Whoops! Magic Johnson posts pics of Cali Governor Newsom and mayors of San Fran and L.A. violating their own mask mandates at NFC Championship Game

Jan 31st

Must be nice to be one of the elites.

Proving once again that all of the hyper-Covid politicians are nothing but flaming hypocrites, this weekend's NFL Playoff game between the Los Angeles Rams and San Francisco 49ers featured celebrities and politicians flagrantly violating their own rules in public.

Former LA Lakers star, Magic Johnson, conveniently outed all of the hypocrites in one post on Twitter.

Magic posed with California Governor Gavin Newsom, and then with Mayor Eric Garcetti of LA and Mayor London Breed of San Francisco, all violating the very clear mask mandate from the city of Los Angeles:

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In Los Angeles County, everyone 2 years of age and older must wear a mask in all indoor public places and at outdoor Mega Events, whether they have been vaccinated or not.

Then there were some other elites and noticeable faces:

Maybe they missed the memo, even though it was put in giant letters on the Jumbotron throughout the game:

I think that an NFL playoff game easily qualifies as an "outdoor Mega Event" and, just to top it off, these elites are partying it up in a mostly enclosed private box.

I guess Covid can only spread among the lower-class people in the stadium. The clean air of the rich people's private box prevents them from getting Covid.

The hypocrisy did not go unnoticed:

These politicians are completely unaware of their own hypocrisy.

San Francisco Mayor and Tony! Toni! Toné! fan, London Breed, also outed herself on Twitter, even without the help of Magic Johnson.

Taking a selfie while openly flaunting the laws you support is peak leftist if you ask me.

The hypocrisy is not a surprise.

It's the willingness to openly scoff at the rules while still pretending it's about public health that does it for me.

Absolutely infuriating.


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