Atlanta Mayor Bottoms: Crime Spike Partially Due to Georgia Opening Early, 'We Had People Traveling Here'

On Friday's "MSNBC Live," Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms (D) said that part of the reason homicides in the city have increased from pre-pandemic levels is because Georgia "opened up before the rest of the country, even before the CDC said that it was safe for us to open." And "We had people traveling here from across the country to party in our city."