Raynard Jackson Accuses Don Lemon And Joy Reid Of 'Putting More Poison Into The Black Community Than Any Drug Dealer'
Republican political consultant Raynard Jackson accuses Don Lemon and Joy Reid of "putting more poison into the black community than any drug dealer" during roundtable with Trump on race relations.
Media critic Eric Boehlert tore into the press for playing straight into Trump and Republicans' hands with their coverage of the right's latest drummed up faux "scandal."
Fox's Tucker Carlson was none too happy with CNN's Don Lemon and MSNBC's Joy Reid for pointing out the disproportionate number of people of color dying because they're being forced to go back to work during the coronavirus pandemic.
With the coronavirus pandemic quickly spreading, U.S. health officials have changed their advice on face masks and now recommend people wear cloth masks in public areas where social distancing can be difficult, such as grocery stores.
Republican strategist and never-Trumper Rick Wilson completely dismantled the Republicans' feigned outrage over Adam Schiff reading the reported "heads on a pike" threat from Trump, despite the protests and constant interruptions from Trump flack Steve Cortes.
As Boehlert pointed out on this Sunday's AM Joy, The NY Times has apparently not learned a single lesson from 2016 with the promotion of Schweitzer.
MSNBC contributors David Corn and Cynthia Alskne take apart the latest desperate talking point coming out of Trump-land, which is that there was a quid pro quo with Ukraine, but it wasn't a "corrupt one."
Above the Law's Elie Mystal weighs in on the damage that Trump and his "stooge" William Barr are doing to our institutions.
Former Federal Prosecutor Cynthia Alksne is less worried about William Barr interfering in the Epstein case, and more concerned that he might make bail.
Elie Mystal reminds the viewers of AM Joy not to allow Republicans to "control the narrative of the Democratic debate."
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