NYC COVID Rules Don’t Apply To Democrat Elites

The 50th birth­day par­ty of Car­lo Scis­sura. For­mer Brook­lyn Demo­c­ra­t­ic Par­ty Chair­man Frank Sed­dio and Deputy Brook­lyn Bor­ough Pres­i­dent Ingrid Lewis-Mar­tin chat in the background.

Scis­sura said the event was a “sur­prise par­ty” thrown by unnamed friends, adding that every­one was giv­en a mask and guests had their tem­per­a­tures tak­en before entering.

“This is a par­tic­u­lar­ly try­ing time and there were short­com­ings that I regret,” he said in a state­ment. “I great­ly appre­ci­ate the ges­ture of my friends to throw me a sur­prise par­ty, but we all must fol­low strict pro­to­cols so we can get past this pandemic.”

The par­ty hap­pened on Sat­ur­day, accord­ing to Lewis-Martin.

Days ear­li­er, Gov. Cuo­mo ordered New York­ers to lim­it pri­vate gath­er­ings to no more than 10 peo­ple, part of a series of restric­tions as the coro­n­avirus out­break worsens.

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