There are way too many problems with corporate owned media. But Russian Collusion is not one of them. There was collusion, there’s no such thing as Trump Derangement Syndrome. The Resistance needs all the help it can get, even from the corporate owned media. Glenn Greenwald, Matt Taibbi and Christopher Hedges must put away their petty jealousies, stop trusting Robert Mueller, read the report and help shine more light on Russia’s role in Trump’s election. Because the Trump Crime Family must go. The corporate owned media didn’t blow it.
Constitutional Law Professor Corey Brettschneider, Think Progress’s Zack Ford and Comedian Kevin Bartini.
Time Code: 0:15 David explains why Barr and Mueller are useless 37:43 Professor Corey Brettschneider explains why we need to read the report 1:12:26 Zack Ford explains why he has serious reservations about Bernie 1:51:51 Comedian Kevin Bartini talks Robert Kraft.
Zack is the LGBTQ Editor at ThinkProgress.org, where he has covered issues related to marriage equality, transgender rights, education, and “religious freedom,” in additional to daily political news. In 2014, The Advocate named Zack one of its “40 under 40” in LGBT media, describing him as “one of the most influential journalists online.” He has a passion for education, having received a Bachelor’s in Music Education at Ithaca College and a Master’s in Higher Education at Iowa State University, and he relishes opportunities to return to classroom settings to discuss social justice issues with students.
Professor Corey Brettschneider
Author/Professor/Huge David Feldman Fan
Corey is author of The Oath And The Office: A Guide To The Constitution For Future Presidents. He teaches Constitutional Law at Brown, and holds a doctorate in Law from Stanford, a doctorate in Political Science from Princeton and a masters in Philosophy from Cambridge. He lives in Manhattan with his wife, daughter and dog Bailey, but spends most of his quality time preparing for his appearances on The David Feldman Show.
After establishing his bona fides in the top comedy clubs of NYC and studying with the Upright Citizens Brigade, Kevin was discovered by Jon Stewart, who hired him to warm up his audiences at The Daily Show and The Colbert Report.