Ep. 169: Pink Floyd Co-Founder Roger Waters & Rep. Rashida Tlaib -- Rumble 25 Million LIVE
Rumble with Michael Moore
On Monday, March 1st, the Rumble with Michael Moore podcast surpassed 25 million downloads. To celebrate, we recorded a special livestream episode of Rumble on YouTube with some of our favorite guests from the first 14 months which we will now share here in 4 parts. Up first: Roger Waters and Rep. Rashida Tlaib! In this episode, Michael kicks off the event with rock music legend and Pink Floyd co-founder and creative force, Roger Waters. He first joined Rumble in May of 2020, and it turned out to be one of our most powerful and thoughtful conversations. You can listen to it here: Episode 80: We Are Many And They Are Few (Featuring Roger Waters) https://rumble.media/episode/episode-80-we-are-many-and-they-are-few-featuring-roger-waters/ Next, Michael was joined by Detroit Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib, who took some time in between House votes to discuss the proposed minimum wage increase, immigration reform and Palestine. She also got a chance to meet Roger Waters for the first time. You can listen to her previous appearance on Rumble here: Episode 82: Liberate Michigan…From Trump (Featuring Rep. Rashida Tlaib) https://rumble.media/episode/episode-82-liberate-michigan-from-trump-featuring-rep-rashida-tlaib/ Over the course of the next few days, we will publish all the conversations from our livestream episode, including with Jeff Daniels, Daniel Ellsberg, Anand Giridharadas, Katie Halper, Briahna Joy Gray and Sam Riddle. If you want to watch the full four-hour + broadcast, subscribe (for free) and watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/vmvLtXtu7tA The movie Michael that mentioned you should watch is "MLK/FBI": https://www.mlkfbi.com/ Special Offer for Rumble Listeners: Get 3 extra months of Express VPN for free. Visit ExpressVPN.com/rumble --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rumble-with-michael-moore/message
Did Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) shed crocodile tears a month after January 6th unrest?
Representative Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) broke down in tears on the floor of the U.S. House recounting her fear and apprehension following the unrest of January 6th on Capitol Hill. The thing is, she was safely home in Michigan at the time and not even in Washington D.C. But that didn't stop her from putting her emotions on full display, for full political effect.
Insurrection, Impeachment, & Inauguration with Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib
Ahead of the Presidential Inauguration, hosts, Donna Givens Davidson and Orlando Bailey sit down with U.S. Representative Rashida Tlaib who represents Michigan's 13th Congressional District. The Congresswoman discusses the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol on January 6th, safety in D.C., and housing stability in Detroit.
November 20, 2020: Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib on the future of the Democratic Party, religion in U.S. politics, and author Yaa Gyasi on the power of faith
Our Body Politic
Congresswoman Tlaib talks about The Squad’s role and how grassroots activism is shaping the future of the Democratic Party. Infectious disease expert Dr. Celine Gounder, a member of the Biden Covid-19 task force, offers insights into two promising vaccines. Scholar Robert P. Jones discusses the intersection of religion and politics, and bestselling author Yaa Gyasi tells us about her new book, her Ghanaian roots, and removing the stigma around mental health.Episode 9 Rundown2:42 Representative Rashida Tlaib on how she continues to fight for her constituents despite working in a polarized Congress. 4:28 Representative Tlaib reminisces on her upbringing in Detroit and how her community was so accustomed to inequality, they didn’t realize they had the short end of the stick. 9:12 When talking about The Squad, Representative Tlaib says it’s all about the grassroots support, and how that supports the progressive policies she champions.13:14 Dr. Celine Gounder dives into the goals of President-Elect Joe Biden’s Covid Task Force. 15:05 Dr. Gounder breaks down the challenges that low-income and rural communities will have distributing a Covid vaccine.21:12 Learn about how experts like Dr. Anthony Fauci envisions the rollout of the vaccine in our weekly Covid update.22:28 Lonnae O’Neal of ESPN’s “The Undefeated” investigates the intersection of race, sports and health in America.25:00 The distrust of the medical system among the Black community dates back decades, O’Neal explains.27:03 Errin Haines of The 19th shares her take on current events as a political contributor for Our Body Politic.27:53 Haines says the division between those who trust and those who don’t trust election results speaks to a wider disenfranchisement of Black and brown voters.30:29 The Biden-Harris administration has a plan to put people in historically underrepresented communities into his cabinet, Haines explains, but where are the Black women?32:23 Robert P. Jones, CEO and founder of The Public Religion Research Institute, gives listeners some insight on the influence of religion on how people vote.37:17 Jones breaks down the cultural divide we are seeing in the country, “It really comes down to this big question of who is America, who gets to be an American, what does an American look like?”41:45 Yaa Gyasi talks about writing, her Ghanaian roots, and finding her identity in America.46:20 Growing up, Gyasi recalls her parents finding community in the church and explores the topic of finding community in her book.
02. power through community ft. rep. rashida tlaib
ANTIDOTE by Amani
Amani and Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib check in about the state of progressive values in the 2020 elections. The first Muslim congresswoman pushes back on the idea of “falling in line” and offers building community as our only option. We've partnered with Lyft to get people to the polls no matter who or what you vote for. Use code "2020VOTE" on Election Day and see lyft.com/vote for more info.
Coronavirus has disproportionally hurt poor and black Americans, in addition to the elderly. Michigan's 13th congressional district is the 3rd poorest in America and is 60 percent African-American. For decades, it was represented by the legendary congressman John Conyers Jr. and now, it is represented by first-term congresswoman Rashida Tlaib. She joins Michael to discuss how she is helping her constituents cope with Covid-19, racial and environmental injustice, what makes Detroit so special and defeating Donald Trump in November. Follow Rashida on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/RashidaTlaib --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rumble-with-michael-moore/message
Episode 802 | Iowa Caucus Day | Rashida Tlaib is a Badass | Biden v Trump | Amy Klobuchar's Baggage
The Benjamin Dixon Show
I know you want the full 58-minute, ad-free experience! Go to www.Patreon.com/TheBPDShow to get access to our Ad-Free Bonus Show!--Ad-Free Bonus Show! (AFB)--Episode 802 |Today is the big day -- the "first in the nation" Iowa Caucuses. The way this works, Bernie could win the first round -- but if caucus participants whose candidates don't break the 15% threshold decide to caucus with someone else in the SECOND round, it's possible that Biden can win the state delegates. Let's discuss.--Rashida Tlaib is a badass -- point blank period. She booed Hillary Clinton over the weekend, and despite all the cries about "civility," Tlaib had every reason to boo Clinton. Here's why.--Listen to this compilation of Biden in debates versus Trump in his debates. It's shaping up to be a political blood bath. --Amy Klobuchar has serious baggage with this case of a wrongfully convicted Black man. Her interview with Chris Wallace of Fox News should end her career.