WeLoveTrump.com may receive compensation from affiliate partners for some links on the site. Read our full Disclosure here.

University of California-Berkeley Students Imprisoned Inside Their Dorms For Their “Health”


2,499 views

THIS ARTICLE STOLEN FROM WELOVETRUMP.COM. Your IP address has been recorded and a DMCA claim has been filed based on your actions. You should immediately cease and desist copying articles from WeLoveTrump.com

Students at the University of California-Berkeley have watched their university turn into a prison thanks to tyrannical lockdowns.

Quarantine measures enforced by university officials forbid students from leaving campus and they must remain in their tiny dormitories.

Only during emergencies and to pick up food from a kiosk are when students can leave their dorm.

What about solo exercise in the sunny outdoors?

Nope.

How about shopping for their own food?

Nope.

These students (and their parents) are literally paying thousands of dollars to be placed into prison.

Talk about a scam.

So I take back what I stated above.

These California students aren’t being treated like prisoners.

They’re being treated WORSE than prisoners.

All for a virus that college-aged adults will survive greater than 99.999% of the time.

California-Berkeley isn’t alone in this madness.

Other universities have gone off the rails treating their students as guinea pigs in their Orwellian lockdown experiments.

Here’s one image that really made my skin crawl:

Pure idiocy and deranged treatment of student-athletes.

That’s bacterial pneumonia waiting to happen from breathing that sweaty face diaper for hours.

Other neurotic rules imposed by California-Berkeley include not using a communal bathroom when anyone else is inside.

And if any house arrest rules are broken?

Barred from residential housing and suspended from campus.

That sounds like a much better alternative if you ask me.

Campus Reform had the scoop about the prisoners…….. I mean students:

The University of California-Berkeley imposed a “self-sequester” period through February 15 for all on-campus residents and is not allowing them to go to the store or even exercise outside alone.

The strict quarantine measures, announced February 1 by university officials, limit students who live on-campus from leaving campus unless it’s an emergency, and require students to stay in their dorm room “as much as possible.”

“You are required to remain in your room as much as possible and wear a face covering while in all common areas, including bathrooms (unless brushing your teeth, washing your face, showering, etc.),” the announcement states.

The email states that students are allowed to leave their dorm in limited circumstances, such as “testing requirements, in case of emergency, and to obtain food.”

A follow-up announcement released February 8 clarified some of the requirements, and stated that students would only be allowed to pick up food at a kiosk that is located outside of their dorm hall. After students pick up their food, they are to “return immediately to [their] room.”

The second announcement states that students are “NOT” allowed to “leave [their] room for solo outdoor exercise.”

BOOKMARK IT: Check Out My New Site, NoahReport.com!

For students who want to use the communal restrooms in their residence hall, they can only do so when their is no one else in the restroom.

“You may only use the restroom when it is not occupied by another resident. Please try to determine whether or not someone is already in the restroom before you use it. This will help us reduce virus transmission,” the announcement states.

Students who violate the “sequestering” requirements could be subject to “serious residential conduct sanctions” such as “disqualified from housing and suspended from the University,” according to the announcement.

Students are encouraged to report violations of the guidelines by other students.

Megan Wang, a sophomore at UC-Berkeley, told Campus Reform “in a way, the students who went back to campus are [being] put under house arrest.”

“A lot more people got tested this week, and the number of cases declined, yet the school still decided to delay in-person activities… It sort of seems like the school officials don’t have a clear set of guidelines to determine when the facilities should be reopened.”



Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!
Thanks for sharing!
Send this to a friend