MSNBC national security expert Frank Figliuzzi slapped Tucker Carlson for amplifying Hungary's white identity politics and threatening our democracy, before he absolutely ethers Carlson at the end.
From late December to the violent culmination of events on January 6, the Trump White House engaged in a multi-pronged effort to topple the United States government.
CNN's Jake Tapper lays into Mike Pence and Trump's other Republican enablers who are refusing to stand up to the "threat to the life of American democracy."
It's not "fear of Trump" that caused the Senate to engage in a cover-up of January 6. They wanted to anyway.
"Democracy requires constant mending. And so we can't just simply stand still and assume that democracy is a machine that runs of itself."
"Here is a common sense reform: require 41 votes to sustain a filibuster, rather than require 60 votes to overcome it," John Avlon said.
Even though we know there is a separate set of rules for covering Democrats.
Neither of them sound very optimistic.
The Sunday Shows are failing democracy by having on those who incited or enabled the January 6 insurrection and then not asking them about it.
WHAT are the Republicans thinking?
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