MONTECITO, CA – It was a mask for thee but not for me Christmas celebrations at the mansion of Oprah Winfrey this year, as photos and videos Oprah captured and uploaded to Instagram throughout the month of December showcased her and her family/friends happily unmasked – while the house help wasn’t afforded such liberties .
One such post was from December 4th, where an unmasked Oprah was boasting about her Christmas decorations being set up along her stairs, which her servants – for lack of a better term – could be seen primping said decor while masked.
Oprah began showing off the enormous pine cone decorations affixed to one of the stair railings inside the mansion, regaling her online audience as to how they evoked childhood memories from when she grew up in Mississippi.
“I wish we could transfer the scent because it smells like a pine forest in here – because there’s like five different pines here.”
Another Instagram post from December 24th showed Oprah and others welcoming the arrival of several guests, with the post being captioned with how she demanded all house guests be jabbed, boosted, tested for COVID, and then quarantining on top of that before they can gain entry.
“Everyone who is spending Christmas at my house has to be vaccinated, boosted, tested, and quarantined. Stedman calls it ‘The Policy’ cause I’m that serious about it. This was release day for our bubble, and we knew we had to throw a welcome celebration for Baby Luca, who none of us had met yet!”
Alicia Powe noted in her report in the Gateway Pundit, the display from Oprah is emblematic of the “two-tiered system” that Powe charges as being “a trademark of all evil, totalitarian, corrupt systems. Masks are for the little people.”
We at Red Voice Media  have previously reported instances where this sort of double-standard being displayed by mask advocates transpires, such as the case where Democratic Congresswoman Maxine Waters was photographed on a flight on United Airlines earlier in December without adorning a mask.
This piece was written by Gregory Hoyt on December 26, 2021. It originally appeared in RedVoiceMedia.com  and is used by permission.