The Damage Report host John Iadarola is joined by TYT’s Jayar Jackson for another #BigNewsWednesday!
President Biden prepares to address a joint session of Congress. Fox & Friends attacks Biden’s Families Plan. The author of the discredited Kamala Harris book article resigns from the NY Post. Video emerges of former NRA chief Wayne LaPierre trying and failing to kill an endangered elephant. Josh Hawley rails against corporate media in a tweet linking his book on Amazon.
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Read more here: https://www.commondreams.org/news/2021/04/27/letting-terrorists-win-manchin-suggests-pro-democracy-reform-would-spark-another
"Sen. Joe Manchin won praise from the Daily Caller and Fox News contributors while infuriating voting rights advocates on Tuesday with his suggestion that scrapping the filibuster and passing sweeping, popular pro-democracy reforms would spark a second insurrection just months after a right-wing mob stormed the U.S. Capitol.
The West Virginia Democrat’s comments came in a wide-ranging interview with Vox. With an evenly split upper chamber in which Vice President Kamala Harris breaks tie votes, the party’s most conservative senator plays a key role in advancing or thwarting the legislative efforts of President Joe Biden and Democratic congressional leaders. In contrast to his discussions with Republicans about Biden’s infrastructure proposal, Manchin publicly insists he is "not a roadblock" to the president’s agenda."
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