Or—the VA crisis, the border crisis, the Middle East crisis, the wage-and-inequality crisis, et cetera—about much of anything.
Part of the denial game plan is to try to launch personal attacks on scientists, on policy-makers, et cetera.
The uniform response to him is that he has a tin ear, that he is blind to ordinary people, that he is a fool, et cetera.
also etcetera, early 15c., from Latin et cetera, literally "and the others," from et "and" + neuter of ceteri "the others." The common abbreviation was &c. before 20c., but etc. now prevails.