New York Dem Leader Who Partied Maskless Says We Should Learn From Fauci
First, it was Governor Newsom in California caught partying maskless, with no social distancing, in a party of 12 at a restaurant. Along with the CEO of the California Medical Association.
Now it's the turn of New York City's Democrat bigwigs to be unmasked.
Photos of a celebration for Carlo Scissura, head of the powerful construction trade organization New York Building Congress, show revelers in close quarters without masks.
Attendees included Deputy Brooklyn Borough President Ingrid Lewis-Martin and former Brooklyn Democratic Party Chairman Frank Seddio.
In one image, about two dozen people are seen mingling with one another in an ornate dining area while celebrating Scissura’s 50th. Only two of them are visibly wearing masks.
In another shot, there are a dozen people crammed in the dining area, with just one person wearing a mask. Seddio can be seen in the background chatting with Lewis-Martin — neither of them with a mask.
And not one of those Chassidic Jews, whom Democrat bosses were blaming this surge on, are in sight.
Meanwhile, Lewis-Martin had been honoring Fauci.
"We are recognizing heroes today living heroes who should be enshrined in the history books who our young people should learn from," Deputy Borough President Ingrid Lewis-Martin said.
Just not our Democrats. Though considering Fauci's own erratic masking habits, maybe she did learn from him.