The Time Marco Rubio Almost Took A Stand | All In | MSNBC

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Marco Rubio says he supports workers’ right to unionize. But his reasoning has to be seen to be believed. Aired on 03/17/2021.
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The Time Marco Rubio Almost Took A Stand | All In | MSNBC

65 Comments on "The Time Marco Rubio Almost Took A Stand | All In | MSNBC"

  1. Wiggle those big ears LITTLE MARCO and fly away.

    • Alex Hamilton | March 18, 2021 at 10:04 AM | Reply

      Bob Heck
      when you drop to the level of physical insults you reveal how much of a moron you are with no valid opinion.

  2. Blue StatesRule | March 17, 2021 at 9:34 PM | Reply

    Stop voter suppression. Boycott Coca Cola and Home Depot until they weigh in the fight.

  3. salvador coling | March 17, 2021 at 9:37 PM | Reply

    Marco Rubio’s family are the remnant of the old Cuban Oligarchy that escaped to America after the fall of Cuba into the hands of Fidel Castro. He only care for his own welfare not America.

    • @Françoise Dupré Don’t know about all of that but I do know that at one point Cuba had the highest rated healthcare in the world but with only one problem and that was having problems getting medications because of the embargo. Full disclosure, I am not an advocate for the Cuban government. I only advocate for the essentials e.g. defense, 1st responders infrastructure , the so called ‘safety net’ and now adding single payer healthcare.

    • Françoise Dupré | March 18, 2021 at 10:56 AM | Reply

      @OldManGhost Yes, the embargo, however like those 1950’s cars you see in Habana, still running and looked after – necessity is the mother of invention – and Cuba exports medicinal and pharmaceutical products though I have that cancer treatment drugs are and can be hard to come by.

    • @Françoise Dupré So true and I love the way they take care of their cars. And as far as medicines that are hard to come by I was speaking to what it was a decade or 2 ago. I don’t know what it is like today.

    • Françoise Dupré | March 18, 2021 at 11:38 AM | Reply

      @OldManGhost I have seen new cars there but yeah, those old Cadillac’s and Chevvie’s are a joy to behold, of course many tourists fawn over them and they’d be worth quite a few bucks in the US/Canada.

    • P.D. Smith Jr. | March 21, 2021 at 12:23 PM | Reply

      @MIKAEL S1 He said “I hate my job!”. So, I’m stuck with a half wit and Voldemort (AKA the thief) representing me in the Senate. Meanwhile the Florida House and Senate are finding ways to get around the will of the people to allow citizens who have served their time to vote.

  4. Asking a republican to take a stand against big corporations is like asking my dog to take stand against freshly cooked bacon. 🐶🥓

  5. Maybe if everybody else is too “woke”, perhaps, just maybe, you might be asleep. Or burying your head in the sand.

    • Harvey Manfredsenjenson | March 17, 2021 at 10:15 PM | Reply

      Or maybe the “woke” people are just idiots

    • Larry Nottingham | March 18, 2021 at 1:44 AM | Reply

      Bernie is “woke” even though the word woke is beginning to sound silly to me.
      Those billionaires and millionaires have been “awoken” to the fact no more tax deductions for the rich. At least not while President Biden is our president. He realizes regular people need their hard earned money and it’s time the rich pay there fair share.

    • Gnirol Namlerf | March 19, 2021 at 3:37 AM | Reply

      @Harvey Manfredsenjenson Or maybe elephants fly when we’re not looking and canned corn in the supermarket is really made of gold, which we stupidly eat and then flush down the toilet the next day. So-called “woke” people (and I find the expression awkward, but that’s not the point) are capable of putting themselves in the shoes of others, particularly those who are in one way or another oppressed by dominant groups or individuals. The HM’s of the world cannot or will not do so. In fact, they don’t even recognize that they are members of the dominant group or are better off than so many others. Never to have felt empathy for anyone but those who are like them. Their loss.

    • Harvey Manfredsenjenson | March 19, 2021 at 7:17 AM | Reply

      @Gnirol Namlerf <------ thinks elephants can fly and corn is made of gold.

  6. I can’t wait for the time Marco Rubio will lose next election. Little Marco will put his tail in between his hind and cry…….

    • What an odd thing to say. You are immature. I bet you were hated in school.

    • Alex Hamilton | March 18, 2021 at 9:52 AM | Reply

      turtle & cat
      you really think so? Unions have been around for decades. It isn’t like Unions have not been an issue before. So what makes you think voters who voted for Rubio
      won’t vote for him again?

    • Don’t underestimate the foolishness of New York they’ll probably reelect a perverted and murderous governor again.

    • @Ben Smith don’t underestimate the foolishness of MAGA-people they are uneducated and stupid so they will probably re-elect the Orange Conman if they get the chance. Fool me once, twice, three times, four times it really doesn’t matter! Keep going smh 🤦‍♀️ And no you’ll probably have to push back from Trump2024 that won’t happen at his stage he might die

    • P.D. Smith Jr. | March 21, 2021 at 2:37 PM | Reply

      @Amal M It’s not the foolishness, it’s the gerrymandering and voter suppression. Citizens that have served their time are not allowed to vote in FL. The voters said they should; however, the legislature has subverted that vote. So, we’re Democratic leaning state run by Republicans. Sure north FL is Republicans and the old Cubans still want Cuba back more than they want what’s good for FL., and many of the old f&cks from up north are Republicans. The majority of Floridians are poor minorities leaning left.

  7. Why are voters not calling out all Senators and congressmen and women who prioritise corporations over common Americans. Its just simple, call them out

  8. Marcos Juarez | March 17, 2021 at 10:28 PM | Reply

    Marco Rubio is just a hit piece for the Cuban American National Foundation.

    • Alex Hamilton | March 18, 2021 at 9:50 AM | Reply

      Marcos Juarez
      you really think so? So all of those voters who voted for Rubio are members of the “Cuban American National Foundation” ? Wow LMAO

    • Marcos Juarez | March 18, 2021 at 5:27 PM | Reply

      @Alex Hamilton Just as you know, I live in Miami which is a town surrounded by Cubans. I would not tell you where in Miami, but I do live in Miami. The only difference is that I am not a Cuban. It is Marco Rubio who is Cuban.

  9. Little Rubio lol lol
    …what a JOKE ..he is always trying to be RELEVENT 😆😂😢😅

  10. Carlos Granadillo | March 17, 2021 at 10:49 PM | Reply

    Rubio should resign! I can’t wait to vote him out

    • Alex Hamilton | March 18, 2021 at 10:05 AM | Reply

      Carlos Granadillo well if he runs again you better have more votes than one to vote him out LOL

    • Carlos Granadillo | March 18, 2021 at 11:45 AM | Reply

      @Alex Hamilton yeah I’m counting on my fellow Floridians. Democrats don’t like him and I hope republicans remember 2016 and how he didn’t even win our state …

  11. divine IM,unique | March 17, 2021 at 11:00 PM | Reply

    When you take a word that was never meant for you. And use it to the extreme outside the boundaries of its purpose, it becomes ridiculous. Just as they do any and everything else from animals to humans till it’s Extinction

  12. Little Rubio take a stand…Say it ain’t so. He’s only interested in himself.

  13. Rubio has a level of hypocrisy that is nothing short of astounding.

    • That’s almost exactly what I was just about to say in a comment – and then I saw yours. 👏🏻👏🏻

    • What Republican senator doesn’t? They always call everyone else out but it’s perfectly fine for the them to do the same thing. Utterly spineless and shameful.

    • ThruAWiderLens | March 19, 2021 at 5:50 PM | Reply

      @NEO3 Rubio is a special case. All future ambition, and absolutely no interest in what is needed by his constituents NOW.

  14. Mr. Greenjeans | March 17, 2021 at 11:18 PM | Reply

    GOP wants to be the party of the working class? LOL!

  15. Chris Hayes looks like Steve Allen from back in the early 60’s and Mike DeWine looks like George Burns😊

  16. i couldn’t live with myself if i owned a company and was worth $180 BILLION dollars and most of my employees were making poverty wages. he could pay them all $20 an hour and not make a dent in his wealth.

    • Alex Hamilton | March 18, 2021 at 10:02 AM | Reply

      The Bizz You wouldn’t stay in business very long LOL

    • John Kasianowicz | March 18, 2021 at 8:04 PM | Reply

      @Alex Hamilton IIRC, Amazon has ~ 600,000 employees, revenues are ~ $500,000 (USD) per employee, and had a net profit over $21 billion (USD) a few years ago. If half of the net profit was divided equally amongst the employees, their base salary would increase by ~ $17.5K per year.

  17. Tessmage Tessera | March 18, 2021 at 3:44 AM | Reply

    200 years from now, historians will look back at our time and call it “The Age of Insanity.”

  18. Bezos; take note: when Henry Ford started to build the Model T, he realized his own workers couldn’t afford to buy the car, so he increased his worker’s wages. Sold a bunch more cars, and got a lot of loyalty from those folks.

    • Bezos doesn’t care. He’s rich enough to buy his own nation and buy American politicians. People on the other hand are stupid enough to keep working for him.

  19. nathan sunnaa | March 26, 2021 at 4:37 AM | Reply

    He’s gonna be one of many republican senators who will lose their come midterm. Traitors

  20. dutchpy dutchpy | March 26, 2021 at 8:41 PM | Reply

    Marco Rubio is like all the other “fellow politicians”, just a little weasel who can’t stand up against the biggest lie campaign of GOP in centuries.

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