2021’s ultra-exclusive Met Gala featured A-list celebrities showing off their outlandish fashion statements, but every outfit had one thing in common: Not one Hollywood darling had on a mask.
Despite New York City’s restrictive mask mandate, which requires everyone over the age of two to wear a face covering when outside of their home, a slew of famous faces, including the smug mug of the state’s radical leftist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, appeared bare for cameras.
“A pathetic self-aggrandizing hypocrite,” Conservative radio host Megyn Kelly tweeted about Ocasio-Cortez. “Meanwhile our kids are muzzled & six feet apart all day long while trying to learn but she & these other ‘Rules for Thee but Not for Me’ pols can parade around maskless & in top of each other at the Met Gala bc, SCIENCE.”
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) September 13, 2021
Celebrities were reportedly required to wear masks indoors, except while eating and drinking, but not on the red carpet while they were surrounded by masked paparazzi and various servants with face coverings.
How can you tell the elite from the peasants?
The peasants have to wear masks. pic.twitter.com/ocHOqjaehN
— Megan Basham (@megbasham) September 14, 2021
New York City requires patrons to show proof of vaccination to be allowed entry into indoor spaces, and the Met Gala, which was held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, allegedly made attendees show proof of full vaccination and a negative PCR test prior to entry.
“Notion that you don’t need to be masked at the #MetGala because everyone is vaccinated flies in the face of every public health proclamation of past 2 months,” said Yale professor Dr. Howard Froman. “This ‘let them eat cake’ cartoon would be funny if not compounded by the ‘tax the rich’ subtitle.”
AOC, who literally wore a dress that read, “Tax the Rich,” has been hit with an ethics complaint by the American Accountability Foundation, who claim the Democratic Representative broke House rules by accepting free $35,000 tickets to attend the gala, which they classified as “an