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A mask free Cupp poses in public.

CNN’S S.E. Cupp Lectures on Masks at Beaches, Then Posts Beach Selfie Without One

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CNN Host S.E. Cupp, who’s repeatedly lectured Americans to wear masks to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, posted a picture of herself on a public beach without a mask.

The Never-Trump Republican who’s had a contentious relationship with the party over her support for gay marriage and continuing foreign wars used her CNN show S.E. Cupp: Unfiltered and Twitter account to scold Americans who forgo wearing masks.

Despite tweeting “Just wear a mask. It so effing simple.” and implying President Trump is “not well” for refusing to wear one, Cupp posted a picture of herself on July 12th on a public beach without a mask.

The hypocritical photo, shared on various social media platforms including Twitter and Instagram, came days after she tweeted the following:

Want to stay healthy? Wear a mask. Want to keep your family safe? Wear a mask. Want businesses to come back? Wear a mask. Want to go out to bars and restaurants and beaches soon? Wear a mask. Want your kids’ schools to open? Wear a mask. Want freedom again? Wear a mask.
A mask-free Cupp poses in public.

Cupp has even taken to national television to extoll the merits of masks, insisting President “Trump’s anti-mask shtick is tragically stupid and dangerous,” adding it was “hurting his supporters” on CNN.

While The National Pulse doesn’t have any desire to force S.E. Cupp to wear a mask on an abandoned beach – her repeated insistence that Americans should do so puts her firmly in the media hypocrite category.


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