Supreme Court Shenanigans!

30 sep 2020
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David Rees:

  • Director's Commentary:

    CGP GreyCGP Grey6 dögum síðan
    • What's the difference

      • SEVEN• SEVEN20 klukkustundum síðan
    • hey Grey, video idea for you here: would it be possible for countries that don't hold any territory in Europe be able to join the EU?

      BoogerbuddyBoogerbuddy21 klukkustund síðan
    • Schananigains

      Bene‘s LifeBene‘s LifeDegi Síðan síðan
    • @altijdjouwnaantje I'm here to stay.

      Jean WoodsJean Woods2 dögum síðan
    • Can we get some sources and credentials

      jcroisdalejcroisdale3 dögum síðan
  • In 8625 comments this may have been mentioned: president pro tempore is traditionally the senior US Senator. It can go to any elected senator. Fun fact, the president pro tempore is third in line of succession to the office of President, and is currently Senator C. Glassley

    Agimaso SchandirAgimaso Schandir4 klukkustundum síðan
  • 2:38 Actually, the Senate votes either Aye or No. The house votes Yea or Nay

    Miles SanfordMiles Sanford4 klukkustundum síðan
  • You have 4.44m+ subs

    username_takenusername_taken5 klukkustundum síðan
  • I'm... I'm not even American why am I watching this

    niduoe streniduoe stre6 klukkustundum síðan
  • This guys voice is just perfect for story telling.

    Lucky BuilderLucky Builder6 klukkustundum síðan
  • US Government was designed so the 3 branches would check and balance themselves... But it was not intended for a 2 party system that doesn't care about the 3 branches.

    John PophamJohn Popham6 klukkustundum síðan
    • Oh so that's why nothing gets done...

      niduoe streniduoe stre6 klukkustundum síðan
  • I love that I can hear the smile in his voice.

    Tsuray AmaiTsuray Amai6 klukkustundum síðan
  • mcconnell was quite literally waiting for a president of a different color

    Ari ZansbergersteinAri Zansbergerstein6 klukkustundum síðan
  • 0:30 good god...look at those glasses. Where is this dude's nose?!?

    Will MunozWill Munoz7 klukkustundum síðan
  • Wait I just realized, if the recess appointee serves through the recess and the next senate session, could the president just recess appoint the same person again? Basically giving them a full time justice for at least the length of their term without senate approval

    Karl WittenburgKarl Wittenburg7 klukkustundum síðan
  • I really appreciate the partisan free nature of this video, especially given how contentious the current SCOTUS situation currently is.

    BeanieBeanie8 klukkustundum síðan
  • Verbose nerd alert: So there appears to be a small mistake in the video regarding the voting threshold for confirming Supreme Court nominees. Moreover, it’s been mentioned in the comments that the Democrats eliminates the filibuster on Supreme Court nominees, which is not true. What the Senate Democrats did was to amend Senate rules to eliminate the filibuster for most presidential appointees, including most judicial nominees-but NOT those to Supreme Court. Prior to that, the existence of the filibuster raised the de facto confirmation threshold to 60 votes (so 3/5ths, not 2/3rds, which is the part Grey got wrong), as 60’votes are needed to invoke cloture, i.e. end a filibuster. And that de facto 60-vote threshold had only been a thing since the 1960s or so. The Democrats made this rule change because Republicans filibustered a whole bunch of President Obama’s nominees to the federal judiciary, plus his nomination of Chuck Hagel to be defense secretary, his pick to head the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, etc. This was really unusual; for decades, the Senate had generally respected the right of Presidents to make appointments, and filibusters would happen here and there on specific nominees. They didn’t wholesale block everyone the way McConnell and the Republicans did. Here’s where the 2/3rds thing comes in: Normally a 2/3rds “supermajority” is needed to amend Senate rules, but the so-called “nuclear option” can be invoked to allow rule changes with just a simple majority. Slightly Biased Tl;dr: The Republicans kept being bastards because (presumably) Black president, so the Democrats tried to put a stop to it, and the Republicans retaliated by trying to set a world record for bastardly behavior. For about 40 years before all that drama, by tradition rather than rule, presidential appointees needed 60 votes-not 67-to be confirmed by the Senate.

    Senator TankerbellSenator Tankerbell8 klukkustundum síðan
  • I don’t understand how serving for life makes them above the influence of politics? If you have a bad judge that’s gonna be for an entire lifetime, and their rulings will have ramifications for years beyond that?

    Bry-GuyBry-Guy8 klukkustundum síðan
  • what was the boring part? the fact that it was the democrats that first used the "nuclear option" and set the precedent? but they didn't use it for a supreme court nomination!!!!! yeah, because a vacancy didn't pop up when they were in the position to use it. tell me they wouldn't have. tell me they won't use it for that purpose in the future. tell me they won't use bullshit rules to try to pack the court in the future. other than packing the court you know for a fact they will; and packing the court would set such an insane president they'd have to be nuts to do it, but you know there is a chance that they will do it any way. really happy to see that this video was non partisan. he's definitely smart enough to know when he would be hypocritical for leaning one way or the other. kudos.

    W. McMasterW. McMaster8 klukkustundum síðan
  • Sounds like the solution to congress is to get two of your guys in there opposed to the other, and ask for a roll call, and then get your two thirds vote where your two guys confirm your judge against the other and well guess the rest of you should have fucking showed up then, huh?

    William BarnesWilliam Barnes9 klukkustundum síðan
  • I'm still not sure I understand how it went from 2/3 to 1/2 of senators needing to approve of the nominee.

    Ironborn BTWIronborn BTW9 klukkustundum síðan
  • They really wrote all those rules assuming the president will do what’s best for the people

    HeavenlyMakeUpHeavenlyMakeUp9 klukkustundum síðan
    • HeavenlyMakeUp believe me when I say this every country’s founders tend to be pretty delusional and over optimistic about everything

      Shrey VaghelaShrey Vaghela4 klukkustundum síðan
  • I feel like court packing should have been a discussed shenanigan.

    UnashamedlyHentaiUnashamedlyHentai9 klukkustundum síðan
  • The founding fathers work day and night to create this country gave up time with there families and friends because they wanted this country to succeed But the senate's just allowed to jump ship whenever they want and somehow two people in the room counts as "in session" As the rest of the senate stays at there private mansions sipping champagne and living off tax payer money What a joke

    Michael CmarMichael Cmar10 klukkustundum síðan
  • Great video, didn't so much like the background music though

    Elliot CasselElliot Cassel11 klukkustundum síðan
  • Oh so that's why nothing gets done...

    Katie ArbuckleKatie Arbuckle11 klukkustundum síðan
  • Democrats continually threatening to pack the court is the worst shenanigan.

    T WestT West11 klukkustundum síðan
  • Aaaaaaand this is why I'm an independent. I really like how he's using universal examples without influence. Using current or past figures or events can really change how people thing but by leaving it out of videos like this. It's purely informational.

    Samantha LottSamantha Lott11 klukkustundum síðan
  • Really surprised you didn't mention court packing or rotating judges to different courts, which will probably happen

    WillWill11 klukkustundum síðan
  • The Judiciary Committee is only etiquette and ceremony, its not required its part of the pageant show.

    Chris BrodhagenChris Brodhagen12 klukkustundum síðan
  • WOW that's complicated!

    RSpudieDRSpudieD12 klukkustundum síðan
  • Out of curiosity: Why doesn’t a Senator from the opposing party ever show up to the pro forma session and ask for a quorum call? Seems like that would put an end to that particular shenanigan.

    Eddie MikusEddie Mikus12 klukkustundum síðan
  • for some reason i thought this was going to be more of the insane political stuff, but instead we got the cool politics where we learn =^)

    Kyster SweatsKyster Sweats14 klukkustundum síðan
  • Hey, what’s going on with brexit? 🇬🇧🔥🇪🇺 Please I need an explanation on what happened

    Martha The magical humanMartha The magical human14 klukkustundum síðan
    • Thank you bert, I loved the Brexit episode of Sesame Street

      Martha The magical humanMartha The magical human10 klukkustundum síðan
    • Bad things happened

      BertBert10 klukkustundum síðan
  • Why doesn't one senator from the opposing political party, show up and demand a roll call, thus forcing everyone back to Washington, or triggering a declared recess. If party A has the presidency and wants to nominate a recess appointment, then one of his guys shows up unexpectedly when three days have been taken, demand a roll call, revealing no quorum, therefore it's day 4 and so recess and bump your judge in?

    Michael jamesMichael james14 klukkustundum síðan
  • More political science/game theory like this, it's great.

    Tim PortantnoTim Portantno14 klukkustundum síðan
  • "When approval ratings couldn't be lower, yet re-relection rates couldn't be higher, you'll know you've succeeded" yikes Subscribe on my youtube channel 😪🔥🔥🔥🔥

    BetchBetch15 klukkustundum síðan
  • this video is really bad

    xACJkxACJk15 klukkustundum síðan
    • How?

      Josh MarksJosh Marks14 klukkustundum síðan
  • Can we just follow the damn rules and not go through all these loopholes. If the senators represent the people, then we should just go with the vote. Ridiculous children.

    Dre LouDre Lou15 klukkustundum síðan
  • They don't ADJUST the law.. They are supposed to interpret the law.. There is a difference..

    belly QBE6878belly QBE687815 klukkustundum síðan
  • politicians are just the worst... bitch they get paid by tax dollars to just take a forever vacation. jerks... is an understatement.

    Keb LeeKeb Lee15 klukkustundum síðan
  • love the supreme court content continued....would you be able to do a video on the effects of a packed court?

    Dapper FoxDapper Fox16 klukkustundum síðan
  • i now want to get elected to the senate just so i can show up to a pro forma session and ask for a roll call

    Mr. PickleMr. Pickle16 klukkustundum síðan
  • Started watching this with some trepidation, but it actually does a good job of explaining the current situation pretty well.

    D C ManuelD C Manuel17 klukkustundum síðan
  • so america is legally run by shenanigans i guess

    Entraya CrosshillEntraya Crosshill18 klukkustundum síðan
  • I enjoy how the court has to be like "Official Jargon" just to say "Good work everyone who may or may not be here, more time off for you and me!" The constitution should be updated to reflect the times. There were a lot of ironically shenanigans that went into making it to fit the times and ideas of the people who wrote it. Like how the electoral college works, or that fact that it isn't actually a democracy by design, because majority rule just doesn't actually work unless all of the populace is equally educated on all topics. They with out a doubt are not. I should not vote on how a plane is made if I don't at the bare minimum understand how aerodynamics work. But it's funny, because us American's complain about things not being democratic and then quote the constitution, not having actually read or understand what it's actually saying, nor the time period and technological advancement during that time it was written for. The constitution was not written for you, it was written for the people who made it and how they wanted the country to work.

    Vixx CelaceaVixx Celacea18 klukkustundum síðan
  • The real sovereign

    Chris MilesChris Miles19 klukkustundum síðan
  • This is all news to me. Just tells me I learned not much about the government and "lawyering" via the US BOE. A shenanigan to the People out of the shenanigans government playing on itself!

    C. Kainoa BugadoC. Kainoa Bugado19 klukkustundum síðan
  • One of my most disappointing moments in life was the realization that adults are actually just as juvenile as children, just more complicated about it.

    Jeffrey CrenshawJeffrey Crenshaw19 klukkustundum síðan
    • All the good shit we learn as kids goes out the window. Be kind to each other, share, communicate. It just goes bye bye. We teach people to say yes to pressure and authority and never teach them how to discuss or have a proper argument with out metaphorically throwing poo at the person/party we don't agree with. We're still apes because we refuse to acknowledge our shortcomings and learn to deal with them effectively. Any society/species/country that says it's at it's peak, the best or most evolved is one that's absolutely subject to Dunning-Krueger effect.

      Vixx CelaceaVixx Celacea17 klukkustundum síðan
  • People may complain about the constant bickering between the different branches of government, but that's the whole point. The founding fathers didn't want a system that flips every time a new president steps in with congressional support. They didn't want political parties either, but that's a separate issue. It's actually much more stable for the country as a whole for things to take longer to implement.

    JasonJason20 klukkustundum síðan
  • the senate should not exist

    Andrew VasquezAndrew Vasquez20 klukkustundum síðan
  • In the case of an unfavorable senate, taking 3-day break after 3-day break to stop the president from making a Recess Appointment: if the rule is that the senate pretends there are 51 senators as long as no one asks for a roll call, couldn't the president, if they had at least one senator on their side, have said senator attend the pro-forma session and ask for a roll call?

    Biel AndreuBiel Andreu20 klukkustundum síðan
  • Delaware!!!

    HearMeRoar231HearMeRoar23120 klukkustundum síðan
  • Jesus I though uk politics was confusing

    RagingToastNexTGenRagingToastNexTGen21 klukkustund síðan
  • what the fuck, how did USA hold up for so long?

    Tomáš KostrůnekTomáš Kostrůnek21 klukkustund síðan
  • Oh great, another psuedo-intellectual ISworldsr acting like they know jack shit about Constitutional law. He didn't even mention the reason WHY the Congress tried to impeach the judge. They tried to do it because they disliked the judge's rulings. It's not like it just failed, it was massively unpopular and incredibly problematic for the long-term health of the Court.

    AustinAustin21 klukkustund síðan
  • What if we just didn't

    Ackeejag lAckeejag l21 klukkustund síðan
  • this is for those people who don't know what they're mad about but need a cliffsnotes version cause the news told em they should be up-in arms. lol

    Lyrell McGeeLyrell McGee21 klukkustund síðan
  • I'm... I'm not even American why am I watching this

    Ask to seduce MissAsk to seduce Miss23 klukkustundum síðan
  • The original rules that these corrupt politicians adhere to, were written by men who loved their country and had a sense of honor and integrity. They couldn't have thought that 200 years later some corrupt so called politicians would read between every single line.

    S MHS MHDegi Síðan síðan
  • The issue is that people are not looking for the good of the nation, only what they want.

    TheDiamanTheDiamanDegi Síðan síðan
    • this is why I hate my government, come back in 5 years and lets see if it changed

      Ask to seduce MissAsk to seduce Miss23 klukkustundum síðan
  • Is this what we're seriously paying Congress for? WTF? If they're going to work only 1 day every 4 days for less than a minute and makeover 400 grand a year then we should demand that Congress get paid less.

    TTOTTTOTDegi Síðan síðan
  • *Legalize PRIVACY, FREEDOM, & LIBERTY!* *Gee Do You Think the People are PISSED OFF? I wonder WHY? Got Totalitarianism? Got a Police State?* *_The Gospel of Government!_** All Pesky Citizens will Shut Up, PAY, and OBEY! This is what your Government thinks of the US Citizens! We once suffered from Criminals committing crimes, now we suffer from Psychopath Control Freak Government Agents making Laws to Control every aspect of your life and Violating the Constitution!* *_I am Humbled and feel I must Kneel down and kiss the ring of the Ruling Masters that have brought forth such Greatness to the people…_** It is NOT Racism... it is **_Government Control-ism! Extortion-ism, Ruling Class-ism, Rule of Law-ism!_* *01. FREEDOM Act HR 6172 - Federal Initiative to Spy on Americans (FISA) Act, I get the chills wondering when my home will be invaded by government agents jacked up on steroids and power with a No-Knock Warrant, The Real Terrorist are all in the Federal, State, and Local Governments, Terrorist Win!* *02. The National ID - the Federal Government Buying the State Blood Suckers to screw the pesky citizens that have had enough freedom, The Terrorist WIN Again* *03. The TSA - Get a GROPE: Courtesy of Uncle Sam, the Airlines, and the Patriot Act; the Terrorist WIN Again* *04. The TAX Laws & IRS - Uncle Sammy picks the Winners and Losers; Government Agents pick sides and your pockets, Federal Tax should only be 2%.* *05. The FEDERAL RESERVE - Neither Federal or Reserve; a private banking cartel created to keep wealth in the hands of the wealthy; Fiat Currency creators and manipulators; Money is magically created to allow for the Endless Wars and to Buy off other Governments: **_This PONZI Scheme is shear GENIUS!_* *06. Civil Asset Forfeiture - Legalized Government Theft of Cash and Property with NO Conviction or Due Process; isn’t this just like Stealing/Looting? The Blue Gestapo Terrorist Win!* *07. Red Flag Laws - Legalized Government Theft of Property with NO Conviction or Due Process; Kiss your 2nd Amendment Goodbye!* *08. Contact Tracing - More Spying by our local ISP’s, Cell Phone Carriers, Big Tech, and “Big Brother” Government Agencies that are so Trustworthy, Never let a crisis go to waste!* *09. The Constitution & Rule of Law - Catch phrases by the Ruling Masters that mean “we the people” are about witness more BS from Government that strips “Rights” or Justifies their agenda; OMG… you never want to hear for your SAFETY, SECURITY, PROTECTION, or For the CHILDREN! The Government wants you to live by a "Rule of Law"! NO PRIVACY… NO FREEDOM... NO LIBERTY! Just their Rules!* *10. CONGRESS - The Exalted Ruling Masters working a “Part Time” Job making 175K plus perks and benefits and one-third of the Grand Three Ring Circus that brings JOY to the World… There Way or Else! Always Making Laws that gets more for them and NONE for you!* *11. Congress shall have term limits - 3 terms in the House and 1 term in the Senate; eliminate all of the "Benefits" (It is a Part Time Job).* *12. All Congressmen (State & Federal) shall provide their TAX returns every year on April 15 and shall be published on May 1! To include an itemized list of all current assets with values and all Income with dollar amount and source!* *13. Cops - Government ENFORCERS, Blue Gestapo, Domestic Terrorist that make you PAY and OBEY!, Always Frightened, Known to scream Stop Resisting before executing citizens, Licensed to Kill Pesky Citizens with Qualified Immunity! Supported by Police Unions, the Just-Us System, Crooked Prosecutors, Never ending Laws, and Government!* *14. Rights - You Have NONE, Just a few privileges until the Ruling Masters have determined you have had Enough Freedom, Citizens Shall be Controlled, Caged, or Exterminated! We will make a NEW Law... taking away more "Privileges"! Rights shall be Clearly defined as anything that is NOT Illegal shall be a Right!* *Who are the REAL CRIMINALS? What Constitution? What Bill of Rights? What a Great Country Founded by Geniuses, but Run by Idiots!* *Major General Smedley Butler USMC - "There are only two things we should fight for. One is the defense of our homes and the other is the Bill of Rights.”*

    Johnny SmithJohnny SmithDegi Síðan síðan
  • The senate is so undemocratic, that shit needs to be abolished

    Dive King FanDive King FanDegi Síðan síðan
  • People can pretend to love the supreme court as much as they like, but due to the nature of appointing them, they are not in the place to have such power. They can basically decide the outcome of a presidential election which then can influence the court itself with appointing new judges. Representatives should embody above average morals and common sense and currently I'm not sure they qualify for average.

    RedJohnRedJohnDegi Síðan síðan
  • PLEAAAAASSSSEEE do more lord of the rings or fantasy world videos, your politics videos are cool but they just make me sad about how dumb the world is. I want to be amazed at the depths of fantasy worlds again.

    dom leedadedom leedadeDegi Síðan síðan
  • So what about the filibuster? Shouldn't that get a bit of screentime here?

    MrTree421MrTree421Degi Síðan síðan
  • American politics 101. By CGP Gray.

    Wei Lin TanWei Lin TanDegi Síðan síðan
  • Murica took all Freedom and Liberty to royaly screw itself

    PhlosenPhlosenDegi Síðan síðan
  • wow what a cool democracy

    te8te8Degi Síðan síðan
  • What a convoluted system, open to cronyism and corruption. If a country the USA didn't like had such a system they would be pointing the finger and calling it a rogue state. Sounds like it needs overhauling....upending. Its not democracy....its a corrupt hierarchy (like most hierarchies are).

    Vince MoranVince MoranDegi Síðan síðan
  • Lol Are system is broken and are Elected officials are a bunch of children. So gross and creepy.

    Travis ShafferTravis ShafferDegi Síðan síðan
  • Americans system sounds kind of scuffed

    Mino PoppeMino PoppeDegi Síðan síðan
  • Isn't it spelled "role call" not "roll call?"

    Aiden LilleyAiden LilleyDegi Síðan síðan
  • the scene starting at 3:20 is too ridiculous for me oh my god.

    Peter WangPeter WangDegi Síðan síðan
  • this is why I hate my government, come back in 5 years and lets see if it changed

    Samuel FeldmanSamuel FeldmanDegi Síðan síðan
  • I love the smug faces in this one

    Connor JohnsonConnor JohnsonDegi Síðan síðan
  • If the senate is of a different party from the president and using pro-forma sessions to block appointments, can a senator from the president's party not attend to force a roll call or is that up to the presiding senator? Seems like the opposing senator could force a roll call... and then what would happen? Would the senators have to attend to keep up the charade?

    theuglykwantheuglykwanDegi Síðan síðan
  • TLDR: Politicians are useless

    Anthony PalumboAnthony PalumboDegi Síðan síðan
  • Thank you, Senator Harry Reid. You dun did the good Lawds work.

    Chidi AkaraChidi AkaraDegi Síðan síðan
  • If you're tired of being told how to live your life, of being robbed every time you make a dollar, of politicians that make children look reasonable and mature.. maybe you ought to do your research on the Libertarian party. Their candidate is on every state's ballot, and yet the news doesn't mention them. It's almost like the media on both sides has some vested interest in hiding them from you. :strokeschin: But seriously. Google it even for a few minutes. It's not perfect, but in general they may be able to weed out a lot of crap like this by getting rid of special interests. You've got too much government and their first priority is protecting their position, their agendas, and the people who funded their campaigns. You. Come. Last. So I recommend checking out Jo Jorgensen, who in online polls has more support than Biden a lot of the time. It will mean giving something up, because to get rid of politicians who thrive off control means taking away that control. That means YOU can't make everything you don't like illegal. If you can live with that, we can make it better. If you can't, by all means keep voting for your own oppression.

    hatchettwithatchettwitDegi Síðan síðan
  • american politics are so rooted in ancient principles, this is just designed to be abused.

    neothakaneothakaDegi Síðan síðan
  • The US is a shitshow...

    Alex McLeodAlex McLeodDegi Síðan síðan
  • Informative and politically neutral. Thanks for the video.

    The CommenterThe CommenterDegi Síðan síðan
  • so the US senate is full of women then? any excuse for more power for doing nothing with no responsibility. nothing new there.

    michel Guevaramichel GuevaraDegi Síðan síðan
  • If the three branches of federal government are constantly at war with one another, then the system is working properly. This is how you prevent tyranny: through constant infighting.

    Matthew WaltonMatthew WaltonDegi Síðan síðan
    • @Michael See It absolutely is.

      KingintheMountainKingintheMountain23 klukkustundum síðan
    • @KingintheMountain that's just not fucking true.

      Michael SeeMichael SeeDegi Síðan síðan
    • Migrant women are being sterilized in ICE concentration camps. What do you define as tyranny?

      KingintheMountainKingintheMountainDegi Síðan síðan
  • I would love more of these civics video lessons! I love them!

    Lampin LaurelsLampin LaurelsDegi Síðan síðan
  • A Vice President could disrupt the Pro Forma shenanigans by assuming the role of President of the Senate and beginning with a role call.

    Silverblade 5Silverblade 5Degi Síðan síðan
  • Ahhhhhh, just like Boys State. I love this! You're not wrong with how shenanigany U.S. politics can be. It can be very funny watching sometimes.

    Cynical CentristCynical CentristDegi Síðan síðan
  • "I swear I will pistol whip the next man who says shenanigans." Super Troopers

    serdy ximiserdy ximiDegi Síðan síðan
  • You are skipping the details not because its boring but because it was the democrats that did it.

    Christopher TerryChristopher TerryDegi Síðan síðan
  • engagement!

    wesley nwesley nDegi Síðan síðan
    • I've got a better nuclear option, throw all govt out and bring about the glorious AnCapistan!

      serdy ximiserdy ximiDegi Síðan síðan
  • And this is the calibre of human running the world folks....No wonder private enterprise are the only ones getting anything meaningful done!

    jedicsjedicsDegi Síðan síðan
  • Shananabananamanagans

    Games 'n VogsGames 'n VogsDegi Síðan síðan
  • This was delightfully nonpartisan, excellent video!

    Joe MamaJoe MamaDegi Síðan síðan

    Rob CrouchRob CrouchDegi Síðan síðan
  • Your method of given information would've worked so well if I were still in school. Still enjoyed this nonetheless. Never knew the stiffs at Supreme Court were actually this easy-going in regards to recesses.

    AlyCatVRAlyCatVRDegi Síðan síðan
  • This video may have just infuriated (or given new disastrous ideas to) politicians on both the Left and the Right! Yay...?

    L337M4573RKL337M4573RKDegi Síðan síðan
  • As much as I loved this video I had to stop halfway as the background music was starting to drive me crazy.

    PrimordialDonutPrimordialDonutDegi Síðan síðan
  • As a non-American but like the rest of the world, is deeply concerned with what is happening in the US, this is a fantastic explanation of what has been happening over there. I've learnt more in 12 minutes than all the news reports I've seen combined.

    StephBer1StephBer1Degi Síðan síðan
    • @Poohbear01x haha,you heard hes a foreigner with little politics knowledge and instantly try to win him over with insults

      CHEBUREK ManCHEBUREK Man6 klukkustundum síðan
    • The insane left are the ones sending you trash info. Listen to conservatives and hear the truth

      Poohbear01xPoohbear01x11 klukkustundum síðan
  • I dont even live in America why is this so intresting?

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  • We don't need term limits, we need Cage Matches ! Ready ? BEGIN ! :-D

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  • Just imagine if politics were a sport....

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  • Im sure they will be refusing to take their tax funded wages while doing nothing...

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