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The ReidOut with Joy Reid
45 minutes | Jun 19, 2021
Joy Reid interviews Sandra Garza, partner of fallen Capitol police officer Brian Sicknick
Friday on The ReidOut, Joy Reid interviewed Sandra Garza, partner of fallen Capitol police officer Brian Sicknick, on the House GOP members who voted not to give Congressional Gold Medals to the officers who defended them, and the reported actions of GOP Rep. Andrew Clyde. Scott MacFarlane also joins us with his report on NBC obtaining a transcript of an FBI interview with a Jan. 6 insurrection defendant, which included questions about his possible connections with Members of Congress. Plus, we take you to the Juneteenth launch of the Black Voters Matter Freedom Ride 2021 Bus Tour to engage and empower Black voters. MSNBC analyst David Jolly also discusses the Val Demings vs. Marco Rubio Senate race--and the importance of teaching our children to think critically, including about America's racial history. Then, Comedian and author D.L. Hughley joins Joy on his new book, "How to Survive America." All this and more in this edition of The ReidOut with Joy Reid.
44 minutes | Jun 18, 2021
Joy Reid on what the post-war sanitizing of the Confederacy teaches about Jan. 6
Joy Reid leads The ReidOut Thursday with current events that parallel the sanitizing of the Confederacy after the Civil War, namely the continued denial by many GOP leaders of what happened on Jan. 6 at the Capitol. MSNBC analyst Charlie Sykes comments on how these recent events demonstrate, "how crucial it is to have an independent, bipartisan Jan. 6 commission to get to the bottom of what happened." Next, journalist Michael Harriot discusses the essential elements that he believes must be in any voting rights bill compromise. Then, Lambda Legal Senior Attorney Sasha Buchert analyzes the Supreme Court ruling in favor of a Catholic charity in a same-sex foster parents case telling Joy Reid, "Every child deserves a family." Finally, Harvard professor and historian Annette Gordon-Reed joins us on what Juneteenth becoming a federal holiday means: an opportunity for Americans to discuss our history. All this and more in this edition of The ReidOut with Joy Reid.
43 minutes | Jun 17, 2021
Joy Reid on Biden's historic summit with Putin as he reaffirms America's commitment to democracy
Joy Reid leads The ReidOut Wednesday with President Biden's historic summit today with Russian President Vladimir Putin, as Biden reaffirms America's commitment to democracy. Journalist Yamiche alcindor joins us on Putin making false equivalencies between his suppression of Russian dissidents and political conflicts in the U.S. In today's edition of "The Absolute Worst," Joy addresses the 21 Republicans who voted against awarding Congressional Gold Medals to the Capitol police officers who protected their lives on Jan. 6. Finally, Rep. Eric Swalwell shares his views on reports that a GOP congressman allegedly refused to shake hands with D.C. police officer Michael Fanone, who defended the Capitol during the insurrection. All this and more in this episode of The ReidOut with Joy Reid.
44 minutes | Jun 16, 2021
Trump allies pressured DOJ to investigate conspiracy theories about 2020 election
Joy Reid begins The ReidOut Tuesday with new reports of emails detailing how Donald Trump and others pressured the Justice Department to embrace the Big Lie and act on it. House Democrats have released hundreds of pages of correspondence that include these emails dated during the final weeks of Trump's one-term presidency. The emails were sent to top DOJ officials working under incoming acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen pressuring the Justice Department to join the legal fight to challenge the election result on Trump’s behalf.
43 minutes | Jun 15, 2021
Stacey Abrams on her Hot Call Summer campaign to protect voting rights
Monday on The ReidOut, Stacey Abrams joins Joy Reid on her new voting rights initiative, the Hot Call Summer campaign, asking supporters to call their U.S. senators every day until the For the People Act passes. Plus, today Mitch McConnell told radio host Hugh Hewitt that it was "highly unlikely" that, if the next presidential campaign was underway, he would bring a Biden nominee to the floor for a vote, making the Senate majority leader the subject of tonight's "The Absolute Worst." Also, journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones analyzes recent attacks against Critical Race Theory, the explosion of voter suppression laws nationwide, and the backlash against The 1619 Project. Author and political commentator Ben Rhodes gives his analysis of the end of the Netanyahu era. Additionally, Bishop William Barber takes us on the road with Poor People's Campaign, as he travels to West Virginia to press Sen. Joe Manchin on the Biden agenda. All this and more in this edition of The ReidOut on MSNBC.
44 minutes | Jun 12, 2021
Joy Reid on reports the Trump-era Justice Department sought records of Democratic lawmakers
Joy Reid leads The ReidOut on Friday with what is reportedly shaping up to be yet another appalling abuse of power by the Trump-era Justice Department. Former Watergate prosecutor Jill Wine-Banks comments on comparisons between Richard Nixon's wiretapping and reports that Donald Trump's Department of Justice sought the records of Democratic lawmakers. In today's "The Absolute Worst": New reporting from Reuters details a torrent of truly disturbing texts, voicemails and e-mails that election workers and top officials have received as a result of the Big Lie--fraudulent claims of a rigged election. Then, Dr. Jason Johnson has some advice for the Democrats on how to fight back against the GOP. Finally, Joy celebrates the Bidens restoring American dignity abroad. All this and much more in this Friday edition of The ReidOut on MSNBC.
44 minutes | Jun 11, 2021
Joy Reid on America's fragile democracy and our tattered reputation around the world
Joy Reid leads The Reid Out Thursday with the state of America's fragile democracy and our tattered reputation around the world, as President Biden continues his first trip as president overseas. Plus, former U.S. Senator for Alabama Doug Jones joins us, telling Joy he would try to interview Donald Trump, if he were prosecuting a case like the Jan. 6 insurrection. And, do you remember Glenn Beck? He's back... and featured in tonight's edition of "The Absolute Worst." Then historian Jelani Cobb analyzes why Critical Race Theory is becoming a culture war issue for so many conservatives. Finally, Mohammed El-Kurd, who faces eviction and was recently arrested by Israeli police, joins on the surge of Palestinian arrests as the conflict continues over evictions in East Jerusalem’s Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood. All this and much more in this Thursday edition of The ReidOut with Joy Reid.
28 minutes | Aug 6, 2020
BONUS: Joy Reid on Into America
In this bonus episode for The Reid Out listeners, Joy Reid joins Trymaine Lee on Into America.Growing up, Joy Reid loved to watch the news with her mother – and even remembers staying up late to watch coverage of the Iran Hostage Crisis as a middle schooler. Along the course of her career, Joy’s worked in local news, as a press secretary for the 2008 Obama campaign, and written books on American politics.And she recently became the host of a new primetime show on MSNBC: The ReidOut, which premiered last month. More than 2.5 million people tuned in.This is Joy’s third show for MSNBC. She previously hosted an afternoon show called The Reid Report and AM Joy, which aired on weekends. With The ReidOut, Joy is now the first Black woman to host a national primetime news show since PBS NewsHour’s Gwen Ifill died in 2016, and the first Black woman to anchor a primetime network show in the history of cable TV.On Into America, Reid tells Trymaine Lee what led to this moment, and how she plans to make the most of it. For more from Into America, visit the feed and subscribe.
1 minutes | Jul 19, 2020
Introducing The ReidOut
Joy Reid conducts one-on-one conversations with politicians and newsmakers while addressing provocative political issues both inside and outside of the beltway. Reid, who is also a best-selling author and public speaker, joined MSNBC in 2011 as a contributor. Drawing from her decades-long experience in politics, passion for addressing the intersection of race, justice and culture, as well as her signature tenacious interviewing style, Reid kicks off MSNBC’s primetime lineup by delving into American politics as it unfolds.
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