December 9th, 2021 | 41 mins 58 secs
2020, 2024, affirmative action, arizona, bart gellman, biden, black people, bosnian war, civil war, constitution, democracy, democrats, electoral count act, great replacement theory, hispanics, insurrection, jan. 6, latinos, michigan, muslims, nyfd, pennsylvania, presidential election, serbia, slobodan milošević, state legislatures, supreme court, the atlantic, the bronx, trump supporters, tucker carlson, university of chicago, violence, voters, white people, white population, wisconsin
Trump's official power as president wasn't what got him so close to toppling the 2020 election. It was his ability to convince supporters that black is white, and up is down — and they're preparing for next time. The Atlantic's Bart Gellman joins Charlie Sykes on today's podcast.
March 10th, 2021 | 38 mins 1 sec
2020, coalitions, democrats, election, hispanics, republicans, suburban voters
On today’s Bulwark podcast, David Shor joins host Charlie Sykes to talk about the 2020 election and how our political coalitions have changed.