Into Amy Coney Barrett’s Record on Race | Into America Podcast – Ep. 84 | MSNBC

Into Amy Coney Barrett’s Record on Race | Into America Podcast – Ep. 84 | MSNBC 1


As the Supreme Court confirmation process continues this week for nominee Amy Coney Barrett, host Trymaine Lee takes a closer look at her record on race on this episode Into America. He sits down with Janai Nelson, the Associate Director-Counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund, to discuss Barrett’s rulings relating to workplace discrimination and the criminal justice system, and what her likely confirmation means for the ongoing fight for civil rights.

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Into Amy Coney Barrett’s Record on Race | Into America Podcast – Ep. 84 | MSNBC

41 Comments on "Into Amy Coney Barrett’s Record on Race | Into America Podcast – Ep. 84 | MSNBC"

  1. Micheal James Farrell | October 23, 2020 at 6:10 PM | Reply

    It’s the crackpots who are actually in tears today because the “debate” went so well for President Trump, that’s what warms my heart, tickles me pink. There, there, now, don’t you cry, you poor thing.

    • The fact that Amy Coney Barrett is a supporter of racism can be simply proved by over 95% of black people disapprove of her nomination.

  2. What a disgrace to be nomineed as a judge of SCOTUS. She uses her adopted children as leverage to gain her “trust” on the racial issue. The racial justice is not something personal, it is a systematic issue of the US justice system. She is a disgrace and always doge questions.

  3. She simply shows her “white supremacy” view, by saying she kindly adopted kids from Haiti.

    • @Danny Dunn I am not. She is, in a sneaky way, a decorated colonist.

    • That’s what she gets for adopting racist kids!

    • Micheal James Farrell | October 23, 2020 at 6:58 PM | Reply

      This nonsense, “colonialist”,” “racist”, “imperialist”, ect.,this vocabulary, is Marxist, is crackpot, dumbed down garbage that we can find in any communist country and in this case, comes from a US school near you. Fake statistics to back up fake arguments is learned in a shabby school.

    • @Micheal James Farrell Marxist commentary spuds out loudly here.

  4. Joe Biden: “When I was growing up there was a chemical factory polluting the air and river and the towns people were getting sick” What happend Joe? Why didn’t you help them while 47 years in government? Forgot about the small folk while you hit the big time ay. You did nothing in 47 years while we suffered and died.

  5. I am finally convinced that everybody is racist.

  6. Progressive Humanist | October 23, 2020 at 6:23 PM | Reply

    In the past 20 years, 5 SC seats have been stolen by the GOP: 2 under illegitimate potus Bush Jr, 3 by illegitimate potus 45*.

    And hundreds of lower court seats have been filled by Bush Jr and 45*, including those Mitch wouldn’t let be filled under Obama.

    It’s far past time for the dems to balance the courts any way possible. They have had far too much stolen from them, which really means stolen from US, We the People, who elected dems (Gore, Obama, HRC) to appoint judges, only to see illegitimate potus’s and anti-democratic obstructionism take away our voice, our power. If it was up to We the People, there would be only 1 far-right SC justice: Clarence Thomas.

  7. Tommy Westbrook | October 23, 2020 at 6:23 PM | Reply

    George Floyd had a overdose thug

  8. The fact that Amy Coney Barrett is a supporter of racism can be simply proved by over 95% of black people disapprove of her nomination.

  9. The more I got to know Amy Coney Barrett the less I liked. She’s outta touch ultra-conservative & I didn’t see any of this “brilliance” the Republicans talk about her.

  10. So, after all the dust has settled, who won the Debate last night between tRump vs Biden?

  11. Make them pay for rushing this witch thru. Vote every republican that is in Congress out when they’re up for re-election.

  12. MSNBC is part of the Biden campaign why not just come out and say it. And how can I trust you to give me honest news.

    • Heather Melissa | October 23, 2020 at 6:48 PM | Reply

      Then don’t come here. I come here because they DO provide unbiased reporting. Just because you don’t like what they say doesn’t make it wrong.

    • @Heather Melissa But Heather, Melissa, that’s funny because I have 2 ex’s with those name’s. Heather Melissa check it out, MSNBC I thought was fair and balanced. It’s not, it should be called MSDNC, all the moderators hate Trump and that’s wrong. If they’re all Biden supporters how can it be honest?

    • @Heather Melissa A quick question if you don’t mind where are you from, I’m from California.

  13. Her eyes look psycho to me.

  14. Loved it! Janae is super interesting and intelligent 😉

  15. Say her name!!!!! AMY CONEY BARRETT! LMAO!!!

  16. Here we go again take our guns and the race bailers at work and also Amy is a Supreme Court Justice show some respect ! Stop it right now . Trump is the Man

  17. Captain McObvious | October 23, 2020 at 8:13 PM | Reply

    Y’all attacking this woman who loves her own black children… But we are supposed to back Joe Biden, the author of the 94 crime bill who locked black men up in cages for fun and created single parent households.
    Knock it off and get someone else on this ticket or face the consequences.

  18. i don’t see how a judge can be an ‘constitutional originalist’ and simultaneously believe in the legitimacy of any of its amendments. any and all amendments, by their very existence, are admissions that the constitution was wrong or contained errors of omission. both are or were flaws at the time of their creation. and to adhere to a belief that a flawed document must be enforced verbatim is inconsistent with the oath of office taken by a supreme court justice.

    to bring the point home, after first establishing her position as a ‘constitutional originalist’ which she has readily done in the past, i think if i were a senator i would ask her positions on slavery both pre and post passage of the 13th amendment (the abolishment of slavery) WRT to her ‘originalist’ leanings.

  19. Eighty six Forty five


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