(Natural News) In order to attend their prom this year, senior students at Exeter High School in New Hampshire were required to get marked and tracked based on their Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccination” status as part of some bizarre Tony Fauci mass worship ritual.
According to reports, non-jabbed students at the school were forcibly “numbered” with Sharpie markers like cattle, and followed around throughout the evening by snitches who apparently tried to observe whether or not the Chinese Virus was floating around their bodies.
Like some kind of scene out of a Holocaust movie, unvaccinated prom attendees were intentionally humiliated and treated like social pariahs as school officials made a visibly uncomfortable display in response to their presence.
Every three songs, unvaccinated students were told they needed to stop dancing, disengage from their partner, and raise up their arm “tattoo” so they could be identified and logged for contact tracing purposes.
“They also left the list of student names (first and last) with the info on whether they were vaccinated or not on a table outside after the prom,” reported New Hampshire Rep. Melissa Litchfield, quoting a constituent who informed her about the disturbing details.
“I found it the next morning. This information should 1. Not have been shared and 2. Should never be left where anyone can have access to it. I have a photo of the list.”
Exeter High School violated HIPAA protections
Another constituent told Litchfield that she was appalled how the children were treated, likening it to fascist regimes of the past that treated the “undesirables” like second-class citizens.
“Marking them, thus singling them out, and then having to raise their hands is beyond tolerable,” this person said.
Author: Ethan Huff
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