Liberal extremist and United States Representative Eric Swalwell had a profane meltdown after a Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene staffer told him that he no longer needs to wear a mask according to President Joe Biden.
Swalwell completely overreacted and proceeded to curse at the staffer.
According to senior staff writer with The Hill, Scott Wong, spokesman Nick Dyer told Swalwell: “Biden says you can take off your mask.”
Swalwell then confronted Dyer, getting in his face and saying: “You don’t tell me what to fucking do!”
Swalwell later whined on Twitter, claiming to be the victim of bullying.
“I had a mask on as I stepped off the Floor. An aide with @mtgreenee yelled at me to take my mask off. No one should be bullied for wearing a mask. So I told the bully what I thought of his order. Predictably, he went speechless. I regret I wasn’t more explicit,” he tweeted.
Swalwell, who claims to be an advocate for science, appears to not be following scientific advice at all. On Thursday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced that those who have received the vaccine no longer need to wear masks indoors.
The Daily Wire reported:
Under the new guidance, the CDC says Americans who have been fully vaccinated — those who received their final dose more than 14 days prior — don’t need to wear masks for most indoor or outdoor activities. CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky said the guidance update reflects new data and scientific literature.
“Anyone who is fully vaccinated can participate in indoor and outdoor activities, large or small, without wearing a mask or physically distancing,” Dr. Walensky told reporters in a virtual press conference on Thursday afternoon. “If you are fully vaccinated, you can start doing the things that we have stopped doing because of the pandemic.”
The CDC’s recommendations only apply to people who have been fully vaccinated, and don’t apply when inside of homeless shelters, corrections centers, health care facilities or in places where masks are required by law. Walensky also said immunocompromised people should consult with their physician on what they should do first.
She also warned “there is always a chance we may need to make a change to these recommendations” if things were to get worse. “But we know that the more people are vaccinated, the less cases we will have, and the less chance of a new spike or additional variants emerging,” she said.
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