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Kornacki: Democrats Need 'Split-Ticket Voter' In Georgia Senate Runoffs | MTP Daily | MSNBC 1

 

Steve Kornacki is at the Big Board to break down the latest in the Georgia Senate runoffs. Aired on 12/29/2020.
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53 Comments on "Kornacki: Democrats Need ‘Split-Ticket Voter’ In Georgia Senate Runoffs | MTP Daily | MSNBC"

  1. Somehow, it’s a little soothing to have Kornacki back and overseeing all this….

  2. All of these political intrigues are too lively for my taste!

  3. 🙏WARNOCK 💙 OSSOFF🙏

  4. Vote Blue 🌊 Baptize America

  5. The Lonesome Chef | December 29, 2020 at 3:14 PM | Reply

    I really hope the dems can pull it off.

  6. GEORGIA VOTE WARNOCK x OSSOFF . God bless America and Democracy!

  7. Alfred Basurto | December 29, 2020 at 3:18 PM | Reply

    They need to win. Find a way. Turn out in record numbers. McConnell cannot oversee 4 years of Bidens reign. These evil Republicans will find ways to keep America suffering if Democrats lose.

  8. opare francis agyei | December 29, 2020 at 3:19 PM | Reply

    Mitch McConnell is bad for the American people. Pls Georgians vote blue 💙💙

    Vote #warnock & #ossoff

    • You better send them all it money dominion can’t save the democrats this time hahahah

    • Not gonna happen! A realistic Democracts who can count.

      No more media laughing because the Democracts crashed and burned! We need to be realistic. All that wasted cash in South Carolina and now in Georgia. Smh.

    • Please vote for blue 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸💙💙💙💙🙏🙏🙏🇺🇸🇺🇸👍

  9. MrMyarsesmells | December 29, 2020 at 3:29 PM | Reply

    This is one of the stories i just had to comment on.

  10. Shary. Schubert | December 29, 2020 at 3:30 PM | Reply

    Trump’s going to be crying” recount! “ he will claim millions of votes found in a river, or dead people are voting. He will be crying recount in January.

  11. Daniel Bridgland | December 29, 2020 at 3:35 PM | Reply

    Republicans can’t even agree to do what’s right for this country within their own party! They don’t deserve to represent the people. They won’t even help to pass $2,000.00 stimulus checks. It’s time to break the cycle and make them change for us.

  12. Sigh Georgia is A ok with two senators that illegally used insider trading to profit! Sad really

    • Georgia is still slightly republican leaning. So is Arizona. Quite frankly, we’re lucky that a small percentage of republican voters voted against Trump. In Maricopa County, Arizona, there was a small but significant “republicans for Biden” movement where republican voters said they had enough of Trump and wanted him gone. That allowed Biden to go over the top in Arizona. We were lucky this time that enough republican voters were turned off by Trump in those 2 states. Democrats still have a lot of work to do in the future in Georgia and Arizona if they want to have a genuine advantage in both states.

  13. The Republicans just shot down the chances of a $2,000 check for the whole country. Do the right thing Georgia.

    • @jasiel morales Republicans are blocking the $2000 check as we speak.

    • jasiel morales | December 29, 2020 at 6:29 PM | Reply

      @Brett S. BUT WHY DID THEY DO THAT! Where’s the context? Is everything orange man bad for you?

    • Dominion isn’t counting the ballots the republicans will win

    • @jasiel morales Money was in trumps budget all approved no talking point for you

    • Troll Expeditionary Forces | December 29, 2020 at 9:04 PM | Reply

      @jasiel morales Yes all of the foreign aid requested in the bill had been originally proposed by The White House, look it up it’s widely known.. The White House proposed the aid, then fought against it, and then caved and the president signed the bill.

  14. sixtwonine fourtwozero | December 29, 2020 at 4:07 PM | Reply

    I BELIEVE IN GEORGIA! 🍑 🇺🇸

  15. ChickenManiac 123 | December 29, 2020 at 4:08 PM | Reply

    I hope that at this point any split ticket voter would have been put off by the gop’s attempts to overturn the election

    • Another thing is, people need to realize that republicans still have a voter advantage in both Georgia and Arizona. In Arizona, we’re lucky that a small percentage of republican voters decided to vote against Trump. There were a lot of “republicans for Biden” signs in Maricopa County, Arizona. Democrats still have a lot of work to do in Georgia and Arizona in the future. Dems were fortunate to win both states in 2020.

    • Deborah Freedman | December 29, 2020 at 6:34 PM | Reply

      @Brandon C. I wouldn’t say Democrats “won” Georgia. Perdue and Loeffler are still the favorites, despite how crooked they are. And Kemp is still the governor. In many places, Biden won, even though the Republicans won the other slots. Many people just could not abide another four years of Trump. I haven’t seen an incumbent president so unpopular since Carter.

    • @Deborah Freedman I used to think that Jimmy Carter was one of the 7 or 8 worst presidents. However, he did come into the presidency at a particularly bad time when a lot of different crises hit at the same time. I do blame him for not pulling the americans out of Iran when he clearly saw a bad situation was brewing. But other than that, the economic problems that hit would have hit anyone who was president at that time. We had an energy crisis, high interest rates, rising unemployment, major inflation. It was a lot to handle. Heck, even after Reagan came into office in early 1981, things were still bad for the first couple years. Things didn’t start to turn around until 1983 and even Reagan admitted that things looked bleak during the first couple years of his presidency. I think that Ronald Reagan is very lucky that he didn’t become president in 1976 (he challenged Gerald Ford in the primary) because a lot of those economic problems would have hit him by the late 1970s and he could have possibly been voted out of office in 1980. I do think Reagan would have handled the Iran problem better though, like maybe pull out the americans before things got out of hand. But Reagan would have had to deal with what Jimmy Carter dealt with going into an election cycle if he had managed to defeat Ford and Carter in 1976. I’m not sure Reagan would have gotten re-elected in 1980 dealing with the economic problems. It was better for him to get elected in 1980 rather than 1976.

    • Troll Expeditionary Forces | December 29, 2020 at 9:11 PM | Reply

      @Brandon C. Reagan sold weapons to Iran for money and then secretly gave it to the rebels in Nicaragua, even though doing so went around Congress and broke the law. He hid it but when caught he said he didn’t remember and let one of his employees take the fall for it. He also presided over the death of 307 American servicemen in Lebanon during the the 1983 embassy barracks bombing. Instead of punishing those responsible he pulled American forces back to the Mediterranean Sea in a strategic withdrawal, otherwise known as a retreat. He might have avoided or got the hostages out early from Iran but it would have only been because they were his black market buddies to begin with.

    • @Brandon C. Well said. Whatever Carter lacked as president, he has made up in spades as a former one. What an incredible example of simply yet powerfully living one’s faith to enrich the lives of others and not just oneself. I pray God continues to give him more years.

  16. Ga voters need to realize that the same person who tried to interfere in their election would be chairman of the budget committee if the GOP wins.

  17. Why Georgians would vote for criminals like the insider trading Perdue is just mind boggling.

    • Deborah Freedman | December 29, 2020 at 6:46 PM | Reply

      For the same reason some states or districts will vote for crooks with a D after their name. We are tribal animals.

  18. Republicans like to have criminals representing them.

  19. Most of us didn’t vote for McConnell, yet he’s running the country by controlling legislation. It’s time to remove Mitch from power.

  20. Joe Biden got more votes then Perdue though, Remember Georgia we have the numbers to win. It all depends on if you vote or not.

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