Former gubernatorial candidate and radio host Larry Elder spoke with Fox News’ Bill Hemmer on America’s Newsroom about the blatant hypocrisy and total absurdity of California’s mask mandates and COVID restrictions.
“If you go to a restaurant here in L.A. County you are supposed to show proof you’ve been vaccinated,” Larry Elder told Fox News’ Bill Hemmer on “America’s Newsroom.” “Walk in with a mask. Sit at a table, remove the mask. All servers are wearing masks. As you saw at the Super Bowl, 78,000 people not wearing masks, although remember the L.A. mayor wasn’t wearing a mask the other day at the NFC championship game. He was holding his breath. 78,000 people were holding their breath the entire game.”
“The whole thing is a joke,” Elder continued. “They were handing out N-95 masks for everybody entering the stadium. The only concession stand that didn’t make money was the facemask stands. Kids are going to school now and have to wear masks. Come July, a mandate that all kids have to be vaccinated and wear masks while the governor now is trying to ease the mandates, but he is caught between a rock and a hard place… I don’t know what the rules are.”
Nearly all celebrities and left-wing lawmakers were seen maskless at Super Bowl 56 at SoFi Stadium even though the venue mandates any event with more than 5,000 people requires masks indoors and out. Elementary school children are still required to wear masks in California.
Larry Elder on California mask mandate: The whole thing is a joke—Celebrities ditch masks at Super Bowl but kids in local schools must keep them onhttps://t.co/lZZAj5jfIa#WeveGotAStateToSave
— Larry Elder (@larryelder) February 15, 2022