Scores of Celebs Attended Super Bowl Maskless After Tweet-Shaming Americans Into Masking Up

Scores of Celebs Attended Super Bowl Maskless After Tweet-Shaming Americans Into Masking Up

Because you can’t be an elite Democrat-supporting leftist without being a hypocrite, Sunday’s Super Bowl in Los Angeles was attended by several of the most insufferable people on the planet who have Tweet-shamed Americans over mask mandates for months but who didn’t bother to don one for the big game despite a requirement to do so.

That includes, by the way, the City of Angels mayor whose regime implemented the mandate.

“Numerous celebrities and Left-wing politicians were out having a lovely time at this year’s Super Bowl in Los Angeles County, and they were notably without masks,” The Daily Wire reported Monday.

“SoFi Stadium, where the Super Bowl was played, has a rule that masks are required indoors and outdoors during events with more than 5,000 people. Among those partying it up maskless were Charlize Theron, Jennifer Lopez, Ben Affleck, Jay-Z, Ellen DeGeneres, Will Ferrell, Dwayne Johnson, a.k.a ‘The Rock,’ among others,” the outlet continued.

One Twitter user posted a compilation of photos showing the act of mass rebellion (and hypocrisy).

Other social media users lit up the platform noting that school kids in L.A. still are required to mask up while attending classes, while others pointed to celebrities’ patent flip-flopping on the issue.

For instance, Charlize Theron, in the recent past, posted to her Instagram a photo of her masked up while demanding everyone “were a damn mask” and “don’t be an a**.” But not so much while at SoFi on Sunday.

Theron was called out by feisty Arizona Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake.

“Any virtue-signaling mask-tyrants who ordered us and our kiddos to wear USELESS & filthy masks, should–as punishment–wear masks from here on out. Do you agree?” she wrote posting a side-by-side of Theron’s Instagram post and her appearance at the Super Bowl.

The Rock, a.k.a. Dwayne Johnson, has chastised political leaders in the past for arguing that it ought to be a personal choice to mask up — or not.

“Wear your mask. It baffles me that some people out there, including some politicians, will take this idea of wearing masks and make it part of a political agenda,” Johnson scolded in an Instagram video.

“It has nothing to do with politics. Wear your mask,” he continued. “It is a fact. And it is the right thing to do, not only for yourself, but for your family and your loved ones, and also for your fellow human beings.”

He, too, was ‘Maskless at SoFi.’


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L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti also ‘forgot’ his mask; and just last week, he was ridiculed like a boss when he was seen, at SoFi during the Los Angeles Rams’ conference championship win over the San Francisco 49ers, without a mask, telling residents he ‘held his breath’ when he was talking to a maskless Magic Johnson.

“Here’s the video of every celebrity without a mask during the Super Bowl. But every kid in California will have to be wearing them tomorrow in school. They must all be holding their breaths the entire game,” posted Clay Travis.

Is it any wonder why Americans don’t respect or trust these people anymore (if they ever did)?


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