San Francisco requires toddlers to mask up at school but its Democratic mayor was caught breaking her own mask mandate while partying at a packed nightclub

Sep 17th

"Forcing people to wear face masks in as many situations as is practically feasible" has become the Democratic national pastime over the last year. But "not wearing masks while forcing everyone else to wear them" is surely a close second, as we've seen with many Democrats ranging from Nancy Pelosi to Gavin Newsom to, this week, San Francisco Mayor London Breed:

Music fans at San Francisco's Black Cat nightclub in the Tenderloin, many of them maskless — including Mayor London Breed — were treated to a surprise reunion by one of the Bay Area's most popular R&B acts on Wednesday, Sept. 15.

As part of the venue's Jazz @ the Edge Festival that launched last month, Oakland's Raphael Saadiq and D'Wayne Wiggins — two of the three original members of the chart-topping group Tony! Toni! Toné! — did an impromptu late night performance of "Let's Get Down," the hit single from the East Bay trio's platinum-selling fourth studio album, 1996's "House of Music..."

Breed — who had a table of drinks in front of her and was often holding one — spent the night dancing, singing along and posing for photographs without a face covering.

Amazing. It's so nice to see a hard-working elected official get out and enjoy the nightlife, you know?

However, so long as she's okay with going maskless around a ton of other maskless people in a tiny jazz bar for hours on end, maybe she could kinda consider not forcing little kids to cover their faces with damp pieces of cloth for eight hours a day?

Maybe? Is that too much to ask? Maybe that's too much to ask.

Hope the jazz was good, Miss Mayor!


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