NYC Anti-Mask Mom Fired After Mayor Adams Says “You Can Say Whatever You Want”

April 5, 2022 Updated 12:14 PM ET

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April 5, 2022 Updated 12:14 P.M. ET

NEW YORK (FCV) – After a New York City mother publicly lambasted the mask-free Democrat Mayor Eric Adams for forcing children in schools to wear masks, she was fired from her job at the city Law Department.

Daniel Jampel was removed from her post as an assistant corporation counsel less than an hour after she confronted Adams over the hypocritical policy.

At a press conference, Adams announced he would be spending money to recruit those in Florida supposedly impacted by the new Parental Rights law, which leftists have named the “Don’t Say Gay Bill,” to move to New York City.

“Come to the city where you can say whatever you want,” he exclaimed.

Now, Jampel was removed from her job after calling out Adams for masking young children forcibly.

“Three weeks ago, you told parents to trust you that you would unmask our toddlers,” Jampel said to Adams.

“You stood right here, and you said that the masks would come off April 4. That has not happened.”

Jampel was cut off by City Hall staffers when they realized she was not a reporter.

“Turn on your phone so you can get my answer correctly but come to a conclusion,” Adams said to the mother.

The New York Post reported that she was informed via email of her termination “shortly after the presser.” Suspiciously to critics of Adams, the Law Department told the New York Post that it was decided “prior to today [Monday]” that she would be terminated.

“We hold all of our employees to the highest professional standards. In public statements, Ms. Jampel has made troubling claims about her work for the city Law Department. Based on those statements, the decision had been made to terminate her prior to today,” they said.

“Today’s events, however, which include her decision to lie to City Hall staff and state she was a journalist at a press conference, demonstrate a disturbing lack of judgment and integrity.  As of today, she is no longer an employee of the Law Department,” they said of Jampel’s speech that annoyed Adams.

Jampel told the New York Post that she is “retaining counsel and will not litigate in the press.”

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