San Francisco Mayor Defends Partying Maskless — Says She Was 'Feeling the Spirit' and Had a 'Good Time' (VIDEO)


San Francisco Mayor London Breed is defending her night out partying without a mask, because she “had a good time” and it was a “monumental” event because R&B group Tony! Toni! Toné! was performing.

Children in San Francisco are required to wear masks and social distance all day at school under city mandates.

Mayor Breed was caught on camera partying it up at an indoor nightclub on Thursday evening.

Speaking to the press about the scandal, Breed gushed about the performance and blamed the “fun police” for making it into an issue.

“We don’t need the fun police to come in and micromanage and tell us what we should or shouldn’t be doing,” said Breed, who has implemented some of the strictest pandemic mandates in the nation.

Under the city’s mandate, people attending indoor performances and events must be masked unless they are eating or drinking. It also specifically says that “people are urged to be seated at a table or positioned at a stationary counter or place while eating or drinking.”

Apparently, this does not apply to Breed because she was “feeling the spirit.”

“My drink was sitting at the table,” said Breed. “I got up and started dancing because I was feeling the spirit and I wasn’t thinking about a mask.”

“No. I’m not going to sip and put my mask on, sip and put my mask up, eat and put my mask on,” said Breed. “While I’m eating and drinking, I’m gonna keep my mask off.

Meanwhile, the “fun police” will continue to enforce the rules for everyone else.

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11 responses to “San Francisco Mayor Defends Partying Maskless — Says She Was ‘Feeling the Spirit’ and Had a ‘Good Time’ (VIDEO)”

  1. Lv99_Mastermind says:

    As a trucker and veteran, and a homebody, I simply don’t understand; is it normal to go clubbing on a work night?

  2. Magster73 says:

    If I lived in California, thank god I don’t, the next time I hear a band is playing that I haven’t seen or heard in concert for over 20 years will play I would use the same excuse as she did.

  3. NotHitler says:

    I want to know why the music was so fucking trash

  4. Wolv256 says:

    Hey, here’s an idea… how about we try electing white males to positions of power again?

  5. pandusa says:

    Like I said, I guess they LIKE it. Hypocrisy works in California (especially “Nan Pelo” Francisco), should be their license plate slogan. Eureka ! The Golden Shower State…we don’t get pissed off,… we get pissed on.

  6. prcntm says:

    You know, I think I’m out of words to describe the feelings that have been building in me each time I hear about something like this. I really don’t understand why some people are literally getting arrested for taking their masks off to eat and drink while others can spend entire evenings elbow to elbow without masks and nothing happens. I know why it’s happening, but I can’t understand it.

  7. Dude05 says:

    My kids want to “feel the spirit” and “have a good time” at school. Fuck these people.

  8. Maiafay says:

    Sniveling hypocrite.