Mass Hysteria in Leftist Den Over Deportation

University of California, Berkeley students are up in arms over a rumor that a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent visited a resident housing complex under the premise that he was an Amazon delivery man.

The alleged incident took place at Casa Zimbabwe, commonly referred to as CZ, which is home to 124 residents and is one of 17 houses under the Berkeley Student Cooperative.

CZ house president Rizza Estacio sent out an email with the subject line: “Trigger Warning: Immigration Officers at CZ.” According to The Daily Californian, it is unclear whether this incidence was a raid by ICE or an attempted robbery. It could also be an entirely fabricated situation, seeing that the Berkeley Police Department says it was never notified that ICE was at Berkeley. That, however, has not kept Berkeley students from freaking out.

Zach Gamlieli, president of Berkeley Student Cooperative, sent an email of his own entitled “Immigration Enforcement Activity Affecting the BSC” to residents of the co-op. Gamlieli averred that a man wearing a featureless brown shirt, carrying a package, made the attempt to gain entry into the co-op.


Read more at the Washington Examiner.


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