- White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany has criticized Joe Biden for not commenting on “super spread” celebrations in front of the White House on Saturday.
- “Where is JoeBiden calling for the giant Super Spreader event to be held on his behalf?” McEnany tweeted as images appeared of Biden’s celebrationers across the country
- McEnany’s tweet comes as celebrations erupted across the country after Joe Biden beat President Trump in the 2020 presidential election.
- The majority of Biden supporters do not appear out of society in their celebrations even though most wear face veils.
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White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany criticized Joe Biden for not commenting on the spontaneous “super-plane”; event in Washington DC on Saturday after he won the election.
“@JoeBiden is calling for big viral super events to be held on his behalf?” McEnany tweeted on Saturday, along with a video of thousands of Biden supporters gathering in front of the White House in glee.
Many of Biden’s supporters did not appear to be out of place from society during their celebrations, despite most wearing a face veil, White House footage showed on Saturday.
According to the official Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), everyone should wear a face veil and try to stand 6 feet or more away from others.
—Kayleigh McEnany (@kayleighmcenany) November 7, 2020
McEnany’s tweet comes as several major networks call the race for the Democratic nominee as soon as 11 a.m. ET on Saturday.
When the news broke, thousands of people flocked to the streets in cities, including New York City, Los Angeles and Washington DC, to celebrate Biden’s victory.
Videos posted on social media showed New York City exploding with cheers of joy and car horns after news broke.
—David Begnaud (@DavidBegnaud) November 7, 2020
Meanwhile, in Philadelphia – the city that helped Biden win – people were dancing in the streets as bands marched on.
Jubilant Americans also gathered in front of the White House to rejoice over Biden’s victory, opening champagne bottles, smashing pots, singing and waving flags.
—Mark Segraves (@ SegravesNBC4) November 7, 2020
McEnany is not alone in complaining about possible ultrasound events this weekend.
Daniel Grade, a Republican candidate who lost the Senate race to represent Virginia, tweeted: “Remember that once Democrat @Virginia punished me for ‘super viral event ‘We remember.’
Dana Lynn Loesch, a former National Rifle Association spokesperson, complained with the tweet: “The pandemic is over! The media has stopped calling the gatherings” the super spread event! “
—Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) November 7, 2020
During the 2020 campaign, President Trump held major live rallies and campaign events with some coronavirus preventive measures.
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According to a recent study by Stanford University economists, Trump’s election campaigns were linked to 30,000 coronavirus infections and “potentially resulted in more than 700 deaths.”
Biden, meanwhile, chose a different route, mainly focusing on driving gatherings or invite-only gatherings with small groups of people who are always out of society and always wearing headscarves. face.
According to a researcher at Johns Hopkins University, the COVID-19 pandemic is still very much alive, as the United States nears the 10 million mark.
More than 237,000 people have died from the virus in the country, tracking shows.