First Lady Jill Biden was spotted maskless during a White House Christmas event for military families — while guests, including young children, were all required to wear them.
During the event, Biden read her own book, “Don’t Forget, God Bless Our Troops,” to a second-grade class from Malcolm Elementary School in Waldorf, Maryland.
The children were forced to wear masks and sit on cut out stars that were placed on the ground to make sure that they were socially distanced.
Jill Biden forces little children to mask and social distance at the White House while she does neither.
This is beyond stupid. This is a cruel and sick abuse to children for a Christmas celebration.
Share this to shame these wicked people. pic.twitter.com/fDLpd3ev6S
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) November 29, 2021
The First Lady did not wear a mask as she sat by the fireplace to read to the children. She was not seen wearing one at any point during the event.
“In the story, written by Jill Biden, a young girl Natalie comforts her brother ‘Hunter’ while her father is deployed overseas,” Breitbart News reports. “The children’s book she wrote was inspired by her granddaughter Natalie and Hunter, children of Biden’s son Beau Biden.”
The discussion about how the wealthy and elite are often seen maskless while the public are forced to have their faces covered picked up steam after the 2021 Met Gala.
In an article on the issue from Glenn Greenwald, titled The Masking of the Servant Class: Ugly COVID Images From the Met Gala Are Now Commonplace, he wrote “the normalization of maskless elites attended to by faceless servants is grotesque.”
“Even with all of this deceit and manipulation, there is something uniquely disturbing — creepy even — about becoming accustomed to seeing political and cultural elites wallowing in luxury without masks, while those paid small wages to serve them in various ways are forced to keep cloth over their faces,” Greenwald wrote. “It is a powerful symbol of the growing rot at the core of America’s cultural and social balkanization: a maskless elite attended to by a permanently faceless servant class. The country’s workers have long been faceless in a figurative sense, and now, thanks to extremely selective application of decisively unscientific COVID restrictions, that condition has become literal.”