Representative Jamie Raskin (D-MD) didn’t put on a masks Thursday afternoon on the House of Representatives violating the House guidelines set by Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA).
Wait… Why is Rep. Raskin not carrying a masks on the ground?! Will he be fined? Could you think about if this have been a outstanding Republican? pic.twitter.com/W5saJSbqX2
— Henry Rodgers (@henryrodgersdc) February 25, 2021
Pelosi said that masks might be required “at all times” within the House with out exemptions, and “members will not be recognized unless they are wearing a mask and recognition will be withdrawn if they remove the mask while speaking,” on December 15, 2020.
House lawmakers who don’t put on masks on the House ground face a $500 high quality on their first offense and a $2,500 high quality on their second since three Democratic lawmakers examined optimistic for Coronavirus.
Raskin’s Coronavirus rule breaking conduct is the newest in an extended line of hypocritical actions by Democrat lawmakers. In January, one other House impeachment supervisor, Rep. David Cicilline (D-RI), pulled his masks right down to sneeze into his hand whereas on the House ground.
Last September, Pelosi visited a San Francisco hair salon for a wash and blowout regardless of native coronavirus restrictions — a transfer the salon proprietor referred to as a “slap in the face.”
California Governor Gavin Newsom attended a party on November 13, 2020, that violated his personal authorities’s pointers limiting the quantity of people that can attend a social gathering throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
Lesser-known Chinese Coronavirus hypocrisies from Democrat politicians are quite a few. For occasion, Denver’s mayor flew to Mississippi to spend Thanksgiving along with his household — after urging others to remain residence. He later stated he was considering with “my heart and not my head.”
A Pennsylvania mayor banned indoor eating after which ate at a restaurant in Maryland. The governor of Rhode Island was photographed at an indoor wine occasion as her state had the nation’s second-highest virus fee on the time.