CNN wrote a scathing article, attacking Lil Wayne's daughter, Reginae Carter for hosting a maskless birthday bash at a nightclub in Atlanta over the weekend.
At the start of the Corona pandemic in the U.S. in January, Black people believed we were protected from Covid-19 because we don't have the ACE2 enzyme which the virus needs to enter human cells.
Then the left-wing media began reporting that Black people were "twice as likely" to die from Covid than any other race.
Black people never stopped partying during the pandemic -- because they don't see a body count. They party with their friends every weekend. No one they know has died or even fallen ill.
The parties continued during lockdowns. All summer long, nightclubs in wide open Atlanta were packed to the rafters with maskless partygoers enjoying their young lives.
So why did CNN's reporters attack Reginae for celebrating her birthday with her friends, when the city of Atlanta -- where CNN headquarters is based -- has been wide open all summer?
CNN writers Jamiel Lynch, who is Black, and Amanda Jackson, who is white, even quoted the mayor's office in their article: "The Mayor's advisory mask mandate and orders on gathering remain in effect... However, State Orders -- which supersede decisions made at the local level -- currently allow bars and venues to remain open," said a spokesperson for Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms.