Dr. Anthony Fauci’s “wear a mask” appeal has become the most eye-catching quotation in 2020.
The repeated request of the top infectious disease expert in the United States was one of four quotations related to the coronavirus, which became the top ten on the annual list compiled by Yale University Law School librarian Fred Shapiro.
George Floyd’s heartbreaking call of “I can’t breathe” in the fatal arrest in May was chosen as the second most notable quote and has become a rallying call for protesters across the United States.
At the same time, President Trump quoted two quotation marks in the top 5. He suggested that the coronavirus could be defeated by injecting disinfectants. He later insisted that this was ironic, and he claimed in February that it was “like a miracle”. The pandemic will only “disappear.”
President-elect Biden also has the first 10 two quotation marks-including what is called “a lying dog-faced pony warrior.”
He also made this list with what he declared to black voters in May: “If you have trouble figuring out whether you support me or Trump, then you are not black.”
White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany has served twice, including her promise at her first press conference in May: “I will never lie to you. You agree with that.”
She claimed in July “science should not hinder the opening of schools” ranked eighth.
A statement issued after the death of the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg stated that her “strongest desire is that I will not be replaced until the new president takes office.” In the top ten, Los Angeles Clippers coach Rivers said: “All the Lakers today” after the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant in January.
Shapiro said that the quotes he chose were not necessarily admirable or eloquent, but because they were famous or particularly embody the spirit of the times.
Here we are enlisting some quotes.
- “Wear a mask.” — Dr. Anthony Fauci in a CNN interview on May 21.
- “I can’t breathe.” — On May 25, George Floyd interceded with the police in Minneapolis.
- President Donald Trump said in a speech at the African American History Month reception held at the White House on February 27, “One day, it’s like a miracle and it will disappear.”
- “I see disinfectant eliminated in one minute, one minute. Is there a way to accomplish similar work through internal injection or almost cleaning?” — Trump’s press release from the White House on April 23 Speech at the meeting?
- “I will never lie to you. You agree with that.”-White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany at the first press conference on May 1.
- “My strongest desire is that I will not be replaced until the new president takes office.” — Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg told granddaughter Clara Spella in September (Clara Spera) made a statement.
- “If you have a problem determining whether you are me or Trump, then you are not Black.” —Joe Biden during an interview on the “Breakfast Club” radio show on May 22.
- “Science shouldn’t hinder this.” —McEnany, mentioned the school’s reopening at a press conference on July 16.
- “You are a lying dog-faced pony soldier.” —Biden, speaking to students at a campaign event in Hampton, New Hampshire, February 9.
- “We are all Lakers today.” On January 26, after the death of Kobe Bryant in Orlando, Florida, Los Angeles Clippers coach Doc Rivers addressed reporters.
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- Will Smith tells Trevor Noah, in response to the Oscars slap, that “hurt people hurt people.”
- Steelers running back Najee Harris exits Monday’s victory due to a stomach issue.
- An intruder carrying a rainbow flag interrupts the World Cup play between Portugal and Uruguay.
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