Conor Lamb: Trump’s ‘Failure To Live Up To Responsibilities’ Is On Trial | The Last Word | MSNBC 1

Conor Lamb: Trump’s ‘Failure To Live Up To Responsibilities’ Is On Trial | The Last Word | MSNBC

 

Rep. Conor Lamb (D-PA) joins Lawrence O’Donnell to discuss the “most important point” of the Impeachment Managers’ case against Donald Trump so far. He says the former president “convinced people to think of him like the guy at the end of the bar” yet he was so powerful he could have stopped the January 6 attack. Aired on 02/11/2021.
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25 comments

  1. 45* couldn’t even spell responsibility, much less define it, much less comprehend it even if someone explained the concept to him with crayons.

  2. I like the part where the “savior” of the republican party turned out to be the worst president in US history!
    Sweet pick there.

    1. In truth, the Republicans won’t vote to convict Trump. Not because they still support him, but rather because they refuse to endorse ANY Democratic initiative, regardless of how Constitutionally sound it is (or how improper rejecting it would be). That “unity” they sniveled about last week? It was obviously supposed to be the Democrat’s gift to them, in return for no concessions at all on their part. I’ve been a registered Republican all my long life. I figure that association is good until about six minutes after their decision is announced.

    1. All the personnel shifts performed in December and early January, at key positions in the Pentagon and his cabinet was the tip off that the fix was in. The fact that @45 called for a rally, in DC, on January for the 6th was the other. After a whole term of promoting divisive actions, and ignoring COVID 19’s spread – even after he caught it; what occurred at his dog whistled event is also no surprise.

      The man can not take that he was soundly trashed during the election. His poor Ego could not taken it. He had to lash out. He had to sure us that he was still in charge—by fermenting an Insurrection like no other since the War of 1812.

      In spite of the evidence presented, I still hang on to my fearless prediction: @45 WILL NOT BE FOUND GUILTY.

      That is how screwed up our current Congress is: The House which represent all American, the Senate full of men over 70 and with attitudes formed during their stone-aged, non-black and Native American and other immigrants whose contributions to the our country’s stature. People, unless we get new faces, younger faces in Congress – and some women and people of color as well; nothing will change. The GOP is the QGOP/Right Wing Party. They have no balls and now courage to do the fight them. I am not a Bot, and I vote. I am out.

  3. I can see with my eyes and hear with my ears the Obvious Inside Job.

    Luckily Tr*** was as successful as his marriages, businesses, charities etc and FAILED.

  4. The blood of those Capitol Police are on Trump’s hands, and on the hands of all the Republicans like Josh Hawley, Ted Cruz, and my Senator Mike Lee.

  5. A President of the United States can’t be irresponsible in his communications. Then flippantly excuse their consequences. His words have import. Power. And command.

  6. “The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing you he doesn’t exist.” —The Usual Suspects

  7. Well said Conner Lamb, he’s not the Average Citizen. His right to Free Speech comes with a lot more Responsibility as President of these United States of America

  8. The Lord Jesus Christ died on the cross for our sins, and he was buried, and he rose again the third day, and he is offering everlasting life to all who will believe in him.

  9. “Trump’s ‘Failure To Live Up To Responsibilities’ … ” re-affirms that #Jan621 Insurrectionist #DJT is “utterly incompetent” as per the words of both his own Federal Judge elder-sister Maryanne Trump Barry and his own Clinical Psychologist niece Dr. Mary Trump. May #Imp2POTUS45 always hear “You’re fired” via the unwavering reality of election results that reject him who is the cause of #MourningInAmerica (per #LincolnProject).

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