Can Mayor Pete Surge Maintain His Momentum? | Morning Joe | MSNBC

Can Mayor Pete Surge Maintain His Momentum? | Morning Joe | MSNBC 1

 

Ahead of Wednesday's Democratic debate in Atlanta, the panel discusses Mayor Pete's surge in recent polling but his struggled with African-American voters in South Carolina and if he can still gain momentum. Aired on 11/20/19.
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Can Mayor Pete Surge Maintain His Momentum? | Morning Joe | MSNBC

36 Comments on "Can Mayor Pete Surge Maintain His Momentum? | Morning Joe | MSNBC"

  1. My God, these people are sooooo out of touch…😞😞

  2. natesai johnston | November 20, 2019 at 3:21 PM | Reply

    Msnbc needs their centrist horse baaaad.

    • MSNBC is owned by a MIC component and fired Donahue for pointing out Iraq WMD was a farce. Centrist to them is any Rockefeller/Romney/GOP. The democrats are the old Rockefeller/Ford republicans. The GOP is the Dixiecrat racists/John Birchers/Volstead-Scopes-KKK alliance as seen in the 1920s along with fascists.

  3. Healthcare for everyone = far left..? You definately are exceptional. American exceptionalism = everywhere in the developed world everyone has healthcare, except the USA.

    • @Jroc R The USA is an Oligarchy. The Democracy Index shows real democracies. Press Freedom Index parallels freedom of information in countries without healthcare for profit aka Democracies. Happiness Index is in the Venn Diagram too. Think of it as the Zen Diagram. Interestingly the least religious are the happiest. (because they are allowed to be…suppression begets misery begets fear and submission to power. Public stoning has fans)

    • @angrykulla OECD has the civilized countries and their resource allocations, aka priorities. It parallels the Democracy Index or at least the first 24.

    • It’s not a surprise that it is recommended that the citizens buy private insurance. (Or say australia, you can get added tax if you don’t have private insurance). Long waits for public care are the norm. You basically go there to die.

    • dlee t I respectfully disagree about the Oligarchy claim, unless we are stretching it’s meaning to encompass power and wealth concentration wherever it’s found – which while true does not meaningfully distinguish the US from Europe.

    • Link to info about Australia. https://youtu.be/5SDUm1bx7Zc

  4. God forbid you mention Bernie and his over 4 million individual donors … not much of a story, eh?

  5. There are serious issues facing this country, and you people want to pump the brakes with Biden. The corrupt establishment wins again. The game really is rigged.

  6. paulusandronicus | November 20, 2019 at 6:49 PM | Reply

    Yeah we don’t want health insurance for all like any other industrialized country on earth; we rather pay the overpriced premiums and be denied when we need them to pay for care…. We understand big pharma, insurance companies probably pump some good money into your accounts but please don’t insult our intelligence !

  7. gotta love rich guy’s telling people that we don’t want healthcare

    • I don’t want a bureaucrat tell me I can’t have deductibles and co-payments. A true American want the insurance companies to have the right to refuse me care……………(sarcasm)

    • @Dert that’s it , I had a Republican tell me yesterday that universal healthcare is stupid because people who make unhealthy choices don’t deserve “free” healthcare even after I said we wouldn’t support fire and police departments sending us outrageous bills after saving our lives.

  8. Alene and Guy Dorsey were people of color and I at the age of three was their flower girl.

  9. Just said he’s going to help Farmers because he’s going to “fix the trade war.” Didn’t say how? I guess he has Obama’s “magic wand?” He’ll wave it and China will drop their 100 year plan? I think all of that “pounding” may have jarred something loose.

  10. Rumpled Trumpskin | November 20, 2019 at 11:35 PM | Reply

    Why didn’t they talk about the recently surfaced Tea Party video where Buttigieg tried to align himself with conservative principles. Buttigieg is a human weather vane.

  11. Rumpled Trumpskin | November 20, 2019 at 11:47 PM | Reply

    These establishment morons on MSNBC are completely out of touch with voters and resonate better with their corporate sponsors.

  12. America NEEDS Elizabeth Warren, it needs a progressive leader, the Republicans need to disappear for good, they will end up with another trump.

    • She lies too much. I remember she smeared the covington kids and then claimed privilege when legal came knocking.

  13. The Democrats are going to push a “Centrist Candidate” on us again and hand Trump another victory.

    When you fail and then try the same thing again, you deserve to lose.

  14. Tea Party Pete? Really? Then again, it is Iowa.

  15. Hey Joe, the majority of American people want healthcare, and they don’t give a 💩 what you or Obama say about it. Btw, mayor Pete sucks.

  16. I used to watch you guys but cmon stop hating on bernie it’s so obvious

  17. Is MSNBC worse than Fox News? Aren’t you supposed to be the leftist good guys? This isn’t the left this is the putrid rotting center.

  18. Turkey Bowlwinkle | November 21, 2019 at 11:49 PM | Reply

    Warren should have said “Medicare for All and Mexico will pay for it.”

  19. I watched the debates and these nitwits had it all wrong.

  20. This show is owned by corporations. No one should take what these people say as truth

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