Rachel Maddow put the pieces together and connected Trump White House chief of staff Mark Meadows to forged 2020 election documents.
Congressman/suspected domestic terrorist, Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-NC) is suggesting that Rachel Maddow is afraid to have him on her show.
Rachel Maddow asked the one question of Sean Hannity that is vital to the nation. What did Hannity know that made him so worried?
Rachel Maddow discussed Trump's new partnership of his media company that doesn't exist with a Chinese shell company that scams investors.
It’s a huge deal—people standing up a declaring they want a voice at the table in their workplace, to participate in making decisions about their lives.
Rachel Maddow says that Trump confessed to obstruction of justice on television and he is still within the statute of limitations.
CNN boss Jeff Zucker tried to hire Rachel Maddow away from MSNBC, which made Maddow's current home offer her more money for less work.
Rachel Maddow highlighted the Giffords lawsuit that accused the NRA of making $35 million in illegal contributions to Republicans like Josh Hawley and Trump.
Rachel Maddow showed that Biden actually outperformed the last 30 years of first-year presidents on election night.
The Rachel Maddow Show continued its run of dominance over Fox News, as she bested Sean Hannity for the sixth straight month.
Of course, these Republicans, strenuously posing as “principled,” remain quiet about their own election-stealing strategy, even as it sits ponderously front and center as the proverbial elephant in the American political arena.
The call to get teachers back into schools has been more insidious than earlier Republican calls to re-open the economy even though it meant loss of life, especially because teachers are in fact working and teaching, often harder and longer hours than ever.
Over the last two days, House impeachment managers have laid out a devastating case against Donald Trump. And a big part of the success of that case has been video footage.
On Wednesday, new video was presented from the insurrection and it was quite damning. It is unlikely, however, to change the mind of Republican voters who watch Fox News. The network cut away shortly before the footage was shown.
The Daily Beasts Justin Baragona writes, “Fox News is now pre-empting the House impeachment trial — which is currently featuring Democrats introducing chilling never-before-seen footage from the insurrectionist riot — so they can air The Five, which includes Jeanine Pirro today.”
Jimmy Kimmel also weighed in, but tweeting, “This impeachment trial (which is incredibly powerful) is live on ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, etc, etc – guess which “News” channel isn’t carrying it?”
This impeachment trial (which is incredibly powerful) is live on ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, etc, etc – guess which "News" channel isn't carrying it?
— Jimmy Kimmel (@jimmykimmel) February 10, 2021
The “big lie” is not unique to Trump but rather constitutes a long-standing Republican tradition and political practice that, far from distinguishing itself from Trump’s governance, in fact enabled and even created it.
Anchors on cable news networks make an awful lot of money. CNN’s Anderson Cooper makes a reported $12 million each year. MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow also does quite well, pulling in $7 million a year.
But no anchor comes anywhere close to ratings king Sean Hannity. According to a 2020 piece from The Street, Fox News pays its top anchor an astounding $40 million each year.
Still, the Fox News anchor wants his fans to know that life isn’t all that rosy. During his Friday show, Hannity told his audience:
“You know, because, what you do is you’re learning from stars, Hollywood people, famous people, athletes about success and I don’t know anybody that ever walks this earth that has it easy. You know, you say, ‘Oh, rich people have it easy.’ There’s nobody that I know that gets through this life without pain, without difficulty, without striving, without suffering, without things being hard. I don’t care what it is, but for whatever it is, we all go through that.”
The stories we tell ourselves, especially the ones we tend to repeat over and over and that circulate throughout our political and cultural discourses, matter. They impact us. They carve neural pathways, so to speak, in our collective cultural mindset, in our political nervous system. They set expectations for us about the future, map out and set the course for our imagination of possibilities, preparing us for, priming us to accept, some future outcomes more than others. In this sense, they can make us feel powerful and hopeful or demoralized, powerless, and anxious.
Letitia James has claimed some people at the National Rifle Association used the organization as their “personal piggy bank” as she moves to dissolve the gun group.
The New York Attorney General spoke to MSNBC’s Rachael Maddow on Thursday following her announcement the previous day of her intention to seek the NRA’s dissolution.
James caused a major stir on Thursday with a press conference alleging major financial malpractice and self-dealing at the NRA. She stuck to her position during her interview with Maddow.
James said “it was the diversion of millions, upon millions of dollars” that convinced her to move against the NRA.
Watch the video:
New York AG Letitia James alleges NRA corruption "runs very deep"
"The corruption is pervasive, it's persistent, it's not limited to one person. It's throughout the entire corporation and that's why we seek to dissolve the corporation in its entirety." pic.twitter.com/XNalgRTDfs
Mary Trump told MSNBC's Rachel Maddow that she heard Trump use the N-word and anti-Semitic slurs, which isn't surprising given that he's a racist.
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.