There is a political component, too.
“They are groups that need to be moved to the forefront, in my opinion.”
Between a rock and a hard place
When does executive authority extend too far?
Throw in the lockdown towel
That’s a Bozo no-no
Who’s in charge here?
Not in the cards
“Those who spread rumours or misinformation would be held responsible…”
“And guess what? After November 3rd, coronavirus will magically, all of a sudden, go away and disappear…”
“I might jet.”
“We’ve done exactly what you said, now you’re changing the rules.”
“Doesn’t make sense anymore”
“…Giesecke said the Imperial College forecasts were almost hysterical”
“[A]gency scientists were told the guidance ‘would never see the light of day’…”
“They’re not working. They’re not traveling.”
“This, with the militia look here and these long guns. Uh, no.”
“Have you looked at the numbers lately!”
Actually, most of the state is doing pretty well so far
The wrong sort of cancel culture
Sharpening the curve.
“I think we are aligned.”
“Quite frankly, some of the messaging is pretty confusing.”
Flatten how many?
Buckle up, campers
“I must give the British people a very simple instruction – you must stay at home.”
Both yes and no
“We’re going to close the valve.”
Will Trump side with de Blasio over Cuomo?
“People, I think, recognize the need to do more and meet his moment.”
Numbers spike a “function of testing.”
Revisions are being made.
“The tone of these videos was angry and partisan, but they were not a viral success.”