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Former Attorneys General Loretta Lynch and Alberto Gonzales both co-chair the National Commission on Covid-19 and Criminal Justice, which is out with a new report on how the pandemic has impacted the justice system. Aired on 12/16/2020.
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National Commission Recommends Prioritizing Vaccine For Prisons | Morning Joe | MSNBC

30 Comments on "National Commission Recommends Prioritizing Vaccine For Prisons | Morning Joe | MSNBC"

  1. yes it also protects the prison workers and their familys

  2. Democrats per our Constitution, has the right to remove every GOP who performed sedition by signing and supporting to over throw the election and Democracy. They must remove these people NOW or this will continue for the next 4yrs.

  3. Gonzales is a crook.

  4. No one deserves to be trapped with Covid cuz they stole a tv.

  5. 🥀🐜

  6. Their rights have been taken awsy, Prisoners, HELLO!!

  7. Kimberly Christine | December 16, 2020 at 11:57 AM | Reply

    I can only imagine the fear they are experiencing.

  8. Testing

  9. Are you kidding me? WTF criminals before law-abiding citizens? Why didn’t you advocate for letting them out of prison if you were so concerned.

  10. AIDS

  11. Guinea pigs.

  12. I agree 🙏

  13. Many prisoners committed heinous crimes, some against children. It ‘s unconscionable for those prisoners to get priority over the people they violated.

  14. I do believe that you can hurt someone more by giving them a fine than by putting them in jail. Not by a policeman’s word but with more video as proof and without a doubt. And increase fines more and more. Bail is used to make someone show up for his court case. And a person who has lived somewhere all their life is probably not going to jump bail. So as long as a person shows up, why do you even need a bond. When they don’t show up then you forever have a bond. That makes sense to me.

  15. One of the worst & boring segments. Two ppl who are not the best examples of great AGs. Also Mikas questions were not answered. Just a waste of time.

  16. We should stop corporation-run prisons and detention centers. No one should be making a profit off of detainees and prisoners.

  17. China, Russia and Germany are distributing vaccines to themselves and many other countries.
    The world teases the US as it promotes warp speed while buying vaccines created in other countries.
    US Warp speed may finally catch up with Taiwan 7 and New Zealand 25 sometime in late 2021 !!!

  18. New Zealand hasn’t had a Covid fatality in over 4 months. NZ took the WHO 3 point plan seriously.
    9 months after leaving WHO the US has a Covid death EVERY 30 seconds and is internationally ridiculed.
    Germans are still teased about Nazis today, 75 years later.

    It follows that Americans will still be teased about being simple-minded MAGATs in 2095!

  19. Ok. Now give them their shots and lock ’em up.

  20. America should look over the border to Canada once in a while. Why is life so much better for the common man in Canada?

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