Maskless elites party in Washington while bringing back mask mandates for ordinary people

Maskless elites party in Washington while bringing back mask mandates for ordinary people
Kamala Harris (Image: YouTube screen grab)

“Earlier this month, a slew of top Cabinet officials and lawmakers attended the annual Gridiron Club dinner in Washington D.C., which was held for the first time since 2019. At least 72 people caught COVID-19 at the dinner,” reports Reason Magazine.

The people who caught COVID include “Attorney General Merrick Garland, New York City Mayor Eric Adams…Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo, and Rep. Adam Schiff (D–Calif.), to name just a few.”

The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi (D-San Francisco), “tested positive recently as well, just two days after she attended a crowded event at the White House with President Joe Biden and former President Barack Obama…Pelosi recently posed for a photo with Georgetown University President John DeGioia, who himself is now positive for COVID-19,” reports Reason:

Some students at Georgetown aren’t thrilled with DeGioia, who was clearly enjoying himself, maskless, out and about—but has now brought back the campus’s mask mandate after getting rid of it just a month ago….A group of students protested last week. Nevertheless, American University and George Washington University have now followed suit and brought back the mask mandates.

Political elites…are… going back to normal; if cases rise, they’ll punish the common folk, but don’t expect them to make many social sacrifices. For the policy makers, it’s business as usual. For everyone else, restrictions can be brought back on a whim.

No political figure better represents this hypocrisy than Vice President Kamala Harris, who was recently caught ignoring mask rules; Jen Psaki, White House press secretary, defended her…

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