"It's sort of like saying I have a constitutional right to drive drunk, I have a constitutional right to not wear a seat belt, or to yell 'fire' in a crowded movie theater, or to not follow the speed limit," said Hogan during a coronavirus press briefing reported by the Washington Times.
"We're talking about a quarter of a million people dying already — more than the Korean War, the Gulf War, and the Vietnam War added together," he continued, adding "Which part don't you understand? You wear the mask. There's no constitutional right to walk around without a mask. We did it in 1918, I don't know why we can't do it now."
(There was actually an anti-Mask league of San Francisco during the 1918 pandemic to protest mandatory masks - a law which lasted one month before being repealed.)