GOP Mayor Of Oklahoma City Argues For Covid Relief Opposed By Okla. GOP In Congress | All In | MSNBC

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“To not support cities or states at all is a totally unreasonable position. Because whether you’re a red state or a blue state, a red mayor or a blue mayor, your revenues are down, and your services are suffering as a result,” says David Holt, the Republican mayor of Oklahoma City, discussing the need for Covid relief. Aired on 02/25/2021.
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24 Comments on "GOP Mayor Of Oklahoma City Argues For Covid Relief Opposed By Okla. GOP In Congress | All In | MSNBC"

  1. Look at him go! Truth to power! Do it!

  2. Reconciliation. Give money where it’s needed, not to the 1% the retrumplicans prefer.

  3. Truth to power! Do it!

  4. There’s alot of cheating going on. The wealthy are finding the vaccine readily while I can’t get a shot for my 84 year old mother with a heart condition. America, this is not your finest hour.

    • That is sad! I also heard of that as well in Florida under Governor DeSantes. They move their friends to the front of the line even if they don’t meet the requirements, and they are those who live in rich neighborhoods. I hope she gets it soon! 500k deaths was WAY TOO MUCH and NEVER SHOULD HAVE HAPPENED!

  5. Let’s roll

  6. Conservatives who want to make the safety net more “pro-work” might find the answer to their prayers in an unexpected place: President Biden’s economic agenda.

  7. It’s a view a ground level.

  8. พิเชษฐ นิลศิริ | February 25, 2021 at 9:55 PM | Reply

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  9. Kinda obvious who knows what they are talking about and who doesn’t. Feels like corporate america tellings its democratically elected managers how to control the workers and run the store.

  10. Mcconnell will do anything. To hog the limelight to stay relevant! He needs to be deposed for now! Shame on him for using his bogus economic concerns when people are hurting! Kentucky must dump him!

    • Louise Cardinal | February 25, 2021 at 10:13 PM | Reply

      They like him no need to work get welfare, other states support their state. Other states should look out for their hard working people seeing it’s their tax dollars given to Moscow mitch’s state

  11. “A government watchdog group is asking the House Office of Congressional Ethics to investigate GOP Reps. Andy Biggs (Ariz.), Madison Cawthorn (N.C.) and Paul Gosar (Ariz.) over the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol…”

  12. พิเชษฐ นิลศิริ | February 25, 2021 at 9:58 PM | Reply

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  13. A comment from OKC….Good interview. Putting out the truth and representing both political parties. Good Job

  14. X-Frame timber homes are earthquake resistant | February 25, 2021 at 9:59 PM | Reply

    Wear a mask.

  15. And that should have been enough they are your people asking for help that show you who you care about

  16. States and cities need what “that” political party doesn’t want, on principal.

  17. This is the main difference between Dems and reps. All politicians are shady characters but reps seem to go out of there way to be counterproductive to the needs of most citizens.

  18. The federal government is paid for and supported by every state, city and county so it’s time for federal government to give back, after all it’s our money

  19. Half the GOP is going to go down for TREASON before this is over.
    Their only chance is to keep lying, and it’s been that way for a while now.

  20. I dnt like he’s cavalier attitude not good he seemed like maybe he had a few beers b4 the interview

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