The Biden White House hosted a Christmas musical display featuring singing nurses in the East Room on Thursday.
Almost all of the nurses were all masked as they performed a new entry in the COVID-19 music and comedy genre that has become popular with Tik Tok liberals.
The performance was the first of multiple Christmas events planned by the White House, though White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki noted there would be fewer celebrations than past years due to COVID concerns.
NEW – Joe and Jill Biden invited singing and dancing nurses to perform at the White House, similar to the countless videos shared on the Chinese app TikTok.pic.twitter.com/8BcOz6F0ur
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The group performed a song with COVID-themed lyrics to the tune of a Christmas carol.
This all took place in the East Room, with a backdrop featuring portraits of both George and Martha Washington.
First Lady Jill Biden watched the performance without a mask, though almost all of the performers were masked.
This comes just days after President Biden urged unvaccinated Americans not to celebrate Christmas with their families.
“If you are vaccinated, and follow the precautions that we all know well, you should feel comfortable celebrating Christmas and the holidays as you planned it,” he continued. “You know you’ve done the right thing. You can enjoy the holiday season.”
This was mirrored by Dr. Anthony Fauci, who recently told people to “stay away” from unvaccinated Americans over the holidays.
Both Fauci and Biden cited the Omicron variant as their rationale.