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    Why we should be afraid of a Jim Jordan-led Judiciary subcommittee

    17:52
  • McCarthy’s quest to oust Ilhan Omar from committee isn't about her 'antisemitism'

    11:27
  • Mike Pompeo's dismissal of Jamal Khashoggi is nothing short of despicable

    19:03
  • Serial liar George Santos fits right in with the modern GOP

    15:40
  • A prominent medical expert is denying Covid death numbers

    17:55
  • Davos economic forum exposes fake right-wing populists

    14:55
  • Harvard reverses course on decision to deny fellowship to human rights expert

    05:58
  • Highlights from The Mehdi Hasan Show on Peacock

    04:41
  • At what point does GOP denial of right-wing violence become complicity?

    16:53
  • Mehdi asks WH climate adviser: What should Biden be doing on climate change?

    09:35
  • Mehdi debunks the GOP’s faux outrage over the debt ceiling

    12:47
  • Meet the Democrat taking on Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley

    09:06
  • Why the Biden and Trump classified docs cases aren’t the same

    03:07
  • Republicans' whataboutism is on full display view as McCarthy plots his revenge on Dems

    19:08
  • Is the Biden admin prepared to tackle the latest Covid variant?

    11:29
  • The Biden administration flip flops on Title 42

    11:05
  • How Elon Musk’s Twitter helped make far-right violence in Brazil possible

    09:58
  • Ron DeSantis’s authoritarian war on education is reaching new heights

    09:38
  • Two Years After the Attack on the U.S. Capitol, Brazil Has its Own 1/6

    15:11
  • Free Speech Seems to See Different Standards for Anti-Israel Criticism

    13:08

Republicans’ Odd Response to Antisemitism Accusations

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Antisemitic tropes are on the rise, especially on the right. But it seems that whenever a Republican is accused of antisemitism, their response goes something like: “I can’t be antisemitic, I love Israel!” News flash, Mehdi says: Defending and praising Israel doesn’t mean you aren’t antisemitic. MSNBC political analyst Peter Beinart joins him to weigh in.