Media Matters has the transcript:
STEVE HILTON (HOST): When we see these death rates in Italy and elsewhere, how do we know that all those people actually died of coronavirus rather than, for example in Italy, they have a high rate of hospital-acquired infections. And so how do we know that these numbers are accurate?
JASON CHAFFETZ (FOX NEWS CONTRIBUTOR): Yeah, I think it’s fair to ask some of these questions. I would love to see statistics, for instance, on how full our hospitals really are. I mean, I see these passionate — you know, these people coming out of caring for these people, and it’s hard to watch and I believe them from their heart but I would love to know what those real numbers are.
Above is just an excerpt. Hit the link for full quotes.
Steve Hilton complains about the media airing Governor Cuomo’s press conferences and says that’s just one state. He goes on to say a lot of people outside of New York are offended by that pic.twitter.com/Uk5POGbWBE
— Acyn Torabi (@Acyn) March 30, 2020