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Biden Violates Nantucket Indoor Mask Mandate, Caught On Video Shopping Maskless

New variant? What new variant?

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Despite the recently reintroduced indoor mask mandate in Nantucket, Joe Biden was seen shopping maskless.

It wouldn’t have captured too much attention if it weren’t for his incessantly screaming from the podium that masks are absolutely necessary for “ending” the Covid pandemic.

While in Murray’s Toggery Shop, Biden was filmed inside the store by a passerby with the sign prominently posted on the storefront that read “Required Face Covering.” The mask is looped around both of his ears and pushed underneath his chin.

Biden was caught on film disobeying the mask mandate just a few hours after he was briefed on the shiny new Covid variant, Omicron.

Everyone else seen in the store and lined up outside were wearing masks.

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He later walks out of the store holding a drink. White House press secretary Jen Psaki will undoubtedly say that the mask was only off “momentarily” while he took a drink, even though the captured video proves otherwise.

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Biden has previously violated mask mandates in DC in October while out to dinner with his wife, and again in November while talking to people maskless before putting it back on for a photo op.

This piece was written by Leah Anaya on November 27, 2021. It originally appeared in RedVoiceMedia.com and is used by permission.

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