Episode

11/10 Adam Green & Ari Berman: Voter Suppression & What’s Next for Progressives

November 10, 2016

Adam Green, articulates just how horrible the political situation is now. Why progressives have an advantage now inside the Democratic Party. What we can learn from Republican strategy. Why we need Keith Ellison as head of the DNC. How progressives should handle Donald Trump. Rolling back the ACA. How do we acknowledge pain exists while combating bigotry? Why the Clinton campaign didn’t work and how Trump used Bernie Sanders argument. How do we have a united opposition and maintain progressive positions?

Ari Berman of the Nation Magazine explains the role that voter suppression in the 2016 election. Why the media needed to focus on voter suppression much more closely. The many ways of voter suppression. How Democrats and progressives failed to protect the Supreme Court. Obama’s missed the opportunity with the Supreme Court and what do Democrats do next.

The oddest troll on Twitter? Trump’s cabinet picks.  Rudy Guiliani says President Obama shouldn’t pardon Hillary Clinton. Glenn Beck tries to scurry back into Donald Trump’s good graces. Omarosa says that Trump has a enemies list and a “long memory”. Protests across the country against Trump. Tom Cotton promotes torture and your calls and IMs.

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