Rep. Andy Kim (D-NJ) On Atlanta Spa Shooting | Ayman Mohyeldin | MSNBC

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Rep. Andy Kim (D-NJ) comments on the Atlanta spa shooting. "It hits very personally…I think about what kind of world, what kind of America my two baby boys are going to grow up in, when we have this level of hatred in our society," Rep. Kim told Ayman. Aired on 03/17/2021.
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44 Comments on "Rep. Andy Kim (D-NJ) On Atlanta Spa Shooting | Ayman Mohyeldin | MSNBC"

  1. Make Racists Afraid Again | March 17, 2021 at 5:33 PM | Reply

    My 71 year old Thai Wife just took our dog out for walk. Is a crazy person going to attack her before she gets home?

  2. It wasn’t a shooting spree, they were targeted.

  3. Hate has no power!!!

  4. We all know who/what motivated the shooter. We all know what his political affiliations are. We all know who is cheering him on and who he was trying to impress. The politicians, pundits, and media venues that encourage these heinous, violent, and EVIL behavior need to be called out and held accountable

    • Old Grappler | March 17, 2021 at 6:40 PM | Reply

      we absolutely do not know this at this point. we dont. I am as anti trump as you can get…. there is not enough information to make those claims at this point. let the investigation have a chance.

    • Well said!!
      Thank you for your message! We don’t have all the answers right now but, we do know who gave these people permission to let out out their ignorant biases and hate. Trump still calls it out perpetuating the lie. If anything, he has blood on his hand for his lack of competence in handling Covid19 crisis

    • Malcolm Parks | March 18, 2021 at 9:48 PM | Reply

      I agree not to jump subjects it’s just like the kid in the Kenosha shooting smdh

  5. These in.cels have to stop blaming the world for their own weaknesses and insecurities.

  6. Trump has been encouraging Americans to commit violence against other Americans for years now.
    Trump rally, St. Louis, March 2016.
    Trump: “Part of the problem is, no one wants to hurt anyone anymore.” 

    Trump rally, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, February 2016.
    Trump: “Knock the krap out of him. would you? I promise you,  I will pay your legal fees.”

  7. Gwendolyn Hinson | March 17, 2021 at 5:48 PM | Reply

    The same trauma we have experienced for centuries… LoveLove

  8. Seeking Truth&Facts | March 17, 2021 at 5:51 PM | Reply

    These stories keep coming back- You mix guns, mental illness an d religious cults and it will end a tragedy. Republicans offer only “crocodile tears” and prayers.

  9. Kathleen Wykle | March 17, 2021 at 6:00 PM | Reply

    Horrible, so sad for our FELLOW HUMAN beings

  10. R Littlejohn | March 17, 2021 at 6:01 PM | Reply

    Hate has no power really? Ask those 8 victims in Georgia if hate has no power. Hitler and his hatrid murdered millions of people in Germany.

  11. Kary Herndon | March 17, 2021 at 6:02 PM | Reply

    Good question! It’s heartbreaking to see this about crimes in Atlanta yesterday! Oh my goodness! It’s just difficult.

  12. 5ex addiction? Sounds more like a murder addiction to me. These establishments were providing him with something that he clearly wanted, and this is how he repays them?

  13. Kary Herndon | March 17, 2021 at 6:05 PM | Reply

    He’s right. This is not easy. This is very stressful for Asian-Americans! It’s just not funny or right. What was this suspect thinking? I have no idea.

  14. If you have a problem leave your gun at home and get help or talk to someone.

    • What about a machete…or a knife….or some large scissors……or a baseball bat….or a pitchfork…..or brass knuckles…..or a two by four…….

  15. Blame the parents of these killers. So much hatred deep in them. Disgraceful disgusted and shameful.

    • Dont know if anyone cares but in less than 15 minutes I hacked my gfs Instagram password using Instapwn. You can find it by Googling for InstaPwn account hacker enjoy!

    • Bryan Kannon | March 17, 2021 at 7:45 PM | Reply

      @Huxley Gus cool! It took roughly 10 mins but it reallyworked!

  16. May these people R.I.P. .
    🙏🏽🙏🙏🏿🙏🏻🙏🙏🏾🙏🙏🏽

  17. Tony Pitsacota | March 17, 2021 at 9:06 PM | Reply

    When we heard massage parlors were targeted, we first thought *Andrew Cuomo* was short changed.

  18. Wanna be safe?! You live in the US! Any crazy person can mow down a neighborhood.

  19. ST7A Bad Karma | March 20, 2021 at 1:02 AM | Reply

    according to the DOJ those committing the most hate crimes against Asian Americans are being committed by people of a specific skin color but it’s NOT Asian, Hispanic or Caucasian’s committing these acts of hate. Any guesses? We need to speak out and expose this hate. Oh but that doesn’t fit the narrative.

  20. On the somewhat similar experience I had when I applied for graduate program of architecture at State University of Buffalo in 1977. The program selection committee asked after getting my degree, if I will return to the country of birth and practice architecture there. I am a US citizen and have no intention of going back to the country where I don’t even speak their native language well enough. It clearly showed racial and ethnic discrimination. But that kinda of blatant racism was prevalent back then more so than now. If it happened today, there could be a legal action against University of Buffalo.

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