LA public school caught abusing unvaccinated female students, who were forced to sit outside behind yellow caution tape and prohibited from using the restroom



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(Natural News) A handful of unvaccinated female students at New West Charter School (NWCS) in Los Angeles were forced to sit outside behind caution tape for the “crime” of not taking the jabs.

The girls posted a video of themselves (watch below) explaining how they are basically being held in an outdoor prison because they refuse to permanently modify their DNA with Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccines.”

According to the advocacy group Let Them Breathe, the girls asked for chairs to sit on but were denied, forcing them to sit on the ground. They were also told that they could not use the restroom, and instead had to stay under the supervision of armed guards.

“LAPD is on site but not intervening,” Let Them Breathe tweeted. “Litigation from Let Them Choose (is) already pending.”

NWCS Principal Sharon Weir previously worked as “a special education consultant to develop a fully inclusive educational model for disadvantage [sic] students”

When they are not grooming and brainwashing students into becoming transgenders, public schools across America are apparently jailing them for not becoming transhumans via covid injection.

“I’m a student at New West Charter School and I’m here with five other girls,” one of the girls says in the video. “Four of them are freshmen, one is a junior and I’m a sophomore.”

“And we are being threatened to be suspended because we don’t have the Covid-19 vaccine. And we’re being refused of the right to attend school … And we’re being closed off by this caution tape thing. We’re being segregated from the rest of the school.”

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Behind the girls as they flip the camera around are ropes of caution tape, as if they are a walking plague that has to be cordoned off for everyone else’s safety from their invisible Fauci germs.

Suddenly this whole thing is seeming to be more and more not about health, and instead about control and tyrannizing those who refuse to obey.

None of the girls seen in the video are sick, and all of them are wearing a mask, which the Branch Covidians have told us for the past two years is enough to prevent the spread of disease.

And if everyone else in the school is “vaccinated” anyway, then why does it even matter that this half-dozen friend group is all unvaccinated?

“And they will tell you this is to save lives, lol yeah right,” wrote one commenter at Newspunch. “The head of this school is second only to Epstein.”

“Get these kids out and sue those monsters,” wrote another about how the girls’ parents should respond to this incident.

On Twitter, someone else suggested that students stuck in oppressive districts like this could stage a “walkout” in protest of this kind of abuse.

“Because they’ve been manipulated to think it’s unsafe to attend school, why haven’t these kids done the same, especially when they have MORE justification for such a protest?” this person asked.

Another explained that a medical tyranny protest already occurred right after the incident. The protest drew attention to Principal Sharon Weir, who was born and educated in Scotland, according to her official school bio.

Ironically, Weir previously worked as “a special education consultant to develop a fully inclusive educational model for disadvantage [sic] students.” Apparently disadvantaged unvaccinated students are not included in this model.

More related news about Wuhan Flu tyranny can be found at Fascism.news.

Sources for this article include:

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