Clay: Vaccination And Masking Hypocrisy Hits Hollywood

We are seeing a big difference in who is expected to wear masks (regular people) and who isn’t (celebrities and politicians). Nowhere was that more evident than at the Emmys.

The same goes for vaccination. For instance, the NBA is forcing all of its employees to show proof of vaccination. Everyone but the players, that is.

As OutKick founder Clay Travis says, this is a form of vaccination segregation.

“There was a statement put out in LA County that basically said actors and actresses have a different standard, because of their jobs, than all of you simpletons out there,” Clay says. “The Emmys is considered to be a performance. And because it’s considered to be a performance, no one attending the Emmys has to wear a mask.”

In other words, masks are important to protect you against the spread of COVID … but only when Hollywood’s elite say so.

“The hypocrisy here knows no bounds,” Clay says. “(Celebrities) don’t have to be wearing masks, even though young children — all children of all ages — are required to wear masks in LA schools.”

Round and round it goes, if it actually makes any sense … well, everyone knows. It doesn’t. At all.

For much more on this topic, check out Clay’s full take in the video below.

Written by Sam Amico

Sam Amico spent 15 years covering the NBA for Sports Illustrated, FOX Sports and, along with a few other spots, and currently runs his own basketball website on the side,

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