Joy Reid's eminent panel spoke extensively on the Louisville EMT who was gunned down by cops for "sleeping-while-Black," but none with more fire than activist Brittany Packnett Cunningham.
Bad things are happening to abortion rights in the courts and legislatures. It's awful at the street level, too.
The Justice Correspondent for The Nation tells Joy Reid that now is not the time to fear sacrifice. Lawyers must stand up for the law, and those it is supposed to protect.
The Nation's Justice Correspondent watched every hour of the legal arguments in Trump's Impeachment trial so we wouldn't have to.
Joining Joy Reid's AM Joy panel, The Nation's judicial analyst insists we need to get Bolton and Mulvaney to testify at all costs.
"The truth will out" says The Nation's justice correspondent on Joy Reid's AM Joy show. The Bidens "did nothing wrong." That's a trade worth making in the impeachment trial.
She called on the Republican line in favor of reparations, but took a bizarre approach. Mystal treated her with more respect than many would have.
A Republican caller from Wisconsin tells Elie Mystal she's worried about how reparations will exacerbate...the deficit?
After the Lewandowski debacle, Mystal appeared on The Beat to exhort the Democrats on the Judiciary Committee to let the experts handle the questioning of witnesses, and demonstrated why.
On The Beat With Ari Melber, Elie Mystal demonstrated exactly why experts at cross-examination should be the ones in charge of these Judicial Committee hearings.
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