Washington DC Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) held a press conference pleading for residents to celebrate the upcoming Fourth of July holiday at their homes, warning that “large gatherings are still a high-risk activity” because of COVID-19.

While calling for July 4th celebrations to be limited to 10 people or fewer.  Bowser came down with Obamanesia, completely dismissing the fact that she herself marched with hundreds of protesters in downtown D.C. earlier this month.

Due to the Coronavirus lockdown, Bowser joined with a litany of other Democrats who joined the BLM / Antifa demonstrations hoping that the time marching will help them meet their ‘Every-Four-Years’ of pandering to the Black community quota.

Of course, no one in the press media bothered to ask the unhinged BLM loving hypocrite about why the change in stance regarding the risk of large crowds gathering outside? Since she marched in the streets with hundreds of BLM rioters…Dammit, I meant “Peaceful Protesters“.

Mayor Muriel Bowser Warns Celbeating July 4th Could Kill You

During the introduction of her briefing, Mayor Bowser said:

“We want to send a message to our residents to enjoy the Fourth of July, to celebrate according to our guidance, and to do it at home or near their home in small gatherings.”

The delusional DC Mayor warned residents not to attend President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump’s 2020 White House “Salute to America” celebration on Independence Day.

“Large gatherings are still a high-risk activity. So if you’re outdoors, that’s still a high-risk activity.”

I assume she missed the line that stated ‘unless you’re wearing an “I can’t Breath” t-shirt while protesting, rioting, and looting.’

Bowser showed a graph and explained that although D.C. has “flattened the curve,” the city has not yet eradicated the coronavirus.

Almost as if she was trying to make her ‘Do as I say, not as I do’ screeching even more hypocritical.

When asked about ongoing protests and the tensions between demonstrators and police, Bowser encouraged peaceful assemblies and added, “people can protest anywhere in the District of Columbia.”