In March, The Horn News brought you the news about Climate Envoy John Kerry, when he was caught on camera breaking the mask policy aboard a flight.
Months later, it seems he still believes he’s holier than thou.
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According to a Washington Free Beacon report, he was seen early Monday morning in Boston Logan International Airport without a mask again.
For the record, although mask-wearing is easing up around many parts of the nation, in most airports they remain an essential part of travel.
Boston’s largest airport is no exception.
Since as far back as January, President Joe Biden signed an executive order that the TSA require a mask mandate at “security checkpoints and throughout the transportation network.”
A supposed $250 fine is installed for 1st-time offenders, and up to $1,500 for repeating offenders.
But it’s highly unlikely Kerry faced such fines.
The latte liberal likely knew he could get away with something like this, and flaunted his status as a Biden cabinet member to skirt the rules.
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WFB spoke with an unnamed spokesperson regarding the incident, who maintained that the mandate remains intact. Few exceptions exist, such as those under the age of two, or those facing health risks for mask restrictions.
The spokesperson said that masks are clearly required “any time someone is inside the airport or on an aircraft.”
You can view the photos here of Kerry clearly breaking the mask mandate while going through TSA security checkpoint.
This of course isn’t the first time Kerry was caught at the airport without a mask…
In fact, for those who remember the incident, Kerry was aboard a plane without a mask!
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@TheTNStar Exclusive: Biden’s @ClimateEnvoy John Kerry, took off his mask as he settled into a book in his first-class seat just before takeoff today on an @AmericanAir flight Boston to DC. He was not eating, nor drinking. He was simply flaunting Biden’s mandatory mask policy. pic.twitter.com/t1wDq9OtxD
— ReporterMcCabe (@NeilWMcCabe2) March 17, 2021
He defended the March photo in a statement, saying “Let’s be clear: If I dropped my mask to one ear on a flight, it was momentary.”
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“I wear my mask because it saves lives and stops the spread.”
Sure you do, John.
The Horn editorial team