Democrat Rep. Traveled To DC For Pelosi Vote Despite COVID Diagnosis

( By traveling to Washington, DC. after announcing a positive COVID-19 test on Sunday, Wisconsin’sDemocratic Rep. Gwen Moore showed disdain for voters who are stuck at home, banned from socializing, and told to quarantine for two weeks after testing positive.

Rep. Moore ignored the rules and chose to leave her home and travel to the nation’s capital city, putting other people in danger, just to vote on Nancy Pelosi’s bid to yet again become the House Speaker.

Is voting for Nancy Pelosi more important than protecting other people?

Less than a week before traveling to D.C., on December 28, Moore announced that she tested positive for COVID-19.

As it stands, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that people quarantine for at least 10 days after testing positive for the virus, whether or not they exhibit symptoms. In many places, officials recommend two-week isolation to ensure that a person is not spreading the virus unknowingly after recovering.

“I tested positive for COVID-19,” Rep. Moore wrote on December 28. “I am following guidance from my doctor and am isolating from others. I am thankful to be feeling well. And I do not foresee this disrupting my work for Wisconsin’s Fourth.”

Clearly, Moore didn’t intend of letting the virus disrupt her support for far-left anti-Trump antagonist Nancy Pelosi.

Rep. Moore tried to stop any negative press reports on January 3, thanking supporters for their well wishes and saying she was medically cleared to travel.

“My quarantine is over and I am medically cleared to travel and work on behalf of Wisconsin’s Fourth Congressional District,” she said.

However, less than a week had passed by, meaning one of two things happened.

Either Moore didn’t quarantine for as long as she should have done, or she waited a week until telling the country that she had tested positive for COVID-19. And if she did that, then it means that Moore was potentially spreading the disease during the days before she announced her infection.

So which one was it?

What’s even worse is that Moore voted with the rest of the chamber as normal, despite other politicians who recently quarantined after contracting the virus chose to vote through other special arrangements.

Why do Democrats think they are above the rules?