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WATCH: The years 2017 to 2020 proved to be a busy and tumultuous time for U.S. politics and the news media. As The Beat marks its 4th anniversary, @AriMelber thanks viewers and reflects on a few highlights, newsworthy moments and lighthearted outtakes. https://t.co/QvVRmOhYW0
Opinion | @emmaladyrose: To force female athletes to wear outfits they feel fundamentally limited by or uncomfortable in only serves to perpetuate ideas that they exist, first and foremost, to be consumed. The men can play. The women are putting on a show. https://t.co/FM6oygKHDp
The Biden admin. and experts are sounding the alarm about how media misinformation is contributing to the recent rise in cases of Covid-19. @AriMelber breaks down Fox News’ mixed messaging on the coronavirus and the cost of this kind of false rhetoric. https://t.co/BqvqhoivgH
"They're going to start closing things again all because these dopes wait until 7 months after the vaccine is rolled out to get religion and say, 'Hey it might be a good idea to take this,'" James Carville says on Republicans advocating for Covid vaccines. https://t.co/XqCtwgLIBn
Opinion | @SpeakPatrice: What should Black athletes do? I don’t know what the answer is, but I do know that real change requires deliberate organizing, individual concessions and discomfort, and unwavering solidarity among Black folks. - @MSNBCDaily https://t.co/bSp05jHq1v
"We have heard so many stories of people who are sick, in the hospital, and they're saying, 'I wish I had taken the vaccine. I had no idea it could get this bad.' How many more of those stories do we have to hear?" Valerie Jarrett says. https://t.co/HoX73l2jyi