Dictatorial clowns are running UCLA.
They’re coming for you next: Christian Walker, an online student who never comes on campus was threatened with expulsion by UCLA if he did not reveal whether he had gotten his COVID shots or not.
“You are calling to tell me you will drop my classes after we’ve already paid $70,000 for the year if I don’t upload something about my vaccine status when all of my classes are online,” Walker is heard saying in his video. A UCLA official responded, “Correct.” “Got it.” responded Walker.
“All of my classes are online. I don’t step onto campus. I’ve already paid. We’re a week into classes. My university just called to tell me they are dropping my classes if I don’t report to them about my vaccination.” Walker commented on Twitter.
You can listen to Walker’s recording of this conversation at the link.
UCLA quickly responded, claiming it had no intention of expelling Walker, only that he must sign a waiver stating he was ” informed of the risks of COVID-19 infection including long-term disability and death both for myself and others whom I may expose the disease.”
Yet, Walker was also contacted by the university’s health center, telling him that he faces disciplinary action and possibly other financial and consequences, apparently for the crime of telling this story publicly.
Nor does it appear that this insane policy is only limited to UCLA. This story is identical to the one I reported on November 5th of Logan Hollar at Rutgers, who also was a completely online student who was banned because he refused to get COVID-19 shots.
Thus, it appears that this nonsensical policy is being picked up by college administrations nationwide.
Here’s the real punchline however. Walker has a twitter feed with about 162,000 followers, and it appears they are mostly on the side of the university.
“They’re actually cheering this on. They scream at me online, cuss me out that I should just disclose my vaccination status even though I’m not even going onto the campus. They love the mandates, and even though most of them are vaccinated, they are also forced and encouraging everyone to wear a mask in class and while walking outside to different classes. It’s complete derangement.”
Apparently, the younger generation now becoming adults endorses mandates, edicts, blacklists, censorship, and dictatorial control over everyone. And unless more people begin to stand up to this mob of bullies, as Walker is doing here so courageously, that mob will win, and win in the most ugly way, not only destroying many innocent lives but their own as well.
Note too that courage is not simply required by those being blacklisted. Courage is now demanded by innocent bystanders. If you see someone being blacklisted, censored, or oppressed in some way, if you believe in freedom you are obliged to speak up in their defense. Don’t put your head in the sand, because if you do, it is eventually going to cut off also. Remember, they aren’t simply coming for Walker, they’re coming for you too.
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