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Watch The Last Word With Lawrence O’Donnell Highlights: February 9 | MSNBC


  1. Trump guilty as charge possible civilian lawsuit family victims after Capitol protests.Politics need be accountable for political decisions .

  2. Remember, remember the third of November,
    Spawned The QAnon Treason and Plot,
    I know of no reason
    Why The QAnon Treason
    Should ever be forgot.

    1. @Louis Tully ,
      Super! Me too.
      Unfortunately it’s hard to get alot of these YeeHawdist in KY to even wear one mask or especially to practice social distancing. Smh

  3. People Like Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, Rrep. Jordan and others like Mitch Zombie eyes and Marco Rubio should be ashamed of themselves, ignoring such a SHOCKING EVIDENCE!!!!!!! Pease show some respect for the position you hold in congress and convict to secure Capitol Hills respect for the future in front of the eyes of the world….AMEN

    1. @Mimzy Jinx No elected official condoned or encouraged this behavior. Some did, however explain it. There was and is no explanation for Trump’s behavior or words.

    2. @Mimzy Jinx The impeachment process is solely under the control of Congress as prescribed under the constitution The impeachment process is not under the jurisdiction of the judicial branch of our government. It is not a decision of the court not to have any involvement in impeachment, they cannot. Your ignorance of the constitution is shocking. The congress (Senate) makes the rules of the process for the impeachment process. The Democrats have followed constitutional law to the letter. Impeachment is a political process not a criminal proceeding.

      What is an insult to democratic due process is an angry mob of rioters breaking into and vandalizing the capital building, attempting to harm elected members of our government, attempting to overthrow a legitimately elected government, interrupt the vote certification of a valid election and have 127 congress people object to validated electoral votes. That encapsulates Republicans perfectly. Nice legacy.

  4. Hospitals need to sue Trump on preaching and touting ZERO USA CASES and that the situation was completely under control in Mid-March 2020.

    1. They would have to impeach, arrest and sue most of the Democrat party. Including VP Harris who donated to bail funds so rioters arrested for violence could be released and keep fighting. If they had responded the same then as now they would have saved lives. You understand that right? 26 people died across the country over sever weeks while Democrats pretended it wasn’t happening.

    2. @Diego A And it’s not changing now under Biden. Science works the same under Trump as it does under Biden. Only the media coverage changes.

    3. @Mimzy Jinx Dems did not pretend anything. The Dems in Congress and state legislatures did try to do things. McTurtle stood in their way.

    1. @D mpk Yes. All parts. These most of all because the Democrats defended this violence. They bailed these people out of jail and nominated them for a Nobel Peace Prize. Explain that.

      DC: BLM assaults Senator White House attacked. DC on fire calling for murder in D.C. DC fist couple attacked by BLM/Antifa. little girl nearly smashed children terrorized Fireworks at diners

      BLM: “We will burn this system down.” Dallas, man stoned to death. New York Woman beaten Turning on the Mayor who refuses to abolish police. Senator beaten in Madison by Antifa mob DC fist

      Kenosha Fires August, 3 nights in a row Kenosha, owner struck Kenosha Burnt Salon Kenosha Car Destruction Kenosha fires Fire lighting dumpsters Youth Correctional Facility Dumpster fire at police
      Portland: ALL SUMMER LONG police building, BLM Courthouse explosion PPA Explosive fireworks. Explosives malotovs Explosives malotov fireworks in neighborhoods. BLM “Security” in Portland. Portland man walking alone Portland old woman
      Seattle: cop car burned
      Pennsylvania: fire

      Milwaulkee Restaurant burning

      St. Louis Dorn shot by looters, all rioters not charged Disrupting a prayer gathering. red hat

    2. @Mimzy Jinx you need a job or a hobby. You clearly have too much time on your hands. Wow. Just wow to the crazyhouse and back

    3. @Mimzy Jinx And yet, strangely, none tried to overthrow our duly elected government. None threatened to hang an elected official. Or built a scaffold to do so. None openly encouraged the violence for 4 .5 solid years. None.

    4. @Yo Mama That magat trash just made that troll account. I’ve reported it several times, I hope everybody subjected to that absolute filth also reports it.

  5. People were out of control in 2015- 2016! Trump already brain fed them a bunch of lies! Friends and family members defending Trump to be the next President. Their demeanor had drastically changed. They weren’t your “normal” friends or family members anymore. So those of us that kept our composure knew that this was going to be ugly as the 4 years passed. It didn’t take a crystal ball to read the future of what Trump did to America!

  6. As a Floridian, it’s embarrassing that Deep South Georgia, historically racist, seems to be climbing out of its Confederate depths, while Florida has made no progress at all. Yes, Georgia elected MT Greene, but Florida elected Trump apologists Little Marco and Rick Scott, and the virus-deniers Mat Gaetz and Governor Desantis.

    1. I’m pretty sure that whoever is fortunate enough to end up with you will never experience boredom ever again in their life.

    2. JRG2733,
      I feel your pain. I live in KY and my elderly mother in Florida. I fear for her safety every day.
      Stay safe, be well.
      Wear a mask.

  7. I plan to take names of any one who votes to acquit determine when they are up next for election and make sure I vigorously campaign against their reelection–they are the traitors.

    1. Good! I would love a copy, plus a list of all the corporations who sponsor them, so I can boycott their businesses.

  8. “The secret of freedom is educating the people, whereas the secret of tyranny is keeping them ignorant.” ~Robespierre
    “Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities” ~ Voltaire
    “There can be no successful appeal from the ballot to the bullet.” ~Abraham Lincoln
    “If we are to have another contest in the near future of our national existence, I predict that the dividing line will not be Mason and Dixon’s but between patriotism and intelligence on the one side, and superstition, ambition and ignorance on the other.” ~ Ulysses S. Grant, 1875
    “The problem with the world is that the intelligent people are full of doubts, while the stupid ones are full of confidence.” ~ Charles Bukowski
    ~ “Everybody has a right to their opinion, but nobody has a right to be wrong in their facts.”
    ~ Bernard Baruch, quoted in 1946 AP article.
    “It’s easier to fool people than it is to convince them that they have been fooled.”
    ~ Mark Twain
    “It is certain, in any case, that ignorance, allied with power, is the most ferocious enemy justice can have.” ~ James A. Baldwin
    “When fascism comes to America it will be wrapped in the flag and carrying a cross.” ~ Typically misattributed to Sinclair Lewis, the original source of this quote is unknown, but likely derived from labor activist Eugene V. Debs 1917 quote, “Every robber or oppressor in history has wrapped himself in a cloak of patriotism or religion, or both.”

    Before World War II, Charles Lindbergh typified American heroism with his daring flights, including the first solo transatlantic flight, and his celebration of new technology. He parlayed his fame and heroic stature into a leading role in the America First movement, which opposed America’s entrance into the war against Nazi Germany. In 1939, in an essay entitled “Aviation, Geography, and Race,” published in that most American of journals, Reader’s Digest, Lindbergh embraced something close to Nazism for America:

    “It is time to turn from our quarrels and to build our White ramparts again. This alliance with foreign races means nothing but death to us. It is our turn to guard our heritage from Mongol and Persian and Moor, before we become engulfed in a limitless foreign sea.”

    The America First movement was the public face of pro-fascist sentiment in the United States at that time. In the twenties and thirties, many Americans shared Lindbergh’s views against immigration, especially by non-Europeans. The Immigration Act of 1924 strictly limited immigration into the country, and it was specifically intended to restrict the immigration of both nonwhites and Jews.

    In this era, the likes of Toxic Trump and Marginalized Greene have become the face of the new “America First” fascist movement built up over the last four decades by the GOP, Reich-wing plutocrats, demagogues, and media. But, as with Lindbergh, the American people gradually come to recognize their dysfunctional poison and reject it. Most Americans want competent leaders who speak truth, who strive to unite, who are not corrupt, who care about them. So, it should come as no surprise that President Biden is already receiving high marks from the public, while Toxic Trump never managed to rise above even a 50% approval rating. To conclude where begun, the following quotes are submitted for further reflection:
    “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”
    ~ George Santayana
    “History doesn’t repeat itself. But it does rhyme.
    ~ Mark Twain
    “That men do not learn very much from the lessons of history is the most important of all the lessons of history.”
    ~ Aldous Huxley
    “If men could learn from history, what lessons it might teach us! But passion and party blind our eyes, and the light which experience gives us is a lantern on the stern which shines only on the waves behind.”
    ~ Samuel Taylor Coleridge

  9. I agree with this man, it would be best and make absolute sense not to have him investigating something that he was in some way may have been a party to… hmmm hope they do that.

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