The same people that are protesting this systemic racism that supposedly exists to limit their rights are constantly exempt from the rules that apply to the rest of us.
On Sunday, Arizona State University President Michael Crow stated that any students caught hosting or attending social gatherings on or off campus would be subjected to suspension.
In his statement, he said that COVID is here and will be here so it’s important that everyone take this seriously.
In his statement, he said that COVID is here and will be here so it's important that everyone take this seriously.
“We need everyone to follow all public health protocols: wear a mask, practice physical distancing, complete your daily health check, stay home when you are sick, wash your hands regularly and avoid touching your face. That is the only way that we will be able to effectively manage COVID-19.”
However, that doesn't actually mean everybody...
The local Black Lives Matter group became upset and said they were being discriminated against in relation to an upcoming protest so, naturally, they won't have to worry.
Audrey Jensen, for AZ Central, says an official clarified that students won't be suspended if wearing masks and practicing social distancing at protests.
About 100 people are at the Multicultural Solidarity Coalition march at Daley Park in Tempe. ASU’s Black African Coalition withdrew from the protest Thurs., but an ASU spokesperson clarified today that students won’t be suspended if wearing a mask & social distancing at protests. pic.twitter.com/7sg6alvMnD
— Audrey Jensen (@Audreyj101) August 31, 2020
Once again, this virus appears to be quite selective based on political views.