“They gotta try to find a boogeyman.”
“The facts do not merit the level of anxiety we are seeing.”
“They’re not working. They’re not traveling.”
“You have to disinfect every place a hand could touch on a subway car.”
“This study is not a red light. It’s a yellow caution light.”
“He’s right to ask the question.”
“First of all, If he’s sitting home watching TV, maybe he should get up and go to work, right?”
“The time to deal with these questions is after this war is over.”
“On this scale, I think it is unprecedented. I have never seen anything like this.”
“You have got to go with what the situation on the ground is.”
“This is the group that needs to absolutely social distance and self-isolate at this time.”
Now with “floral bouquet.”
Read the transcript.
“I can’t believe people would vote for her to fill McCain’s seat.”
“It used to be that we would protest wars. Now we are protesting jobs?”
“…put their own narrow political interests above their community.”
New York values.
Laws for thee, not for me.
“Police reform” is a red herring
Atlanta mayor scolds rioters.
Walz: We’re now fully mobilizing the National Guard.