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Colleges Will Spread Coronavirus to Keep Foreign Students in US

Colleges Will Spread Coronavirus to Keep Foreign Students in US
By Daniel Greenfield

Entirely predictable, cynical, and self-serving.

ICE had announced that foreign students doing online learning don’t actually need to be in this country. There has yet to be a reasonable response to this from Democrats, the media, and the educational industry except ranting about how much President Trump hates immigrants. And, entirely predictably, they’re going to incorporate some in-person classes.

Columbia University told its student body Tuesday that it would organize hybrid classes with in-person and remote learning opportunities that “alleviate the negative effect of these new regulations,”

NYU, which has the highest number of international students in the U.S., and Brown announced Tuesday that their fall plans—following a hybrid model that mixes in-person and online classes—would accommodate vulnerable international students,

So colleges are pretty openly going to some in-person classes, after they decided that it was a bad idea for health and safety reasons, to keep their foreign cash cows in America.

Spreading the coronavirus in New York City is a small price to pay for that. And the same media which scolds people who go to family reunions, churches and synagogues, or the beach is cheering this on.

That and outright fraud.

Hundreds of students at the University of California, Berkeley are discussing a plan to create an in-person course solely to circumvent new U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) regulations that could result in the deportations of international students on F-1 visas — and they say at least one faculty member is on board, Fox News has learned.

“berkeley students are creating a 1-unit, in-person, student-run class to help international students avoid deportation due to the new ICE regulations,” a Berkeley Urban Studies student wrote in a now-deleted tweet, which has been archived by Google. “love my school sometimes.”

Corona and crime. They go together.

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