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Bidens caught violating DC mask mandate at posh Georgetown restaurant
President Biden and First Lady Jill Biden were caught on Saturday violating Washington, DC’s indoor mask mandate by roaming a high-end Georgetown restaurant without masks.
Masked Bidens were recorded exiting the Fiola mare while flanked by masked Secret Service agents.
Muriel Bowser, Democratic Mayor of Washington, DC reinstated An indoor mask mandate in July amid a boom in Delta variants. The Bidens also violated the mask policy of Fiola Mare, who mirrors the city.
“According to CDC guidance and executive order from DC Mayor Muriel Bowser, all individuals over the age of 2 are required to wear masks indoors, regardless of vaccination status. Masks must always be worn in our restaurants, eating and drinking Besides. Thanks for understanding. ” Restaurant Website it is said.
Establishments that fail to implement Bowser executive Order potential warnings, fines and revocation of the license, although the order also notes: “The enforcement provisions of this order shall not apply to persons in the legislative branch of the federal government or district government while those persons are on duty. ” Click here for more on our top story.
In other developments:
– The White House continues to debunk the zero-cost claim on Biden’s agenda
– Jill Biden promotes group helping illegal immigrants avoid arrest amid border crisis
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– Immigration activists walkout with Biden administration during protest meeting: ‘Turning Point’
Jon Stewart says media is making a ‘mistake’, casting Trump as ‘unreliable observer’
comedian john stewart Said the hyperfocus of the media on the former president Donald Trump One mistake and casting him as an “unreliable supervisor” distracts from other dangers.
The former “Daily Show” host told CNN’s Jake Tapper in an interview that aired Sunday that political pundits are “making a mistake” in blaming Trump for the country’s divisive discourse, arguing that he should focus too much. should focus on the threat posed by institutions that have dangerously “embodied the idea that power is its own reward.”
“I think we make a mistake in focusing all this on Donald Trump as if he is … Magneto and some incredible observer who has changed the nature and temperature of America,” Stewart said. “He’s just been an effective vessel, but he hasn’t been singing new songs. … I think it’s a mistake to focus it all on this one person and not focus more on the idea that power has its own.” The reward is there whether it’s in financial industry or government. Power doesn’t give up on itself, and unless we figure out a better way to balance that power… we’ll be vulnerable.”
Stewart, who recently launched a new show, “The Problem with Jon Stewart,” said it’s time for the media to move away from the idea that “autocracy is purely the domain of Donald Trump.”
“I think we all have a tendency to apologize to people who are doing things we would love to do, even if it means doing things that are a little undemocratic,” he acknowledged. “So I think our focus on this person is unhealthy at the expense of the systems and dynamics this cat has ever learned how to surf those waves.” Click Here For More.
In other developments:
– Texas Representative Michael McCall: Biden rescinded stay in Mexico policy ‘because it had Trump’s name on it’
– ‘SNL’ Weekend Update takes on budget bill, vaccine mandate, COVID origins – and other political football
– Kayleigh McEnany: Breast Cancer and Me – Why Did I Choose a Preventive Double Mastectomy?
– Bill Clinton released from hospital in Southern California
NBC fact-checks Fauci fears college football games will be COVID super-spreaders: ‘Never happened’
A report from NBC’s “Today” Saturday fact-checked Dr. Anthony FauciFears – made on its cable arm MSNBC – of a dramatic COVID-19 surge from overcrowded football stadiums, saying it “never happened.”
NBC reporter Shaquille Brewster reported that stadiums packed for sporting events have not become a “super-spreader event” for the coronavirus.
“For weeks, crowds of thousands, mostly unmasked, have now sat side by side cheering their teams at the halfway point of the season,” Brewster explained. “By the time doctors had warned the Games of becoming a potential super-spreader event. At that point a frightening prospect was already on the verge with hospitals.”
Brewster cited Fauci’s theory that packed college games would lead to rising COVID cases during an appearance on MSNBC in September.
“But that never happened,” Brewster said, “now cases are falling sharply in every college football state across the South. Even in Florida, where hospitalizations fell 64 percent last month, even.” that some 90,000 fans packed [University of Florida] Gators Stadium.”
Dr. Hiren Pokharna said, “It certainly gives me less anxiety at the time because I see an increase in the number of people vaccinated. And the number has decreased. Definitely.” Click Here For More.
In other developments:
– Fauci: People ‘react against me’ when the ‘truth is inconvenient’
– Fauci allegedly misled Trump administration on gain-of-function research in Wuhan: Book
– Vapo columnist mocked for lecturing masked stranger in elevator: ‘Strong hall monitor energy’
– Cam Newton, eyeing NFL comeback, gets vaccinated against COVID-19: report
– Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker delays COVID vaccine deadline for some state employees
Must read today:
– Washington soldier signs out one last time, tells Inslee he can kiss ‘my A-‘
– Soros-backed Dem prosecutor calls for jail for father who claims sexual assault at school
– Aaron Rodgers trolls Bear fans after game-cleaning TD run
– Gates claims Biden is wrong on top foreign policy issues for decades
– House of Representatives employee accused of child porn
– Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker got engaged
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some parting words
Granthshala News’ Tre Gaudí urges Congress on Sunday Republican “Set aside your differences and ambitions long enough to restore balance to history and the American people” as the country looks forward 2022 mid-term elections.
“The good thing about democracy is that there is always another election on the horizon,” said the host.Sunday Night in America“If the past is prelude, then election night 2022 will be a long Democrats. History tells us this is what voting tells us in the present. Democrats are facing many difficulties, the pandemic is still here, the economy is crumbling… people are worried about borders and crime and education.”
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