‘The Irony’: Trevor Noah Joked About The White House Correspondents’ Dinner Becoming A Super Spreader [VIDEO]

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We all knew this was going to happen. There were hordes of liberal elitists at the White House Correspondents Dinner on April 30. Sure, you had to download an app to load your medical documents, which was super creepy. Sure, you needed to get vaccinated, boosted, and show proof of your shots for entry. Is this Washington DC or Checkpoint Charlie?

You had to file more paperwork to attend this dinner than filing your taxes. And for what? We all know the COVID vaccine does not prevent transmission. You can still get it.

In that regard, the COVID vaccine is like the flu shot that’s available every year. It prevents you from serious illness, maybe death, but you can still get it. That’s life. Get used to it. COVID is endemic. Welcome to the new normal—and let’s get back on with our lives.

The people who attended this dinner peddled so much fear porn that our nerves for stimulation are now shot and for good reason—it was all about control. We’re done. And evidently, they’re done too. So, are we shocked that this dinner has become a full-blown superspreader event? We all knew the dominos would fall once ABC News’ Jon Karl fell ill. More have fallen (via CNN):

Trevor Noah joked about the event becoming a superspreader — and now the cases are rolling in. The annual White House Correspondents Dinner, along with the festivities held in the days before and after it, have led to the inevitable spread of Covid.

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