Elite Liberal Royalty

If you are a member of the “elite liberal royalty”, you do not need to wear a mask when you are out in public.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi “forced” all beauty salons in San Francisco to close… except for the one she needs to get her hair done.

You can see her here without a mask in the beauty salon, but she thinks you need to wear a mask and quarantine. Also, you cannot go out and risk voting, it’s too dangerous.

If you say “Beetle juice” three times, beauty parlors will magically open for you.

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot shut down all beauty salons in her town… except for the one she needs to get her hair done.

Then there are the Fredo’s…

Just look at Andrew ”Fredo” Cuomo – others will be legally required to wear a mask – even when walking outdoors. But not if you’re a Cuomo

Then there is his brother Chris “Fredo” Cuomo who actually had the COVID19 virus and was observed out and about exploring the Hampton’s and super spreading the disease. Of course, he was very fast to criticize others for not quarantining.

Then there is his privileged daughter. She will wear a mask, but just for show. She doesn’t actually have to cover her nose like you do.

CNN Chris Cuomo, who tested positive weeks ago, turned his prime-time gig from the basement of his $2.9 million Southampton home into a freak performance piece: “Some nights he attempts to don the wartime mantle of his brother, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo; other nights he claims to be a broken man, relaying tales of shivering so hard he chipped a tooth, shedding 13 pounds in days, hallucinating conversations with his dead dad.”

Yet Chris, like fellow infected Hamptonite and self-important news personality George Stephanopoulos, has decided quarantine cannot and should not affect elites like him.

As lowly New Yorkers continue to heed Gov. Andrew “Fredo” Cuomo’s orders to stay indoors, at great personal and economic cost, his sick brother decided there was no better time than cruise around East Hampton while sick with COVID.

There was literally no reason for “super spreader” Chris “Fredo” Cuomo to be there. Yet he was infuriated when a 65-year-old “nobody” man riding his bicycle maintaining social distance stopped and called Cuomo out.

“Your brother is the coronavirus czar, and you’re not even following his rules, unnecessary travel, ” the man, identified only as David said. Cuomo’s response? “Who the hell are you?! I can do what I want!”

No statement better sums up the general attitude and demeanor of the super-wealthy and famous out here in the best of times: “I’m somebody. You’re nobody. The rules don’t apply to me.” 

Of course, we should also exempt the Liberal Elites who order us around from “non-essential travel”, like Mayor Bill DeBlasio and his crazy wife.

Or the notorious, mid-octogenarian Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Supreme Court justice who delivered a stunning “rebuke” to her liberal friends over the weekend by recklessly officiating at a wedding WITHOUT A MASK during the global pandemic.

After the bride, Barb Solish, tweeted a photo of the mask less lib justice officiating the wedding, at least one Twitter user expressed anxiety over the potential consequences for the future of Western civilization.

“Honestly … the ramifications of her getting sick at a wedding (which has been happening) could be catastrophic,” wrote Twitter user Salty John. “Seeing this is the scariest thing I’ve seen all week. Congratulations, but I hope you didn’t just destroy Western civilization for a cool wedding photo.”

Solish, who married Danny Kazin, an executive at the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, attempted to calm the mob of terrified libs. “Don’t worry, we tested negative!” she tweeted vaguely, declining to clarify the meaning of “we.” The ordinarily vigilant media, meanwhile, have for some reason been hesitant to sound the alarm.

It wasn’t the first example of Ginsburg’s blasé attitude toward coronavirus restrictions. While most Americans are still unable to go to the gym, RBG and her personal trainer have continued working out together in the Supreme Court’s private gym.

Rules for thee but not for me.

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