Quantcast
Connect with us

Nicolle Wallace breaks down the impeachment moment ‘women will be talking about for years’

Published

on

MSNBC anchor Nicolle Wallace (screengrab)

MSNBC anchor Nicolle Wallace on Thursday highlighted one of the key moments from the impeachment inquiry testimony from Dr. Fiona Hill.

“Often when women show anger, it’s not fully appreciated. It’s often, you know, pushed onto emotional issues perhaps, or deflected on other people,” Hill testified.

ADVERTISEMENT

“Can you just underscore the significance of what she said there? She is almost describing, you know, like an Ophrah ‘ah-hah,’ saying ‘I was so mad at Gordon Sondland’ and she had this moment that I think women will be talking about for years, that when women are angry sometimes it reads wrong, and I’ll officially nominate her to explain that to the world,” Wallace said.

“She makes a point so artfully saying, ‘I was so mad at Gordon.’ I had heard this since sort of around her closed-door testimony, she was so angry at Gordon Sondland, angry at his conduct,” Wallace noted. “Then she realizes he’s answering to the president, he’s answering to the vice president, he’s answering to Pike Pompeo — and he’s on a domestic political errand,” Wallace explained.

Watch:


Report typos and corrections to: [email protected].
READ COMMENTS - JOIN THE DISCUSSION
Continue Reading

Breaking Banner

Prehistoric desert footprints are earliest evidence for Homo sapiens on Arabian Peninsula

Published

on

Humanity originated on the African continent at least 300,000 years ago. We know from fossil evidence in southern Greece and the Levant (modern-day Israel) that some early members of our species expanded beyond Africa around 200,000 years ago, and again between 120,000 to 90,000 years ago. They likely travelled through the Sinai peninsula, which formed the only land bridge connecting the continent of Africa to the rest of the world, before moving north into a landscape with a Mediterranean climate.

Continue Reading

Breaking Banner

Disney’s Mulan is more socially conservative than the Mulan story told in the 17th century

Published

on

Disney’s live-action adaptation of Mulan was released recently amid much controversy. Accusations of Disney bowing to the Chinese Communist Party emerged when the trailer was released.

Many were outraged to learn the movie was partially filmed in Xinjiang, where at least one million Uighurs have been forced into internment camps. They also objected to actress Liu Yifei’s reported support of the Hong Kong police during the 2019 protests.

Continue Reading
 

Breaking Banner

Scientists alarmed as Trump hints at an October vaccine surprise

Published

on

President Donald Trump, who seems intent on announcing a COVID-19 vaccine before Election Day, could legally authorize a vaccine over the objections of experts, officials at the Food and Drug Administration and even vaccine manufacturers, who have pledged not to release any vaccine unless it’s proved safe and effective.

Continue Reading
 
 
Democracy is in peril. Invest in progressive news. Join Raw Story Investigates for $1. Go ad-free. LEARN MORE