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MSNBC host Chris Hayes tarred the GOP as a threat to the American republic itself in a hostile monologue against Republicans Thursday night.
“The Republican Party as a whole, as an institution in American political life, is a continuing threat to the republic, even if some of its members did the right thing when called to against great odds and great pressure,” Hayes claimed on the June 22 broadcast.
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He praised some Republicans who affirmed the results of the 2020 presidential election: “…a few people, more than a handful, a few people faced with the great moral test, who acted with integrity, and ultimately, that’s what saved or democracy.”
Hayes blasted several Republicans who have spoken out against Trump, yet say they will vote for him again, including Arizona House Speaker Rusty Bowers, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and former AG William Barr.
“The distance between the genuine individual integrity that Rusty Bowers showed and the nature of this broader force that no one, not even Donald Trump, really, truly controls. Because in the end, the whole is greater and worse than the sum of its parts. And the whole really is, right now, a mortal threat to our democracy,” Hayes claimed.
“The problem we face is the distance between genuine individual integrity—as shown by Rusty Bowers—and the nature of this broader force that no one, not even Donald Trump, controls. Because in the end, the whole is greater and worse than the sum of its parts,” says @chrislhayes. pic.twitter.com/RFVUIzpaGL
— All In with Chris Hayes (@allinwithchris) June 23, 2022
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