HARRIS FAULKNER (CO-HOST): When you look at a city, and you can see this throughout cities in California, that have burst with that particular problem, you've got a population that is on the streets that is struggling with health issues anyway because they are not indoors and they are not able to get the health care they need. And then you have something bursting like this on the scene, potentially. I'm hoping that they are concentrating on those among us who cannot fight for ourselves on the streets in San Francisco and those in California. We know it's become a political issue for some of the leaders in California, but if they are going to use coronavirus to get to that, I'm actually OK with that. Just get to it. Deal with that issue, because its vulnerability among us that we really shouldn't tolerate.
DAGEN MCDOWELL (CO-HOST): Jon, to Harris' point, there is a health safety problem in plain sight in San Francisco. With -- it's not just the homeless, but it's -- parts of the city are essentially an open sewer. And it's been that way literally for decades, and it's only gotten worse, and they've done nothing.