Rick Santelli, Andrew Ross Sorkin, Cnbc discussed on Hammer and Nigel
C. I've been seeing headlines here and there about this thing on CNBC. Earlier today, they were talking about employment numbers, and you know the effect on the economy of small restaurants closing, but you know, you had stores like Wal Mart. Lowe's Still allowed to be open Hammer. Can you fill me in on some details here? This a feud that happened today on live TV. So what? It was a panel discussion, but it really came down to two guys. Rick Santelli and Andrew Ross Sorkin and these guys kind of really got into it. So the first person you're going to hear here is Rick Santelli. This was live on CNBC earlier today. I believe in careful when I point out governors cheating, it's not for the hype hypocrisy, which exists. It's the fact that I think many of these governors are intelligent people, and they love their families, which they've taken out in the restaurant's. Therefore there is actually an should be an ongoing debate as to You know why a parking lot for a big box store like by my house is Jim Pack, not one parking spot open. Why are those people any safer than a restaurant with plexiglass? I just don't get it, And I think there's a million of these questions that could be asked, and I think it's really sad. When we look at the service sector and all the discussions we've had about job losses that that particular dynamic isn't study more is it worked more? We don't put more people in room and try to figure out ways so that the service sector employees and employers could all come back and they safer way you can't tell me that shutting down, which is the easiest answer is necessarily the only answer. Nice. That's Rick Santelli. He kind of lays it all out. No question. Agree 100%. Well, Andrew Ross Sorkin. He wants to disagree just a little bit. The differences in that big box retailer In a restaurant or, frankly, even a church are so different. It's unbelievable. Oh, yes, about three tests where.