It's sure to fail in the Senate, but the Democratically-controlled House passed a bill that would make it illegal to discriminate against lgbtq people.
Calling Mitch McConnell "The Grim Reaper," Rep. David Cicilline stood by the bill passed by the House banning discrimination against LGBTQ citizens, even though it's likely to die in the Senate.
MSNBC's Ali Velshi called out Hugh Hewitt for his dishonest warmongering but it would have been best if Hewitt hadn't been on at all.
Hugh Hewitt actually said the Saudis don't spread terrorism. Sure they don't.
Velshi and Ruhle discussed Biden's Anita Hill baggage, and reports that he phoned her to express regret. But he did not apologize, as Ruhle stated repeatedly.
He may have called her, but he did not apologize.
Ben Collins talks about how algorithms that ban white supremacist content will impact Republican politicians. Let that sink in.
At an all-hands meeting, Twitter explained that they can ban ISIS, but not neo-nazis and white supremacists without also catching Republicans in the net.
Howard Schultz started to talk about income inequality in the United States. It did not go well.
Howard Schultz seems to believe that all of America's problems can be solved by balancing the Federal budget. Income inequality doesn't even register on his radar.
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