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Watch All In With Chris Hayes Highlights: October 27 | MSNBC

61 Comments on "Watch All In With Chris Hayes Highlights: October 27 | MSNBC"

  1. The Republican criminal party is hundred percent corrupt politician by any means necessary!!!

  2. Chris, I adore your Podcast. So smart and informative.

  3. leaping kitties | October 28, 2020 at 3:50 PM | Reply

    jared admitted to Woodward on tape that trump did a hostile take over of the gop. lol. End the circus. Vote BIDEN/HARRIS 2020

  4. Gaetano Vindigni | October 28, 2020 at 3:51 PM | Reply

    Vote to end the ‘crazy**’.
    Vote to end the ‘dominance of incompetence**’.
    Vote to end the ‘era of incoherence**’;
    Vote for the ‘conclusion of DjT’s** delusions’;
    Vote to stop DjT** ‘taking a knee’ before dictators;
    Vote to remove the ‘menace**’ from the White House.
    Vote to ‘make history’.

    Vote like our lives depend on it….because it does!

  5. We need a landslide to ensure Trump hits the streets please get out and vote Biden we need our country back and we cannot take 4 more years of tweeting and threats against democrats. If Biden wins do you Think Trump will say Biden won no Trump will say he wants all ballots counted no matter how long it takes. Trump is a Dictator.

  6. The Justice should be impeached for attempting to suppress the vote on behalf of Trump

    • That is what needs to happen.We have no law and order anymore since tRump took office.Our government is corrupt and broken and if tRump is reelected forget Democracy.I voted for Biden we need leadership and integrity and dignity.tRump is none of these stay safe.😷✌

    • Exactly & it’s can be done

  7. Analogy Accepted | October 28, 2020 at 3:52 PM | Reply

    This is why I kept posting to vote in person, if you can safely do so. Or drop off ballot. Don’t rely on mail, people!

    • Agreed, I live in Oregon and I personally deliver my ballot every election. I don’t trust anyone with my ballot except me and the person who accepts it at the percent in my town!

    • It is too late to mail in a ballot. They now must be dropped off or vote in person.

    • This is dangerous because our Armed Forces vote by mail because we’re deployed in a foreign country.

    • The Zombie Whisperer | October 28, 2020 at 7:35 PM | Reply

      That’s not a covid good idea, and Trump’s armed base especially in Portland Oregon want to shoot someone.


    • As you already know, every part of our body needs oxygen to survive. Everyday functions of the body like digesting your food, moving your muscles or even just thinking, need oxygen. When these processes happen, carbon dioxide is produced as a waste product. Carbon dioxide (CO2) is a gas the body naturally produces as waste. We breathe in oxygen (O2) to fuel organs and tissues and the end product is CO2. The balance between these two gases is required for a healthy body. However, when we rebreathe CO2 it can have harmful and sometimes dangerous effects on the body. When CO2 levels are elevated in the body it is known as hypercapnia. Hypercapnia can occur for a number of reasons, one of which is rebreathing our own exhaled CO2. Rebreathing CO2 can lead to increased blood pressure, headaches, muscle twitches, rapid heart rate, chest pain, confusion, and fatigue. In extreme cases, if left untreated, hypercapnia can lead to organ damage and even have long standing effects on the brain. Wearing a mask interferes with this process. I know there are many so-called “experts” that claim otherwise but they are clearly lying for their own political gains.

    • @Raymond Max So you believe that openly exposing yourself to Covid 19 is safer than wearing a mask ?

    • So far it has been proved it has been democrats cheating …oh wait , you did’nt hear that on CNN lol I guess just like you had’nt heard Hunter Biden’s laptop and proof of Joe’s millions from China and Russia is now confirmed.. Is CNN and MSNBC still lying to you calling it Rudy and Russia?? lol Nope they know you pople on here are easily fooled

  9. Oracle Of Delphi | October 28, 2020 at 4:02 PM | Reply

    Here’s the newspaper headline for Wednesday Morning:
    “YOU’RE FIRED!!!!”

    • I hope Biden says “you’re fired” when he takes the stage after winning the electoral college and winning the popular vote even by a bigger margin


      What should we celebrate on Labor Day 2020 when tens of millions of US workers are jobless, the desperately needed extra $600 per week unemployment compensation is being reduced, and millions of jobs will never return? What should the US majority – employees – do as employers cut their wages and benefits, threatening to replace them from millions of jobless desperate for paid work? To answer such questions, we must face the real conditions of the working class today.

      The profiteers – the big, corporate firms that dominate the US economy – have gained greatly at workers’ expense, especially over the last 40 years. They installed technology that cost millions of jobs. They relocated production overseas where wages and other costs are lower. The combination of fewer jobs and more people looking for them kept wages from rising for a long time. Skilled, secure, and well-paid jobs gave way to low-skill, insecure, and poorly paid positions. Labor unions lost members and power.

      Meanwhile, the income of the top 5% – employers and their top executives – grew dramatically at everyone else’s expense. US capitalism redistributed wealth upwards, from the middle and the poor to the rich. Employers and the Republican Party together deprived unions of their former power. The Democratic Party proved unwilling or unable to protect labor’s interests; it kept promising but not delivering.

      Automation, outsourcing jobs, and shrinking union memberships and power produced workers’ mounting hardships, bitterness, and anger. Taking on mountains of debt (for mortgages, autos, credit cards and college educations) only worsened their hardships. Then US capitalism’s 2008 crash exposed how the richest used the government to bail themselves out and further deepen inequality. Employees saw the US becoming a small knot of the super-wealthy surrounded by a sea of economic pain.

      Some upset and angry workers voted for Trump in 2016. They wondered whether a Trump/GOP government would deliver on its promises to “make America great again” by reversing the long decline of its working class majority. By now it should be clear that Trump’s promises may be more, louder and extreme, but they too have been broken. Inequality has gotten worse, government failure to prepare for or contain Covid-19 is catastrophic, and managing capitalism’s 2020 crash is another gross exercise in unjust economics.

      The last 40 years show that expecting protection or support for labor’s economic well-being from Republicans or Democrats is a tragic mistake. Labor leaders writing protest op-eds in newspapers will not work. Making some protest remarks while endorsing yet another Democratic Party ticket just repeats past mistakes.

      US capitalism’s decline continues as competing economies rise (China, the European Union, the BRICS countries, and so on). The rich in the US use their wealth to grab and hold everything they can amidst decline. Without a changed strategy, working class conditions will be taken down with and by the system’s decline.

      What the working class can do is move into the streets to stop “business as usual” until steps are taken to reverse the last 40 years’ redistribution of wealth. Workers must also stop endorsing and voting for candidates who do not serve their interests. Nothing would better show workers’ seriousness about reversing the last 40 years than building a new labor-based political party to change US politics.

      Labor Day 2020 needs honest self criticism and radically different, new strategies for labor in the US.

    • LOVE IT!!!!

    • @james morton could not agree with you more. Staying in a state of protest everyday and night when were not working will be hard tho. I wonder how to keep that idea alive but i emphatically agree. And how to level up from there? Letter and call bomb all in office? We need a leader right now who will gel BLM with working class protesters. Power in numbers is only real power we have here. And have to get every labor union involved to also argue our points. Its ALOT of work, but its the only way to go.

    • @james morton Don’t worry Jimmy, McDonald’s is always hiring.

  10. The Republican party with a complicit Supreme court = USA Banana Republic!

  11. No. There are rules in place for counting votes that were mailed. Otherwise, absentee ballots would never be counted.

  12. Jim Matterhorn | October 28, 2020 at 4:07 PM | Reply

    We need to get UN observers on the ground….we’re hitting 3rd world level electoral corruption here, folks 🙁

    • Great idea except the USA with Trump in charge would veto it at the UN and it wouldn’t happen.

    • @warpedjaffas1 The fact that it’s even being discussed, proves that Trump is not trusted anywhere. The UN would confirm any interference and Trump knows that.

    • @Eliza Grogan my point is Eliza while he’s President and the UN has to vote on sending observers the US as a permanent member has a veto power so Trump wouldn’t let them in, sadly.

    • Pretty scary here in the USA.

  13. Make sure to drop off your ballot immediately, the mail is being slowed down on purpose or VOTE in person if it’s safe for you to do it. If you don’t vote you can’t complain because you didn’t do anything about it!

  14. After the election, Trump will wear orange; instead of spreading it all over his face.

  15. The election is not decided until the electoral college meets in mid December. There is no honest reason to stop counting until then. Kavanaugh’s opinion is illogical and against reason; that is sufficient grounds for impeachment.

  16. I think if Biden gets in the world will come back together America will come back together one piece and people will start having joy in their lives and stop thinking about short life and start thinking long-term

    • lol big mistake , the world see’s the lies your media feed you , we all want just don’t know what is happening here..

  17. Carroll Jonnes | October 28, 2020 at 4:21 PM | Reply

    Putin has distanced himself from the world number one fool and international clown. He’s hard at work splitting up America like it doesn’t matter. There’s no hope for him. He’s ill suited and unequivocally unequipped for the job that he should’ve never had. Trump’s incompetence is beyond anything that we have seen. He surely didn’t care then, and still don’t care. It’s all about dominating and manipulating the people for his own agenda. He’s stifling and at the same time polarizing. There’s nothing appropriately upright or good about Trump. He’s unscrupulous and notoriously dangerous for America and our democracy. This fascist mentality is not what we endeavor, or aspire to be.

  18. Roger Kleemann | October 28, 2020 at 4:23 PM | Reply

    From a distant shore.
    Defend decency, democracy and justice.
    Dump Trump.

  19. Australia followed the doctors. They crushed covid, only 905 total deaths, most areas covid free for months, even the hardest hit city (Melbourne) no new cases in days. Their cities are up and running, the economic fallout minimal.

    The Australian contrast with Trump’s chaotic response and America’s pitiful situation couldn’t be clearer.

  20. Forbes Estimates China Paid Trump At Least $5.4 Million Since He Took Office, Via Mysterious Trump Tower Lease

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