George Stephanopoulos, the former Bill Clinton staffer, who now works for ABC News was recently diagnosed with Coronavirus.
You would think that means that he is in quarantine.
Yet he was recently spotted out in the open, walking in a Long Island park, without a mask.
The New York Post reported:
Coronavirus-stricken George Stephanopoulos ignores mask mandate during Hamptons stroll
George Stephanopoulos had already irked Hamptons residents by going out in public after his wife contracted COVID-19 — but now the “Good Morning America” anchor is battling the virus himself and is ignoring mandates to wear a mask in public.
The pale-looking ABC newsman was spotted by The Post on Monday afternoon taking a stroll in East Hampton, engrossed in a long conversation on his mobile phone with a mask hanging around his neck.
One outraged witness said Stephanopoulos — who announced he tested positive for the virus last week after his wife, Ali Wentworth, contracted it — was seen leaving his Hamptons home in a pair of shorts and walking for about a mile along East Hampton lanes, with his mask down the entire time.
The witness said, “For somebody who reports on the pandemic every day, and is broadcasting guidelines about safe social distancing, George didn’t really seem to care.
Rules are for the little people, right?
— Page Six (@PageSix) April 21, 2020
The lockdowns must continue, unless you're Bill Clinton's former press secretary who works at ABC News or you're the CNN anchor brother of New York's Democrat governor. That's different. All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others. https://t.co/YAbSbMfbMQ
— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) April 21, 2020
Is he trying to win the award for the most disgusting human being on earth? Low life George Stephanopoulos has Coronavirus and is still going out, with no mask on, and wandering around the Hamptons: https://t.co/6P8KeqXfKi
— MARK SIMONE (@MarkSimoneNY) April 21, 2020
The people in media telling us to obey the rules, aren’t doing so themselves.