Rachel Maddow showed how Trump is potentially killing thousands of meat plant workers by refusing to enforce federal virus safety guidelines.
Rachel Maddow cut through Trump's happy talk and obliterated the administration's lies on coronavirus testing and availability in the US.
Rachel Maddow didn't pull any punches as she called Trump's coronavirus response insane in terms of policy and ethics, and noted that it will be fatal.
As coverage of the coronavirus streams 24-7 on the airways, updating cases and casualties as well as policy shifts and other breaking developments, it is understandable Americans might find their attention riveted to day to day events linked to the pandemic, making it hard to even think about larger political contexts or issues raised by the pandemic.
Rachel Maddow made the case that Trump's lie-filled coronavirus briefings are a danger to public health and the networks should stop broadcasting them live.
As primary election day, March 17, approaches in Illinois, I have been doing some canvassing for a candidate running to keep her seat as a state representative, Lindsey LaPointe. I have known Lindsey for a few years as someone who is active in our neighborhoods (before she took over as state rep), always present around local issues and trying to make life better in our little corner of the world in Chicago. Last fall I attended an event at a local park called “Peace in the Preserves,” and of course Lindsey was there. We fell into conversation, and as a professor at a small state university in the city, I drifted into my usual and somewhat long-winded talking points about higher education funding, pension issues, and so forth.
According to Rachel Maddow, several Democrats got up and walked out while Trump was still talking during the State Of The Union.
The impeachment trial rules that McConnell is proposing will allow him to cherry-pick from the evidence to create a false impression of Trump innocence.
MSNBC's Rachel Maddow made history, as her Lev Parnas interview on The Rachel Maddow Show was the most-watched cable news program in history.
Rachel Maddow discussed the new evidence related to Vice President Mike Pence's secret communications with Ukraine that have been turned over to the Judiciary Committee.
Rachel Maddow highlighted how Republicans bombed during the first day of impeachment hearings as their conspiracy theories flopped.
While Trump is counting on Fox News to save him from impeachment, MSNBC's Rachel Maddow beat Fox with viewers age 25-54.
Joe Scarborough, former Republican but still self-proclaimed conservative host of MSNBC’s Morning Joe, has hoisted himself into media and political limelights of late with his popularizing of the moniker “Moscow Mitch” for senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, who has refused to bring to the senate floor for a vote a bill to fund measures to protect U.S. elections from Russian interference.
The New York Times has deemed Rachel Maddow too opinionated and is refusing to let their reporters go on her MSNBC show.
Senate Democratic Leader Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) accused Trump of tipping off Fox News before he threw his White House temper tantrum.
Rachel Maddow showed how Alabama's abortion ban bill goes back to Mitch McConnell's blocking of Obama Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland.
Rachel Maddow explained that all of the many battles between Trump and Congress center around the White House fear of Robert Mueller speaking about his report.
Rachel Maddow said that there are indications thatAttorney General William Barr ordered the end of the Mueller investigation in March..
In short, the danger in Trump’s language is that, for the surprisingly impressionable national audience, he degrades our democratic processes and safeguards against tyranny by recasting the fundamentals of democracy as instead the coarse and brutish misdeeds of a dictatorial power grab.
The right-wing viewers of Fox News are very unhappy with the network’s chief legal analyst, Judge Andrew Napolitano right now. And they have taken to Twitter to express their extreme displeasure with what Napolitano had to say about Bill Barr, the Mueller report, and comments made by Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA).