"There's risk. We're Americans. You have to take risk. If people want to go out, they can go out. If they want to stay in, they stay in," he added. "We have no chance if you don't let people go outside. This country's gonna be dunzo. No one's gonna have jobs, no one's gonna have businesses, it's going to be done. It's over. Let me roll the dice and play with corona or at least give me the choice. That's all we want."
He said in the video it was the first time he'd ever been asked if he had permission to film.
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