Joy Reid leads this episode of The ReidOut with the apparent renewed effort by many on the American right to make sure Covid-19 is here to stay. Then, the House select committee on Jan. 6 today issued a new subpoena for records and testimony from one of the most controversial figures in Donald Trump’s effort to steal the election and subvert our democracy: Jeffrey Clark, the former Justice Department official and Trump loyalist who tried to nullify the election results in Georgia and other states. Rep. Madeleine Dean joins The ReidOut to discuss. Plus, recent decisions by the Supreme Court and how they were made are putting the conservative majority on the defensive as the nation's highest court gets called out for playing politics. Finally, in "The Absolute Worst," Joy critiques Texas for passing a proposed map increasing the number of majority-White districts while decreasing Latinx- and Black-majority districts, despite people of color making up 95% of its population growth for a decade. All this and much more in this edition of The ReidOut on MSNBC.
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Stacey Abrams: We need to do a carve out for the filibuster to protect our democracy
45:01Joy Reid leads this edition of The ReidOut with Rep. Bennie Thompson, the chairman of the select committee to investigate the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol. They discuss what is next now that the House has voted to refer Steve Bannon to the Department of Justice for criminal contempt charges. Then, Karine Jean-Pierre, White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary, joins Joy to discuss the status of negotiations on the Build Back Better plan, and how the White House is working with Senators Manchin and Sinema. Plus, Stacey Abrams, founder of Fair Fight Action, tells us that we need to contact our senators and demand a carve out for the filibuster to pass voting rights legislation and protect our democracy. Rep. Pramila Jayapal has the latest on the status of the Progressive Caucus' agenda. Finally, Pamela Garrison, a member of the West Virginia chapter of the Poor People's Campaign, tells The ReidOut how her cohort of West Virginians really feels about Sen. Joe Manchin's policy initiatives. All this and more in this edition of The ReidOut on MSNBC.
Joy Reid: House Republicans apparently defending Bannon shirk their responsibilities
44:30Joy Reid leads this episode of The ReidOut with the committee investigating Jan. 6 sending a strong message that they will aggressively pursue their mission by enforcing their subpoenas. Then, Joy and her panel discuss Senate Republicans opposing voting rights legislation for the third time this year. Plus, David Corn joins us on his reporting in Mother Jones that Sen. Joe Manchin is allegedly telling associates he is considering leaving the Democratic Party, if he does not get his way on the Build Back Better bill. Next, Jacqueline Charles, Caribbean correspondent for the Miami Herald joins The ReidOut, sharing her expertise on the dire situation in Haiti. Finally, in "The Absolute Worst," Joy critiques police officers and unions fighting against Covid-19 vaccine mandates. All this and more in this edition of The ReidOut on MSNBC.
Steve Bannon referred to DOJ for criminal contempt charges in unanimous Jan. 6 House select committee vote
32:42The Jan. 6 House select committee voted unanimously on Tuesday night to refer Steve Bannon to the Justice Department for criminal contempt charges for defying the subpoenas of the select committee regarding the Capitol insurrection. Leading up to this historic vote, Joy Reid and her panel discuss its ramifications, and how Merrick Garland's Justice Department may respond. Rep. Eric Swalwell also joins us with his perspective as a Trump impeachment manager. Listen to the expert analysis in this episode of The ReidOut on MSNBC.
Joy Reid: Powell will be remembered as a genuinely good man
44:27Joy Reid leads this episode of The ReidOut commemorating the loss of one of America's most historic figures, General Colin Powell, who has died of Covid-19 complications at the age of 84. Then, we discuss the House select committee investigating Jan. 6 being set to vote Tuesday night on a resolution referring Steve Bannon for charges of criminal contempt for defying the select committee subpoena for his records and testimony. Plus, our expert guest analyzes the possible motives of the two Democratic senators holding the Build Back Better bill hostage--Kyrsten Sinema and Joe Manchin. Next, Jury selection began Monday in the trial of three White, Georgia men charged with murdering 25-year-old Ahmaud Arbery in what some people, including President Biden, have called a modern-day lynching. Wanda Cooper-Jones, Ahmaud Arbery's mother, joins The ReidOut on whether she believes justice will be served. Finally, filmed from the final year of President Obama's presidency to the present, the new documentary "Civil War," airing Sunday at 10 pm ET on MSNBC, examines how differing narratives about this pivotal war shape our beliefs to this day. Joy speaks with the filmmakers. All this and much more in this edition of The ReidOut on MSNBC.
Rep. Adam Schiff on Jan. 6 select committee addressing Steve Bannon defying subpoena
44:22Joy Reid leads this episode of The ReidOut addressing an academic freedom fight of Texas-sized proportions: the educators on all levels under attack from many on the right. Plus, on Tuesday the Jan. 6 select committee will hold a vote to refer Steve Bannon for criminal charges of contempt, after Bannon refused to comply with their subpoena on Thursday. Rep. Adam Schiff joins The ReidOut to discuss. Then, we explore workers throughout the country unionizing and going on strike to make their voices heard. Next, Julián Castro and Joaquin Castro join us to share their American success story, as we celebrate Latinx achievement on the final day of National Hispanic Heritage Month. All this and much more in this this edition of The ReidOut on MSNBC.
Rep. Bennie Thompson: Merrick Garland has to do his job in a timely manner
44:50Joy Reid leads this episode of The ReidOut with the criminal charges that may be in store for Steve Bannon. Rep. Bennie Thompson, chair of the Jan. 6 select committee, tells Joy, "Steve Bannon or anyone else can't flout the law and expect nothing to happen," after Bannon announced that he would not honor the subpoena served to him by the select committee. And, today in Pennsylvania, where Republicans are trying to obtain private personal information on all 7 million state voters for an investigation, Democratic Attorney General Josh Shapiro filed a motion to have the courts block them. Shapiro joins Joy in his first national interview since announcing his run for Pennsylvania governor on Wednesday. Next, we commemorate the 48th birthday of George Floyd, and examine how in the wake of his murder, Dr. Andrea Kane -- as the school superintendent in Queen Anne's county, Maryland -- used his tragic death and the subsequent calls for reform as an opportunity to start a conversation on racism within her community. She joins us on how these efforts led to her departure. Finally, Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving's anti-vaccine stance being compared to the heroic activism of the greatest of all time, Muhammad Ali, is critiqued by Joy Reid in "The Absolute Worst." All this and more in this edition of TheReidOut on MSNBC.
Rep. Dean calls on Mark Meadows "to say absolutely everything he knows" on Jan. 6
44:21Joy Reid leads this episode of The ReidOut with the apparent renewed effort by many on the American right to make sure Covid-19 is here to stay. Then, the House select committee on Jan. 6 today issued a new subpoena for records and testimony from one of the most controversial figures in Donald Trump’s effort to steal the election and subvert our democracy: Jeffrey Clark, the former Justice Department official and Trump loyalist who tried to nullify the election results in Georgia and other states. Rep. Madeleine Dean joins The ReidOut to discuss. Plus, recent decisions by the Supreme Court and how they were made are putting the conservative majority on the defensive as the nation's highest court gets called out for playing politics. Finally, in "The Absolute Worst," Joy critiques Texas for passing a proposed map increasing the number of majority-White districts while decreasing Latinx- and Black-majority districts, despite people of color making up 95% of its population growth for a decade. All this and much more in this edition of The ReidOut on MSNBC.
BONUS: Joy Reid on Into America
26:55In this bonus episode for The Reid Out listeners, Joy Reid joins Trymaine Lee on Into America.Growing up, Joy Reid loved to watch the news with her mother – and even remembers staying up late to watch coverage of the Iran Hostage Crisis as a middle schooler. Along the course of her career, Joy’s worked in local news, as a press secretary for the 2008 Obama campaign, and written books on American politics.And she recently became the host of a new primetime show on MSNBC: The ReidOut, which premiered last month. More than 2.5 million people tuned in.This is Joy’s third show for MSNBC. She previously hosted an afternoon show called The Reid Report and AM Joy, which aired on weekends. With The ReidOut, Joy is now the first Black woman to host a national primetime news show since PBS NewsHour’s Gwen Ifill died in 2016, and the first Black woman to anchor a primetime network show in the history of cable TV.On Into America, Reid tells Trymaine Lee what led to this moment, and how she plans to make the most of it. For more from Into America, visit the feed and subscribe.
Introducing The ReidOut
0:41Joy Reid conducts one-on-one conversations with politicians and newsmakers while addressing provocative political issues both inside and outside of the beltway. Reid, who is also a best-selling author and public speaker, joined MSNBC in 2011 as a contributor. Drawing from her decades-long experience in politics, passion for addressing the intersection of race, justice and culture, as well as her signature tenacious interviewing style, Reid kicks off MSNBC’s primetime lineup by delving into American politics as it unfolds.