House Democrats Share Personal Stories From Capitol Riot | The Last Word | MSNBC 1

House Democrats Share Personal Stories From Capitol Riot | The Last Word | MSNBC

 

Rep. Peter Welch, who shared his experience of the Capitol insurrection on the House floor, tells Lawrence O’Donnell that during the attack, he was thinking about the “incredibly hard-working” Capitol police who put their lives at risk to protect members of Congress and how race and white supremacy factored into his colleagues’ experiences. Aired on 2/5/2021.
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25 comments

  1. These are the same people who send your kids to war and totally disregard them when they come home. FOH

  2. The brown shirt Orwellian dark ages are here

    It’s like being in high school except these drama queens have absolute power with no consequences for their blatant lies

  3. So I guess all the trumpbots come here now.
    Woe be to those scrolling down, there be snowflakes desperately trying to control the narrative.

  4. Privilege is being able to blend into an insurrectionist mob attacking the Capitol. (it doesnt get anymore clear than that my fellow Americans, educate yourself about what others go through in society)

  5. The GOP lawmakers need to be vetting, requirements, guidelines and vetting needs to be put in place before any one can run for any office in the United States.

  6. I’m a bigger victim. No I’m a bigger victim. I’m the biggest victim of all. #victimology-bigger the victim. Bigger the check

  7. It was real. In my mind.
    These people have sent thousands of soldiers to die in Iraq and Afghanistan. Now they want you to believe they have suffered because they had to listen to people’s opinions.

  8. Congress members should be able to excel in one key quality: Leadership!
    And all but 11 Republican house members have shown that they have no idea what that means.

  9. If a few can have power over the many through resources then do tell how capitalism and socialism are any different? I’ll wait….
    Stay tuned 1%of America.

  10. So glad the traitors and terrorists who attacked the Capitol are getting arrested. Our country is safer with those lunatics behind bars– hopefully for a very long time.

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