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Fmr. Mass. Gov. Deval Patrick: Filibuster ‘is a fundamentally undemocratic device’

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Co-chair of American Bridge 21st Century and Former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick joins Andrea Mitchell to discuss President Biden’s speech on voting rights and strategies the President should take to pass voting legislation through Congress, currently stalled by Republican opposition and the filibuster. Patrick calls the filibuster “a fundamentally undemocratic device to enable a minority of folks to thwart the will of the majority.”