Another Prominent Democrat Caught Without A Mask in D.C. Airport
Let me just say first of all why I think it’s worth talking about these Democrats who keep getting caught without a mask.
It’s not because I think they need to wear a mask. I could give a crap less if they want to wear one or not.
The only issue I have is their hypocrisy. This is one of my biggest pet peeves in life. Anytime someone says to do one thing but then they themselves violate that principle, it really gets under my skin.
That’s why the whole issue with Nancy Pelosi getting caught not wearing a mask inside a hair salon in California was such a big deal. It’s the hypocrisy of it all.
To make matters worse, Pelosi then tried shifting the blame on the salon saying that she was set up
Back in June, Senator Dianne Feinstein wrote a letter to the FAA demanding that everyone wear masks in airports. That goes for both employees and passengers. Yet, here she can be seen below just this the other day walking around the airport with no mask.
BREAKING: Fox News host Tucker Carlson shows a photo of Sen. Dianne Feinstein, who called for a nationwide mask mandate at airports 3 months ago, not wearing a mask at Dulles Airport on Friday. No comment from the senator's office, yet. pic.twitter.com/UU5j5X0QuU
— Daniel Chaitin (@danielchaitin7) September 29, 2020
It’s not just Pelosi and Feinstein either. If you remember, New York Governor was caught outside without a mask and his brother, CNN host Chris Cuomo was seen breaking quarantine while he was still infected and then lied about it.
Here is the letter that Feinstein wrote to the FAA:
I write to urge you to implement a mandatory mask policy for all airport and airline employees and passengers as cases of coronavirus continue to surge. I ask that you issue guidance as soon as possible so passengers can have a clear understanding of the requirements and so that we may reduce exposure for workers and travelers alike.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend a comprehensive strategy to protect oneself from exposure to coronavirus while traveling on public transit, including the use of a mask, since social distancing is oftentimes not manageable on a crowded bus, train, or plane. As the research regarding mask effectiveness continues to evolve, the World Health Organization (WHO) updated its guidance on June 5th to specifically cite public transportation as an important part of these guidelines. Organizations, such as the Airports Council International, have said publicly that they would welcome such rules.
While some transit agencies and airlines have implemented mandatory mask guidance for the public, reports indicate that the patchwork of rules have only sowed confusion among passengers. Therefore, I ask that you issue clear, nationwide, mandatory mask requirements for all aviation employees and travelers.