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It is outright amazing what Democrats think that they can get with, and what some people let them get away with.

I have only left my house in the past year to go to the grocery store and for other various appointments that required my presence. If I wanted food from outside, picked it up using the no contact thing. Just for fun, I once tried the thing where they drop your groceries off at your house. Now that was cool..

Anyway, as a conservative, I can tell you this that if I were in any kind of elected position if I walked back into a restaurant because they forgot something thee would be liberals on the other end of the door ready to rake me over the coals for getting out of my car.

Then again, it’s all ok because Papa Biden told them they didn’t have to do it right?

After House Democrats demanded a rule change meant to punish Republicans who refused to wear masks, one of their own became the poster child for coronavirus misconduct.

As Democratic Rep. Yvette Clark of New York was voicing her support for impeaching President Donald Trump on Wednesday at the Capitol, fellow Democratic Rep. David Cicilline of Rhode Island could not contain a sneeze any longer as he sat, masked, behind Clark.

Video of the moment shows Cicilline removing his mask to sneeze into his hand. The sponsor of Trump’s impeachment put his mask back on his face after drawing a glance from a lawmaker identified as Democratic Rep. Brenda Lawrence of Michigan.

Twitter pounced on Cicilline, who did not appear to use any hand sanitizer after sneezing into his hand or using it to readjust his mask. Cicilline’s behavior earned him special mention from Joshua Bote of SFGate.

“Remember first grade, when a teacher probably told you to make like a vampire whenever you sneezed or coughed? (For kids born after the year 2010, the point of reference is probably to do the ‘dab’ when you sneeze or cough.) Evidently, one Rhode Island Congressman never got the memo,” Bote wrote.

“With millions of people watching at home, demonstrating basic COVID-19 etiquette — even when you think no one is focused on you — is good practice. That goes double if you’re a Congressman whose peers have tested positive for the virus,” he wrote.

Cicilline’s behavior comes after the House was urged by Democrat Speaker Nancy Pelosi to adopt a rule to fine any member of Congress who does not wear a mask. The first offense will cost a member $500. The second will carry a $2,500 fine. Fines cannot be paid from campaign funds or expense accounts.

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  1. neo

    Fines will be paid by taxpayer’s as ALWAYS….but only on Liberal cases…IF they are CHARGED/CAUGHT

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  2. GRIZZ MANN

    Seems that Democrats are more generous than I had thought. They want to share their gift from red China, the Wuhan Red Death.

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