Bidens caught violating DC mask mandate at posh Georgetown restaurant
バイデン大統領 and first lady Jill Biden were caught violating Washington, D.C.’s indoor mask mandate by walking through a high-end Georgetown restaurant without masks on Saturday.
The maskless Bidens were recorded leaving Fiola Mare while flanked by masked Secret Service agents.
ワシントン, D.C.’s Democratic Mayor Muriel Bowser reinstated an indoor mask mandate in July amid the surge of the delta variant. The Bidens also violated Fiola Mare’s mask policy, which mirrors the city’s.
“Per CDC guidance and DC Mayor Muriel Bowser’s executive order, all individuals over age 2 are required to wear a mask indoors, 予防接種の状況に関係なく. Masks must be always worn while in our restaurants, except while eating and drinking. Thank you for understanding,” the restaurant’s ウェブサイト 言う.
Establishments that fail to enforce Bowser’s executive order face potential warnings, fines and the revocation of licenses, though the order also notes: “The enforcement provisions of this Order shall not be applied to persons in the federal government or legislative branch of the District government while those persons are on duty.” トップストーリーの詳細については、ここをクリックしてください.
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Comedian Jon Stewart said the media’s hyper-focus on former President ドナルド・トランプ is a mistake and that casting him as an “incredible supervillain” distracts from other threats.
前者 “デイリーショー” host told CNN’s Jake Tapper in an interview airing Sunday that political pundits are “間違いを犯す” blaming Trump for the country’s divisive discourse, arguing they should turn their focus to the threat posed by much larger institutions that have dangerously embraced “the idea that power is its own reward.”
“I think we make a mistake focusing this all on Donald Trump as if he’s … Magneto and some incredible supervillain that has changed the very nature and temperature of the U.S.,” Stewart said. “He’s just been an effective vessel, but he’s not singing new songs. … I think it’s a mistake to focus it all on this one individual and not to focus it more on the idea that power is its own reward whether it be in the financial industry or government. Power doesn’t cede itself, and unless we can figure out a better way to balance out that power … we’ll be vulnerable.”
スチュワート, who recently launched a new show, “The Problem with Jon Stewart,” said it’s time the media moves away from the idea that “autocracy is purely the domain of Donald Trump.”
“I think we all have a bit of a tendency to grant amnesty to people that are doing things that we would prefer, even if that means that they’re doing things that are slightly undemocratic,” he admitted. “So I think our focus unhealthily on this one individual comes at the price of systems and dynamics that have been in place long before this cat ever learned how to surf those waves.” 詳細はこちらをクリックしてください.
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NBC fact-checks Fauci’s fear that college football games would be COVID super-spreaders: ‘Never happened’
A report on NBC’s “今日” Saturday fact-checked 博士. アンソニー・ファウチ’s fear – made on its cable arm MSNBC – of a dramatic COVID-19 surge from crowded football stadiums, それを言って “never happened.”
NBC reporter Shaquille Brewster reported packed stadiums for sporting events have not become “super-spreader events” for the coronavirus.
“数週間, crowds in the tens of thousands, mostly unmasked, have sat side-by-side now cheering on their teams at the halfway point of the season,” Brewster reported. “All while doctors warned of games becoming potential super-spreader events. A frightening prospect at the time with hospitals already on the brink.”
Brewster cited Fauci’s theory that packed college games would lead to rising COVID cases during an appearance in September on MSNBC.
“But it never happened,” Brewster said, 追加する, “Cases are now in steep decline in every college football state across the south. Including Florida, where hospitalizations fell 64 percent last month, even as some 90,000 fans packed the [フロリダ大学] Gators’ stadium.”
“It definitely gives me less anxiety at that time as I see an increased number of vaccinated people. And a decrease, in the dwindling numbers. 確かに,” 博士. Hiren Pokharna said. 詳細はこちらをクリックしてください.
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SOME PARTING WORDS
フォックス・ニュース’ Trey Gowdy on Sunday urged congressional 共和党員 に “put their differences and ambitions aside long enough to let history and the American people restore balance” as the country looks ahead to the 2022 中間選挙.
“The good thing about democracy is there is always another election on the horizon,” the host said on “アメリカの日曜日の夜.” “If past is prologue, Election Night 2022 will be a long one for 民主党. History tells us that, polling currently tells us that. The Democrats are facing several headwinds, the pandemic is still here, the economy is sputtering … people are concerned about the border and crime and education.”
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