Joshua Holland and Vice's Tess Owen discuss the scapegoating of Antifa. Then Ko Bragg of The 19th talks about the women who participated in the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.
This week, right-wingers were outraged over an inaccurate report that Hasbro was making Mr Potato Head gender-neutral, furious that Dr. Suess's estate decided to stop publishing a handful of his books and offended by Joe Biden claiming that Republican governors who rejected public health officials warnings and lifted their states' mask mandates were engaged in "Neanderthal thinking." Joshua Holland finds their never-ending supply of nontroversies exhausting.
Then we're joined by Tess Owen, a senior writer at Vice, to talk about how Republicans' desperate efforts to draw a false equivalence between violent right-wing extremists and their favorite bogeyman, antifa, threatens to derail the quest for accountability for the January 6 insurrection.
And finally, we speak with The 19th's Ko Bragg about her piece looking at the women who participated in the Insurgency of Dunces.