Biden savagely mocked for return to indoor masking, but it gets even more BIZARRE

The unpredictable, often bizarre mannerisms of the Biden White House were on full display Tuesday following the news that first lady Jill Biden tested positive for COVID-19, and to the surprise of no one, 80-year-old President Joe Biden was at the center of the latest controversy.

White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said on Tuesday the president will return to wearing masks indoors for the foreseeable future, even though most rational people have finally accepted the fact that masks offer little protection.

“I can tell you that the first lady is experiencing mild symptoms and will remain in Delaware for the week,” Jean-Pierre said. “President Biden tested negative last night for COVID-19 and tested negative again today. He’s not experiencing any symptoms. As far as the steps he is taking since the president was with the first lady yesterday, he will be masking while indoors and around people in alignment with CDC guidance.”

“As has been the practice in the past, the president will remove his mask when sufficiently distant from others indoors and while outside as well,” she added.

While bad enough that the White House chooses to engage in fearmongering by advocating for an ineffective mitigation effort, Biden would make a mockery of KJP’s mask declaration by flouting it later in the day at a Medal of Honor ceremony in the East Room.

The Covid-exposed president was wearing a black KN-95-style mask when he entered the room but took it off to deliver his remarks. Without putting the mask back on, Biden then went to stand next to retired Army Capt. Larry Taylor for several minutes as the citation for his award was read aloud, before fastening the medal around Taylor’s neck and shaking his hand.

And if that wasn’t bizarre enough, Biden would abruptly leave the room before the ceremony was over, blowing off the closing benediction.

Here’s a quick sampling of responses to the story as seen on X:

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