Last weekend, we had a bit of an epiphany: we realized that the federal mask laws do not apply if you just happen to be a billionaire Democrat politician, you know, such as John Kerry.
Our crew noticed this last weekend when we traveled from Detroit, MI, to Charleston, SC. In Detroit, they will literally go medieval on you if you aren’t wearing a mask. They will also be in Detroit and they will threaten to hunt you down and make your life very difficult if you don’t wear a face mask over your nose, mouth, and the rest of your face. The loudspeaker in the Detroit airport will repeatedly blast warnings regarding this, saying things such as, “If you violate the federal mask law, you will be removed from the airport or aircraft for non-compliance,” and they repeated that warning over and over again ad nauseum once the passengers are finally seated on the flight.
But do the rules apply to everyone? Apparently, they don’t. Just ask one John Kerry, who is normally working as President Biden’s climate change czar. Just look at his actions, and you will realize that the answer is no, the rules only apply to the little people. Kerry’s latest “let them eat cake” moment happened when he was caught without his mask in Boston’s Logan Airport. The White House climate envoy was caught for the second time thumbing his nose at the mask mandate; in March he was yet again caught without his mask. In the latest photos, Kerry can be seen not only in the airport without his mask, but even walking through airport body scanners without it!
Of course, like any other seasoned politician, Kerry simply went ahead and denied that he broke the mask mandate, running the risk of some heavy fees in the process (oh wait, he’s a Democrat, so nothing will happen) “Let’s be clear: If I dropped my mask to one ear on a flight, it was momentary,” Kerry wrote in a Twitter post on March 17. “I wear my mask because it saves lives and stops the spread. It’s what the science tells us to do.” Oh brother. Kerry still hasn’t stopped talking out of both ends of his mouth I see.