That’s of course when Trump wins.
The liberal bastion of George Washington University in downtown D.C. is encouraging students to become preppers in advance of possible Election Day civil unrest.
Stockpiling a week’s supply of food, particularly items with a long shelf life, is included among the recommendations. And since it’s 2020, the university recommends that they make sure to have enough toilet paper on hand, plus refilling any prescription drugs.
An email reportedly sent to GWU students contained the following advice, according to the Daily Caller:
“We suggest preparing for the Election Day period as you would for a hurricane or a snowstorm that would prevent you from going outside for several days to grab food or order takeout.”
The email also purportedly gave fashion and other advice for those who plan on peacefully protesting or celebrating the outcome of the contest between President Donald Trump and former VP Joe Biden, “such as dressing for the weather and wearing comfortable shoes and staying with a group.”
As an aside, GWU hasn’t changed its name, yet, but protesters there allegedly toppled over an iconic bust of the nation’s first president in June.
A posting on the GWU website indicates that Election Day is a university holiday. Officials advise the campus, among other things, to follow certain safety precautions: “Do not allow strangers into GW buildings” and “If there is a disturbance, seek shelter indoors until normal conditions return. Observe directions from law enforcement personnel.”