Harry Reid says a question of ‘when’ the filibuster is gone

'With what the Republicans have done ... it's not a question anymore if the filibuster is going to be gone — it's when it's going to be gone,' fmr. Nevada Sen. Reid says. 'You cannot have a democracy where it takes 60 votes on everything.'

2/22/2020

'With what the Republicans have done ... it's not a question anymore if the filibuster is going to be gone — it's when it's going to be gone,' fmr. Nevada Sen. Reid says. 'You cannot have a democracy where it takes 60 votes on everything.'

Former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid joined Hardball to talk about the current 2020 field. On passing legislation in Congress like Medicare-For-All, Reid says it’s can’t pass. He also says, 'With what the Republicans have done ... It's not a question any more if the filibuster will be gone, it's a question of when.'

02:20 Share this - copied Former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid joined Hardball to talk about the current 2020 field. On passing legislation in Congress like Medicare-For-All, Reid says it’s can’t pass. He also says, "With what the Republicans have done ... It's not a question any more if the filibuster will be gone, it's a question of when." Feb. 22, 2020 Read more: MSNBC

And this from the former master of the filibuster! Butt-hurt lefty says what? You cannot have democracy when it takes one vote to block everything. I’m old enough to remember, Harry.... This guy looks like a melting ice cream sculpture of KOJAC Telly Selvalas with AIDS and a pair of stupid clear glasses The fill a buster, a moment is at hand, giving the authorithy not understanding what could happen is a question to those who are living and to those who have passed. Was this the right decision for this nation?

That's some bad hat, harry. Well... he changed the rules, so... Wow he hasn’t aged well Nope, you can’t have mob rule, Harry.

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