It was a serious failure for me, as a public figure, to go maskless at the White House, writes . I am lucky to be alive. via
.⁦⁩: “When you get this disease, it hits you how easy it is to prevent. We are asked to wear cloth over our mouth and nose, wash our hands and avoid crowds. These minor inconveniences can save your life, your neighbors and the economy.“
Chris Christie on having gotten covid: “We are asked to wear cloth over our mouth and nose, wash our hands and avoid crowds. These minor inconveniences can save your life, your neighbors and the economy. Seldom has so little been asked for so much benefit”
This is a good get. Chris Christie: I should have worn a mask.
“Those who deny the sci­en­tific re­al­i­ties of the pan­demic undermine con­di­tions that al­low for rapid and com­plete reopening. They en­cour­age behav­ior that in­vites per­sonal tragedy and social regulation.”
It was a “serious failure for me, as a public figure, to go maskless at the White House. I paid for it, and I hope Americans can learn from my experience. I am lucky to be alive.” -
"When you get this disease, it hits you how easy it is to prevent." "Seldom has so little been asked for so much benefit." 😷
"It’s not a partisan or cultural symbol, not a sign of weakness or virtue." Chris Christie on the need to wear a mask
This is a really impressive mea culpa from Chris Christie about masks and covid.
Chris Christie: "It is never comfortable to deliver real criticism that includes yourself. But it was a serious failure for me, as a public figure, to go maskless at the White House. I paid for it, and I hope Americans can learn from my experience."
Chris Christie on COVID: "A week in the ICU offers time to reflect... minor inconveniences can save your life, your neighbors, and the economy."
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This pro-mask op-ed is the best thing Chris Christie has done in the past 8 years.
"It is never comfortable to deliver real criticism that includes yourself. But it was a serious failure for me, as a public figure, to go maskless at the WH. I paid for it, and I hope Americans can learn from my experience. I am lucky to be alive."
From : It’s not a partisan or cultural symbol, not a sign of weakness or virtue, writes
"When Americans are given proper and consistent information, they will overwhelmingly make good health choices, including the wearing of masks"
. pens WSJ op-ed: "I Should Have Worn a Mask" "Yet the message will be broadly heeded only if it is consistently and honestly delivered by the media, religious leaders, sports figures and public servants."
“Those who deny the scientific realities of the pandemic undermine conditions that allow for rapid and complete reopening. They encourage behavior that invites personal tragedy and social regulation.” writes ⁦
Genuine remorse from a transient non-mask-wearer 👏
I Should Have Worn a Mask, Ex-NJ Governor Christie writes.
pretty *^+#’ing insane we are getting op-eds like this 7 months after intelligent people like ⁦⁩ started emphasizing this with loads of data the politicization of masks is a perfect symbol of the dysfunctional state of our culture
"When you get this disease, it hits you how easy it is to prevent. We are asked to wear cloth over our mouth and nose, wash our hands and avoid crowds... Seldom has so little been asked for so much benefit. " Chris Christie
"One of the worst aspects of America’s divided politics is the polarization of something as practical as a mask. It’s not a partisan or cultural symbol, not a sign of weakness or virtue."
.: I should have worn a mask
Chris Christie: “One of the worst aspects of America’s divided politics is the polarization of something as practical as a mask.”
Good to finally stop denying science, but not one mention of the Maskhole in Chief sinks this for me: I Should Have Worn a Mask - WSJ
Governor Christie on masks: “Wear it or you may regret it—as I did.”
. with a powerful message on why he should’ve worn a mask: "It’s not a partisan or cultural symbol, not a sign of weakness or virtue…seldom has so little been asked for so much benefit.” As he says, "Wear it or you may regret it—as I did."
important statement. It was a serious failure for me, as a public figure, to go maskless at the White House, writes . I am lucky to be alive. via
Christie Should Have Worn a Mask...and it shouldn’t be political, but this still sounds like it’s about keeping yourself safer. Masks are really about keeping people you don’t know, will never meet healthy. This also shouldn’t be about politics but...
Chris Christie writes...
"We are asked to wear cloth over our mouth and nose, wash our hands and avoid crowds. These minor inconveniences can save your life, your neighbors and the economy. Seldom has so little been asked for so much benefit."
Christie regretting not wearing a mask is going to be the model for next few years: The collaborators will admit the most trivial transgressions and expect us to forget the racism, authoritarianism, SCOTUS, kids in cages, Ukraine, grifting. 1/2
"When you get this disease, it hits you how easy it is to prevent. We are asked to wear cloth over our mouth and nose, wash our hands and avoid crowds. These minor inconveniences can save your life, your neighbors and the economy." 🙄
I Should Have Worn a Mask: It’s not a partisan or cultural symbol, not a sign of weakness or virtue. via
"It’s not a partisan or cultural symbol, not a sign of weakness or virtue. It’s simply a good method...Wear it or you may regret it—as I did." Thank you for sharing your personal experience with #COVID19. #WearAMask
It was a serious failure for me, as a public figure, to go maskless at the White House, writes . I am lucky to be alive. via #coronavirus #COVID19 #MasksSaveLives