Emmys Pics Unmask Our Hollywood 'Betters' as COVID Hypocrites

Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys on the Red Carpet at tonight's Emmy Awards. Credit: Glenn Greenwald/Twitter

As we reported just a few days ago, San Francisco Mayor London Breed (D) was caught without a mask while partying the night away at a Bay Area nightclub, which she defensively tried to excuse away by saying they were all eating and drinking. The photos and videos of her showed how much of a bald-faced lie that was.


And it would have been tough to miss the hypocrisy of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) and her “message” dress at the Met Gala in Manhattan — and the very visible “help,” the little and unimportant people, who were forced to serve her and the other elite while fully masked-up.

Less than a week ago, California Gov. Gavin Newsom gloated over his ability to retain his powerful seat, and as our Brandon Morse reported, saw it as vindication of Democrats’ moral righteousness about imposing COVID mandates and job-killing lockdowns on the rest of us.

“Don’t be timid. Lean in,” he told CBS. “Because at the end of the day, it’s not just about formal authority of setting the tone and tenor on masks — on vaccines and masks. But it’s the moral authority that we have: that we’re on the right side of history and we’re doing the right thing to save people’s lives.”


But, funny thing, at tonight’s Emmy awards in Los Angeles, there was barely any sign of that “setting the tone and tenor on masks” or “doing the right thing” from the very people who insist that not wearing masks is tantamount to wanting to kill other people.

You can find the many, many receipts here. On the Red Carpet, preening and posing for the cameras in their designer duds, our Hollywood betters didn’t seem too bothered to go bare-faced for the world:

As Glenn Greenwald points out, at the end of both videos above, like at the Met gala, you can see the “help” has to wear masks.

Before anyone gripes that that the Los Angeles mask mandate is just for indoors — what’s this? Is she trying to killing someone with that hug?!


No masks or social distancing here:

Also, no mask here:

Or here:

Or, um, keeping a safe distance/masked at tables here:

But what about after they win? Surely, they put on their masks then. Nope.

Again, take a second look at this photo. The less privileged, the ones who work for them, have to wear face bags. But not them!


This is not how people who believe a deadly virus is raging across the country act. The clips and photos of them celebrating, partying it up, while they insist the rest of us must bend to government mandates and prove that we’re doing as they say and not as they do, tell the tale of their hypocrisy better than anything you could write.


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