Chris Hayes On How Uniquely Devastating And Deadly The Coronavirus Is | All In | MSNBC

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Chris Hayes: “At this point in the global pandemic, it should not be necessary for me to do what I'm about to do: To state the clear facts about how uniquely devastating and deadly this disease is.” Aired on 4/17/2020.
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Chris Hayes On How Uniquely Devastating And Deadly The Coronavirus Is | All In | MSNBC

81 Comments on "Chris Hayes On How Uniquely Devastating And Deadly The Coronavirus Is | All In | MSNBC"

  1. No one cares that any of us have lived in poverty so don’t go startin to now

    • @HSam97 I’ve been looking into that, but I’ve seem multiple articles from actual news sites saying that people who don’t file their own taxes just aren’t getting a check. Much like kids who are 17 or over and not eligible for it. Is that not correct? It’s really hard finding consistent information about this.

    • @It’s Just Milk I Swear I have done significant research into it. Those who are claimed on taxes (as I can be, because technically I am a dependent on my grandmother while caring for her) are excluded. I’ve looked into it multiple times and there is a lot of conflicting information about it, but the most recent thing I saw released by the IRS is that I just don’t qualify. Do you have something from an actual source that says I do?

    • @Ender Gamer Thank you. Good luck to you too!

    • It's Just Milk I Swear | April 19, 2020 at 12:27 AM | Reply

      @Pascal you didn’t say in your post that you were a dependent, which is the only thing that would disqualify you from receiving the stimulus.

    • It’s Just Milk I Swear I know, I understand what disqualifies me, I was stating that I didn’t qualify due to circumstance. It sucks, but right now I can’t change the circumstances because I won’t abandon my disabled grandmother. Especially not now with care facilities being hit so hard by this.

  2. Andrew Gutierrez | April 17, 2020 at 11:17 PM | Reply

    R.I.P. to all who’ve passed away. My condolences to their family and friends

  3. Tatanka Sapa | April 18, 2020 at 2:04 AM | Reply

    Wtf does 911 have to do with a virus?

  4. 4:02 “fully locked down” my mom and brother still working, I’ve gone to the store twice this week, whenever I look outside there is tons of people, and I live in Montana, I’m thinking it must be worse in the more populated states.

    • @ Democrat killed…..

      You have a pathetic thoughts. You are thinking about politics?? Shame on you…

    • @LoyalT1987 bro what? everything’s been closed down in jax lol the beaches just reopened yesterday and only for certain times of the day. if you’ve been on the road at all during what used to be rush hour, you’ll notice there’s hardly any cars on the road. im really surprised you say you live in jax and dont notice a difference

    • Washington state, Eatonville to be exact same here. I am from a small town near Mt. Rainer, HAD to go to a Dr. Appt in Tacoma, I was shocked! I had been following “stay at home” order. Apparently I am not the norm. Traffic a little lighter but people are out and about Wal-Mart parking lots full, Malls empty the are closed, people in parks ETC. I live at a fishing resort we turn people away daily no fishing no boating but they did open camping and people are coming WOW I don’t leave house even to sit on porch on weekends have face mask on always other people not so much

    • @I love America And resent seeing it stolen quit smoking that Trump meth Puto

    • @Name I didn’t say I didn’t notice a difference. There’s clearly a difference. But people are trying to make it seem like this lockdown has led to a huge decrease in people out and about, and that’s not the case at all. There may not be as many people, but there are still a lot by any measure.

  5. TastefulPsychoAboutToEatPie | April 18, 2020 at 2:26 AM | Reply

    Yesss!! Yes to everything. Also, disappointed 🙁 in Dr. Phil. I kinda liked him. I lose faith in humanity every day. Probably zero faith in it at this point.

    Edit: I love how you guys took the time to raise my belief in humanity and (I assume) to make my day better. I have some faith now but I need to be careful. I do not want to be disappointed again.

    • Vincent Conti | April 18, 2020 at 7:40 AM | Reply

      Don’t go there ..far more good happens every day!!! It’s just that good news doesn’t sell …stay away from the “news” …it’s not what you think it is!!! It is entertainment….a business!!! The one and only purpose of a business is what???? $$$$$…. They sell fear and worry…and more fear!!!
      Always look on the bright side of life…. imagine whistling!!!!

    • Barry William Teske | April 19, 2020 at 1:43 AM | Reply

      Don’t lose faith in humanity. Help hold those to account who spread misinformation and disinformation like weapons.

    • Kevin Suarez | April 19, 2020 at 8:10 PM | Reply

      Know what u mean , kinda liked him but just another con artist.

    • I have friends in several hospitals saying that the news is lying about most of it
      The majority of people that are dying have already ailments and older the majority over 60 years old they don’t tell you that

  6. Imagine the deaths if 90% of the country wasn’t staying home nearly every day

    • I don’t know where you are getting that number but it is completely wrong. There is a huge number of Americans who are considered essential, rightfully or not, that are keeping the country running without the luxury of sitting at home in their PJs waiting for this to be over.

      What we have now is not even close to an actual “shutdown”. It is way too late for that, that would have needed to happen completely for at least a two week period to have any chance of controlling this.

      Because of the totally inept way this was handled by all of the governments involved, we are now just at the point where all that can be done is to continue to flatten the curve. Flatten it so that when it comes time for you or someone you know to need a hospital bed, there will be one.

  7. I never liked Dr Phil & his depressing voice. This just proves it.

  8. Maliha Intikhab | April 18, 2020 at 6:04 AM | Reply

    I’d rather listen to Doc Antle the mythical science doctor from tiger king than listen to Dr Phil.

    • I concur! I would rather listen to Dr. Dolittle, Dr. Suess, Doc Martin, Dr. House, Dr. Kildare, or Dr. Henry Fookin Higgins than listen to Dr. Phil.

  9. Jayce Crisostomo | April 18, 2020 at 6:11 AM | Reply

    It’s like playing the floor is lava but “outside is lava”.

  10. WickedMan999 | April 18, 2020 at 8:43 AM | Reply

    Dr. Phil cares more about money then his own grandkids if hes willing to send them to school during a pandemic

    • Anointed Truth | April 19, 2020 at 12:17 AM | Reply

      WickedMan999 , He wouldn’t send his and he probably wouldn’t even go out himself. He’s selfish , bald and annoying it’s all about money.

    • Kevin Suarez | April 19, 2020 at 2:04 AM | Reply

      Now we know dr phil is living scum,maybe not 4 long.

    • He, like the top 10% ers would send everyone else’s kids to school. Not their own. It’s a depopulation ploy.

    • mecca unknown | April 19, 2020 at 1:07 PM | Reply

      He’s human garbage a waste of air space that needs to be put in his place. He needs to be thrown into a room with covid 19 patients.

  11. This is what happens when a large segment of the populace no longer are scientifically literate and are in fact, anti-science.

    • @No Reply Email Yes, one wonders about moving forward when tribal interests replace science, traditional morality, and hard-won institutions.

    • No Reply Email | April 19, 2020 at 10:35 PM | Reply

      @JRG2733 When what will be accepted as facts depends on your politics, both discussion and compromise become less and less possible. Discussion and compromise are the lifeblood of both civil society and representative government.

    • @No Reply Email There is politics, and there is tribal racial hate and fear that are brought into politics by those who have no ideas or principles but only desire political power.

    • Maybe. But you’re also not accounting for the fact that some people would rather not live in fear, accept that death is inevitable, and are OK with the consequences. We allow people to take their lives into their own hands all the time. If those people want to risk it, let them. Every time someone gets behind the wheel of a car, they risk their lives and the lives of others.

    • @LoyalT1987 The argument of “exposing others to a virus” == “someone gets behind the wheel of a car” is a false equivalency.

  12. Margaret Nakhid-Chatoor | April 18, 2020 at 8:46 AM | Reply

    This is well presented. Factual and spoken with a sense of urgency. Who don’t HEAR, will always feel!

  13. Shannon Buron | April 18, 2020 at 9:38 AM | Reply

    Wait so they don’t see that the deaths that have happened are just in the short time span of a month?

    • U.S.S. Scambalam | April 20, 2020 at 7:19 PM | Reply

      That would destroy their talking point, Shannon. The DEATHS occured over the month, bassman. The DEATH rate exploded. Durr….

    • They don’t tell you that all the migrants working at the plants are already

    • @BassMan Strikes The more people have it, the higher the chances are of a person getting it say the 2nd time or their 3rd or even 5th. Every time they get a it, their chances of dying improve.

    • Keith Wilson | April 24, 2020 at 9:24 AM | Reply

      No no one sees the deaths because the fear is made to control you. 170000 deaths WW when we have 3 billion people !? Do the math

    • U.S.S. Scambalam | April 24, 2020 at 7:37 PM | Reply

      The friends and relatives of the dead people see them. So do others dying from the disease. And nurses, doctors, neighbors, ambulance drivers, cops, and gravediggers. Maybe you game boiz don’t see the dead. But you will, eventually. Do the math. The voters will Definitely see the dead. Like when Johnson and Nixon killed off tens of thousands of game-boi-aged boiz. Eventually people noticed. You’d see the dead if you were drafted into a war, for sure. Maybe we should bring back conscription. Hardly anyone died in the vietnam war.

  14. Laurella Henry-Barnes | April 18, 2020 at 9:47 AM | Reply

    All I hear them say is, “so what if people are dying!” Really? You don’t care that your population is fading, when they don’t have to?

  15. “swimming pool are not contagious”

    well, I would hope not

  16. Heartless comparisons!!!!!! It is all about the LOVE of money. Employers offer no protection but threaten to fire people.

  17. Those deaths was a year but this is just over 6 weeks

  18. General St. George | April 18, 2020 at 12:55 PM | Reply

    I love how Tucker Carlson quoted THE CDC for his numbers, but this guy quotes something called “The New Atlantis”

    Right I’ll stick with the CDC

    • Matthew Morris | April 27, 2020 at 11:10 AM | Reply

      U.S.S. Scambalam only..? Plus with the world pretty much on hold? I hope that’s sarcasm. The fact that we’ve shut most of the country down and still lost that many people that fast is devastating.

    • General St. George | April 27, 2020 at 12:04 PM | Reply

      @Matthew Morris considering most of those people are in three or four major hotspots, especially New York (surprise surprise) its actually not that devastating. still horrible, but not devastating

    • Matthew Morris | April 27, 2020 at 12:10 PM | Reply

      General St. George I’m in a hot spot so from my perspective it seems pretty bad

    • U.S.S. Scambalam | April 27, 2020 at 12:33 PM | Reply

      @Matthew Morris Yes, it was sarcasm…

    • U.S.S. Scambalam | April 27, 2020 at 12:40 PM | Reply

      Apparently whatever comment I originally responded to has been deleted. Something about numbers of dead……

  19. Jessica Killian | April 18, 2020 at 12:58 PM | Reply

    Thank you for this…its the facts. That’s all I need. My house will be staying in while the reopening is happening…and watching

  20. 4:36 I’m glad he pointed out how sociopathic people are

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