Rick Santelli, Cnbc, Dayton discussed on News Radio 920 AM Programming

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I'm sorry. It's science. If you wear that mask, it's a different story. 100. People in the lows aren't any safer than 150. People in restaurant that old 600. I don't believe it. Sorry. Don't believe that you're gonna hear there was a lot of restaurants that have fought back and they don't have any problems and they're open. Okay? You don't have to believe it. But let me just say this. You're doing a disservice to the viewer because the viewers need to understand that the viewer you are You are. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. If I would like to keep our viewers as healthy as humanly possible. Believe in the idea of packing people in the restaurant they carve uses people into a final decisions on their own really different things that I'm much smarter, different things. All the viewers like some people do. Amen. Look at the CNBC guy trying to tell Rick Santelli what he has to believe, or he's a science denier. I mean, really, give us the fax. We'll decide you're listening to Glenn back. Use radio 9 21 047 F M. Wanna talk to you about this great company in Dayton, Ohio, called tempeh Gen X. This is the company that makes the temple toss forehead thermometers, and they're started by women entrepreneurs who I greatly admire their true amazing patriots and really what they have stepped up and done during this crisis is nothing short of a miracle..

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