Rules for thee, but not for me! DC's Democrat mayor says the lawmakers who attended the late John Lewis' funeral are exempt from self-quarantine restrictions. Normal people, on the other hand, face restrictions on the funerals they can have, mandatory quarantine, and all sorts of rules and restrictions. However, this Democrat mayor thinks just because people are lawmakers they are exempt.

The people at the funeral were congregated in a large group with some of the attendees NOT social distancing, and now they're not even required to self-quarantine. Democrats shamed President Donald Trump for having a rally, claiming that Herman Cain caught coronavirus there. But then Democrats go and do the same thing by having a large group at an event without social distancing. Hypocrite much? I think so!

Daily Wire jumped in with the details, saying that "according to the mayor’s July 24 order, titled “Requirement to Self-Quarantine After Non-Essential Travel During the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency,” any residents who travel to “high-risk” areas for “non-essential” reasons must self-quarantine for 14 days and monitor themselves for symptoms of the virus."

They then posted the order:
1. All residents and persons traveling to or from “high-risk areas” within the prior fourteen (14) days for non-essential travel must self-quarantine for fourteen (14) days following their return or arrival to the District.
2. Persons who are self-quarantining after non-essential travel must:
a. Stay at their residence or in a hotel room, leaving only for essential medical appointments or treatment or to obtain food and other essential goods when the delivery of food or other essential goods to their residence or hotel is not feasible;
b. Not invite or allow guests, other than caregivers, into their quarantined residence or hotel room; and
c. Self-monitor for symptoms of COVID-19 and seek appropriate medical advice or testing if COVID-19 symptoms arise.
3. Persons who are traveling through a “high-risk area,” such as through an airport or by vehicle, shall not be subject to this quarantine requirement.
Now this is in effect until October 9. The Daily Wire report continued, saying that "high-risk areas are “locations where the seven (7)-day moving average daily new COVID-19 case rate is ten (10) or more per one hundred thousand (100,000) persons.” By such a metric, the entire state of Georgia is considered “high-risk,” and a recent federal report listed it in the “red zone” because of its skyrocketing cases of the virus. Atlanta’s Fulton County averaged 228 cases per 100,000 people in the past seven days, according to most recent statistics from The New York Times."

If there's ever a time to call out a hypocrite, the time is now.