AOC’s Blistering Rebuke Of GOP Rep. Yoho After Verbal Attack | The 11th Hour | MSNBC


  1. Yobo along with other Republicans should be ashamed of how they conduct themselves! Vote Them ALL OUT!

  2. A woman with class and intelligence everything Trump isn’t. We need more politicans like her. 👏👏

    1. She is such a lady. Men of his age think they can get away with everything because they think they have power what a insignificant little man just like Trump. She was brought up with dignity & Respect. Thanks for standing up for all human beings.

    2. Lucy O’Sullivan : Her future presidency is inevitable, if we can restore our crumbling republic. She’s guaranteed a good Cabinet post in Biden’s administration. And she’s so capable that the Alt-Wrong America Haters, like Yoyo; the trump K K Klan, fear, loath and DREAD her. That’s why they’re always so triggered. ✌️👍

    3. Nicholas A. : She’s exactly the kind of person that makes trump trolls SO MENTALLY ILL that they spend literally YEARS of their lives, all day, every day, talking to people they HATE, on the channels they HATE, about how much they HATE her. They’ll howl at the moon when she becomes POTUS

    4. @Ash Roskell Couldnt agree more. All Trumps supporters are Brain dead or cant think for themselves. We in Europe cant believe what comes out of his mouth.. Hates anyone that goes against him & the lies unbelievable. I have travelled to America quiet a bit always thought American people were polite but Trump has brought out the worst .
      As for the Virus it will only get worse before getting better with trump as “Leader” . Americans who travel to Europe are no longer WELCOME all due to Trump. I feel so sorry for the American people.All other Presidents had a good relationship with most of the World Leaders. No talking to Trump I pray that the America people will vote him out in November for the safety of the World.

  3. How is Donald tRump going to bend the Covid-19 Curve when he can’t even bend over & touch his bonespurs?

    1. @Moe : tRump has “Balls” just like he has integrity, character credibility & bonespurs.

    2. That’s funny, but it’s got nothing to do with this subject. It really only makes you look like a bot.

  4. So eloquent and heartfelt sister Alexandria Ocasio- Cortez.. Like water off a duck’s back. Please remain on that high road, not responding in kind.. thanks

  5. On this show, James Carville summed this up perfectly by saying: “This yo-yo guy just scared away the last college educated female republicans in America”.

  6. Older generations of Congresswomen-“Just don’t say anything. Keep your head down and work hard and hope for proper respect.” AOC- “Homie don’t play dat.” lmfao.

    1. But hasn’t that been the problem? Women have for too long kept quiet about these types of assaults and abuses, and then when someone decides to stand up against it, they’re made to look like troublemakers.

  7. I see women as equals to men we are all human and we shouldn’t look down on each other for our Gender

    1. @Logan McLean
      Still trolling with your delusional comments? It really gets boring after awhile. Try something else. You’re terrible at this.

  8. Someone should ask Yoho how many asteroids he has named after him for winning a science fair in high school? I bet the answer is less than AOC.

  9. “Whoops, there goes another Republican 💩”. (sung to the tune “High Hopes” from a Classic Disney animated film). I look forward to the future where all this footage is used in college-level courses on racist behavior in the 21st century.

    1. @Tom Thumb Let’s see. What did Biden do while he was Vice-President?

      Played a Leading Role in Getting the Economy Back on Track
      Chaired the Middle-Class Task Force, which was a guiding force in the Administration’s efforts to improve the livelihoods of middle-class families.
      Oversaw the Administration’s implementation of the Recovery Act — which added 2 million jobs, helped stave off another Great Depression, and made an unprecedented investment in America’s infrastructure. One of the most efficient government spending programs in history, the Act was determined by the Government Accountability Office — the gold standard in auditing — to have waste, fraud, and abuse amount to less than two-tenths of one percent of the total cost of the package.
      Fought for a lifeline for America’s iconic auto industry, saving 1.5 million jobs up and down the supply chain.
      Fought for Congressional approval of the Dodd-Frank, which inserted accountability into the financial sector and fortified the stability of the financial system.
      Helped Guarantee Fiscal Policy that Supports Middle-Class Economics
      Led Administration negotiations over tax and spending bill that averted a debt crisis in 2011 and instituted one of the largest deficit-reduction plans in history.
      Secured a legislative compromise at the end of 2012 which averted a fiscal cliff and implemented the largest middle-class tax cut in history.
      Training and education
      Led the Administration’s Skills Initiative to improve effectiveness of federal workforce training programs so that more Americans can get the training they need for middle class jobs.
      Oversaw a comprehensive transformation of federal workforce training funding through review of all programs, identification of training strategies that work, and recommendations for practices to be adopted to ensure that federal programs are providing training for skills that employers need and for middle class jobs that are available.
      Fought to prioritize federal support for community colleges as a training provider, and led efforts to incorporate the proven best practice of close alignment between community colleges and employers into all funding programs.
      Recommended greater investment in on-the-job training, particularly apprenticeships, resulting in the greatest increase in the number of apprenticeships in more than a decade.
      Fought for a Level Playing Field for American Workers
      Fought for payroll tax cuts during the economic recovery — ensuring a tax cut for every single worker in America.
      Pushed for a higher national minimum wage, and supported state and city level efforts when Congress failed to agree to a higher national wage floor.
      Was a major proponent of more robust overtime protections, stronger enforcement against companies that collude to hold down wages, and less harmful non-compete restrictions for workers.

    2. @Tom Thumb Launching the Cancer Moonshot
      In his 2016 State of the Union address, President Obama called on Vice President Biden to lead a new, national “Cancer Moonshot” to dramatically accelerate efforts to prevent, diagnose, and treat cancer – to achieve a decade’s worth of progress in five years. By leveraging decades of scientific understanding from the study and care of cancer, creating and aggregating immensely powerful datasets, and developing unprecedented science and technological capabilities, we as a Nation are positioned to end cancer as we know it.
      On January 28, 2016, President Obama issued a Presidential Memorandum establishing the Cancer Moonshot Task Force to bring together all Federal agencies that touch the cancer experience, charged with leveraging Federal investments, targeted incentives, private sector efforts, patient engagement initiatives, and more, to support cancer research and enable progress in prevention, diagnosis, and treatment. Never before have so many government agencies come together – committing their leadership and uniting their focus – to tackle the challenges along the spectrum of cancer research and care to improve outcomes for patients.
      Working to End Cancer as We Know It
      On June 6, 2016, in support of making research data freely accessible, the Vice President visited the University of Chicago to mark the public release of the National Cancer Institute’s (NCI) Genomic Data Commons (GDC), a first-of-its-kind public data platform for storing, analyzing, and sharing genomic and associated clinical data on cancer. The GDC creates a foundational system for broad sharing and analysis of tumor genome sequences (the DNA unique to cancer cells), which is critical for advancing the field of precision medicine and improving the care of cancer patients, and is designed with appropriate privacy and security protections.
      On June 29, 2016, Vice President Biden convened a Cancer Moonshot Summit at Howard University, in Washington, D.C. More than 400 participants in Washington, D.C. and over 8,000 participants at summits in communities across the country from across the cancer ecosystem — the private, non-profit, and academic sectors — came together to discuss how they can contribute to the Cancer Moonshot goals and to announce new commitments to advance cancer research, data sharing, and access to quality cancer care.
      On September 16, 2016, Vice President Biden announced new steps to improve the safety, accessibility and impact of the clinical research system, essential to advancing the progress of the Cancer Moonshot. These steps include (1) making it easier for participants to find clinical trial opportunities as quickly as possible, (2) incentivizing new ways of designing clinical trials to maximize participation while minimizing burden and risk, and (3) strengthening the transparency of clinical trials and trial results. Under the Cancer Moonshot, increasing the efficiency of the clinical research system is a key priority, and these efforts serve ultimately to help speed oncology research toward cancer cures.
      At the United Nation Foundation’s Social Good Summit on September 21, 2016, Vice President Biden announced new international cooperation agreements and investments as part of the Cancer Moonshot. The ten new Memoranda of Understanding/Memoranda of Cooperation for international cancer research and care included new efforts for emerging scientific areas of precision oncology, the funding of collaborative research centers to address cancer disparities in low- and middle-income countries, and a strengthening of existing U.S. bilateral science and technology engagements related to cancer.
      President Obama signed H.R. 34, the 21st Century CURES Act on December 13, 2016. The bill includes $1.8 billion to support the Cancer Moonshot initiative, as well as funding for the President’s BRAIN initiative and Precision Medicine initiative. The legislation also commits $1 billion to combat the prescription opioid and heroin epidemic, as well as additional funds to support mental health reform and an improved drug development process. On Monday, December 5, with the Vice President presiding, the bill was amended in the Senate to rename the funding for the Cancer Moonshot in honor of his son, Beau Biden.
      Reporting to the American People
      The Blue Ribbon Panel, established per the direction of President Obama and formed under the National Cancer Advisory Board at the National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, presented its report on September 7, 2016. The report identifies major research opportunities that could uniquely benefit from the support of the Cancer Moonshot and lead to significant advances in the understanding of cancer and how to intervene in its initiation and progression, ultimately realizing the Cancer Moonshot’s mission to end cancer as we know it.
      On October 17, 2016, Vice President Biden delivered the Cancer Moonshot report to the President and the American public, summarizing the work of the Cancer Moonshot Task Force since its creation in January, and laying out the Vice President’s strategic plan for transforming cancer research and care. A new set of public and private sector actions and collaborations was also released with the report.
      Continuing the Cancer Moonshot
      By the end of this Administration, the Cancer Moonshot will have launched a series of coordinated efforts that incentivize bold, creative, and disruptive approaches to conducting cancer research, promoting prevention, and addressing critical needs for cancer care. These efforts will leverage talent and expertise across disciplines, sectors, and borders and will ensure rapid dissemination of information to the broader cancer research and care community to accelerate progress. Ultimately, these efforts will capitalize and build upon the progress made from the beginning of this Administration to accelerate biomedical research, leverage data and technology, and improve the nation’s access to first-rate, affordable health care. The work of the Cancer Moonshot will continue in the public and private sectors into 2017 through implementation of the many actions and policies developed over the last year.

    3. @Tom Thumb Encouraging a Hemisphere that is Middle Class, Prosperous, and Secure
      Vice President Biden is the Administration’s point person for diplomacy within the Western Hemisphere. He has worked to realize his vision of a Hemisphere that is “middle class, secure, and democratic, from Canada to Chile and everywhere in between.” In this capacity, the Vice President has led the Administration’s regional efforts to address economic, social, governance, and citizen security challenges.

      Made 16 overseas trips in the Western Hemisphere since 2009, including four trips each to Brazil and Mexico, and three each to Canada, Colombia, and Guatemala.
      Launched and chaired the U.S.-Mexico High Level Economic Dialogue, which significantly advanced trade, investment, and border infrastructure between the two countries.
      Worked with the governments of El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras to create the Alliance for Prosperity Plan for the Northern Triangle of Central America and engaged with the U.S. Congress to secure $750 million of U.S. support for the region.
      As one of the early supporters of Plan Colombia in the Senate, the Vice President was the first senior U.S. official to travel to Colombia after the Colombian congress ratified the peace accords in December. For his longstanding commitment to Colombia, he was recognized with Colombia’s highest national honor by President Juan Manuel Santos, the recipient of the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize.
      Launched the Caribbean Energy Security Initiative in January 2015 and chaired the U.S.-Caribbean-Central America Summit in May 2016, which advanced the diversification and integration of the region’s energy sectors.
      Standing up for a Europe Whole, Free, and at Peace
      The Vice President has been a leading architect of the U.S. strategic vision of a Europe whole, free and at peace. During his time in the Senate, the Vice President led the effort to enlarge NATO to include the former Warsaw Pact countries of Eastern and Central Europe after the collapse of the Iron Curtain. The Vice President’s speech at the Munich Security Conference in February 2015 laid out a vision for how to revitalize NATO, strengthen democratic institutions in Europe, prioritize investments to bolster energy security, and grow trade and investment ties across the Atlantic. The Vice President has been leading the Administration’s effort to support a sovereign, democratic Ukraine, visiting the country three times in 2014.

      Successfully advocated for the release of political prisoners, including Nadia Savchenko of Ukraine and Khadija Ismayilova in Azerbaijan.
      Took leading role in reassuring NATO allies of U.S. commitment to their security after Russia’s attempted annexation of Crimea and aggression in eastern Ukraine, including convening a summit with leaders of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania in August 2016.
      Was instrumental in securing Montenegro’s invitation to join NATO.
      Championed robust and sustained U.S. and international support for Ukraine’s political and economic stability and promoted needed reforms.
      Instrumental in securing the Stormont House Agreement in Northern Ireland, which ensured the survival of the independent Northern Ireland Executive and Assembly and a more prosperous future for Northern Ireland.
      Successfully promoted continued regional reconciliation in the Balkans.
      Led U.S. efforts to focus on increasing European energy diversification and security.
      Supporting the Rebalance to Asia
      The Vice President has also played an active role in supporting the Administration’s rebalance to the Asia-Pacific. He has developed deep relationships with the region’s leaders, demonstrating U.S. commitment to high-level, face-to-face diplomacy.

      Engaged the leadership in both Japan and the Republic of Korea to improve relations among two of the United States’ closest allies, leading to more robust bilateral and trilateral cooperation.
      Developed a constructive dialogue with then-Vice President Xi Jinping during multi-city reciprocal visits to China (August 2011) and the United States (February 2012).
      Engaging Iraq and Its Neighbors
      In the Middle East, the Vice President has been deeply involved in shaping U.S. policy toward Iraq, visiting the country several times. He has met with the leaders from around the Middle East and has championed Israel’s security.

      Led the effort to promote a unified, federal Iraq and to strengthen the U.S.-Iraqi partnership under the Strategic Framework Agreement.
      Helped broker a new inclusive Iraqi government in 2014 to advance political stability and unity.
      Facilitated dialogue and cooperation between Iraqi and Kurdish leaders to fight ISIL.
      Supported new U.S.-Jordan Memorandum of Understanding increasing U.S. assistance to Jordan up to $1 billion through 2017.
      Engaged regularly with King Abdullah to sustain our vital strategic partnership with Jordan and promote counterterrorism and energy cooperation with regional partners.
      Encouraging Economic Integration and Security in the Eastern Mediterranean
      Was instrumental in encouraging the resumption of full diplomatic relations between Turkey and Israel.
      Led U.S. efforts to encourage a Cyprus settlement that would reunify the island as a bi-zonal, bi-communal federation.

      That enough for you Thumbie? Lol!

    4. @Patrick Worthington u guys are joking. if not you just converted all the Dems on here to vote Trump.

  10. This trump plague
    First symptoms.
    Lying, oozing, irritation, blindness, deafness, lack of taste (not loss of taste) and disappearance of the spine.

  11. Man up. Talk about good “Judeo-Christian” values the GOP keeps crapping on about. Hang on. My bad! The Bible values women at 60% of that of a man (Leviticus 27:3-4), so maybe his behaviour is in keeping with the faith.

  12. Remember when the republicans said she would lose her seat??? Get used to her kids shes not going anywhere.

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