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Georgia College Students Ignore COVID-19 Hysteria, Throw Large Party Before the School Year

These students are not living in fear.

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Students at the University of North Georgia (UNG) are refusing to succumb to the mass hysteria from the COVID-19 pandemic. They held a large party last week that has caused the alarmists to become unhinged.

Video from the party, which appears to be completely or mostly outdoors, can be seen here:

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The same type of commentators who give Black Lives Matter rioters a pass when they gather en masse to destroy cities want these kids to be punished for daring to live their lives.

“The first day of classes at..University of North Georgia begins on Monday..UNG..is already proving to be a COVID nightmare..before Day 1..There’s massive crowds..as far as the eye can see, and..no one’s distanced and no one’s wearing masks,” wrote Rutgers professor Richard E. Ebright in a Tweet.

“It is a choice dear students. You can have in-person classes, or you can have parties. You can’t have both. The choice is yours,” wrote University of Arkansas associate professor Stephen Caldwell in a Tweet.

The UNG’s executive director of communications, Sylvia Carson, is placating the fears of the cowards concerned because these young people had a good time.

“We are disappointed that many of our students chose to ignore COVID-19 public health guidance by congregating in a large group without social distancing or face coverings,” Carson said in a statement.

“The University of North Georgia continues to emphasize to our students and university community that everyone has an individual responsibility both on and off campus to follow guidance from the Georgia Department of Public Health and the CDC to prevent the spread of the virus,” she added.

This comes amidst the backdrop of a nationwide push to stop students from returning to school. Liberal activists are pushing fear propaganda relentlessly in an attempt to prevent pupils from returning to class.

Big League Politics reported on how one deranged liberal snowflake faked the death of a phony Twitter account to place the blame on a university for not using proper COVID-19 safety precautions:

Last week, BethAnn McLaughlin, who founded the group MeTooSTEM, announced that one of her colleagues had died.

McLaughlin posted a sob story on Twitter that a friend, @Sciencing_Bi, had died of COVID-19, and it likely happened because she was forced to teach in the classroom.

“She was a fierce protector of people,” McLaughlin wrote on her account, which is now suspended. “No one has ever had my back like that.”

@Sciencing_Bi had gained a large Twitter following by playing the victim and claiming they were assaulted by several men in her field while working at Arizona State University. She claimed that she contracted COVID-19 because of the school’s policies.

“ASU kept teachers, staff and students on campus until April. That’s well after we knew this was a killer disease. Many got COVID. Including me,” the Twitter account wrote.

“Please read her timeline,” McLaughlin wrote on Twitter. “Campus closed and she was in the hospital a week later. Be mad about COVID but be more mad that BIPOC community is most vulnerable and underrepresented on campus. We are killing them.”

McLaughlin even went as far to suggest that she had relations with @Sciencing_Bi, writing: “Looking at her side of the bed and crying. Just a lot of crying. I literally can do nothing.”

However, there was one major problem with McLaughlin’s story: @Sciencing_Bi was a fake account and not an actual person. ASU discovered that it was a hoax after looking into the matter.

“Unfortunately, this appears to be a hoax. We looked into this over the weekend and were unable to verify any connection with the university. We were in touch with several deans and faculty members and no one was able to identify the account or who might be behind it,” ASU said in a statement.

“Some of the past commentary this person posted was questionable, such as teaching in April. ASU transitioned to fully remote teaching in March. The person also mentioned salary reductions. We have not implemented any salary reductions here,” they added.

McLaughlin downplayed her role in the hoax after it was found out, but she is widely believed to be behind the phony account.

The party by the Georgia students shows that the effects of the media propaganda are starting to wear off. Americans want to enjoy their freedom, not be ruled over by a cabal of power-hungry scientific “experts.”

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Left-Wing Scholar Pushes to Censor Social Media Accounts Opposing Child Sex Trafficking by Tying Them to QAnon Movement

This scholar is doing PR for predators.

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Academic scholar Marc-André Argentino of the Global Network on Extremism & Technology is attempting to get social media accounts that are raising awareness of child sex trafficking thrown off of social media by tying them to the controversial QAnon movement.

Argentino is demonizing 114 groups that are raising awareness of child sex trafficking that he wants thrown off of social media because he claims they are affiliated with QAnon:

Argentino made it clear that he is concerned with protecting potential pedophiles from repercussions from their predatory actions against children:

He posted that he will be working on demonizing Christian, pro-life groups that are focused on stopping child sex trafficking next:

Darren Beattie of Revolver pointed out the agenda behind Argentino’s work. Argentino is aggressively demonizing activists who are raising awareness about the exploitation of children.

Big League Politics has reported on how establishment politicians from both major political parties have demonized the QAnon movement in an attempt to deflect from the depravity that they are engaging in behind the scenes:

Several Congressmen are going to war with the QAnon conspiracy theory.

On August 25, 2020, Republican Congressman Denver Riggleman and Democrat Congressman Tom Malinowski introduce a resolution to condemn the conspiracy movement and demand that law enforcement crack down on criminal activity that its supporters carry out.

Riggleman tweeted “QAnon and the conspiracy theories it promotes are a danger and a threat that has no place in our country’s politics. I condemn this movement and urge all Americans to join me in taking this step to exclude them and other extreme conspiracy theories from the national discourse.

The resolution describes QAnon as one of the “fringe political conspiracy theories” that authorities believe is likely to incite violence.

With several Republican candidates who have allegedly supported QAnon in the past now potentially making their way to Congress, establishment gatekeepers in both parties are becoming jittery.

Whether or not such conspiracies have validity is for curious Americans to decide through their own investigation.

The real question we should be asking is why a Republican like Riggleman is wasting his time trying to introduce a resolution with a Democrat?

After all, this is a time when there’s an existential threat of radical leftists tearing up the streets across the nation. This merits a full-fledged response from the GOP. Focusing on anything else is a complete waste of time and political capital.

 

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