• June 12, 2024

Wait, What? Colleges Suspending People For Not Wearing Masks OUTSIDE?

There are scores of studies that exist that show that wearing masks and practicing social distancing is not an effective way to prevent spreading a virus, whether indoors, outdoors, or anywhere, for that matter. As a matter of fact, MIT concluded that those individuals that are skeptical of these unscientific Wuhan Virus protocols and mandates are indeed much more scientifically-minded than what most other individuals have let on. What a shocker! Those who didn’t follow the establishment’s view of things were actually right all along!

Despite these scientific studies, the University of Massachusetts-Amherst recently suspended three female students because they were photographed while not wearing their masks. This means they lost their tuition and credits for the semester. However, here’s the kicker: these leaked photos were not even taken on campus, nor were the students inside a building at the time.

Meanwhile, we have a handy picture of the University of Amherst hockey team celebrating wildly, and guess what? There were no masks to be seen whatsoever and to date, they have not received any repercussions whatsoever.

What, pray tell, do you think is going on here? Why is it that there is such unequal tyranny and unequal rule enforcement going on? These athletic programs bring in big funds for the university, so is it possible that money talks?

According to the College Fix:

“In February, UMass Amherst instituted a ‘zero tolerance’ COVID policy, according to Newsweek. The university would later go on to ‘completely ban’ outdoor exercises and they also implemented some ‘strict stay-at-home orders’. There were signed posted all around campus that warned students and citizens of Amherst that they were in a ‘mask-required zone per the Amherst Board of Health.'”

Yes, you read that right. The university actually “completely banned” any type of outdoor exercise!

For their part, the parents of the girls suspended from the university plan to sue the university. Let’s hope that they win and that common sense prevails.

What do you think about this appalling lack of common sense when it comes to these mask guidelines at this Massachusetts university? Your comments are appreciated!

The Daily Allegiant