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Tennis Superstar Novak Djokovic Held In Guarded Room, Facing Deportation From Australia

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Australia continues its tyrannical menacing of the world.

What they are doing to their own citizens is eerily reminiscent of Nazi Germany.

And now they’re branching out, even denying access into the country to world-famous tennis starts like Novak Djokovic.

Why?

Well, the exact reason hasn’t been published yet but I have a STRONG hunch it’s because he wasn’t vaccinated…or didn’t have a sufficient number of booster jabs to satisfy their liking.

In return, they place him in a guarded room with no windows and no one can enter and check on him.

His safety is unknown.

Folks, this is getting out of control.

If they’ll do this to a famous athlete, imagine what they would do to you or me?

Right.

My point exactly:

Meanwhile, the Aussie people get it:

Fox News had more:

Novak Djokovic will not defend his title at the Australian Open this month after he was denied entry into the country on Thursday over an issue with his visa, according to reports.

The Australian Border Forces released a statement stating that Djokovic did not provide the “appropriate evidence” to meet the government’s entry requirements, resulting in his visa being canceled just days after announcing he received a medical exemption to participate in the Grand Slam tournament.

“Non-citizens who do not hold a valid visa on entry or who have had their visa canceled will be detained and removed from Australia,” the statement read, via The Age.

Sources close to the tournament told Reuters that Djokovic would be deported but that he was filing an injunction to prevent it.

Djokovic arrived at Melbourne’s Tullamarine airport just before midnight local time on Wednesday. His father, Srdjan Djokovic, told a local Serbian outlet that the tennis pro was being held in a guarded room.

“Novak is currently in a room which no one can enter,” he said, via The Associated Press. “In front of the room are two policemen.”

And from ESPN:

The top-ranked Djokovic landed in Australia late Wednesday after receiving a medical exemption from the Victoria state government that would shield him from the strict vaccination rules in place for this year’s first major tennis tournament, which begins Jan. 17.

But border authorities did not accept the exemption. The Australian Border Force issued a statement saying Djokovic failed to meet entry requirements.

Health Minister Greg Hunt said the visa cancellation followed a review of Djokovic’s medical exemption by border officials who looked “at the integrity and the evidence behind it.”

The president of Djokovic’s native Serbia’s blasted the “harassment” of the star, who was detained overnight at Melbourne Tullamarine Airport. The 20-time major winner had to wait more than eight hours at the airport to find out if he would be allowed into the country.

“Mr. Djokovic’s visa has been canceled. Rules are rules, especially when it comes to our borders,” Australia Prime Minister Scott Morrison posted on Twitter. “No one is above these rules. Our strong border policies have been critical to Australia having one of the lowest death rates in the world from COVID, we are continuing to be vigilant.”

During a media briefing in Canberra later Thursday, Morrison said Djokovic failed to provide sufficient proof to receive a medical exemption to enter Australia.

“All I can say is that the evidence [for] medical exemption that was provided was found to be insufficient,” Morrison said, adding that Djokovic was not “singled out” for scrutiny over his visa cancellation.

Hunt said Djokovic was free to appeal the decision. “But if a visa is canceled, somebody will have to leave the country.”

A source close to the tournament told Reuters that Djokovic plans to apply for an injunction against the decision. In the meantime, Djokovic was taken to a government detention hotel in the suburb of Carlton, Reuters reported. TV pictures showed him arriving at the Park Hotel.

The same source told Reuters that the visa and paperwork that Djokovic had used to gain entry into the country was of the same kind as three other players who had already arrived. Australian media reported that Djokovic’s team applied for the wrong type of visa.

Here is what Djokovic posted before leaving:

And here is what the Austrlian A-Hole PM posted:

I seriously can’t take much more of these people.

Can we just send them all to their own planet?

Leave the sane people here on Earth and send the far-left dictators to their own planet where they can all try to lock down each other?

Because I’m done with these literal Nazis!

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