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Lockdown is not sustainable, but a precoronavirus world does not exist. Chris Hayes discusses what we need to do to reopen society without an uncontrolled pandemic or an economic depression. Aired on 04/29/2020.
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79 Comments on "Chris Hayes On Door Number 3 For Reopening Society | All In | MSNBC"

  1. Reporter: “You said that America will soon be testing 5 million people a day. Do you stand by that estimate?”

    Trump: “I never said that, but somebody did. I heard it too. You know what….I think it might have been that deep state imposter who’s been going around posing as me. It’s the same deep state imposter that said the virus was a hoax, and that maybe we should look at using disinfectants to treat the coronavirus.”

    • Brother Sanguinary | April 29, 2020 at 9:55 PM | Reply

      And that every American who wanted a test could get one. So many dead because of so many lies.

    • His tactic is: Lie, Deny, Blame and makes excuses. If those fail, as you are being sarcastic.

    • truerealityscott | April 29, 2020 at 10:19 PM | Reply

      @Brother Sanguinary lies lies lies. t’rumps pathological

    • Trump 2Q2Q The Library | April 30, 2020 at 3:24 AM | Reply

      david you should ask the deep state for a paycut , your shilling is losing the information war

    • MadMalcolm D | April 30, 2020 at 2:01 PM | Reply

      He never said that…he said 5 million tests would be produced by the end of the next week. Play some more whisper down the alley and slowely change anything ever said into propaganda. Tests are worthless anyway. We social distanced to slow the spread and now it is time to get back to work.

  2. I look forward to the day when I can open my tablet, and not have to hear about this Orange Clown who currently infects the White House.

  3. I wonder if the republicans want a second round of Covid 19 in the fall so they can use that to cancel the election? I sure don’t trust them on any level. The only way republicans win anything is to lie and cheat.

    • Salah Mohamed | April 29, 2020 at 11:51 PM | Reply

      Mc1r1950 , very true.

    • TheSwordfish009 | April 29, 2020 at 11:55 PM | Reply

      Stay in your homes and collect stimulus checks, sheep.

    • your statement is TRUE

    • Kwokfan Fan | May 1, 2020 at 10:26 PM | Reply

      There is another way to look at this, his MAGA supporters are mostly between 40-70 and men, that vulnerable bunch that may be exposed to the COVID when they gather at the stadium. They may be too sick to vote in person and denied mail in vote.

    • Richard Batchelder | May 4, 2020 at 10:07 AM | Reply

      Trust seems to be a thing with you… Let me remind you of Debbie W Shultz, Donna Brizzle two DNC chairs fired during the 2016 election for election tampering .. Hillary and her Obama thugs from the FBI, James Comey..
      and his bunch of keystone cops.. trying to fix an election.. Not many I would “TRUST” in the Democrat Party…

  4. Brother Sanguinary | April 29, 2020 at 9:53 PM | Reply

    Having to tell grown adults to wash their hands just shows the rest of us how far we can trust our fellow Americans.

    • The Ropes of Renovation | April 29, 2020 at 10:29 PM | Reply

      lol And people have always laughed at me for washing my hands before folding fresh laundry and unloading the dishwasher.

    • Russell Hinton | April 29, 2020 at 11:27 PM | Reply

      Yo they are saying that in every country, the problem is this virus was treated as mild

      They could have contact traced and issued a two week warning for a two week quarantine and developed testing as soon as they new in December the efficacy of transmission , this administration’s sole calculus has been re-election not public safety

    • You mean how far we can trust fake, fear mongering, fake news.

  5. Brother Sanguinary | April 29, 2020 at 9:56 PM | Reply

    Remember when Trump said every American who wanted a test could get one? So many dead because of so many lies.

    • “I get tested for the virus very often so I know I dont have it”…mike pence

    • jabberwolf
      Trust Donnie Syndrome ain’t as popular as it used to be 😂😂😂😂

    • @The Ropes of Renovation Says the person who follows blindly a traitorous despotic demagogue.

    • You get to keep your doctor qnd insurance will drop! Member that one kiddo?

    • @Burt Rango Thing is, if you take an honest look back, that’s been *every* President’s playbook. At least it has in my 35 years. He’s just louder and sloppier about it.

  6. Vicki Ross Tudor | April 29, 2020 at 9:58 PM | Reply

    God bless Angela Merkel. She is so intelligent.

  7. Know what I don’t get! How the richest nation in the world can be so incompetent that it can’t accommodate/allocate it’s resources as needed to keep it’s citizens afloat during an epidemic.

    • Because most of the riches belong to the wealthy, and they don’t like sharing.

    • Jo-Erlend Schinstad | April 29, 2020 at 11:29 PM | Reply

      I think it’s not that the enslaved likes being enslaved, but that the fantasy of one day having slaves of their own, makes slavedom easier to bear. It becomes a vicious circle.


    • It’s very, very simple really. the “richest nation in the world” also has the greatest level of wealth disparity. Some Americans have exceptional, unreal levels of wealth, while the majority live in RVs in Walmart car parks, or single wide trailers, or a cabin their grandpappy built down the hill from the coal mine. Many work two or three casual or part time jobs and still don’t have adequate health insurance. The wealth in the US is for a select, corrupt few. The only way to get a leg up out of poverty is to go along with the status quo, to take blood money for becoming part of the problem. It’s a system destined to fail, and what you’re seeing here is the start of that failure.

    • Because most of the wealth in the US belongs to a few and they have found loopholes to avoid contributing to the society and America’s priorities are screwed. Money goes to the military that spends it on killing innocent civilians in the middle east.

  8. wow….Merkel impresses me again.

  9. Stay the fuck home | April 29, 2020 at 10:04 PM | Reply

    I had forgotten what an answer to a question, sounded like.

    • doyouaretzho🎍

    • @staythefuckkhome and i can assure you the answer she gave was even more detailed, the translation was kind of lazy 😀

    • Katrina Moore | April 30, 2020 at 12:29 AM | Reply

      Yeah, I can’t even bear to watch one of my favorite shows, The West Wing, because, while escaping into this magical world where the White House is functioning and expertise is highly valued, while that escape is a great high, I can’t handle the devastating crash when I come back to reality. . . <190 days until the election y’all!!!🇺🇸😷🇺🇸✌️🖖🤘

  10. Yep, the Germans have Merkel, and we have trump. We’re screwed.

    • @Emsley Wyatt And at that time , as you point out,the USA had FDR, now you have Trump. As tanon says you are screwed

    • Lisa or Bryan Austin | April 30, 2020 at 3:29 AM | Reply

      @Chris P. Bacon Wait, how is a billionaire a failed businessman?

    • Chris P. Bacon | April 30, 2020 at 3:48 AM | Reply

      @Lisa or Bryan Austin We don’t know if he’s a billionaire or not, he’s still hiding his taxes. Dude bankrupted three casinos and the USFL. Banks ran from him so much he had to go to Russia to borrow money. No matter how you slice it, the guy is a grifter.

    • I wish trump another 4 years XD.

    • @William Ma I;d gladly pay his fare to the moon

  11. “It’s a difficult, complicated question”…. well, that eliminates any possibility of MAGA morons grasping it or behaving rationally in response to it. The whole point of being a Trump supporter is that you abandon all thought, shout inane slogans, and delight in just being a plain old ignorant a-hole.

    • @Zeike Azzano PART 4 After the second world war, the first societies in which wealth and opportunity were widely spread among ordinary people appeared in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the Scandinavian countries. This was produced by public policies of progressive taxation that made it easy to become a millionaire, but difficult to become a billionaire, and difficult to create an aristocracy of inherited wealth. Starting in 1980, the great wealthy families of America began to dismantle and destroy this achievement, using the Republican Party as their implement. There is actually no “Republican Party”, but merely the decisions made by a coterie of billionaires carried out by its servants. They also have considerable influence in the Democratic Party, but it is somewhat less under their thumb. They are powerful enough to ensure that “friendly” politicians will rise to power in the Democratic Party but they cannot as easily control it. Consequently, the Democratic Party has never been a coherent or consistent opponent to the growing power of a hereditary aristocracy in the U.S. The post-WW2 American egalitarian society has pretty much melted away, and now, far from being a “land of opportunity”, country built by and for its people, the great majority of the nation’s wealth is in the hands of a small number of inherited fortunes. In other words, the American Revolution has been cancelled out, and you now live in George III’s England.

      The aim of truly progressive political and economic thought is to prevent the concentration of power in the hands of the few, and the concentration of property in the hands of the few. It should seek to prevent concentrated corporate power or aristocracy from gaining control of production. Progressive thought is then, by logical necessity, anti-socialist and anti-corporate. Progressive thought embraces the utility of government services whenever they enable and enhance the freedom and autonomy of the individual. It just as firmly rejects sham government “services” that are merely stratagems to give power over the people to a managerial elite. Progressive thought embraces a social “safety net” under all our feet, provided it is not rigged to control its recipients, and always rejects handouts and subsidies for the rich. Democracy’s meaning is clear: the people should rule; they should not be ruled. The revolutionary aim of democracy — the logical extension of the revolution that began in 1776 —- is to create a society where every individual has a significant share of property and exercises practical autonomy, where the opportunities and fruits of enterprise are open to everyone, and where no privileged clique exercises power over the majority. The democratic state is supposed to serve this aim, and never to promote the interests of an elite, whether it dresses up as mandarins, dukes, commissars, or CEOs. Whatever moves society in this direction is “progressive”.

    • @Zeike Azzano PART 5 Trumpism is more than just the long-established Conservative trend toward hereditary aristocracy. It is a radical monarchist movement that hopes to eliminate the democratic process and create a Soviet-style dictatorship in America. This is why Putin’s old Communist goon squad has been so supportive of it, and why Trump lavishes his openly declared love on the dictator of Communist North Korea. North Korea is, in fact, his vision of the ideal society. There are a variety of subgroups that support Trump’s ambitions (neo-Nazis, old segregationists, various economic crackpots, and a huge army of con-artists and grifters eager to cash in on the endless stream of loot generated by Trump’s crude corruption) but the core of his following is religious. Religious, not in the normal sense familiar to previous generations of Americans, but a cult known as Dominionism. Without the Dominionists, Trump is nothing, because they are the organized ones who get the vote out for him. Dominionists are open opponents of American democracy, and indeed of every American value. In their view, Trump is the “Cyrus” appointed by God to turn America into a theocratic dicatorship in which America will be ruled by “biblical law”, and Americans will essentially be reduced to slavery. They are America’s equivalent of the Taliban or the revolutionary Mullahs of Iran. Dominionism is largely modelled on Marxism — it has the same eschatological vision of history, with the same “paradise on earth” created by an appocalypse. Dominionists form only a small part American society, but they have huge financial resources (provided by the billionaires who find their influence useful) and they are able to mobilize a very energetic following. They can also count on many other groups to go along with them, including many more conventional churches, usually by denouncing anything and everything that might oppose them as “socialist.” The irony of this is striking, since they are in fact the principal promoters of socialism. But there is nothing new about this. Every totalitarian movement loudly denounces its opponents as whatever themselves are. Trump, the most corrupt politician in American history, of course claims to be “draining the swamp” and movements intending to promote a theocratic dictatorship claim to be fighting for “religious freedom.” Etc. These movements learned how to do this from their template example, the Communist Party, which long ago mastered the art of making two plus two equal five and inverting the meaning of every word. It is not at all surprising to me that, back in the days of the Reagan Revolution, every Neo-Conservative intellectual I met was earnestly studying and quoting Lenin.

    • Marcus Guzman | May 1, 2020 at 12:43 AM | Reply

      @21 12 poor panties did someone get them in a twist did someone make a trumpturd cry

    • Ann Marie Boucher | May 1, 2020 at 3:35 AM | Reply

      @Marcus Guzman yes a tRUMP TURD IS CRYING HILARIOUS

    • Yes, they can’t grasp that the models have been wrong the entire time. Or that their small business is about to die b/c the government (federal and state) forced them to shut it down. Or that if we don’t open up the country soon there won’t be a country to come back to. Yes, THOSE people are the problem.

  12. American: Reopen Economy
    World : 😂😅All the best…..

  13. That old line about the states being the laboratories of democracy sounds real good, until you realize that you’re the lab rats.

  14. Imagine that, a country with an intelligent leader. Oh, I remember the days.

    • Philip Pankiewicz | April 29, 2020 at 10:42 PM | Reply

      I remember Regan too…

    • Jo-Erlend Schinstad | April 29, 2020 at 11:32 PM | Reply

      @Philip Pankiewicz: You mean the president who kept repeating the fantasy that if humanity would face a common threat, then we would all hold hands and sing kumbaya?

    • Philip Pankiewicz -lol. Reagan had Alzheimer’s while he served. He sold idiots trickle down economy which ended our social democracy from 1933-1979 and began neoliberal policies which blew up the debt, has caused stagnate M class wages, declining L class wages, began shipping off manufacturing jobs, shrinking M class, increased the wealth of the wealthy and corporations by shifting income and wealth to the upper class and corporations which has continued since then, monopolies increased, the for-profit prison/detention system and the huge explosion of incarcerated Americans, etc. Reagan was an actor, Trump’s an actor. They r both good at acting, that’s it. Neither one of them benefited the M&L classes, they hurt the M&L classes.

  15. Can you imagine Typhoid Trump explaining “transmission rate” like Chancellor Merkel just did? Yeah, neither can I.

  16. Simon Nielsen | April 29, 2020 at 11:12 PM | Reply

    Apparently he was being sarcastic when he said “anyone who wants a test, can get a test” as well…

    • And when he took the oath when he became “president” …

    • Anyone who wants a test CAN get a test, dummy!
      An online IQ test, What personality type are you test, How to turn on your man test…
      I only wish Trump would get tested for syphilitic brain holes.

  17. Angela Merkel, what a true leader looks like. And we have tRump

  18. Jordan Thomas | April 29, 2020 at 11:42 PM | Reply

    Oh yeah, that’s right. Leaders of countries *can* be intelligent people. And women. Leaders can be *intelligent women* .

    We have Trump

    We all must have done something wrong in a past life.

  19. Paul Wesley Lewis | April 30, 2020 at 1:04 AM | Reply

    Just contrast Merkel with Trump, in that 30 second clip she made more sense than months of Trumps blithering press conferences.

    • Yeah… every leader is better than Trump with one exception – the prime minister of Brazil… omg have you seen this guy? He makes Trump look like how Trump thinks Trump looks.
      For example, the other day a reporter asked him about the deaths in Brazil and the trend upward and he was just flat out like “so what? People die all the time”… I guess it was more coherent than Trump but just so much more flagrant dereliction of duty

    • Dulcie Gray | May 7, 2020 at 9:38 PM | Reply

      Quantum Chemist vs bleachy 1 we are so lucky, here in the USA.

  20. Imagine if we had a leader like Chancellor Merkel who actually understands science and tells it like it is and doesn’t embellish the truth lime our fuxxtard Drumpf 🤮🤮🤮🤮

    • Genghis Smith | May 4, 2020 at 10:46 AM | Reply

      Richard Batchelder Oh this is hilarious….you can’t help but obfuscate can you, sad man! It’s a shame you types don’t care about babies AFTER they’re born, smh.

    • Genghis Smith | May 4, 2020 at 10:48 AM | Reply

      Richard Batchelder And now you’re lying that Dems support illegal immigrants over Americans?!? Wow….your desperation is worse than I thought….😧😂

    • Genghis Smith | May 4, 2020 at 10:49 AM | Reply

      Richard Batchelder Ffs, now you’re questioning MY morals???? Smh, how pathetic.
      And do try not to condescend with your pathetic cupcake nonsense dear….you really are in no position to do so. 😂

    • anonymusum | May 9, 2020 at 2:29 PM | Reply

      @Richard Batchelder

      As a German I tell you the majority of the country welcomes green energy even if it´s more expensive right now. And the majority of the country welcomed the refugees as well – except our morons on the far right wing – your bros and sisters I guess.

    • Richard Batchelder | May 9, 2020 at 3:31 PM | Reply

      ​@anonymusum If energy is expensive “now”, it will NEVER get any cheaper. If you haven’t seen Michael Moore’s new documentary..”Planet of the Humans” on youtube.. you might want to take a peek at it..
      America has enough immigrants coming up from South America and Mexico… being a Right Winger I have absolutely no problem with immigration if it is done properly. Caravans and Mass migration is NOT the way.

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