Vice President Kamala Harris has used child actors in the past to push her radical agenda. This time pushing Green New Deal policies at a public school with masked kids while Harris cackles without one.
The least popular vice president in modern history paraded around Thomas Elementary School in Washington, D.C. Monday to tout the Biden administration’s plan to make public schools more energy efficient.
Democrat Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams was lambasted in February after also posing for a photo maskless with a group of masked schoolchildren.
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 in February.
“Rules for thee, but not for me. That’s the motto of the Democrat Party,” national radio host Todd Starnes wrote in an op-ed on Abrams.
Abrams apologized on CNN saying, “I took a picture and that was a mistake. Protocols matter and protecting our kids is the most important thing and anything that can be perceived as undermining. That is a mistake and I apologize.”
Many were quick to the similarity between Abrams and Harris’ latest show of hypocrisy.
“This is the future Democrats want,” said Republican National Committee rapid response director Tommy Pigott of the hypocritical image.
“In the Democrats’ anti-science dystopia, the only person who doesn’t need to wear a mask is Kamala Harris,” he added.
“Kamala Harris: Rules for thee but not for me,” Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) wrote.
Masks for thee but not for me!— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) April 4, 2022
Kamala Harris, unmasked, poses for pictures surrounded by masked kids pic.twitter.com/Do7tkNVrDD