Chrissy Teigen and John Legend Want You to Stay Home During the Virus, But Here's What They Did Over the Holiday

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Chrissy Teigen and her husband John Legend are your typical celebrity liberal scolds. They think they know better than you how you are supposed to live and they are not shy about telling you so.

They’re a bit like Joe Biden, virtually always wrong, but seemingly completely lacking in self-awareness about how wrong they generally are.

The couple are, of course, part of the liberal scold machine when it comes to the Wuhan coronavirus. Stay home, don’t travel, they tell us, or you could kill grandma. Don’t you dare get together with anyone for the holidays!

Legend even encouraged people not to go to Church for Easter.

“We’re all in this together!” they claim.

But of course that isn’t true. Because folks like Teigen, Legend, Gavin Newsom, Lori Lightfoot and Gretchen Whitmer, just to name a few, are fine with preaching rules at you while they do whatever they want and violate them.

Let’s check what Chrissy Teigen was doing during the holidays.

You shouldn’t see grandma or grandpa, but Chrissy can get together with her mother, husband, the kids and cookbook writer Adeena Sussman, to celebrate Hanukkah for the first time (Teigen’s not Jewish).

From Times of Israel:

Last week, on the first night of Hanukkah, Sussman came over to fry up a storm for Teigen and husband John Legend, along with their kids, Luna and Miles, and Teigen’s mom, Pepper. [….]

“We had the most beautiful night full of gut laughing, 1,000-hour brisket, and latkes,” Teigen recounted, announcing that “applesauce is my new jam (HAHA get it)” and bragging about memorizing all the sides of the dreidel (especially the “shin”).

On top of the Hanukkah holiday, Teigen, Legend and their kids spent the Christmas holiday in St. Barts. They flew in, went on a boat, went shopping, kayaking, snorkeling, hiking with a variety of other people (unmasked) and to dinner, among their other activities.

According to the NY Post, the CDC has warned travelers to “avoid all nonessential travel to [the island],” and ranked the COVID-19 level “high.”

But that hasn’t stopped people like Teigen, Legend, Amy Schumer, Paul McCartney, Lionel Richie and even Canadian politician, Rod Phillips from going to the island.

Just remember however, we’re all in this together!

HT: Twitchy