Sen. Klobuchar Is Still Angry With Senators Hawley And Cruz For Supporting The Insurrection

28 apr 2021
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Senator Amy Klobuchar reflects on the January 6th insurrection, how she plans to make sure it never happens again, and the importance of breaking up modern day monopolies, which she writes about in her new book, "Antitrust." #Colbert #AmyKlobuchar #SenKlobuchar
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  • Such hypocrisy, the few RNC Senators (eg. Hawley & Cruz) followed "proper protocol" making the request for a bipartisan Congressional review audit after many hundreds (a thousand?) of poll watchers were witnesses to possible mismanagement in some districts (not all, some) to the point of great concern of the integrity of that districts vote count, not to mention, learning the system in many States were provided by foreign company, and a software reported issues in other countries (links below) and learning the citizenry's secret votes may have been exposed to the ability of being transmitted to foreign entities for review and count, as apparently had been done in Europe. Supposedly, some voting software used SQL database programming, a program know to be user-friendly with ability to switch info on the backend. The DNC leadership and (then) candidate Biden should have been eager to participate in the 10-day bipartisan Congressional review audit to assure millions of voters (all parties) the Nov. 3rd, 2020 election was a free and 'fair election'. There were DNC members stating willingness to participate in the audit (later silent), the audit would have been in plenty of time to have our traditional inaugeration (regardless of preferred candidate). The few Senators making the request did the right thing for The People. However, the Dems refused through their leadership to participate, with Pelosi's attitude one similar of a monarchy. Instead of being courteous to The People with participating, she and others went on a global media tirade severely insulting (including race-baiting) many millions of concerned constituents. The dem politicians went so far over-reaching to include threatening the Constitution and 1st Amendment 'to shut the voters up', which was followed by social media platforms censoring and removing concerned citizens posts as the DNC & Rino politicians continued insulting & ignoring their constituents trying to reach them through letter and phone calls. In effect, attacking and silencing the concerned voters to the point they had no voice, at all. THAT was the catalyst for the Capitol protests, The People do not have to absorb abuse from politicians or media. They have a right to make their voices heard. Don't pretend the election was perfect, it was not. Don't try to set record the race-baiting DNC politicians were innocent victims, they were not, and the DNC & Rino politicians owe The People an apology. The concerned voters were instigated by the poor behavior of their Congressional representatives, excluding the few RNC Senators like Hawley, Cruz, etc. that tried to help the millions of concerned voters conclude if their election was compromised, in any way. What happened to the DNC members willing to participate in the bipartisan audit, were they threatened to silence, as well? The Philippines was going to ban the similar voting system. And Venezuela had a mismanagement that did change the vote count in the system, even though the paper ballot count was unchanged. 2010 Heider Garcia Smartmatic rep at Philippine Congress admitting clock glitch ispast.info/losk/v-deo/f3akhmy42oKVqaA.html 2017 Venezuela announcing Smartmatic tampered with effecting the vote ispast.info/losk/v-deo/iXmklqKYx5rYfoI.html 2019 The Philippines wants to dispose of Smartmatic: news.abs-cbn.com/news/05/30/19/duterte-tells-comelec-dispose-of-smartmatic wikileaks.org/plusd/cables/06CARACAS2063_a.html Heider Garcia now in USA (via CA, GA, 2020 in Texas). 33% of ballots had misaligned print error glitch, entered manually (see Venezuela above) wfaa.com/embeds/video/287-61b01472-31fd-48bb-8e85-5b381e2558f0/?jwsource=cl 2020 Heider Garcia Certifying Election in Tarrant County, Texas. New Hart InterCivic Verity Voting System twitter.com/i/status/1328776210445373441 First time Blue since 1960's. 2006 Smartmatic being investigated by Democrats. What happened?! ispast.info/losk/v-deo/YaRvgKHZz37aaIo.html

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  • Far down on the list of Things to Do: remove "under God" from the pledge of allegiance.

    Alex MercedesAlex MercedesDegi Síðan síðan
  • Democrats are retaliating against Republicans because we voted to end slavery. The 13th amendment was voted into law by Republicans. Democrats voted to continue slavery. Democrats have been retaliating against us ever since.

    John GaltJohn GaltDegi Síðan síðan
  • And as a former Democrat supporter who supported her during the primaries, I'm disgusted at her lies. Bipartisanship my ass. And if you want see A REAL INSURRECTION, come to Africa.

    Pierre OdendaalPierre Odendaal3 dögum síðan
  • The irony of watching this from australia on youtube. Many people don’t know ISpast is Google!

    flyingzucchiniflyingzucchini3 dögum síðan
  • I love Amy.

    Loren ReneeLoren Renee5 dögum síðan
  • Just love Amy! she should run again for President. .Don't give up the Ship Amy! You are Awesome!

    Vito BoviniVito Bovini6 dögum síðan
  • Don't worry Amy I'm still pissed off about the January 6th insurrection

    Alt DimasAlt Dimas6 dögum síðan
  • dumb and dumber

    Richard 303Richard 3037 dögum síðan
  • Liking and commenting to boost that YT algorithm for ya.

    Melissa ChiouMelissa Chiou7 dögum síðan
  • What a crook!

    Carol HaynesCarol Haynes7 dögum síðan
  • Actually you are headed toward Gitmo, they don’t like you either, and they’re not headed to Gitmo

    Carol HaynesCarol Haynes7 dögum síðan
  • Amy Klobuchar is probably the funniest Senator since Al Franken.

    Dallas LDallas L7 dögum síðan
  • Great stories about Walter Mondale---thank you!!

    Lilith RogersLilith Rogers8 dögum síðan
  • Oh so interested in reading your new book and amazed at how you can get so much done!!!! Thank You!!!Amy for President!!!

    Lilith RogersLilith Rogers8 dögum síðan
  • Love YOu Amy K!!! Thank you for being here for all of us!!!

    Lilith RogersLilith Rogers8 dögum síðan
  • A woman of dignity.

    zetty dus.zetty dus.9 dögum síðan
  • You go girl. Maybe to the presidency with Porter as VP!!!

    Sheila ScanlonSheila Scanlon9 dögum síðan
  • Fyi... Duluth is a Great Lakes town and there's a locally famous lighthouse that centers most of the regional tourism

    bananamansam01bananamansam019 dögum síðan
  • Just remember to direct your anger at progress and voting out the GOP. On LOCAL and STATE levels too. They have an abundance of crazy QAnon people still lining up to fill offices in your schools, districts and states. And they are INSANE. So ensure that for the next four years you tell yourself: "Trump can easily come back. And the people that enabled him still are enabling his leadership in the party." So when the GOP says: "Let's move on." It's really: "Let's block everything and change voting laws to enable a totalitarian regime." These people will not step down, they don't care what they did, it's only till your force them to face facts will anything change.

    Brett MorinBrett Morin9 dögum síðan
    • Brett Morin: So would you rather have Marxist teaching your children or People that actually want to protect children?

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  • She needs to be replaced a true anti america .

    Lowell KnoxLowell Knox10 dögum síðan
  • Hawley and Cruz belong in separate, Federal prisons. Once upon a time, traitors were hung by their necks until dead (not rewarded with a second term in office).

    Sunsaver FromNHHSunsaver FromNHH10 dögum síðan
    • Sunsaver FromNHH: Why would Hawley and Crus belong in prison?

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  • Wow, 2 minutes in Klobuchar puts me in tears and straightens me up with pride describing her night Jan 6 and then on inauguration day.

    Corri JohansonCorri Johanson10 dögum síðan
  • I enjoy knowing bright intelligent people like Amy are leading this nation.

    photopickerphotopicker10 dögum síðan
    • photopicker: What policy do you support most of Senator Klobuchar's?

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  • Personally, I use neither Google nor Facebook, and I can't say my life is any less full without them.

    Morgan PetrosMorgan Petros11 dögum síðan
  • She seems so normal. Smart, but normal. Very unusual for American politician.

    falconeaterf15falconeaterf1511 dögum síðan
    • falconeaterf15: Hard to tell with politicians, the policies they support are more important than personality.

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  • How about the Capitol building? I was surprised that rioters could just break an exterior window to get in. Aren’t there better windows available that resist break-ins?

    GH1618GH161811 dögum síðan
    • GH1618: The question is why were the Capitol doors to the public areas locked. The Congressional sections are in a different secured part of the building and other office building, which are separately locked. The Congressional politicians generally were usually interactive with the public as that is their constituency, this was a different situation where the DNC & rino Congressional politicians over-reached and set a bad example of themselves.

      appleblossomxoappleblossomxoDegi Síðan síðan
    • It took a couple of people a couple of minutes and a couple of tools. That’s a very unusual situation. Considering that the windows did their job.

      I Don’t Get Notified About Replies So Don’t BotherI Don’t Get Notified About Replies So Don’t Bother11 dögum síðan
  • Senator Amy Klobuchar - Happy Mother's Day especially for all your courage; carrying the mahogony boxes of our ballots on Jan. 6, 2021 and SAVING THEM from those treasonous clowns led by Agolf Twittler and his Orange minion insurrectionists on out Capitol.

    Di42Di4211 dögum síðan
    • Di42: There's no heroism here, the DNC should have participated in the Congressional 10 day bipartisan review audit after so many voters witnessed possible mismanagement during the citizenry vote count back in Nov/Dec 2020, it would have assured the citizenry so we could have had a traditional inaugeration.

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  • She and Elizabeth Warren always strike me as very decent people.

    mano a manomano a mano11 dögum síðan
  • Get Hawley, Cruz and the conspiracy theory lunatics out of our government! Run for your local offices. Get these lying turkeys OUT!

    H SH S11 dögum síðan
    • H S: The DNC denied the Congressional review audit, you are only 'guessing'. Widen your view, Hawley and Cruz followed proper protocol. What mattered was the integrity of the citizens voting system.

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  • Is Joe Manchin, like Dummy Trump, also a Putin asset?

    Johnson HungloJohnson Hunglo12 dögum síðan
    • Johnson Hunglo: Widen you view, The US was energy independent under the Trump administration. Biden closed down American production areas of gas/oil, haven't you noticed gas prices going up, Biden's deal is with foreign oil, supposedly some from Russia. Trump wasn't a Putin asset, here's an interview with Putin discussing oil/gas and POTUS Trump ispast.info/losk/v-deo/epOPYIzU35_Xq4I.html

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  • I don't blame or fault her or any Democratic politician for her opinions. Literally had people with Confederate flags smearing their feces and urine on the US Capitol walls... and they maniacally believe themselves to be patriots.... it's insanity... how do you trust anyone who enabled and failed to condone this? None of them will condemn The Big Lie............ party of Trump is in a bad, bad way.

    Matt BradaMatt Brada12 dögum síðan
    • Matt Brada: Regardless if you dislike Trump, there were other factions at the Capitol, nobody interviewed the feces person, dems have people like that, too eg. some Antifa. And unfortunately, since the DNC denied participating in the Congressional review audit of the election areas witnessed to possible mismanagement, we don't know if it was The Big Lie, you are only guessing. Unless you're a globalist, you should start learning about the next Dem agenda leading to WTO+UN2030 one country one vote. Widen your view, protect the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights.

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  • All those Minnesotans should be angry at their police too.

    Keith BrownKeith Brown12 dögum síðan
  • 🧡

    Pam RPam R12 dögum síðan
  • No joke I thought that was Steven's wife in the thumbnail. They look so similar

    Yautja PrimeYautja Prime12 dögum síðan
  • Amy needs to find a personality

    joseph pricejoseph price12 dögum síðan
  • "insurrection, insurrection, insurrection" keep swallowing what the MSM feeds you. more accurate would be 300 goobers enter restricted area.

    Larry TLarry T12 dögum síðan
    • Look up the term and stfu

      I Don’t Get Notified About Replies So Don’t BotherI Don’t Get Notified About Replies So Don’t Bother11 dögum síðan
  • What happened at the Pentagon? I'll tell you what happened: Lt. Gen. Charles Flynn. Who should have been stripped of his rank and thrown in military prison.

    Kleiner TeufelKleiner Teufel12 dögum síðan
  • Monopoly is the worst board game ever

    Corbain DallasCorbain Dallas12 dögum síðan
  • if she became president and the radical right movement came to an end, i'd try to leave Germany and move to Cali, (i like Miami as well, but i guess it's asking for too much if that places could become sane as well).

    Der ThiloDer Thilo12 dögum síðan
    • Gute Idee

      I Don’t Get Notified About Replies So Don’t BotherI Don’t Get Notified About Replies So Don’t Bother11 dögum síðan
  • Amy, Amy, Amy!

    AbsentWithoutLeavingAbsentWithoutLeaving13 dögum síðan
  • Yeah.... the "insurrection" where virtually every person charged has been charged with trespassing (but NOT insurrection)... Where the only homicide recorded was a policeman shooting an unarmed woman and where the media LIED for MONTHS about some lame story that an officer was beaten with a fire extinguisher (turns out he died a couple of days later from natural causes and was NEVER hit by anything.) How long should we as a country let our government and their dogs at the media lie to us?

    Just linaJust lina13 dögum síðan
    • @AbsentWithoutLeaving: Do some research, lina isn't rewriting. Try to find and watch some of the original tapes with original audio (couldn't find anymore otherwise would link you). Regarding vet being shot, BLM person was standing at the window close to her, strange setup there were plainclothes security on the stairway behind her and a big mouth male yelling with others egging her on, she felt safe for some unknown reason. Sad situation. The mainstream media are partnered at the corporate level with the CCP, Biden is a globalist, widen your view, the next phase is WTO+UN2030 "one country one vote", wise up. Protect the U.S. Constitution, Bill of Rights. NO on HR1, Federalizing the citizenry election will eliminate the individual sovereign citizen's ability to give voice to power through individual vote. If you are unfamiliar with the global agenda, here is a link to a Congressional hearing of a global capitalist warning Congress about it (if you chose to watch, it may seem dated, it was only 25 years ago, it's their discussion that matters). Later Clinton signed the bad WTO agreement that lead to our fracture in society today, supported by Biden, Pelosi, Schumer, Kerry among the dem/gops. ispast.info/losk/v-deo/jZ-CY2uW33axd3E.html

      appleblossomxoappleblossomxoDegi Síðan síðan
    • @AbsentWithoutLeaving and how am I rewriting history? If you can't refute my comments with facts then all you're doing is spouting false narrative. Because what I wrote IS factual.

      Just linaJust lina12 dögum síðan
    • Except rewriting history to suit YOUR agenda isn't cool, lina. Not at all.

      AbsentWithoutLeavingAbsentWithoutLeaving13 dögum síðan
  • Let's do more. Jesus this was an insurrection.

    Jason FladagerJason Fladager13 dögum síðan
  • Does she still support what she said in “Kill Chain” ? If she stood her ground and pushed the same type of investigation she said she wanted at that time then there wouldn’t have been a January 6th. Riots are the language of the unheard right?? This is all so phoney, it’s gross.

    Ali ThomasAli Thomas13 dögum síðan
  • Just absolutely the worst human being ever. An absolutely corrupt liar. The phony-ness is palpable.

    stephen privestephen prive13 dögum síðan
    • Fox News much?

      I Don’t Get Notified About Replies So Don’t BotherI Don’t Get Notified About Replies So Don’t Bother11 dögum síðan
  • I heard she was a bad boss. I don't like that, but I dislike even more the people she is fighting and I think she is a good fighter.

    I. PastorI. Pastor13 dögum síðan
    • I guess it's hard for some people to work for someone who expects them to do their jobs. And for them to think about things instead of 'feel like' about things.

      AbsentWithoutLeavingAbsentWithoutLeaving13 dögum síðan
  • Amy you rock

    Dave HempfieldsDave Hempfields13 dögum síðan
  • So she is learning her info from John Oliver? Do they know anything?

    Felicia GardnerFelicia Gardner13 dögum síðan
  • Had the pleasure of hearing Sen. Klobuchar speak at a Democrats Abroad Town Hall the other night. Totally worth staying up for!

    CMV AltCMV Alt13 dögum síðan
  • Okay, stupid question: what episode of John Oliver is she referring to? I wanna watch it XD

    Jessi WernerJessi Werner13 dögum síðan
    • Google it! You'll find it.

      AbsentWithoutLeavingAbsentWithoutLeaving13 dögum síðan
  • The Jan 6 protest is now nothing more then political theater. People arrested and grand standed only to later be released when these liberals get bored.

    Dean WilliamDean William13 dögum síðan
  • Here is why you hate your pillow: Bespectacled gingers dropping scary bowling ball right where your head should be.

    Robert DuBardRobert DuBard13 dögum síðan
  • What! Rob Portman doing something good?!?

    Peaceful AmericanPeaceful American13 dögum síðan
  • ......and I'm a Scarborough boy..... (Please pass this on to Lorne)

    Glen ConleyGlen Conley13 dögum síðan
  • What a fabulous woman - you’re very lucky to have her- from UK

    diane grahamdiane graham13 dögum síðan
    • Sadly, she wasn't 'news-worthy' or controversial enough to get the nomination in the era of 'reality TV' politics. Nothing attention-getting about someone who can negotiate, and smooth over conflict. Basically, she's boring to a populace and media who want conflict and division.

      AbsentWithoutLeavingAbsentWithoutLeaving13 dögum síðan
  • Hey Steven (that's right, "Steven" I don't use "ph's because that would be gay) I'm looking at transitioning from Rock "n" Roll musician to comedy writer....( I get it.... equally gay, [not that there's anything wrong with that]}. But I digress.... (or do I?) For the record, I'm a heterosexual (not that there's anything wrong with that.) Please don't judge me and give me a job. Rock "n" Roll pays shit!

    Glen ConleyGlen Conley13 dögum síðan
  • She was right across the table when the last president said "Take the guns, then go to court." That was the first time I read the name Amy Klobuchar. You remember that? When a Republican president literally told Senators to come for yer gunz? I guess not.

    PsiberzerkerPsiberzerker13 dögum síðan
    • I voted for her. In the primary. I really wanted her to win instead of Joe "The Lesser Evil" Biden. Big fan.

      PsiberzerkerPsiberzerker13 dögum síðan
  • Amy Klobuchar represented Derek Chauvin at one point in time. Nuff said. Stephen Colbert is friends with other criminals who.should be arrested, lol

    Rok FinRok Fin13 dögum síðan
    • @Rok Fin She left her office as County Attorney because she was sworn in as a US Senator. Her run for president wasn't until 2020. And she most certainly did NOT represent Derek Chauvin. Derek Chauvin's attorney would have represented Derek Chauvin.

      AbsentWithoutLeavingAbsentWithoutLeaving12 dögum síðan
    • @Rok Fin - So she didn't represent Derek Chauvin. And she didn't ignore multiple police misconducts. As County Attorney, her office took these types of cases to the grand jury as long established standard practice - something that was done in many if not most jurisdictions around the country at the time, and frequently still is. She wasn't ignoring police misconduct, it was being handled as per past practice. She never declined prosecution, and the case went to the grand jury after she took up her seat in the US Senate. People tried to dirty her up about it, but in no way did she 'represent' Chauvin. Do your research, don't just take what 'they' say as gospel.

      AbsentWithoutLeavingAbsentWithoutLeaving12 dögum síðan
    • @AbsentWithoutLeaving She doesn't care about her community. Also, the case is pretty murky. She also ignored multiple police misconducts in her career as a attorney

      Rok FinRok Fin12 dögum síðan
    • @AbsentWithoutLeaving Amy represented Chauvin at the 2006 Wayne Reyes Case and left the case to her replacement, to pursue her presidential goals

      Rok FinRok Fin12 dögum síðan
    • She represented Derek Chauvin? What are you talking about? When did she represent Derek Chauvin?

      AbsentWithoutLeavingAbsentWithoutLeaving13 dögum síðan
  • for the algorithm. Beautiful interview

    alumpyhorsealumpyhorse13 dögum síðan
  • "Still angry" implies there's supposed to be a point when you get over the fact that a colleague tried to overthrow the government and have you killed.

    Stonecat92Stonecat9213 dögum síðan
  • positively exhilarating to hear her say she was watching John Oliver. we’re so lucky to have him. and Stephen, Seth, Trevor, Sam B, - (please add to the list

    alumpyhorsealumpyhorse13 dögum síðan
    • when she said competitor it caught me off guard. Stephen and John have such a great friendship. As do so many in the comedy community.. Extremely cool. And Covid has brought them all closer, at least that’s what we see, because everyone stuck at home they get to talk to each other more = a plus for all involved especially for us. they’ve all made their shows work so well that I don’t want to go back to having an audience

      alumpyhorsealumpyhorse13 dögum síðan
  • She looks like she might've had a stroke? Hope she's ok

    Ai chan BainSidheAi chan BainSidhe14 dögum síðan
  • Holley, Cruz and others my be US Senators but they are also traitors to the United States and our democracy. How can they be considered anything else? At the very least they should be expelled from the Senate.

    James HarrisJames Harris14 dögum síðan
  • If that attack happened in 1821 instead of 2021, Cruz and Hawley and a third of the GOP would have been hung already.

    RealpeopleneverpostRealpeopleneverpost14 dögum síðan
  • You have my support! Where do I sign

    Gloria HGloria H14 dögum síðan
  • Trump Ted Hally must be put in the same cell to support each other

    fruitfruit14 dögum síðan
  • YOU CHEATED...

    RickRick14 dögum síðan
  • AND IN TERMS OF CARING FOR THE PEOPLE.

    Catherine RosengrenCatherine Rosengren14 dögum síðan
  • Trump's 1st impeachment had one GOP party member's vote for guilty. Trump's 2nd impeachment brought 5 guilty votes from GOP party members. At this rate, things aren't looking good for Trump's 3rd impeachment. Come on Democratic "we'll get 'em next time!" Party!

    Mr GreyMr Grey14 dögum síðan
  • Missourians are still embarrassed and disgusted by Hawley (and Cruz). Can't wait to vote that PoS out the next time he's up for reelection (he should be expelled if you ask me and many others), and hopefully we'll get a Democrat to replace that GOP dinosaur Blunt next year. #notMYSenator #expelHawley #Hawleydoesntevenlivehere #turnMissouriBlue

    Jennifer HilliardJennifer Hilliard14 dögum síðan
  • I call BS on Klobuchar. If she were really mad about it, she would have been trying since Jan 7th to get them removed and arrested. "She ain't no hero."

    Jeremiah BachmannJeremiah Bachmann14 dögum síðan
  • Man, with her quick and always-on wit, her intense focus on getting sh!t done right now but doing it thoroughly, and her fantastic sense of fashion (nothing quite like someone who knows what they look awesome in and rocks it, especially when it's bright colors they're sporting), and her sincerity for those she represents/desire to actually improve their lives, not just her wealth like the McConmen and their hump-a-tee dRumphties, I confess: I kind of have a galcrush on her that isn't unlike the one for Madam BOPOTUS [boss of the POTUS :P] Obama and occasionally Elizabeth Warren though she's not quite in the league of these younger two. AOC's super cute, too, but in a pixie with major attitude and superhero in training way, commanding the room sprinkling her 'you should be ashamed' dust all over the room when hypocrites steadily sh!t out of the wrong end which is basically every time they hit an audible decibel level when exhaling.

    El BeeEl Bee14 dögum síðan
  • Where can we buy her book

    PATTY PERRYPATTY PERRY14 dögum síðan
  • I just want to say thank you to Amy Klobuchar.. I really wish we had more women and men like her in congress

    PATTY PERRYPATTY PERRY14 dögum síðan
    • Senator Amy Klobuchar - Happy Mother's Day especially for all your courage; carrying the mahogony boxes of our ballots on Jan. 6, 2021 and SAVING THEM from those treasonous clowns led by Agolf Twittler and his Orange minion insurrectionists on out Capitol.

      Di42Di4211 dögum síðan
  • I really love her hopeful spirit :)

    Klara SternKlara Stern14 dögum síðan
  • Amy Klobuchar is one of the greatest reasons we have Derek chavan, like Stephen a complete piece of fecal matter!

    Green New TurdGreen New Turd14 dögum síðan
  • Four years ago, the Trumpster-divers told the rest of us, "You lost! Get over it." How about following your own advice, assholes?

    Dean F.Dean F.14 dögum síðan
  • I wouldn't call myself leader of the free world when nuking people is my exit strategy!!

    ErF RooTErF RooT14 dögum síðan
  • I’ll admit I didn’t like klobuchar during the race but she has been fantastic for this administration. I didn’t realize how great she really is.

    Sean PennSean Penn14 dögum síðan
  • #SenatorKlobuchar is legit! #Power2ThePeople ... Don't believe me? Watch and tell me your thoughts. ✊🏽

    Adam MundokAdam Mundok14 dögum síðan
  • I stay off Facebook.

    Thats not funnyThats not funny14 dögum síðan
  • I'll check out the book when I see it at an affordable price.

    Thats not funnyThats not funny14 dögum síðan
  • She's awesome! She's coming for your job though Mr Colbert ;)

    EuroCyclingTrips - CMI Pro CyclingEuroCyclingTrips - CMI Pro Cycling14 dögum síðan
  • If she felt so inspired after beiing escorted and hidden by armed men and then the "enemy" just got bored and left, imagine how men felt after fighting close combat wars. And I mean face to face wars not the modern sissy way with drones and a billion airstrikes, the kind of war Americans always lose.

    aalkounis Gaalkounis G14 dögum síðan
  • Go Amy! Thank you!

    misujerrmisujerr14 dögum síðan
  • being introduced to the mind of Amy klobuchar was the best part of 2020 for me.. I didn't quite understand during the election but the more I get to know her the more I get it... I hope she sticks around

    Boo RadleyBoo Radley14 dögum síðan
  • Applause, Applause. Applause.

    mytexas daysmytexas days14 dögum síðan
  • Typical spineless corporate democrat. 😴

    Daisy ADaisy A14 dögum síðan
  • When will any politician stand up and say, yes it was D J Trump and his gang that we are going after and hold them accountable. Being a nice good guy is not required. Nail the republicans for all their bullshit, The court cases, stealing an election. The GOP just will not work or support any Democratic policies!!

    Alec Y Not.Alec Y Not.14 dögum síðan
  • I totally disagree with the “Google Search Monopoly” argument since alternatives exists and anyone can just easily switch to Bing or others if they want to, at no cost. I have used Bing before but stick to Google now. I believe that 90+% of people do use Google because they prefer it, for making a better service. I do not think Trust-busting makes sense on this case. However, increased and refined regulations (say to better protect privacy) does make sense. In Google’s case I think a breakup is rather unfair to Google and would be equally unfair and frustrating to consumers. Facebook’s case however is more complex since they bought WhatsApp and Instagram as to literally eat up their competition.

    Chris SatorChris Sator14 dögum síðan
  • I stand behind her disavowing Cruz and Hawley. YET, she is a serious corporate bought politician herself. She needs to be held up to scrutiny just like they are!

    sirtyler79sirtyler7914 dögum síðan
  • Klobuchar was visibly exhausted that night. She keeps it classy, though.

    Lolo WilderLolo Wilder14 dögum síðan
  • I loved how she quoted John Oliver to explain something to Stephen

    Wiki JiménezWiki Jiménez14 dögum síðan
  • One of the reasons we have such powerful monopolies in America is because Reagan decided to stop enforcing the Sherman Antitrust Act after which began an orgy of mergers, acquisitions and hostile takeovers in the corporate world. Just one more example of the damage Reagan inflicted on America.

    Ekkie101Ekkie10114 dögum síðan
  • amy you are terrific. never quit!

    melody marksmelody marks14 dögum síðan
  • Amy for president in 2024!

    Laurie H SherrodLaurie H Sherrod14 dögum síðan
  • Amy's so smart and full of fun. Great gal! Smart gal! So hard working!

    C. H.C. H.14 dögum síðan
  • The board game Monopoly ought to be banned.it encourages kids to become self-serving and greedy.

    Michele KettMichele Kett14 dögum síðan
  • Amy is a Trustbuster, committed to preserving our American ideals.

    Leslie WalkerLeslie Walker14 dögum síðan
  • while we’re on the topic of insurrections, I recall that democrats not only objected to the electoral certifications in 2016 - but spent the next several months rioting all over America and spreading conspiracies about Russia...all because “it was her turn” 😭 Jim McGovern (D-Mass.) objected to Alabama's votes. Jamie Raskin (D-Md.) objected to Florida's votes. Pramila Jayapal (D-Wash.) objected to Georgia's votes. Raul Grijalva (D-Ariz.) objected to North Carolina's votes. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-Texas) objected to the votes from North Carolina in addition to votes from South Carolina and Wisconsin. She also stood up and objected citing "massive voter suppression" after Mississippi's votes were announced. Barbara Lee (D-Calif.) brought up allegations of Russian interference in the election and malfunctioning voting machines when she objected following the announcement of Michigan's votes. Maxine Waters (D-Calif) rose and said, "I do not wish to debate. I wish to ask 'Is there one United States senator who will join me in this letter of objection?'" after the announcement of Wyoming's votes. Biden had the good sense to shut them up. Democrats supposed moral high-ground is made entirely of quicksand. Dems attack democracy every time they lose. See: Supreme Court packing!

    Pool HallPool Hall14 dögum síðan
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