From Nancy Pelosi to Bill de Blasio, Democrats have consistently given their constituents and Americans in general bad advice in dealing with coronavirus.

Should states open up the economy again?

BARBOT: “The risk to New Yorkers for coronavirus is low. (…) And our city preparedness is hight.”
(…)

Trending: De Blasio Hints Rioting Is Okay, Going To Church Is Not – They’re ‘Not the Same’

DE BLASIO: “This should not stop you from going about your life. It should not stop you from going to Chinatown and going out to eat. I’m going to do that today myself.”
(…)

PELOSI: “Come to Chinatown. Here we are. We’re, again, careful, safe, and come join us.”
(…)

WOMAN: “There is no concern at this time for coronavirus in our region.”
(…)

WOMAN 2: “The Department of Sanitation is ready for Mardi Gras 2020.”
(…)

DE BLASIO: “The facts are reassuring.”
(…)

BARBOT: “We want New Yorkers to go about their daily lives.”
(…)

LIU: “There’s really no need to panic and to avoid activities that we always do as New Yorkers. We are hearty people.”
(…)

“Americans do not need to panic. What I would suggest, however, is that Americans take this as a wakeup call for seasonal flu.”
(…)

DE BLASIO: “There’s very little threat here. This disease, even if you were to get it, basically acts like common cold or flu.”
(…)

BARBOT: “So we’re telling New Yorkers, go about your lives, take the subway, go out, enjoy life. (…) And certainly not to miss the parade next Sunday. I’m going to be there.”
(…)

BAIER: “If you had to, would you close down the borders?”
SANDERS: “No.”
(…)

KLAIN: “We used to be honest about the American people — with the American people about the fact that we can’t keep people coming here from China.”
(…)

DE BLASIO: “And transmission is not that easy. I think there’s been a misperception that coronavirus hangs in the air waiting to catch you. No, it takes direct person-to-person contact.”
(…)

BARBOT: “We also know that if it were likely to be transmitted casually, we would be seeing a lot more cases.”
LOUIS: “Right. Right. Because this is New York and you’re in elevators and trains with everybody all the time.”
BARBOT: “Exactly.”