Dr. Birx Warned Americans Not to Travel For Thanksgiving, But She Traveled For Thanksgiving

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White House coronavirus coordinator, Dr. Deborah Birx, traveled to meet family at her vacation home on Fenwick Island in Delaware during Thanksgiving after warning Americans to avoid doing the same. Birx claimed the family members were all part of her “immediate household,” but that is ot true. All of those family members who gathered together do not live in the same home. Speaking of Thanksgiving travel, the doctor previously urged Americans to “take it upon yourself to be restrictive” and not meet with people outside one household. Birx’s own relative Kathleen Flynn told the AP that her behavior had caused tension within the family, because she clearly had violated her own guidance.

California Gov. Gavin Newsom similarly was caught for his attending a dinner party at an upscale French restaurant on Nov. 6. San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo was caught attending Thanksgiving at his parent’s house. [Any questions?] -GEG

White House coronavirus response Dr. Deborah Birx traveled to meet family during Thanksgiving after warning Americans to avoid doing the same in yet another example of rampant COVID hypocrisy.

According to an Associated Press report, Birx traveled to her vacation home on Fenwick Island in Delaware the day after Thanksgiving to gather with her daughter, son-in-law and grandchildren.

Birx claimed the family members were all part of her “immediate household,” but all of those family members do not live in the same home.

The doctor had previously urged Americans to “take it upon yourself to be restrictive” when it came to Thanksgiving travel and not meet with people from outside one household.

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Marti Maurer
Marti Maurer
1 year ago

If Birx and Newsome actually believed that this virus was that deadly, they would not have done what they did!!