By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
During a press conference on Monday morning, she claimed that she will “identify” maskless fans with the help of the authorities. And that the police would “handle” the situation.
There were 22,000 fans at the final game of the 2020 NFL season. Castor was one of them.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers won 31-9 over the Kansas City Chiefs in their home stadium. This is the Buccaneers second Super Bowl win in franchise history.
“It is a little frustrating because we have worked so hard,” Castor said during a Monday morning news conference with the Super Bowl Host Committee. “At this point in dealing with COVID-19, there is a level of frustration when you see that.”
Castor previously signed an executive order that said that anybody attending Super Bowl festivities must wear a mask. The executive order calls for a $500 fine for those not wearing a mask if they’re hit with a violation of the law.
“I’m proud to say the majority of individuals that I saw out and about enjoying the festivities associated with the Super Bowl were complying,” she said. “They understood their level of personal responsibility and they were doing the right thing. I’m very proud of that.”
It appears that Castor was in a suite with others. A male next to her was wearing a mask.
The problem for Castor? She was caught not wearing a mask during the Super Bowl.
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She is the latest Democratic politician to get busted for saying one thing to the public. Then doing something totally different themselves.
This happens to be a trend with them. This includes Joe Biden, Gavin Newsom, Nancy Pelosi, Denver mayor Michael Hancock, and others.
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