White House virus coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx ignores her own travel warnings for the holidays

The White House coronavirus response coordinator disregarded her own travel warnings over the Thanksgiving holiday, heading to Florida to gather with her family.

Doctor Deborah Birx met up with three generations of family members over Thanksgiving, completely turning her “don’t travel” advice to the country on its head.

Birx had previously asked that Americans keep their gatherings limited to “your immediate household,” going further to state that no number was too small.

“I don’t like it to be any number,” Birx said. “Because you know, if you say it can be 10, and it’s eight people from four different families, then that probably is not the same degree of safe as 10 people from your immediate household.”

Needless to say, like many officials giving Coronavirus advice, the rules seem to be “for thee but not for me.”

Kathleen Flynn, whose brother is married to Birx’s daughter, told the New York Post that she was disappointed.

“She cavalierly violated her own guidance,” Flynn said of Birx.

Flynn’s father, however, trusted Birx’s judgement.

“Dr. Birx is very conscientious and a very good doctor and scientist from everything I can see,” he said.

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