Nurse Jill Biden Invited Them And Then Told Them They Can Go Hungry!


Joe Biden’s wife Jill Biden has hosted an event inside the White House for the congressional spouses that feature some of the best food anyone could ever eat.

However, the said event sparked the ire of at least one lawmaker’s wife after the party imposed that those unvaccinated won’t get any bite.

Florida Republican Rep. Byron Donald’s wife Erika Donalds, made a Twitter post on Monday where she detailed the masking rules for unvaccinated guests at the event.

The event imposed that any attendees unvaccinated for COVID-19 are not to remove their face coverings and are subject to other restrictions, “including abstaining from eating and drinking, and [maintaining] at least 6 feet distance from others while on White House grounds.”

Erika wrote on Twitter:

“First Lady Jill Biden was kind enough to invite me & the other Congressional spouses to a reception at the White House.”

“I just have to take a COVID test, & as an unvaccinated person (with natural immunity) I won’t be allowed to eat, drink, or talk to anyone. Should be a blast!”

She also added a screenshot of the invitation that says “Fully vaccinated guests are not required to wear a mask on the White House grounds. Guests who are not fully vaccinated must wear a mask at all times, including abstaining from eating or drinking, and maintain at least 6 feet distance from others while on the White House grounds.”

In other words, the point of the event was unvaccinated can come but can’t eat and drink anything.

Just six days ago, the White House announced its 2022 tour schedule and detailed no such stringent masking requirements for random members of the public to visit the first lady’s home.

The White House website said:

“The White House will continue to closely monitor the COVID-19 situation with guidance based on recommendations from the CDC, and other public health officials and medical experts, and reserves the right to adjust the availability of the public tours as necessary to adhere to the latest health guidance,”

“Within the 10 days prior to the public tour, anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19, has had any COVID-19 symptoms, or been in close contact with someone confirmed or suspected to have COVID-19, should stay home,” it added. “Face masks will be available when entering the White House complex for those who choose to wear them.”

The Journal also noted:

“So, it appears that tourist families visiting the capital for Spring Break can forsake masks should they so choose, vaccine status notwithstanding, but unvaccinated political spouses must mask up and avoid eating, drinking or getting within 6 feet of another human being if they haven’t gotten the jab.

Sources: Daily Wire, Western Journal, The Gazette