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    In a sign of how far the New York governor’s reputation has fallen from 2020, MSNBC host Chris Hayes analogized Andrew Cuomo’s data manipulation about the impact of Covid to that of former President Donald Trump. During the Friday edition of All In, Hayes pointed to a bombshell report from Thursday. Per the New York Times, Cuomo aides intervened and made changes to a New York state health report on the Covid pandemic last summer, excising the conclusion that the state had suffered 9,000 nursing home deaths, a figure that reportedly “alarmed” the governor’s team. That comes just weeks after a Cuomo aide sent shockwaves through the state by privately admitting to New York Democratic legislators that the administration withheld data from federal government for fear the Trump White House would use it as a political cudgel. “Not only that, it happened as the governor was starting to write a book on his pandemic achievements,” Hayes pointed out about...
    Brittney Hayes, pictured, was told by Biden that she 'looks like a freshman' President Joe Biden has been called 'creepy' after he was seen telling a nurse running a vaccine site that she 'looks like a freshman.' The president has been accused of attempting to flirt with the young nurse during a public video conference call with health care workers in Glendale, Arizona. During the video conference, health care workers provided Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris with a virtual tour of the State Farm Stadium vaccination site. Nurse Brittney Hayes had just finished describing the process for residents to get the Pfizer vaccine and how it is being called a 'dose of hope' when the president made his comments. 'Are you a freshman at the university?' Biden asked, possibly referring to the nearby Arizona State University in Tempe. Hayes, whose face was obscured by a mask, laughs as she...
    On Saturday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Cross Connection,” Rep. Jahana Hayes (D-CT) stated that “there are lots of things that need to happen before schools open and I would be comfortable with it.” And it will cost around $250 billion for schools to be safely reopened. Hayes said, “I am very encouraged that the Biden administration has made reopening schools a top priority. However, I would like to see, first of all, educators assigned as essential workers and have access to the vaccine. I want to make sure that there is money for state and local governments to provide personal protective equipment, which teachers generally are buying out of their own pockets. I want to make sure that they have access to testing, and there’s a contingency plan for when there’s an outbreak. And equally as important, teachers need to have professional development for virtual learning and kids have to have a...
    A Long Island man has been sentenced to five to 12 years in prison for a high-speed chase and ramming that ended in a fatal crash. Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas said that Dana King, Jr., age 24, of Valley Stream, was sentenced on Wednesday, Jan. 27, to prison time and three years of post-release supervision. The incident took place on Tuesday, March 18, 2019, at 11:30 p.m., the victim, 22-year-old Jim Hayes, Jr., picked up Isabel Rodriguez from her Valley Stream home in a lime green 2007 BMW, the DA's Office said. About a block from the house, the woman noticed her ex-boyfriend, King, driving a black 2009 Audi behind them. King then began to chase their vehicle at a high rate of speed from Valley Stream to Hempstead, at times making contact with the BMW, police said. While on Baldwin Avenue in Hempstead, King's vehicle struck the Audi,...
    MSNBC’s Chris Hayes condemned the Trump administration’s deadly negligence over Covid-19 and called it out for exacerbating the pandemic, pointing to explosive, newly-released White House memos that openly encouraged a do-nothing, “herd immunity” approach. On Wednesday, Politico obtained email records from a top HHS official, Paul Alexander, that repeatedly pressed for a “herd immunity” strategy that would encourage the spread of the coronavirus, urging as a policy perspective that “we want them infected.” “It’s a strategy we have seen unfold before our eyes. We’ve talked about it here on the show,” Hayes said t the outset of his show. “It’s been apparent to all of us reporting on this and watching. We now have the smoking gun evidence, e-mails obtained by Politico, in which the very people at the center of this say what exactly they were doing. That they wanted people to get the virus.” Pointing out the ongoing death toll under...
    CDC: Over 80 cases traced to Sturgis in Minn. Trump’s last-ditch efforts to overturn results fail to make dent in Biden victory Watch: Illinois punter with the clumsiest fake punt that actually worked Illinois punter Blake Hayes seemed to be indecisive multiple times against Nebraska on Saturday. © Provided by Touchdown Wire He was going punt, then he was going to fake it, then he was going to punt, then he was going to try and turn fourth-and-8 into a first down, then he wasn’t … then …. you get the idea. If Nebraska isn’t having a tough enough season, wait until the players and coaching staff have to watch this staggering fake punt in the third quarter while down 18 to the Illini. Blake Hayes (@HayesBla1) had so much field ahead of him on this fake punt that it looked like he was about to reconsider. [email protected]
    MSNBC's Chris Hayes appeared exasperated at why House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) was stalling on a deal on coronavirus relief. Hayes made the comments in a question to Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) on his show Tuesday. "The president is all over the place, and doesn't have the attention span to concentrate on this for more than five minutes," said Hayes. "[Senate Majority Leader] Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.)'s caucus hates the idea of passing a big rescue bill, and the House wants one, but the thing I can't quite understand is that it seemed like there was a tentative deal at say $1.8 trillion between the White House and [Treasury Secretary Steve] Mnuchin and the speaker," Hayes continued. "And the speaker was on CNN today saying no, that's not good enough, and that strikes a lot of people as a...
    MSNBC’s Chris Hayes said Friday the continued White House obfuscation over President Donald Trump’s recent coronavirus tests would lead one conclude he didn’t test negative before his first big debate. He reviewed the continuing coronavirus pandemic and the crisis at the White House over dozens of people around the president who have tested positive. Regarding the White House’s refusal to give a straight answer on when the president last tested negative, Hayes said, “They’ve been doing this for a week now and the only reasonable conclusion is that the president did not actually test negative before he got in a room with former vice president Joe Biden, a man of 77 years, for last week’s debate. That despite a negative test being one of the conditions for participating in that debate.” “In other words it appears we dodged an enormous bullet of having two candidates over 70 with the...
    MSNBC’s Chris Hayes tore into President Donald Trump Wednesday evening for the president’s comments dismissing coronavirus deaths in the “blue states,” and for his dismissal of CDC Director Robert Redfield‘s Senate testimony concerning the timeline for a vaccine and urging Americans to continue to wear face masks. The All In With Chris Hayes host played a video clip from Redfield’s comments to the Senate Appropriations Committee, showing Redfield calling face masks “the most important, powerful public health tool we have.” “I will continue to appeal for all Americans, all individuals in our country, to embrace these face coverings,” said Redfield, adding that a vaccine would most likely not be widely available until mid- to late-2021 and would not have a 100 percent efficacy. Hayes remarked that Redfield looked like he was “fighting himself there telling the truth,” knowing “it’ll not be popular with his boss” — and predictably Trump contradicted Redfield a few...
    MSNBC’s Chris Hayes analogized President Donald Trump’s ongoing apathy and misinformation in the face of the surging coronavirus pandemic to feckless pacifism in the battle against fascism during World War II before concluding that the president is now “objectively pro-virus” because of his actions and rhetoric. During his Tuesday evening show, Hayes began by explaining the origin of a famous line by George Orwell, written in the autumn of 1942, that “Pacifism is objectively pro-fascist.” In other words, to do nothing in the face of certain evil or death is to effectively endorse it. The president, Hayes argued, is engaging in exactly that kind of negligent betrayal of the country. “That line has been cited and repurposed throughout the years, often misconstrued and often misused and abused,” Hayes noted. “But right now it seems fitting. The battle against the virus is not a choice. We cannot opt out of it....
    By Michael Berens and John Shiffman MONTGOMERY, Alabama (Reuters) - Judge Les Hayes once sentenced a single mother to 496 days behind bars for failing to pay traffic tickets. The sentence was so stiff it exceeded the jail time Alabama allows for negligent homicide. Marquita Johnson, who was locked up in April 2012, says the impact of her time in jail endures today. Johnson’s three children were cast into foster care while she was incarcerated. One daughter was molested, state records show. Another was physically abused. “Judge Hayes took away my life and didn’t care how my children suffered,” said Johnson, now 36. “My girls will never be the same.” Fellow inmates found her sentence hard to believe. “They had a nickname for me: The Woman with All the Days,” Johnson said. “That’s what they called me: The Woman with All the Days. There were people who had committed real...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Victor Hayes stood up in the makeshift courtroom at Sacramento State Monday as prosecutors detailed the 1977 East Area Rapist attack on him and his girlfriend at his home on La Rivera Drive.  Hayes has been outspoken in his belief that Joseph DeAngelo was on duty as an Auburn police officer when he attacked Hayes and his girlfriend. This day is not bringing closure for him.  During the hearing Monday, Hayes stood up to interrupt court proceedings and said he did not want to be named a John Doe in this case. The judge asked him to wait his turn to speak. READ: What Lies Ahead For Survivors After DeAngelo Pleaded Guilty, Admitted To Rapes Outside the courtroom, Hayes talked about his concerns that this plea deal is not getting to the root of DeAngelo’s crime spree. He asks, how this could go on for so long.  “The sad...
    On Friday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “All In,” host Chris Hayes said that it’s “an urgent matter of public health, of public safety, at this moment, for the president, Donald Trump, to resign.” Hayes began by saying, “This moment, we are in the midst of one of the worst governing failures in American history. When all is said and done, it may end up being the worst since the Civil War. There is no country on earth this far into this pandemic that has bungled it this badly. And we need leadership and a leader to get us out of this. But we do not have that leader, we have Donald Trump. And from the very first day, this has been a terrible presidency. From the first moment, the first speech, it has been terrible throughout.” He later added that President Trump “ignored warnings from his public health experts. That resulted...
    MSNBC host Chris Hayes said during a Friday night “All In With Chris Hayes” monologue that it is an “urgent matter of public health” that President Donald Trump resign from office. Calling the ongoing coronavirus response the “worst governing failures in American history,” Hayes insisted that no other country “has bungled it so badly.” “We need leadership and a leader to get us out of this,” Hayes said. “But we do not have that leader. We have Donald Trump.” WATCH: “But we have reached a new depth,” Hayes insisted after naming what he considered to be other Trump failures. “As coronavirus cases race back up, the president ignored warnings from his public health experts and that resulted in tens of thousands of preventable deaths. And we’re looking at tens of thousands more.” “Right now, we are seeing our chance as Americans to get back to some semblance of normalcy the way other countries have...
    “If there was a single place where you would think that the weird reality distortion field of Donald Trump would work, it would be at a rally with his hardest of hardcore supporters.” Chris Hayes opened his show Monday night talking about the surprise of President Trump’s Tulsa rally crowd not filling up the venue like everyone assumed. He reacted to the many Trump supporters who ended up not going by saying, “God bless the sensible decisions made by thousands of Donald Trump followers, who apparently said, ‘You know what? I’m gonna go ahead and take a rain check on this potential super-spreading event.'” Hayes continued: “This rally, that sea of empty blue seats, is a visual representation of the fact that the President of the United States cannot BS the coronavirus away. He can’t use his sales patter and his propaganda and his cutesy reputation or his Twitter...
    Tell-all books that offer a damning depiction of President Trump are often embraced by news networks, but MSNBC host Chris Hayes blasted former national security adviser John Bolton for the release of his new book, "The Room Where It Happened." Hayes began by arguing that the GOP is more the "party of John Bolton" than the "party of Donald Trump," noting that he served in the last two Republican administrations and claiming he's a "vicious bureaucratic infighter" who is "duplicitous," "untrustworthy," and "extremely militaristic." "He's a completely morally odious individual you wouldn't want in your organization or anywhere around you," Hayes told viewers before mentioning Bolton was behind the breaking up of the White House pandemic response unit and advocated for intervention in Iraq under President Bush. "John Bolton could spend the rest of his life like Lady MacBeth trying to wash the blood off his hands and it would be there still."...
    By Priya Anand and Sarah McBride | Bloomberg Will Hayes has grown accustomed to an awkward start to business meetings. On numerous occasions, venture capitalists would confuse Hayes, the head of software company Lucidworks Inc., with another man on his executive team. The investor would introduce himself, extend a handshake to the other guy and say, “Good to meet you, Will.” It’s strange because they don’t look alike. Also, Hayes is Black, and his deputy is White. This happened so many times, in dozens of meetings over many years, that Hayes and his longtime colleague, Keith Messick, say it’s no coincidence. Such unintentional instances of racism, they say, have become a routine—and insidious—part of doing business at a Black-led company in Silicon Valley. Protests over the death of George Floyd at the knee of a White police officer in Minneapolis are triggering a global conversation about race. Technology companies and...
    MSNBC host Chris Hayes had a chuckle at the expense of Biden campaign senior advisor Symone Sanders for attempting to dodge a question regarding Joe Biden's past support for the 1994 crime bill. Amid the ongoing debate over police reform following the death of George Floyd, critics of the presumptive Democratic nominee point to his signature legislation during his time as a senator that is widely pointed to as the reason for the high incarceration of black Americans. During an interview on Thursday evening, Hayes grilled Sanders about whether Biden has shifted away from his staunch support for the crime bill. MSNBC PRODUCER SLAMMED FOR TWEET TAKING TRUMP'S STANCE ON CHOKEHOLDS OUT OF CONTEXT "Joe Biden, of course, has unveiled a bunch of reform measures, some of them in line with the House Democratic package. Some people noted that Joe Biden is an interesting fit for this moment," Hayes said. "Joe Biden has a long...
    Jacori Hayes’ personal experiences with racism as a black man in America have not received headlines. One encounter with police in Chicago overshadowed a pizza dinner with friends as he had to prove he wasn’t someone police were allegedly pursuing. Hayes has taken precautions to avoid other incidents. While casually perusing items in a store, he has felt the need to buy a pack of gum so as not to give employees the impression he’s stealing. While on the street at night, he’s cognizant of the distance he keeps between other walkers. He leaves his hooded sweatshirt at home, so he doesn’t appear “menacing.” “There are so many micro ones that you shouldn’t really have to think about,” Hayes told the Pioneer Press this week. A new midfielder on Minnesota United, Hayes started journaling this year. It could be jotting down whatever happened that day or organizing...
    Curtis Hayes, a black 31-year-old man whose impassioned plea for peaceful protesting went viral this week, told CBSN on Monday that he wants his black and white peers to "find a better way" to combat racism and injustice. "I'm challenging everybody in my race to step up and find a better way, but I am also challenging the white counterparts, my white peers — this starts with you," Hayes told CBSN. "My people, black people, the black race, the minority, have been fighting for hundreds of years for equality," he said. "We have led the frontline, and we will continue to do so, but we need the white communities who know and feel that right now social injustice is happening. And we need them to step up with us and hold their white peers accountable." Protests Over Police Violence Activist calls on people to "find a better way" to protest...
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