Shanghai Back in Lockdown: Residents Scream From Their Apartment Buildings as They Are Forced to Stay and Starve

The city of Shanghai in China is under a strict lockdown.

Residents of the city have been forced to stay in their apartment buildings, and basically starve as authorities do little to nothing to help them, while they lock them up for their “health.” The irony.

Recent footage has dropped of a video of a person in Shanghai, recording the eerie screaming of Shanghai residents, yelling and screaming from their high-rise balconies and the sound is truly haunting.

While the likes of Dr. Anthony Fauci, who is funded by taxpayers and paid the largest salary in government, acts like another lockdown would be no big deal, he is far removed from the reality of it.

Lockdowns do far more harm than good.

If you were inclined to think that wasn’t true, a short look at your local grocery store should give you a good visual of the results. No people, mean no business, no business means no supplies, no supplies means starvation.

One thing the Chinese didn’t bank on, was how the people of Shanghai have reacted to their latest gift from the Communist Party – civil unrest.

Propaganda would have you believe that the Chinese people are more than happy to be compliant and follow the instructions of their government without question. The latest footage, however, would indicate that this is far from true.

Robot dogs have been patrolling the streets, telling people to stay in their homes and those who venture out for fresh air, are immediately arrested.

Brace yourself, because this could be America if the Democrats get their way.

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