Escalating the Democrat Party’s war on Christmas, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo told American children on Monday he is forcing Santa Claus to wear a COVID mask this year.
Cuomo started by explaining the state had granted Santa “an exception for the 14-day quarantine requirement” others are forced to adhere to “because it would be impractical for him to be in the state and then quarantine and still get all his gifts delivered on time.”
“They have granted the quarantine waiver, but Santa is required to wear a mask this year,” he continued. “I think you will still be able to recognize him even though he’ll be wearing a mask because he does have a fairly distinct outfit that he wears, plus his body style is fairly distinct. So, I don’t think there will be any issue in identifying Santa this year. He’ll be able to do his job, but do it safely because he’ll be wearing a mask.”
SANTA COVID NEWS: Governor Cuomo announced that the New York State Department of Health has granted Santa Claus a waiver to travel to New York for Christmas. While @HealthNYGov has granted the waiver, Santa will be required to wear a mask this year pic.twitter.com/4nri7C4xnC— Eric M. Strauss (@ericMstrauss) December 21, 2020