Alex Berenson: Many of the States Have Lockdown Benchmarks That Are Very Difficult to Meet

‘Many states have these phased-in lockdown plans that have unrealistic benchmarks’

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BERENSON: “You and I have talked a couple of times and for a month I’ve been waiting for the reality and the data to start to hit people and it’s been very slow. Many states have these phased-in lockdown plans that have unrealistic benchmarks, Oregon’s benchmarks are crazy, Illinois benchmarks, many of the blue state lockdown states have these benchmarks that are very difficult to meet and is it going to take people in the streets? That seem to help a little bit in California last week but I don’t know what it’s going to take for people to start being realistic here. Not people, but lawmakers.”

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