While African Americans bear the brunt of police brutality, AM Joy highlighted the need for attention on how Latinx and Native American communities suffer from it, too.
The Reverend Doctor William Barber called for a third reconstruction in the U.S. and pointed out how the pre-COVID “normal” economy was “already a struggle” for too many.
Joy Reid and her guests absolutely roasted the new show, "The Right View" for its blatant copying of another talk show, and the GOP's pathetic need to be celebrities themselves.
Former mayor, Teresa Tomlinson destroyed her state's GOP for deciding "a certain amount of preventable deaths are okay in order to save the economy."
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."
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.
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.
Joy Reid interviewed Teresa Tomlinson, who had a lot to say about the dangers of electing Libertarians and Republicans who don't believe in the concept of federal government at all.
Former evangelist Frank Schaeffer preached a fiery sermon on AMJoy for his former colleagues and the "moronic monster" himself.
Why are these people in the briefing room for the COVID-19 pressers? To fluff up the Trump-er-nutter, that's why.
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