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Democrat New Orleans Mayor Caught Holding Maskless Ball After Reimposing Mask Mandate, Keeping School Kids Muzzled


Another day, another Democrat hypocrite.

Democrat New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell held a maskless ball Friday night after reimposing the city’s mask mandate at least through Mardi Gras on March 1.

Apparently the mask mandate only applies to the peasants.

“While we did not see perfect adoption of the guidelines in every instance over the weekend, we were encouraged overall by the level of masking and vigilance we saw on the parade route and at ball events.” – Mayor Cantrell’s spox said in a statement.

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The Louisiana Supreme Court last week denied requests for a restraining order after more than 100 plaintiffs asked the high court to hear their lawsuit over Cantrell’s Covid mandates.

Photos include New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell, city council members.

The Democrat hypocrites partied maskless.

Maskless karaoke and photo booth!

Meanwhile, children in New Orleans are forced to wear masks.

Fox News reported:

EXCLUSIVE: New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell was pictured partying maskless during an indoor Mardi Gras event Friday night, despite reinstating the city’s COVID-19 mask mandate for schools and indoor public spaces just weeks ago.

One hundred short videos taken at the Mayor’s Mardi Gras Ball at Gallier Hall were posted online before they were deleted following Fox News’ inquiries Monday. The videos, taken by a 360-degree photo booth, showed Cantrell singing karaoke maskless with two other women, who were also without masks.

Not a single person wore a protective facemask in the videos, which were taken down less than an hour after Fox News requested comment from Cantrell.

In a statement to Fox News, Cantrell spokesman Beau Tidwell admitted that there was not a “perfect adoption of the guidelines in every instance” over the weekend.

“The mask guidelines and the vaccination requirement will remain in effect thru Mardi Gras,” he said. “That has not changed and it will not change. Under the current guidelines, masks may be removed indoors while eating and drinking. While we did not see perfect adoption of the guidelines in every instance over the weekend, we were encouraged overall by the level of masking and vigilance we saw on the parade route and at ball events.”



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