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April 13, 2023
Terry McAuliffe, former governor of Virginia, and current gubernatorial candidate for Virginia, was seen without a mask on a train, specifically requiring passengers to wear a mask.
McAuliffe was seen and photographed in a train station boarding and exiting a train without wearing a mask. The person who saw him called Fox News anonymously with a couple photos proving the story. There were photos of him maskless and on the phone both in the train station and getting on the train. The tipster said they were unsure if he wore a mask during the ride, but did see him getting off, and he was still maskless. Signs on the train said passengers were required to wear a mask unless they were eating or drinking.
The informant noted the irony in that McAuliffe is a Democrat and, like most Democrats, encourages people to wear masks. However, he seemingly refused to wear one. They said: “You have an individual who wants to be a leader of a state here in the United States, and it is an absolute double standard. You have to lead by example[…] whether you agree with it or not, it is easy enough to throw a mask on for a little while. It seems to be a constant – whether you’re the governor of California or a member of Congress, or someone running for governor of Virginia.”
They were referring to California Governor Gavin Newsom, who has been seeing dining indoors maskless, while mandating masks and banning indoor dining and most likely Nancy Pelosi, who got her hair done without a mask, while telling Americans to wear one.
A photo was recently posted around social media of the Democrats of the House and Senate moments before and after the camera began rolling. In the before photo, no one was wearing masks or maintaining a 6-foot social distance. In the after picture, everyone had put their masks on.
ARTICLE: RITA VOGT
MANAGING EDITOR: CARSON CHOATE
PHOTO CREDITS: NEW YORK POST