Apparently, federal mask laws don’t apply to billionaire Democrat hypocrites.
Last weekend, we traveled from Detroit, MI to Charleston, SC. In Detroit, security officials will hunt you down and threaten you for not properly wearing a face mask over your mouth and nose. The loudspeaker in the airport repeatedly blasts warnings about those who refuse to properly wear their face masks in the airport and on the airplane. “If you violate the federal mask law, you will be removed from the airport or aircraft for non-compliance,” they warn. The same warning is repeated several times once passengers are seated on the flight.
But do the rules apply to everyone? What happens if you’re an arrogant Democrat billionaire who’s part of the Biden regime? Do you have to follow the same rules as the little people who sit in coach class on the plane? According to photos that were captured of Biden’s climate czar, John Kerry, in Boston Logan International Airport, the federal law most certainly doesn’t apply to him.
Washington Free Beacon reports- White House climate envoy John Kerry was photographed without a face mask while walking through Boston Logan International Airport on Monday morning—the second time he has been snapped apparently flouting the mask mandate during air travel this year—according to photographs obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.
In photos, Kerry can be seen walking through an airport body scanner without wearing a mask. The source who provided the photos said they were taken at 11:41 a.m. on Monday at Logan Airport.
A spokeswoman for Logan Airport told the Free Beacon that masks are required “any time someone is inside the airport or on an aircraft,” including during security screening, in accordance with the TSA mandate.
Biden implemented the TSA airport mask requirement through an executive order in January. As part of the mandate, TSA said it would recommend a $250 fine for first-time violators and an up to $1,500 fine for “repeat offenders.”
Kerry denied breaking the mask mandate in March, after photos of him going maskless on an American Airlines flight were published by the Tennessee Star.
“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.”