Maybe the title would be better if I changed it to "Debunked: Court Takes Child From Mother Simply Because She Mentions Chemtrails At School", but then that's not the title of the article being debunked, just essentially what the article is claiming.
Again, with more knowledge of the case this makes more sense.Having said that let me point out two details of interest. She mentions that she lost child support payments. So she did have custody and then lost it later on. This makes the situation more dramatic but custody cases can take a while and be dealt with in stages. Perhaps she had interm custody but lost the final decision. Perhaps the father accepted the arrangement at first but then applied to change it.
I think it goes beyond click-bait, it's more like rabble-rousing.I think you're right, deride, on the click-bait point in general, but I also think that the "chemtrailers"
have a specific interest in peddling this dubious narrative as a "We're being persecuted!" tale.
Which probably makes sense: they're losing the battle to convince people that their unconventional
science is true, so why not try to shift everyone's attention to something else, like politics?
(Note that narcosys tried to cast it as "the left" being unfair to the right...)
It is a slippery slope to deem parents unfit solely based on their beliefs, especially if they happen to be against mainstream.
Not all conspiracy theorists are not falling for this one:
The video basically repeats the same information in the OP here, and reaches a similar conclusion.