The old “rules for thee, but not for me” saying was once again on full display by a high-profile Democrat, which almost always seems to be the case when that particular phrase is mentioned.
Thanks to the observation of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), it appears as if House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) was once again caught with her cloth mask down around her chin inside of the House of Representatives — which is otherwise a grave violation that can land House Members huge fines.
But not if you’re the person who makes the rules.
.@SpeakerPelosi also agrees that cloth masks are clearly pointless except to be worn as a chin warmer, drool cloth, or accent to an outfit.
Here she is in the House chamber where she has the Sergeant at Arms fine any member $2,500 for wearing their mask like this.
— Marjorie Taylor Greene 🇺🇸 (@mtgreenee) November 12, 2021
Coming up on almost two years of Democrat-led, phony fear and hysteria over the COVID-19 pandemic, even top Democrats like Pelosi are seemingly exhausted over the mask rules — which have never been proven to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 like Democrats promised such rules would.
It turns out Pelosi is extremely lucky for not having to follow the very COVID-19 masking rules that she implemented in the lower chamber, as by now, she’d literally owe thousands of dollars in fines if she were punished.
It was only in July of this year, Fox News reported, that Pelosi lowered her mask for a photo op with a new incoming House member, which at the time was a clear violation of the rules — let alone the fact that in those moments of time, she put everyone else around her in utter danger, at least according to the fearmongers on the left.
Pelosi’s blatant rule violation came roughly 24 hours after she ordered Capitol Police to literally arrest anyone not in compliance with masking rules on the House side of the U.S. Capitol building, as Fox noted.
Images of Dems only masking up for the television camera is why tens of millions of Americans began ignoring the rules a long time ago, as it’s clearly nothing but Democratic theater.