This happened during the past week in New York City!
One judge lifted the city’s immoral mask mandate on 2-4-year-olds this Friday.
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The other day the appellate court placed a stay to reinstate the mandate temporarily.
As a response to this event, one furious mother of a three-year-old child confronted Mayor Eric Adams for his serial child abuse of the toddlers.
Daniela Jampel worked as an attorney and aired her grievances over the reinstated mask mandate at Adams’ press conference on Monday.
When asked about toddler masking at presser today, @NYCMayor gives a frustrated non-answer (with an insinuated threat of renewing adult masking) and then runs away. 😬 #unmaskourtoddlers pic.twitter.com/7SwItNrppM
— Gigi NYC (@OnlyInNY111) April 4, 2022
.@NYCMayor lied parents.
He told us to "Trust me, they'll be unmasked."
He told us that the masks would be coming off April 4.
On April 1, he fought a court battle to keep his Toddler Mask Mandate. And then bragged about winning.
Shameful & dishonorable. pic.twitter.com/lJH1xW39rr
— Daniela Jampel (@daniela127) April 2, 2022
NYP reported that Adams was irritated by Jampel’s criticisms over the toddler mask mandate once he realized she wasn’t a reporter.
Later, Jampel received an email stating she had been fired from her job.
Daniela Jampel, an attorney for New York City’s Law Department who has been advocating for lifting the toddler mask mandate, was fired from her job today after ranting at @NYCMayor’s press conference. https://t.co/UyTgMd8uw0
— Madina Touré (@madinatoure) April 4, 2022
The New York Post reported:
The Big Apple mom who crashed Mayor Eric Adams’ press conference Monday to blast him over his tot mask mandate was fired shortly afterward from her job at the city Law Department, The Post has learned.
Daniela Jampel, who served as an assistant corporation counsel, learned she was canned less than an hour after she confronted a caught-off-guard and apparently annoyed Adams over when he would “unmask our toddlers.”
Jampel had publicly challenged the mayor at an unrelated event on LGBTQ issues — as Adams stood in front of a podium banner that read, “Come to the city where you can say whatever you want.’’
“Three weeks ago, you told parents to trust you that you would unmask our toddlers,” Jampel told the mayor.
“You stood right here, and you said that the masks would come off April 4. That has not happened.”
As Jampel attempted to ask why, City Hall staffers tried to cut her off when they realized she wasn’t a reporter, but Adams, seemingly miffed at the mom getting a question in, allowed her to continue, although he told her she needed to “come to a conclusion.”