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<<Gavelling furiously for order>> Episode 6 of our podcast "Rachel Maddow Presents: Ultra" just posted today! It's available for free on any podcast app...
"Since 2016, when Donald Trump was elected president, threats of violence against lawmakers recorded by U.S. Capitol Police have surged from roughly 900 cases in 2016 to 9,625 in 2021."
See you tonight for more special election coverage -- 8PM Eastern, MSNBC!
"The company, with a market value of $55 billion, fought the Federal Railroad Administration’s push to upgrade the 'Civil War era' brake system that remains widely used in US trains, and against stricter rules on the transport of hazardous materials."
BREAKING: We've got Trump tax returns. Tonight, 9pm ET. MSNBC. (Seriously).
Do not amplify misinformation. If someone is consistently hyping snake-oil miracle cures, or making up stories about policies that aren't real, stop putting a camera or a mic on that person as a source for information in this crisis. Rebut lies. Tell the truth. Cite sources.
I admit to being stuck on the fact that the President just convened reporters to announce the 1st US coronavirus death, a man in his 50s in Washington State. The president said "She was a wonderful woman." This is ridiculous. Just stop. Stop talking. Let the scientists talk.
Boston Globe editorial board: "The months the administration wasted with prevarication about the threat and its subsequent missteps will amount to exponentially more COVID19 cases than were necessary. In other words, the president has blood on his hands."