Students in Los Angeles Unified School District are still suffering from mask tyranny while tens of thousands of adults in California have a free pass from the corporate media and other Covid-crazed critics to party it up in honor of the Super Bowl because it is politically convenient for Democrats.
While hundreds of unmasked, left-wing celebrities cheered on the Los Angeles Rams to victory during Super Bowl LVI at SoFi stadium in L.A. on Sunday night, students as young as 2 years old were forced by hypocritical politicians, health bureaucrats, and power-hungry teachers unions in the same city to wear face coverings for hours on end at local daycares and schools the next morning.
Plenty of parents and students in California have expressed outrage over prolonged masking in the state, especially as Democrats in other states, hoping to boost their 2022 midterm chances, are calling for the end of Covid protocols. Their calls to unmask kids and truly follow the science on Covid risk among children, however, have been largely ignored for two years by the same people who turned a blind eye to maskless hypocrites at this year’s Super Bowl.
Despite orders from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health and demands from the NFL that Super Bowl participants as young as 2 years old wear masks, virtue-signaling coastal elites, entertainment legends, Hollywood stars, politicians, and star athletes who preached masking throughout the pandemic all went bare-faced during the big game.
Fans and stars alike were gifted KN95 masks when they entered the stadium but the people, especially celebrities, who wore them were few and far between.
Among those caught without a mask were LeBron James, Magic Johnson, Mark Wahlberg, Sean Penn, The Weeknd, Matt Damon, Kevin Hart, Ellen DeGeneres, Ben Affleck, Jennifer Lopez, Kanye West, Drake, Martha Stewart, The Rock, Tracy Morgan, Justin Bieber, Hailey Bieber, Kendall Jenner, Adam DeVine, and more. The list goes on and on.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, a Democrat, was also caught without a face covering just one week after he claimed he held his breath when violating local mask orders at the NFC Championship game. At the time, Garcetti was posing for a photo with NBA star Magic Johnson.
Hip-hop icons such as Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, 50 Cent, Mary J. Blige, Eminem, and their performers also got away without masks during their crowded throwback halftime show.
These phony little tyrants pushed Covid rules when it was convenient for them but ditched the same rules when it wasn’t. Public officials, teachers unions, and politicians unwilling to give up their power claim they want to strap masks on kids for safety and Covid-19 prevention. The science and their actions, however, tell a different story.
For them, the end of the pandemic occurs when it’s not convenient for them any longer. While partying at what would have been smeared as a superspreader event not long ago was glossed over by the Covid-crazed media, making schoolchildren suffer for years in masks that hinder their social and linguistics development is still a useful agenda item that satiates teachers unions who largely donate to Democrat campaigns that give them what they want.
While California Gov. Gavin Newsom has toyed with finally rescinding some of his mask mandates for the Golden State, he’s holding out on behalf of teachers unions, which backed him during his recall election.
“They just asked for a little bit more time, and I think that’s responsible, and I respect that,” the governor said of teachers unions at a news conference last week.
California Democrats will cruelly keep children in masks and celebrities will keep supporting them so long as dollars keep flowing — but, of course, they can’t let that ruin a maskless Super Bowl celebration.