Rep. Seth Moulton (D-MA) suggested Friday that red states are “getting what’s coming to them” in regards to the coronavirus, which has killed more than 150,000 Americans.
Moulton’s comments came during a streamed conversation hosted by the nonprofit organization 92nd Street Y with Kentucky U.S. Senate candidate Amy McGrath, asking her if she is “seeing minds change on the ground” on the coronavirus in the Bluegrass State.
“We certainly have this perception in the Northeast that all the red states are, you know, they kind of — they’re getting what was coming to them because they refused to follow these mandates, and they’re playing politics with this rather than listening to the science,” Moulton said to McGrath, who smiled and nodded.
Liberal Dem claims “red states are getting what was coming to them” on coronavirus.
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