The biggest news and political stories of the day with a commitment to in-depth reporting that consistently seeks to hold our leaders accountable.
How one GOP rep went from barricading the doors to Jan. 6 apologist
Guests: Elana Schor, Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, Scott MacFarlane, Elizabeth Dwoskin, David Dayen
Tonight: A congressman goes from battling the mob to apologizing for it with a new defense of Ashli Babbitt. Then, more fallout from the Facebook papers: Why Mark Zuckerberg killed Spanish-language voter resource tools on WhatsApp. And as the Build Back Better negotiations reach end stages, why paid parental leave is no-brainer that even Joe Manchin can get behind.
New details on what happened behind the scenes ahead of Jan. 6
Guests: Robert Costa, Betsy Woodruff Swan, Rep. Mondaire Jones, Brandy Zadrozny, Ava DuVernay
Tonight: New details on what was happening inside the Trump War Room during the insurrection—and why new reporting on Republican lawmakers has AOC and others calling for expulsion. Then, “Carol’s Journey to QAnon”: explosive new reporting on what Facebook knew about how it radicalized users. And writer, producer and director Ava DuVernay on her new Netflix collaboration with Colin Kaepernick and this American moment.
New details on the federal investigation into Matt Gaetz
Guests: Michael Schmidt, Rep. Elaine Luria, Timothy O'Brien, Robert Reich, Betsey Stevenson
From cursing the president on the House floor, to scoring political points after a tragic death on a movie set, how the shock-jock caucus has taken over the Republican Party. Then, one day after the contempt vote for Bannon, a key actor in the DOJ coup comes forward. Plus, why critics are saying Trump's social media platform could be his biggest scam yet. And a demonstration in how not to explain the Build Back Better agenda from our old friend Mitt.
Officer Fanone: We're "doomed to repeat" Jan. 6 if nation's division is ignored.
Guests: Rep. Jamie Raskin, Officer Michael Fanone, Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, Michael Daly
Tonight: Congressman Jamie Raskin on the House vote to hold Bannon in contempt—and the high-stakes decision for the Justice Department. Then, beaten by the Trump mob on January 6th, police officer Michael Fanone joins Chris Hayes with reaction to today's big vote. And the lieutenant governor of Texas offered a big reward to find voter fraud, and the lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania is here to talk about how one of his constituents is finally collecting a check.
Mark Meadows retains top GOP lawyer for Jan. 6 probe
Guests: Sherrilyn Ifill, Rep. Pete Aguilar, Dr. Vivek Murthy, Sen. Sherrod Brown
Tonight: The expansion of federal voting rights are blocked in the Senate as Trump's henchmen menace the select committee. Plus, what we're beginning to learn from the select committee about pre-insurrection planning meetings. Then, Senator Sherrod Brown on what might survive in the Build Back Better bill. And, should leaders who knowingly let Covid rip through their country, killing hundreds of thousands be charged with crimes against humanity? It's happening in Brazil, so why not here?
Jan. 6 committee votes to hold Bannon in contempt
Guests: Rep. Adam Schiff, Ian Bassin, Anna Merlan, Nina Perales, John Podesta
Tonight: The January 6th Committee votes to hold Steve Bannon accountable. So what now? Congressman Adam Schiff is here to tell us. Then, the pro-Covid right continues courting infection over vaccines. Plus, the first lawsuit in Texas over intentionally discriminatory political maps. And guess which Congressman packed his family into a pickup truck to announce his own indictment.
Seriously? Jon Podesta is who you chose to talk w on climate ?
I’m thinking MSNBC must give you a quota of how many establishment and conservative or centrist Dems you must interview each week. And you’re really going to give Schumer credit for being on top of things—he’s failed miserably as Senate Majority leader on most things and especially on BBB
Utter trash and propaganda
that cop wasn’t worried about his contact with the insurrectionist is because, if you hadn’t noticed <sarcasm> that mostly all cops that have done something wrong are not made accountable for their wrongs due in most part to the fop union. now there’s a union that needs to get busted and i say that sadly as i am a very pro-union supporter and x-union company worker.