Voter suppression accusations intensify in Georgia and North Dakota
Voter suppression accusations intensify in Georgia and North Dakota, as a group of black voters in Georgia was forced off a bus taking them to vote, and Native Americans in North Dakota are disproportionately impacted by new I.D. requirements. Joy Reid and her panel discuss.
Lisa Bloom: We are achieving many victories for women and men during Me Too era06:12
EJ Dionne: If decorum means you can’t ask question Trump doesn't like we’re back to square one12:47
Stacey Abrams: I think we have watched the systematic erosion of our Democracy15:56
Rep. Barbara Lee: African-American women in House Democratic caucus have been locked out08:55
Rep. Ted Lieu: If preventing wildfires was as easy as raking leaves we would’ve done that by now08:03
Andrew Gillum: We know half of Florida has a different vision for where we want to go18:34