San Francisco Mayor London Breed Seen Partying at Nightclub Without a Mask Despite City’s Strict Coronavirus Rules

San Francisco Mayor London Breed (back row, left) was spotted singing and dancing without a mask — breaking the city’s most recent mask mandate. (San Francisco Chronicle/Polaris)

San Francisco Mayor London Breed was caught breaking her own strict mask mandates — to go clubbing with a Black Lives Matter co-founder.

The Democrat, already under fire for her restrictive coronavirus rules, on Wednesday was photographed by a San Francisco Chronicle editor while singing and dancing in a packed jazz club — with no sign of masks.

“I chose to go to [the Black Cat] last night for my first indoor concert since the pandemic … and this happened,” Mariecar Mendoza tweeted of the mayor celebrating an unexpected partial reunion of Tony! Toni! Toné!

Breed, 47, also posed for photos in the club — smiling alongside BLM founder Alicia Garza, who also had her face completely uncovered.

Their behavior was in violation of Breed’s citywide mandate requiring well-fitted masks in indoor public buildings even for those fully vaccinated.

The only exception is while actively eating or drinking — yet Breed “spent the night dancing, singing along and posing for photographs without a face covering,” Mendoza wrote in the Chronicle.

Black rights campaigner Garza was also “up and dancing” during the unexpected performance by Raphael Saadiq and D’Wayne Wiggins, the editor noted.

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SOURCE: New York Post, Lee Brown