Joy Reid: ‘George Floyd Absolutely Has Changed The World’ | The Last Word | MSNBC

Joy Reid: ‘George Floyd Absolutely Has Changed The World’ | The Last Word | MSNBC 1

 

Joy Reid and Trymaine Lee join Lawrence O’Donnell to discuss how the massive protests in the month since George Floyd was killed has pushed three Republicans to join all Democrats in the House in voting to pass a historic police reform bill and why this moment has provoked action. Aired on 6/25/2020.
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Joy Reid: ‘George Floyd Absolutely Has Changed The World’ | The Last Word | MSNBC

32 Comments on "Joy Reid: ‘George Floyd Absolutely Has Changed The World’ | The Last Word | MSNBC"

  1. People are stuck at home able to take in what’s going on the news

  2. radioactive man | June 26, 2020 at 1:04 AM | Reply

    Non of this doesn’t matter if there’s no end to police immunity . They should be held accountable for their mistakes

    • TheBase1aransas | June 26, 2020 at 4:36 AM | Reply

      What about government DEMANDING you wear a mask to buy food?

      “The government is here to help you …”

      Radio, you ARE the enemy of mankind, along with MSNBC.

    • Constituent A | June 26, 2020 at 11:11 PM | Reply

      @TheBase1aransas Aww . . . you poor baby! Deal with it.

    • @TheBase1aransas So what, store rules. If you don’t like wearing mask in store, order in.

    • TheBase1aransas | June 27, 2020 at 5:22 PM | Reply

      @Sandra L. Nope. I boycott them as much as possible. I grow a large portion of my own food.

  3. Every time I see that video it makes me want to throw up the way that police had his knees in this man neck and he was just rocking with his hands in his pocket and it was so sad and we as American people look at mr. George Floyd died that day next to that tire I would never forget that day the longest day I live jmw

    • Well, I can’t get the thought of that scumball with a loaded gun to a pregnant woman’s belly either. I guarantee that has effected her every day of her life but she wasn’t driving under the influence of multiple illegal drugs now either. She was just in what she thought was the safety of her own home.

    • TheBase1aransas | June 26, 2020 at 4:39 AM | Reply

      @Bruce Hauge Funny how the @MSNBC bots never have that in their program. It’s Biblical.

  4. Archer Langfield | June 26, 2020 at 2:10 AM | Reply

    Too bad he isn’t around to see it😒

  5. brilliantly said, ty ms reid, mr lee, mr o’donnell. it has been as though almost everyone went into a deep sleep after the mid-1970s, trusting that it could never happen again. when it did happen, it was quickly forgotten again, seen as an aberration. it took the murder of ms taylor, and then the murder of mr floyd, on video and in all of its hellish detail, that snapped us out of the trance. the further murders have KEPT us awake since.

  6. *What will the long term effects be on Covid19 Patients and Sexual Reproduction in both Males & Females? Are our Scientists looking into that question under this GOP? Just asking👉 **#TheMumps*

  7. *“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” –  Martin Luther King JR., ‘Letter from a Birmingham Jail’ (1963)*

    • TheBase1aransas | June 26, 2020 at 4:37 AM | Reply

      YOU and Joy are the Communist that worked to destroy America and the world. You have failed.

    • Oliver Seiler | June 26, 2020 at 8:34 AM | Reply

      justice to the looters

      justice to the rioters that burned down homes

      justice to the rioters that burned down stores

      justice to the rioters that killed security people

  8. I did more. Go sit down, Joy.

  9. I just pray that the people won’t get complacent about this. Old habits die hard. Retraining. Changing the nature of what calls cops are called to; so they are only dealing with criminals. So much work to be done

  10. USA is not the world ! Don’t be fake news

  11. It was Chauvin’s hands in his pocket, like we was waiting for a bus, like he had not a care in the world that changed the world

  12. “The world” sure. The US is not the world.

  13. Hasnt even changed America ,much less the world

  14. What states coming out with there own rules on arrests, without being told by Trump,why wasn’t it done years ago.

  15. With George Floyd, there was video of the entire murder. It was shocking to me that this was so brazen. Also, we have been in the midst of an uncontrolled pandemic caused by a virus the president called a hoax. These atrocities have been exposed. People are fed up and they aren’t going to take it anymore

  16. As was the martyrdom of Mohamed Bouazizi that was a catalyst for the Arab Spring…

  17. Grant Hutchins | June 27, 2020 at 12:55 AM | Reply

    I just realized why I’m so enamored with Joy Reid. ‘They’ don’t really look alike, per se. They don’t have a common media venue. But as different as they are, they share a common “sweetness” in their voices, in their smiles, in their eyes. At least enough that it’s strangely familiar to me. Roberta Flack, live in 72 singing “… your face.” I know that is a particularly weird thing to notice that’s probably peculiar to me; but it is a heartfelt compliment I can offer to no one else, than to Ms. Reid. I can’t exactly say why she brings that connotation to mind, but she does. If by chance she were to read this, I hope she might take it as the compliment I mean it to be.

  18. Powerage Scott | June 27, 2020 at 11:28 AM | Reply

    So now Democrats are a threat to the nation when they stand against republican “business as usual”. But it’s republicans that march with sheets, rebel rags, and guns. Okaay.

  19. Charlotte Katakuri | June 27, 2020 at 12:12 PM | Reply

    Nobody cares about Fentanyl Floyd.

  20. Northern Bohemian Realist | June 27, 2020 at 3:22 PM | Reply

    Joy Reid has cancer?

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