“The governor says they don’t have to wear a mask, the schools are now segregating the kids,” she said.
“Effective risk management is not flippant. I don’t see anything flippant about that. When the risk is minuscule, if you understand risk management, you become the adult in the room and you make the decision. It’s the person –” Gutfeld said before Rivera interrupted.
“You can’t make the decision for me,” Rivera said.
“Yes, I can! I’m not allowing you to tell me to wear a mask,” Gutfeld said, which Rivera responded to by saying he would not be welcome in his house.
“I’m not coming over to your giant house?” Gutfeld said.
“People are okay with this creeping incrementalism, this authoritarianism. It does not land on your planet and a giant crate marked ‘authoritarianism,’” Gutfeld argued. “It’s like the slow-boiling water that a frog is placed in and you don’t know until entertainers and journalists and the radical we have known for years, Geraldo starts sounding like The Man, starts embracing the side of enforcement, starts saying like, ‘We can’t have any risk in our lives! It all has to be zero, or you’re evil!’ That’s B.S., right?”