Ep. 90: Washington Post’s Greg Sargent Discusses His Book, “An Uncivil War”; The Seattle Stop the Tears Rally

This week, we talk with Greg Sargent of the Washington Post about his new book, “An Uncivil War,” which details the many ways that Trump and the GOP are actively working to erode our democracy, engaging in every from voter suppression and disenfranchisement, to working to undermine our institutions like the courts and media. But he believes the press has held up, in part because of the way that sources like the Washington Post cover Trump’s lies.

Also, following the harrowing reports on the crisis of migrant families at the Mexico border in California, including footage of children being teargassed, the organization Families Belong Together has called for nationwide rallies called Stop the Tears, and we’re joined by Palmira Figueroa, who’s organizing Sunday’s event in Seattle, to give us details.

And finally, we’ll hear from Indivisible WA 8 research team leader Stephen Wilhelm about this week’s calls to action.


Greg Sargent’s book, “An Uncivil War”: www.amazon.com/Uncivil-War-Democ…ds=an+uncivil+war

Stop the Tears Rally
Sunday, December 2nd
11 AM
Occidental Square
117 S Washington St, Seattle

Link to the Guardian story, “This Is What Trump’s Caravan ‘Invasion’ Really Looks Like”: www.theguardian.com/us-news/2018/no…sabled-children

Healthcare for All WA’s events:

West Seattle – 34th Legislative District
Southwest Branch of The Seattle Public Library
Saturday, December 1st
2:00 – 3:30 p.m.
9010 35th Ave SW, Seattle

Everett – Legislative Districts 1, 21, 32, 38, 39, and 44
Everett Public Library
Saturday, December 1st
11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
2702 Hoyt Ave, Everett

RSVP on their website: www.healthcareforallwa.org

The Saudi Arabia war support de-authorization bills are S.J.Res.54 in the Senate and H.Con.Res.138 in the House.

Measures to protect Mueller in the Senate: S.2644

And in the House: H.R. 5476