Cal Perry MSNBC

Official Hypocrites Of MSNBC

Jeff Katz
May 27, 2020 - 2:56 pm

You can always count on the media to lecture you about the things you should be doing during this pandemic while doing whatever they want because rules are for you common folk, not for them (see Chris Cuomo).

MSNBC perfectly exhibited this hypocrisy on Memorial Day as reporter Cal Perry reported live from Lake Geneva, Wisconsin and was shocked at how little people there seemed to care about the coronavirus:

That's the situation here. There doesn't seem to be any social distancing and not a lot of care when it comes to the coronavirus, Katy (Tur).

Towards the end of his lecture, Perry noted the low number of people wearing facemasks and pointed to a man walking by as an example. The man then immediately responded by calling out Perry's cameraman, who was not wearing a mask:

PERRY: I met some folks actually from Lake Geneva who lived in the area. They were staying a few miles outside of town where I work. They said they're worried it. They're worried about that second spike. They are worried about folks coming in from Chicago. But they will quickly add at the same time this is a place that relies on that business. I think people here want a little bit more funding when it comes to these programs that they could stay closed. But again, I think people felt like the Supreme Court made the decision here in Wisconsin, that it was time to open up. You can see here (points to man) nobody is wearing them. Nobody is - 

MAN: Including your cameraman.

PERRY: There you go. Including the cameraman. Katy?