The Shameful Biden White House: 'Rules For Thee But Not For Me'

Written By BlabberBuzz | Tuesday, 30 November 2021 21:45

First lady Jill Biden was seen reading to children at the White House Monday without a mask.

A video posted by CSPAN reveals the maskless first lady reading in the State Dining Room to second graders from Malcolm Elementary School in Waldorf, Maryland, who were all forced to wear masks and sit distanced from one another.

"Did you get money under your pillow from the tooth fairy?" she asked the children. "Yeah? How much did you get?"

One of the children said they received $1, while another child announced they got $100.

"Wow, I'm gonna come sleep at your house," the first lady stated. "I think I got a quarter."

The first lady read her children's book. Don't Forget, God Bless Our Troops based on her late son, Beau.

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The video reveals that Martin and Chris Kratt from PBS's Wild Kratts entertained the children while not wearing masks.

Biden was seen earlier this month without a mask at a Texas Children's Hospital event in Houston, where she received, in close proximity, many attendees with handshakes.

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Meanwhile, holiday decorations revealed Monday for Joe and Jill Biden's first White House Christmas, honor frontline workers who persevered throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Nurses, doctors, teachers, grocery store workers, and others are acknowledged in this year's gigantic Gingerbread White House, which was made into a 350-pound (158.76 kilograms) gingerbread village with the addition of a school and police, fire, and gas stations, as well as a hospital, a post office, a grocery store, and a warehouse, to acknowledge workers who remained on the job.

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Few people are will see the decked-out mansion in-person this year, with public tours still halted because of the ongoing threat from COVID-19. Videos, photos, and other details are available at WhiteHouse.gov/Holidays.

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"Gifts from the Heart" is the theme.

In comments thanking volunteers for decorating, the First Lady said that the vision behind her theme, speaking of unity and her view that everyone comes together around faith, family and friendship, gratitude and service, and love for one's community.

"For all of our differences, we are united by what really matters," she announced. "Like points on a star, we come together at the heart. That is what I wanted to reflect in our White House this year. In each room, we tell a story of gifts from the heart."

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the White House holiday season in many ways, yet it remains unclear how parties and receptions may be tweaked to compensate for it.

White House press secretary Jen Psaki has announced parties will be held, though they will be "different" from past years. Many indications will come Wednesday when the President and first lady and Vice President Kamala Harris and her husband, Doug Emhoff, light a menorah to celebrate Hanukkah. Emhoff, who is Jewish, helped light the National Menorah on the Ellipse on Sunday.

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