I keep telling you people: there is nothing you can do.
You have to run.
We already lost.
You’re not going to reclaim your cities, and all that staying there is going to lead to is you losing your shit and getting in trouble.
Police were called to an Arizona elementary school after a parent and two other men allegedly confronted a principal over a student being sent home after coming in contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19.
Diane Vargo, the principal of Mesquite Elementary School in Tucson, Arizona, told USA TODAY that the father entered the school with his son and was aggressive toward school staff over the boy being sent home.
She brought the man into her office, and, approximately 10 minutes later, he was joined by two other men. One of the men was holding black zip ties, and the father and another man were filming the principal on their cell phones.
“[The father] was very upset and demanded that his son stay at school. And I said he can’t. We’re just following protocols. He had a phone in my face. He was telling me that there’s more people coming,” Vargo said.
“Those two other men barged into my office and blocked my doorway, and one of the men had these large black zip ties in his hand, and the other man had a phone on me as well,” she added.
The elementary school earlier on Thursday contacted the father to confirm that his son and other students were exposed to a person who tested positive for coronavirus.
The group of men then came to the school and threatened to perform a “citizen’s arrest” on the principal if the boy was not allowed to return to school.
“I tried to deescalate before all of that, but they were aggressive, and I felt threatened. I felt scared,” Vargo said.
The Pima County Health Department has said children must stay at home for seven days after a confirmed exposure to COVID-19. Students are allowed to return to school if they test negative for the virus five days into quarantine and if they have no symptoms for a week.
Vargo asked the men to leave her office during the confrontation, but they refused. She then called the police, but the men left by the time officers arrived.
Vargo told USA TODAY that she has received an outpouring of support after the confrontation and that her office is now full of flowers and words of encouragement.
“I have to say the community across the nation, man, has been so supportive, extremely supportive,” she said.
She’s doing the rounds on the shows saying it was like a RAPE.
Here’s part of the video (it’s getting deleted everywhere and this is all I can find right now).
That bitch was wearing a t-shirt and camo sweatpants.
Meanwhile, this is the picture she posts of herself online.
Women are all such liars and con artists.
But you know what else is disgusting? Rushing the school and demanding justice.
Why would anyone do something like this?
A dad irate over his child’s required covid quarantine from Mesquite Elementary in Tucson, AZ threatened to make a “citizen’s arrest” using zip ties on principal Diane Vargo today over the policy. He showed up at the principal’s office and refused to leave. pic.twitter.com/8UArJMoInC
— Ron Filipkowski (@RonFilipkowski) September 3, 2021
There is no room for this! You’re not going to fight these people! The time to fight them was like ten years ago! It’s over now! You have to run!
We’re not going to stop anything that is happening. There is exactly zero chance of that. All you do by doing this sort of thing is ensure that you and your family are first to the camps.
DO NOT confront these people. Do not do weird things.
Move out of the city, join a community of people who agree with you, and be prepared if they come for you.
That’s all you can do.
Trust me, I’ve thought about this, and you’re not going to convince the government and the media that Covid is a hoax. That is not on the list of possibilities. That also means that it is impossible for you to get any kind of justice, because the virus hoax presupposes that justice cannot exist alongside a virus.
You are either going to run or you are going to lose.
Losing is going to be very, very bad.