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Joy Reid: We may be in the waning years of America as a democracy

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Joy Reid leads this episode of The ReidOut with Republican members of Congress openly musing about civil war, such as Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia, polling her supporters as to whether they would support a "national divorce." Then, Joy Reid and her panel discuss the latest alarming developments out of Texas, including Gov. Abbott deciding to ban all Covid-19 vaccine mandates, even for small businesses. Next, we examine how the state of Michigan told the residents of Benton Harbor, a majority Black city, not to drink their tap water almost three years after lead was detected in the city's pipes with numbers far higher than the federal action level, and than Flint's at the height of its water crisis. Finally, in "The Absolute Worst," Joy Reid slams people on the right wrongfully decrying a new, bisexual Superman, who, as the son of Clark Kent and Lois Lane, tackles climate change and school shootings. All this and more in this edition of The ReidOut on MSNBC.

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