COVID rules are for serfs, not celebrities | The Elite Know there is NO Pandemic | It is all theater
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None of the passes given to the elite apply to us plebs
Ella Emhoff, stepdaughter of the Vice President, and actress
Julia Garner pose on the Met Gala in front of a coterie of
Amid the ridiculous outfits at the Met Gala last night,
between the faux-socialist in her absurd ‘Tax the Rich’ dress
and whatever that was that Kim Kardashian was attempting,
stood a row of servants, masked.
The celebrities, of course, were not. If there’s one thing we
have collectively learned during the 18 months of this
pandemic is that the rules don’t apply to the rich and famous.
A year ago I wrote on this site about the open hypocrisy of
holding MTV’s Video Music Awards in New York City while
the rest of us were still largely forced into our homes. ‘Our
restaurants are only allowed to offer outdoor seating and must
close at 11 p.m. You cannot go out for drinks, unless you
order food as well. Gyms are closed. Movie theaters are
closed. Our schools may not reopen. Funerals must be
limited to close family only. Live concerts, even outside, are
not allowed. If a bar or restaurant offers live music they are
not allowed to charge a cover. The music must be incidental
to the dining experience. The city is in crisis.’
But it was August 2020, a chaotic time. It’s now September
2021 and little has changed. Vice President Kamala Harris’s
‘model’ stepdaughter Ella Emhoff posed for pictures at the
Met Gala with a mask on, then took it off. Her sequin mask,
of course, offered little protection from COVID anyway but it
continues to be galling that the rest of us have to engage in
COVID safety theater while the rich and famous don’t even
need to go through the motions.
Because the politicians and celebrities of the night are
denizens of the American left, excuses for their behavior were
swiftly made. But none of the passes given to the elite apply
to us plebs.
Sure, all the politicians and celebrities last night were
vaccinated. But in November 2020, you could watch Jennifer
Lopez grind up on Pitbull at the American Music Awards
while the rest of us were being told to skip Thanksgiving with
our families. There were no vaccines yet.
Today, all teachers in NYC schools, and in cities around the
country, must be vaccinated yet are still forced to mask. Being
vaccinated only makes invincible those with many zeroes in
their bank accounts.
‘But look, these celebrities only went maskless outside. They
had to wear masks indoors. Everyone knows wearing a mask
outside is silly,’ goes the argument. My five-year-old
continues to have to wear a mask for recess. Outside, still,
today. There is nothing anyone can say to make it make sense.
There is no logic or science behind the rule that kids must be
masked at all times, inside and out. Study after study has
shown that an unvaccinated child has lower risks than a
vaccinated adult. The real problem is that the child is not
Mayor Bill de Blasio also attended the gala with his wife and
son. ‘The message, the goals of this gala really celebrate
diversity and inclusion, the things we need to focus on, the
things that make this city great,’ he said. ‘And it’s important
that this is an event looked at around the country, around the
world. I wanted to support it because it’s another example of
New York City coming back strong.’ Diversity and inclusion,
but only for the rich and famous, obviously.
No one has done more to codify a different tier for the elites
than Mayor Bill de Blasio. In his city, only 37 percent of
black people and less than half of Hispanics have been
vaccinated. In the mayor’s Executive Order 225 he ordered
‘that a covered entity shall not permit a patron, full- or parttime
employee, intern, volunteer, or contractor to enter a
covered premises without displaying proof of vaccination and
identification bearing the same identifying information as the
proof of vaccination.’ Anyone doing any business indoors in
New York City must be vaccinated. 63 percent of black
people and 51 percent of Hispanics will be left out. So much
for diversity and inclusion.
The only exemptions in de Blasio’s Executive Order were
given to people who matter. Performers, athletes and, of
course, their entourages do not need to show evidence of
vaccination to work indoors in New York City. The rules are
not made for them.
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