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Cornell University: ISIS terrorist training coaches welcomed on campus as long as they are vaccinated


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(NaturalNews) Cornell University welcomes ISIS terrorists to come to its campus and conduct terror "training camps" for students, admits the university's assistant dean Joseph Scaffido in an undercover sting video filmed by Project Veritas. But the university absolutely does not allow unvaccinated students to be present on campus, according to its public health requirements web page.

At Cornell University, in other words, terrorists are welcomed, but only if they are fully vaccinated first. Meanwhile, healthy, unvaccinated children are banned from the campus because they might pose a "danger" to public health, we're told.

Cornell University's "tolerance" policies extend to terrorist groups that target innocent civilians for mass death campaigns using explosive devices, but they do not extend to healthy children of parents who choose to avoid exposing their children to the toxic substances still used in vaccines in America: Mercury, aluminum, MSG, formaldehyde, human fetal tissue and superbug-producing antibiotics.

Cornell University welcomes ISIS and Hamas terror training camps for university students

Confirming all this, Cornell's assistant dean for students, Joseph Scaffido, was caught on video welcoming "Islamic State in Iraq and Syria" groups to campus, even including Hamas. Direct material support for such terror groups was also condoned by the Cornell University representative, who said the university would be perfectly fine with student groups providing "food, water, electronics" to such terror groups.



When the undercover Project Veritas reporter asks whether it would be okay for an ISIS "freedom fighter to come and do like a training camp for students," he was told by Scaffido:

You would be allowed to do something like that. It's just like bringing in a coach, to do a training on a sports team or something...

"Tolerance" at Cornell University, it seems, is selectively extended to terror groups on the U.S. State Dept. watch list, but not to healthy young adults who carry no disease whatsoever and who have not been vaccinated.

It also bring up the stunning but true conclusion that ISIS terrorist training camps are welcomed at Cornell University as long as all the terrorists are vaccinated first!



Learn more about Project Veritas:
http://www.projectveritas.com/posts/news/new...

Other sources:
http://nypost.com/2015/03/24/cornell-dean-sa...

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