Word salad blaming Black voters for their lack of appreciation and ambition is what you're going with one week away from Election Day? Alrighty then.
And then the fundraising numbers rolled in.
A visit to Brown Chapel AME church in Selma told Joy Reid that Joe Biden was going to sweep the southern primaries.
Carla Reed and Hervis Rogers, the last two voters at Texas Southern University, finally got their "I voted" stickers. They waited six hours, until just after 1 a.m.
Joy Reid's guest, Shireen Mitchell, answers questions about her report showing that online disinformation campaigns contributed to Kamala Harris' withdrawal from the race, and are still active and dangerous.
Did the Trump campaign or some affiliate Google "black man in red hat" to find an image to sell their stupid hats? And it's unauthorized? They have no shame.
Peggy Noonan tells us that "we" -- everybody, not certain people more than others -- have fallen short recently and must do better.
Trump's characterization of Lewis's district isn't based on knowledge or experience. Trump just "knows" that every black member of Congress represents a poverty-stricken high-crime area.
Discussing Black voter turnout, Joy Reid has fun with a Beyonce analogy.
Corey Lewandowski is able to ask such questions with a straight face. That's why Trump pays him the big severance check.
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