Did I miss something?
Does COVID-19 have the ability to travel though computer screens and infect people sitting at their keyboards?
That would be the smartest virus I’ve ever seen.
It appears that’s what Rutgers University thinks.
Because they banned a student from taking online courses for not receiving the experimental COVID-19 injection.
Let’s forget the fact that vaccinated individuals can also contract and spread the virus.
This psychotic university wants you to receive the injection while you’re taking classes by yourself in your underwear.
Even if you never step foot on campus, they’re coercing you to participate in this medical experiment.
The authoritarians will remove your education if you don’t bend the knee to their every medical demand.
Defunding these institutions and refusing to send our children is the only way to combat their wickedness.
— New York Post (@nypost) September 7, 2021
A student at Rutgers University was banned from taking online virtual classes because he’s unvaccinated, despite the fact that he was willing to stay off campus completely.https://t.co/ExZWKWj7ms
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) September 7, 2021
It’s never been about the science – it’s all about control. These fascists know no (and want to know no) limits on their bullshit.https://t.co/7TB4QWTi2g
— Adam Bohn (@BadtotheBohn) September 7, 2021
“I believe in science, I believe in vaccines, but I am highly confident that COVID-19 and variants do not travel through computer monitors by taking online classes,” Williams told https://t.co/fMeB2obPlP.https://t.co/PPmvTkKBfs
— Susie Olson-Corgan (@SusieFrmSeattle) September 7, 2021
If the students are remote why would they need to get vaccinated to attend class over zoom?https://t.co/roDCxPWP9o
— Nate The Lawyer (@NatetheLawyer) September 7, 2021
From the New York Post:
A New Jersey student has said he is barred from taking classes at Rutgers University because he has not been vaccinated — even though he is only studying virtually from home.
Logan Hollar, 22, told NJ.com that he largely ignored the school’s COVID mandate “because all my classes were remote” from his Sandyston home, some 70 miles from Rutgers’ campus in New Brunswick.
But he was locked out of his Rutgers email and related accounts when he went to pay his tuition at the end of last month — and was told that he needed to be vaccinated even though he has no plans to attend in person.
Hollar has now been forced to miss classes that started Sept. 1 — and has been warned it could be weeks before a decision is reached on his application for an exemption to the vaccine mandate, he said.
“I’ll probably have to transfer to a different university,” Hollar told NJ.com, saying he knows of at least one other student in the same position.
“I find it concerning for the vaccine to be pushed by the university rather than my doctor,” he told the outlet.
Summit News provided commentary:
A student at Rutgers University was banned from taking online virtual classes because he’s unvaccinated, despite the fact that he was willing to stay off campus completely.
After transferring to the university last year, psychology major Logan Hollar signed up for all online virtual classes for this school year.
Hollar explained why he chose not to take the coronavirus vaccine.
“I’m not in an at-risk age group. I’m healthy and I work out. I don’t find COVID to be scary,” said the 22-year-old. “If someone wants to be vaccinated, that’s fine with me, but I don’t think they should be pushed.”
However, when he went to pay for his online course late last month, Hollar discovered that he had been locked out of his Rutgers email and related accounts.
When the student asked campus authorities why he had been frozen out, he was told the vaccine was mandatory even for those taking virtual classes.
Apparently, COVID-19 is so potent that it can be transmitted over wi-fi.
Despite the university claiming it offered vaccine waivers and exemptions, Hollar’s attempts to secure one were unsuccessful.
Rutgers spokeswoman Dory Devlin emphasized that students need to comply with the vaccine mandate to take courses, commenting, “We continue to work with students who have not yet uploaded their documentation so they can gain access to university systems and classes.”
Hollar now says that he will probably have to transfer to a different university, having already missed several classes.
If you don’t think COVID-19 is transmissible through computer screens, you’re not following the science.
I would say society has reached peak levels of COVID stupidity.
But surely something else will top this insanity.