At this point even the idiots championing for masks and lockdowns aren’t following their own mandates:
Pelosi’s Vain Reason for Violating the Very Coronavirus Rules She Championed
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) visited a hair salon in San Francisco on Monday despite the Wuhan coronavirus regulations that closed salons throughout the city. Salons in Pelosi’s district have been closed since March when the pandemic began.
According to a video obtained by FoxNews.com, Pelosi visited eSalon for a wash and blowout. In the footage, Pelosi is seen in a salon cape, with wet hair and no face mask.
According to coronavirus rules in California, stylists aren’t allowed to blow dry inside a building.
The owner of the salon, Erica Kious, decided to share the footage because of the double standard.
“It was a slap in the face that she went in, you know, that she feels that she can just go and get her stuff done while no one else can go in, and I can’t work,” she explained.
But hold on. We’re just getting to the best part. The person yelling at us constantly to wear masks or else we’re killing grandma didn’t even bother to wear a mask:
One of the biggest things the salon owner couldn’t believe: that Pelosi didn’t wear a mask.
“We’re supposed to look up to this woman, right?” Kious said. “It is just disturbing.
”What’s sad is Kious is a single mom with two kids and no income. She attempted to reopen her business by making sure chairs were six feet apart, plexiglass partitions were installed between all the sink washing and hair cutting stations. They’re not allowed to perform services outside because the salon tends to do color and chemicals cannot be used outside.
“We have been shut down for so long, not just me, but most of the small businesses and I just can’t – it’s a feeling – a feeling of being deflated, helpless and honestly beaten down,” she told Fox News. “I have been fighting for six months for a business that took me 12 years to build to reopen. … The fact that they did this, and she came in, it’s like a slap in the face.”
Which, for the more astute observer, is not new.
Cuomo flaunted his own rules multiple times:
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo was recently spotted in Georgia violating the mask and social-distancing rules he has imposed upon his own state.
… And Gov. Phil Murphy:
New Jersey is one of the final hold outs for the stay-at-home orders, which were just announced to be ending earlier this week. Before then, outdoor gatherings were limited to a maximum of 25 people, with proper social distancing being required. The rules Gov. Murphy put in place didn’t stop him from a large Black Lives Matter protest in Hillside, NJ, which certainly involved more than 25 people, highlighting the march with pictures on his twitter account.
… And Gov. Ralph Northam:
Ralph Northam has had a hard time following his own mask regulations in Virginia. The current rules in Virginia state that cloth face coverings, be it face masks or bandanas, are required in public settings. Northam was photographed on Virginia Beach boardwalk, not wearing a mask and standing well within six feet of other people, just one day after suggesting he’d make wearing masks mandatory for Virginians.
… And Gov. Gretchen Whitmer:
Governor Whitmer became very unpopular with draconian and arbitrary rules for stay-at-home orders. The state is still under lockdown, one of the last states to continue with the measures.
Over Memorial Day weekend, intrastate travel was strongly discouraged, with Whitmer imploring Michigan residents to not take the recent decrease in restrictions as a cause to travel. However, her husband was caught attempting to have their boat taken out of storage in Traverse City, a lakeside city three hours away from her home in Lansing. When told he was unable to get his boat out that weekend, he asked if his wife being the governor would make a difference.
While no one really knows whether the Whitmers actually were able to travel that weekend, or whether the trip was intended for just her husband, it is clear that the governor’s family believes a different set of rules apply to them compared to the rest of Michigan. Whitmer claims her husband planned to “rake leaves” at the lake that holiday weekend.
… And Gov. Tom Wolf:
In Pennsylvania, much of the state is under “yellow phase’” restrictions, in which large gatherings of more than 25 people are prohibited. One of those counties is Dauphin, which houses the city of Harrisburg. Interestingly, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf and substantially more than 24 others marched in protest of gun violence and racism in Harrisburg last week. Wolf even posted about it on twitter.
And all of the others.
It’s all politics. None of this is real.
The virus exists. But it’s not nearly as threatening as the hysteria makes it out to be.
This is especially obvious when we finally received a more realistic look at the true death count. Less than 10k have died solely because of COVID as of Sept 1. That’s 6% of the total COVID deaths. 94% had other issues.
All others had contributory factors (which, when you look at the list, are quite severe and would have likely killed them on their own):
Only 6% of coronavirus deaths in the United States mention COVID-19 as the only cause, while the remaining 94% of deaths with the virus had other “health conditions and contributing causes” as well, according to new data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
“For 6% of the deaths, COVID-19 was the only cause mentioned,” says the CDC report. This comes to 9,683 deaths.
The top conditions contributing to deaths involving coronavirus disease include influenza and pneumonia, respiratory failure, hypertensive disease, diabetes, vascular and unspecified dementia, cardiac arrest, heart failure, renal failure, intentional and unintentional injury and poisoning, the report shows.
We shut down the economy, forced masks that don’t do shit, built an army of mask-enforcement Karens, and entered into a draconian state of leadership all because 10k (likely all seriously old) people died from a cold-similar virus over the course of over half a year.
This is going to go down as the greatest scam in American history when all is said and done.
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