MSNBC Reporter Shames People For Not Wearing Masks, Passerby Points Out Cameraman Isn’t Wearing One (VIDEO)

MSNBC just got busted on the air.

A reporter in a mask was doing a live segment in Wisconsin and was talking back and forth with Katy Tur who was in the studio.

The two of them were complaining that people in the area weren’t wearing masks.

Then something hilarious happened.

Townhall reports:

Mask-Obsessed NBC Reporter Forced to Admit on Live TV Cameraman Not Wearing a Mask

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An NBC reporter was forced to admit during his live segment about people enjoying the weather and not wearing masks that some members of his camera crew were also not wearing masks during the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic.

Reporter Cal Perry was broadcasting from Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, a popular tourist spot for people from Illinois, for Memorial Day and noted how he was one of the few people wearing a mask and no one seemed to be worried about their safety.

“I haven’t met anybody who is. I met some people two from Lake Geneva, they’re worried about the second spike. At the same time, they’ll add, this is a place that relies on that business. People here want a little bit more funding to these programs, stay closed. Again, I think they felt the Supreme Court made the decision it’s time to open up. Nobody’s wearing them,” he told MSNBC’s Katy Tur.

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Right after that, a man standing by noted that the cameraman wasn’t wearing a mask:

That. Is. Hilarious.

How embarrassing for MSNBC.


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