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A student at the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga was dragged out of class by police after he refused to wear a face mask and a video of it was posted on social media including Twitter.

It is unclear when the video was recorded. However, it was posted on Friday.

In the first part of the video, a police officer is seen walking into a classroom and approaching a student who is not wearing a mask.

The second part of the video shows other students filming and cheering as the police drag the student who is not wearing a mask out of his classroom.

Robby Starbuck, a Republican candidate for Congress in Tennessee, shared this video on Twitter and urged that Republican Governor Bill Lee extend his recent executive order enabling students to opt-out of mask requirements at school to institutions as well.

According to the InsiderPaper:

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee signed Executive Order 84 on August 16 to allow parents to opt their children out of a local mask mandate enacted by a school or health board.

Officials at the University of Tennessee announced on August 23 that the UT system would be adjusting its mask requirements “for at least the next two weeks” due to the rise in COVID-19 delta variant numbers.

UT Chattanooga was one of the campuses where mask requirement was extended to to all indoor public spaces, except in private offices, residence hall rooms.

Tennessee has been a hotbed of students and parents alike who have been standing up to these blatant violations of the rights of students.

Just weeks ago there were massive protests outside of the Williamson County School Board meeting, where the school board continues to push masking young children. However, there is no science to back up the efficacy of masking children when it comes to the spread of COVID-19.

Clay Travis called this the “Mom-led revolution” during an interview with Tucker Carlson in regards to the event.

“I’m telling you, Tucker, we’re gonna win. I can see it. It’s going to grow and spread and become even bigger than it already is. The anti-mask, the anti-CRT. It may well be the new Tea Party.”

So Kudos to this student for standing up for what he believes in even though it meant being dragged out of class.

Moments like those give others the courage to do the right thing and stand up to these liberal fascists.

Sources: Thegatewaypundit, Insiderpaper, Newswars

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