother while denying her the ability to hold her baby's hand.

At We The Patriots USA, Inc., we do NOT condone Medical Kidnapping. We believe every parent has the right to sit by their child's bedside. This premature baby needs advanced treatment only available in an Intensive Care Unit. This baby should not be denied the critical bonding time with his parent.

Accommodations must be made to bring baby and mom back together!

Calling all WTP USA friends from Connecticut and nearby states.
Let's join together and let our voices be heard.
Let's stand for Parental Rights.
Let's peacefully protest.

Thursday, February 17, 2022, at 10am.
Bring signs. Bring noise. Bring people.


IMPORTANT: Please remember to stand on public sidewalks only, and do not block any access routes into or out of the hospital.