Democratic Rep. Cicilline caught removing mask to sneeze on House floor

Democratic Rep. Cicilline caught removing mask to sneeze on House floor

Did
he
really
just
do
that? 

Viewers
of
the
House’s
impeachment
proceedings
were
left
scratching
their
heads
after
a
leader
in
the
charge,
Rep.
David
Cicilline,
D-R.I.,
took
off
his
mask
momentarily
to
sneeze
into
his
hand.
He
didn’t
use
sanitizer
after. 

Cicilline
committed
the
Covid-19
faux
pas
on
camera,
seated
just
behind
the
lawmaker speaking at
the
time,
Rep.
Yvette
Clark,
D-
N.Y.
Another,
Rep.
Brenda
Lawrence,
D-Mich.,
who
was
seated
next
to
the
congressman,
shot
him
an
immediate
side-eye
before
turning
back
to
her
files. 


THESE
ARE
THE
10
HOUSE
REPUBLICANS
THAT
VOTED
TO
IMPEACH
TRUMP 

Three
House
members
have
tested
positive
for
coronavirus
since
sheltering
together
at
an
undisclosed
location
last
week 

some
Republican
members
refused
to
wear
masks
during
the
mayhem

as
rioters
breached
the
Capitol.
Brian
Monahan,
the
attending
physician
to
Congress,
wrote
to
lawmakers
shortly
after
to
warn
them
they
may
have
been
exposed
during
the
lockdown. 

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Cicilline,
along
with
Reps.
Ted
Lieu
and
Jamie
Raskin,
D-Md.,
co-wrote
the
article
of
impeachment
the
House
passed
Wednesday
charging
President
Trump
with
inciting
an
insurrection
during
last
Wednesday’s
Capitol
riots. 

The
final
vote
was
232
to
197–
10
Republicans
sided
with
Democrats
to
impeach
the
president.

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