Coronavirus concentration camp in Toronto runs out of food and water for occupants (prisoners)
Canada’s new Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) quarantine “rules” for travelers returning from outside its borders are making headlines, and not in a good way.
Angry mobs are reportedly forming in the lobbies of hotels that have been turned into makeshift concentration camps where those entering from abroad are being forced to stay, on their own dime, for a minimum of three days.
Hotels like the Sheraton Gateway Hotel in Toronto are apparently running out of food and water to feed and hydrate their prisoner “guests” who, despite testing “negative” for the Chinese virus, are still being ordered by Justin Trudeau to remain at a total cost of around $2,000 per person.
Guests say they are having to wait hours to get any kind of nourishment from staff, and what they receive is often subpar at best.
“We are not animals” shouted one angry woman who was captured in video footage arguing with staff at the Sheraton.
Another man is heard yelling that he had to wait in line for “more than two hours” just to get some WuFlu rations for the night.
On top of having to pay these exorbitant nightly rates to stay at the hotel quarantine camps, food and beverages cost even more. One man showed a box of beans and rice, along with a salad and a Diet Pepsi, all of which cost him a whopping $47.23.
“This is criminal,” the man states in a video he posted to Twitter.
Another hotel guest likewise complained about the “suffering” caused by the “bad quality food.” Not only is the food quality poor, but this person added that vegetarians are receiving chicken sandwiches and other “restricted” items.
At the nearby Holiday Inn quarantine, guests complained about a lack of water, cold food and no eating utensils.
“I was so hungry,” one woman told CTV News. “I called so many times,” she added, explaining that when she finally received some food, they left without giving her the beverage she ordered.
Trudeau’s Chinese virus impositions are causing women to get raped
Another problem at these quarantine hotels is sexual assault. With so many people crammed into the buildings and minimal security, the facilities are breeding grounds for rape.
One woman told the media that a predator forced his way into her room and started taking off his clothes while touching himself. Early on, there was no security anywhere in the proximity to help her.
Another predator was found to be disguised as a quarantine security guard. He, too, was accused of sexually assaulting a woman during a “check,” which presumably refers to a temperature check.
It is a good thing Canada is not doing Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) anal swabs like communist China is, otherwise sexual assault incidents would be even more prominent.
While Canadian law does not technically require anyone to follow Trudeau’s new “order,” as of yet there has not been a reported case of anyone challenging it in order to get it dismissed in court.
One man was actually dragged against his will into one of these internment camps straight out of the airport and forcibly tested. Should he decide to sue, he very well could end up setting a precedent against this type of draconian abuse of civil liberties.
“These are people who had to test negative before even getting on the plane,” pointed out one RT commenter. “Once they land in Canada, they have to take a second test and wait in these detention hotels for 3 days for which they are paying $2000 per person and more for a family or couple.”
“If the second test is also negative, they can spend the next 14 days at home during which time the police and private security will come to their homes to check on them. Only Trudeau knows what happens if they test positive.”
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