Stacey Abrams, who has yet to concede the 2018 Georgia gubernatorial race, deleted a photograph that showed her sitting – unmasked – while surrounded by several dozen masked school children.
The photograph was taken at Glennwood School in Atlanta and posted to the Democrat’s social media platforms on Friday.
“Spending time with Glennwood’s amazing students, faculty and staff ranks as spectacular, delightful and outstanding,” the wanna-be romance novelist wrote on Twitter.
Abrams was seated on the floor grinning ear to ear while masked children sat uncomfortably around her. Perhaps she was holding her breath?
Yet another picture of an unmasked Democrat surrounded by masked children. This is at a Decatur, Georgia elementary school, where they have a district-wide mask mandate. #gapol #UnmaskOurKids https://t.co/36NRJkNmhV pic.twitter.com/GU7DgL2nIA— Kelley K ? * covid-georgia.com (@KelleyKga) February 5, 2022
For anyone thinking she was only maskless for this photo op, she was maskless in all the photos from the original tweet. Since she deleted the tweet, here they are: pic.twitter.com/huXWHVZRRW— Kelley K ? * covid-georgia.com (@KelleyKga) February 5, 2022
Dr. Holly Brookins, the principal of the school, also deleted a photograph of the moment — as did the Glennwood PTA.
“Extraordinary way to kick off the 3rd annual African-American Read-in at Glennwood and Black History Month,” the principal wrote.
Rules for thee, but not for me. That’s the motto of the Democrat Party.