Yesterday was the the Mass State Police Graduation, and from the looks of the video it appears as if Charlie Baker was the only person in attendance who wasn’t wearing a mask.
This was a day before the “law” was put into effect, which wasn’t voted on by anyone, mandating masks in public. Apparently his policy is “masks for thee, but not for me.”
He did have it on at one point, but he took it off the moment he went to speak and put it in his pocket.
He never put it back on after that. Other troopers who spoke had their masks around their neck at least, which also defeats the purpose of wearing one.
Notice that while the woman was signing the National Anthem Charlie Baker could’ve put his mask back on, but chose not to.
The only who who at least pretended that there was a purpose to wearing the mask was the woman who sang the anthem, because she not only kept it on while she was singing, she also socially distanced herself from the microphone.
But she didn’t have gloves on, so she’s probably going to kill her grandmother the next time she sees her by Charlie Baker’s logic.
Charlie Baker is a hypocrite and a fraud, but he isn’t dumb. He kept his mask off because he knows how useless and pointless they are. He’s just drunk on power and orgasms in his pants when he sees his high approval ratings after making up laws like this and getting applauded by the Karen Super PAC for “saving lives.”
Charlie Baker is a fraud and an empty suit. Don’t listen to or pay attention to anything he says. If you want to wear a mask then wear a mask. If you don’t, then just say you have asthma if anyone asks. Because only a complete fool believes that masks save lives.
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