Chris Hedges and Ralph Nader: A Postmortem on the 2022 Midterm Elections

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Dandelion Salad

with Chris Hedges

TheRealNews on Nov 25, 2022

The midterm elections are over, and two more years of Congressional gridlock are likely in store. Republicans have taken a narrow majority in the House, while Democrats have held the Senate. What do we make of the current political landscape, where rhetoric runs so hot but so little gets done? And what can we expect from the 2024 presidential elections?

Ralph Nader joins The Chris Hedges Report for a postmortem on the 2022 midterm elections, and to discuss how we can retake Congress from corporate influence.

Ralph Nader is a consumer advocate and former presidential candidate.

Transcript

See also:

Lessons for Democrats in 2024, by Ralph Nader

Winning Messages for Sen. Raphael Warnock, by Ralph Nader

Midterm Elections Too Close: Dems Need to Fire Their Corporate-Conflicted Political Consultants, by Ralph Nader

From the archives:

Chris Hedges and Ralph Nader: Unchecked Militarism is Cancerous to a Civilization + Hedges: The Greatest Evil is War

If We Can Find Just 238 More Congress Members Who Don’t Want Us All to Die…, by David Swanson

Ralph Nader: How to Fix Democracy

Whatever Happened to the Mass Rallies That Used to Command the Attention of Congress? by Ralph Nader

Make Congress Accountable, by Ralph Nader

If Democrats Didn’t Suck, by David Swanson

The Democracy Lab, by Rivera Sun

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