In blue cities and states, rules only apply to taxpayers and citizens, not to welfare takers and illegals.
While New York City rolled out a ruthless crackdown, especially targeting the religious Jewish community, enforcing a mask diktat when walking outside, never mind when entering a facility, those rules don’t apply to Mayor Bill de Blasio’s base.
To help contain the spread of COVID-19, the city social service agency had plastered bluntly worded signs at the entrances of welfare offices across the five boroughs: “In order to enter this building, you must wear a face-covering or a mask.”
On Friday, the Human Resources Administration reversed course after a pair of clashes at a Bronx facility — ordering the signs to be taken down and declaring that clients who refuse to wear a mask would be allowed in.
Rules don’t apply to criminals and assorted other folks likely to be patronizing Bronx welfare offices. They only apply to the law abiding.
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