OPINION: According to the LA Health officials, the Hollywood actors and actresses who didn’t wear masks at the Emmys didn’t violate the mask mandate because a notable exception was made for them for the event.
As long as the hired help wore masks, there was no need for the elite to wear masks. This past weekend, not every actor or actress wore a mask at the 73rd Emmys in Los Angeles. Meanwhile, every single person who was working the event was required to wear a mask.
LA Health officials claim unique protocols were put in place to protect the Hollywood elite. The protocols were to ensure the hired help were wearing masks while serving food and drinks.
According to the health officials, “exceptions are made for film, television, and music productions” since “additional safety modifications” are made for such events.
New: LA County Department of Public Health tells me that the mask-less Emmys were not in violation of the county's mask mandate because "exceptions are made for film, television, and music productions” since “additional safety modifications” are made for such events. pic.twitter.com/6S105zYjbJ
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Even though the American government is pushing for people to wear masks to protect themselves against the virus, it appears those rules don’t apply to the elite.
Supposed leaders of this country constantly tell us that we need to limit our lives while those limitations don’t apply to them. If Hollywood doesn’t need to mask up at a crowded event, then I shouldn’t have to mask up to do my normal day-to-day activities. The government can’t pick and choose who the rules apply to only when it helps to benefit their political agenda.
This opinion piece was written by Zach Heilman on September 21, 2021. It originally appeared in RedVoiceMedia.com and is used by permission.
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