Rep. Schiff On Trump’s Disregard Of Hatch Act: ‘Lawlessness Is The Point’ | The Last Word | MSNBC

Rep. Schiff On Trump’s Disregard Of Hatch Act: ‘Lawlessness Is The Point’ | The Last Word | MSNBC 1

 

Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) says violations of the Hatch Act during the Republican National Convention proves Donald Trump is “proud of his lawlessness.” He talks with Katy Tur about what Congress needs to do to “curb these kind of violations of law and norm of office.” Aired on 8/28/2020.
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Rep. Schiff On Trump’s Disregard Of Hatch Act: ‘Lawlessness Is The Point’ | The Last Word | MSNBC

52 Comments on "Rep. Schiff On Trump’s Disregard Of Hatch Act: ‘Lawlessness Is The Point’ | The Last Word | MSNBC"

  1. There should be a law where the media can’t all be owned by 6 people.

    • @Ryan Piercy under socialism the media would be called publicly owned but the definition of public/the people means the government.

    • @terrible Tom oh enjoy your November ❄

    • @Don Iguana except in the unlikely case someone proves more than half of people disagree in which case that gov official is in hot water and may well be removed from office. My general point though is that if they are going to be compromised anyway, what does it matter if it is the government or a private owner who controls it. At least with the government one, there is a theoretical repercussion if it is made clear the people as a whole disagree.

    • @Ryan Piercy but thats not how media works humans absorb information regardless of its origin or motivation
      Edit: I’m sure I fall for the same trick but I do try to see evidence as my gold stadard

    • @Don Iguana Humans do indeed, but the exact information they absorb is more than raw facts, the way it is presented tends to make things look more or less favorable, media outlets on both the right and left politically tend to do this. As do governments who control their media.

  2. Charlie Darwin | August 29, 2020 at 5:19 AM | Reply

    Next four years needs to be all about “Terms And Limits”, we need to take the trash out.

    • @Bryan B you wouldn’t know evidence if it was bare naked in front of you.

    • Another Agent | August 31, 2020 at 4:40 AM | Reply

      @James Branscomb I was more for 4, but I could compromise at 8.

    • George Woodard | August 31, 2020 at 10:23 AM | Reply

      Charlie Darwin / Start with Biden 47 years and made his family rich and not much else in all that time and people think he will save us.

    • @George Woodard lmao how can you say that and just look over Trump’s head

    • Charlie Darwin | August 31, 2020 at 3:20 PM | Reply

      @George Woodard I don’t think Biden will be much of a threat after November, but I would like to see Trump help get term limits reduced for members of congress, I think 4 years with 8 year maximum, good enough for the president then good enough for congress. TRUMP2020!

  3. The word of the day is:
    *Pathetic*

  4. The beauty of our government is that it can be changed 😂

  5. Tonydfixer Tonydfixer | August 29, 2020 at 6:54 AM | Reply

    The norms that this administration is blowing off must be bolstered with laws.

    • The thing is many of them are. The media have got into the habit of saying Trump breaks norms, when what they are talking about are laws.

  6. It used to be that a man’s word was truth, not a salad of lies.

  7. The US, one step closer to an autocracy.

  8. Raymond Tangye | August 29, 2020 at 5:13 PM | Reply

    He stiff’s the city’s when he did his rallies to. Specially Democrat ones

  9. Elephant in the room: is this indictable, post-20 January?

  10. Marilyn boutelle | August 29, 2020 at 10:55 PM | Reply

    So why is t he arrested for breaking the law? He seems to ba above any kind of law.it really bothers me.any other President would have been driven out of office. He gets off scot free.

  11. The worse part is that he doesn’t know the law. He is actually ignorant. How sad.

  12. When the president is more important than the people,the people must react accordingly!

    • John Fanion .. I agree…and now that Obama isn’t here anymore we don’t have a president that thinks he is more important than the people.

    • You got that right!

    • John Fanion Obama did nothing, but break every stinking law,starting with being POTUS, an admittedly born Kenyan and ending with such things as acts of treason, saying to others(foreigners) that; “Americans need to give up their freedom”, disrespecting former and present military {THIS INCLUDED my sister, a VETERAN btw.}.

  13. So far, no one has been able to make him accountable for his actions or behavior. That sends a huge message.

  14. He-s been doing what he wants for four years…

  15. Patricia Wilson | August 30, 2020 at 6:38 PM | Reply

    Melania mowed down the “Rose garden”.

  16. Roger Hopkins | August 30, 2020 at 9:45 PM | Reply

    Putin’s puppet most likely thinks it’s a confirmation as president for life

  17. Monica Seferian | August 30, 2020 at 9:51 PM | Reply

    Republican Covid19 spreading party. Maybe Trump will just go away….”like a miracle.”

  18. Can you imagine what the Big Orange Caligula would say….if President Obama would have done this???

  19. Linda A Phillippi | August 31, 2020 at 12:36 PM | Reply

    Is the hatch act a law, or just a guideline? Current admn doesn’t follow either

  20. The whole WORLD will be partying
    When the orange clown is out of the wh. 🤘😀👍🥳🎉🎊🥳

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