White Republican candidate for Senate in Virginia explains to two Black journalists that they don't understand racial dynamics in the America.
On AM Joy, guest host Al Sharpton and panelist Touré are surprised to learn their needs are no different from that of white people.
Pundit Downplays Systemic Racism By Saying 'Only 20' Unarmed Black People Were Killed By Police Last Year
Writer and television host Touré on Sunday challenged conservative podcaster Kmele Foster after he downplayed killings by police by saying that "only 20" unarmed black were people gunned down last year.
Discussing Black voter turnout, Joy Reid has fun with a Beyonce analogy.
After a tough week in America, here's a lighter video showing some of your favorite politicos (and a Colonial guy) talking about the state of our country!
MSNBC host Thomas Roberts on Monday said his network was not doing enough to dispel myths that women who used birth control were "sluts," immigrants just came to the United States to have "anchor babies" and LGBT people were pedophiles and disease carriers.
The audience of MSNBC's The Cycle were treated to conservative co-host S.E. Cupp playing concern troll for right-wing funides, designated as hate groups by the SPLC.
While discussing the White House commission on gun violence meeting this week, which the NRA has been invited to attend, along with Vice President Joe Biden's remarks that an executive order is on the table as part of a solution to curb the gun
I met Ed Rendell during the DNC in Denver back in 2008. He was very likeable and you knew after spending a few moments with him that he knows how to politic. So it's very sad to see him on MSNBC pathetically hawking the phony rich man's front group
I've already expressed my disdain for this woman and the fact that MSNBC gave her a spot co-hosting a show here -- S.E. Cupp Defends Disenfranchising Millions of Voters as Solution to 86 Cases of Voter Fraud. Apparently Esquire's Charles Pierce
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