TEACHING INSANITY: Schools now teaching remote students “virtual fire drills” in case the buildings they’re NOT occupying catch fire


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(Natural News) Demonstrating the utter uselessness of public schooling, some school districts are reportedly now holding “virtual fire drills” in which students are being instructed how to evacuate buildings where they are not even present due to Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions.

In a video clip that has gone viral, the son of Jason Hammer, the host of the “Hammer and Nigel Show” on local Indiana radio, shows his dad a map of the school where he would have attended in person if covidiocy had not become the new law of the land.

“Today we have a virtual fire drill where they are showing us where to walk out of the building that we are not in right now in case that building catches fire,” the boy states, trying not to laugh.

The facility blueprint shown was of Beech Grove High School, which is doing virtual classes during the plandemic to supposedly help keep students like Hammer “safe.”

The boy’s father told FOX Business that the drill was a “complete waste of time,” seeing as how his son was not there in person to actually learn how to exit the building. At first, the boy thought it was a joke, only to learn that it was, in fact, real.

According to Melody Stevens, communications director for Beech Grove City Schools, the school was well aware that many parents and students would probably “think it was silly to hold it while others have applauded the effort.”

“A lot of parents need to try to remember to walk in the shoes of a high school principal during [a] pandemic,” Stevens added, noting that the school’s new “hybrid” model will still allow some students to attend in-person classes on certain days of the week.

The Indiana Department of Education claims it is required to conduct a fire drill within the first 10 days of classes. However, schools are not mandated to conduct virtual fire drills.

Texas schools tell kids to set alarm, go outside, “soak up sun,” and post a selfie for their “virtual fire drill”

For young Hammer, at least he was given the opportunity to visualize the layout of his school, should he attend in-person classes there in the future. Down in Texas, students are being told instead to just go outside their homes and stand in the yard.

A “virtual fire drill” posted to Twitter by @BelindaKNeal instructs students in Texas, where we know the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) data is being fudged, to do the following, which teaches them nothing about anything:

• Set an alarm on your phone for 2:30pm
• When alarm sounds GO OUTSIDE
• Stay outside for 10 minutes soaking up the sun
• Take a selfie and post with #WeLeadTX

An obvious attempt at creating something “fun” for students while they remain forever quarantined at home, this so-called “virtual fire drill” is nothing more than an entertaining distraction from the insanity taking place in response to an alleged “pandemic” that, for all intents and purposes, is pretty much over at this point.

According to Chandra Barnett, principal of J.L. Long Middle School in Dallas, these fake fire drills are merely an attempt to keep students “involved in school.” Her school, like many others, conducted a similar fake fire drill in which all students were told to “evacuate” their homes at the same time and share images of themselves online.

“To have a smile, to laugh, is great,” added Laashawn Guillory, the school’s assistant principal. “At the end of the day, we want them to know that we love them, we care for them, no matter where they are, they have our hearts.”

More coverage of Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) madness can be found at Pandemic.news.

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