Tweet at Rachel and others on Twitter. You can send a tip to Rachel’s Twitter account, @MaddowBlog, by DM (direct message), if you follow her. You can also try contacting producers for the Rachel Maddow Show on Twitter, including: @SteveBenen, @CoryGn, @Oleta, and @WillAtWork. Rachel Maddow describes the concerns she had about her own health before getting the Covid-19 vaccine and encourages people who are reluctant to get vaccinated to consider how they'll feel if they. Rachel Maddow reveals that her partner, Susan, tested positive for Covid-19 and is still recovering, and implores viewers to consider their loved ones when they calculate their own Covid-19 risk.
Rachel Maddow highlights a passage from the Treasury Department announcement of new sanctions against Russia that says Paul Manafort associate Konstantin Kilimnik delivered polling and campaign strategy information to Russian intelligence. Previously it was known that Manafort gave such materials to. The latest tweets from @Maddow.© Theo Wargo/Getty Images for NBC Rachel Maddow visits 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' at Rockefeller Center on March 15, 2017, in New York City. Maddow has earned a number of viewers by covering the special counsel's Russia investigation.
Rachel Maddow returned to screens tonight with an emotional speech about how her partner Susan Mikula almost died from COVID-19.
The MSNBC anchor has been off the air for the past two weeks since disclosing she had been in close contact with someone who tested positive for coronavirus. On Thursday she revealed that person was indeed Mikula.
'If you know anything about me off of TV, if you know me personally, then you know the foremost thing about me is that I am in love,' she began. 'Susan and I have been together for over 21 years. It was love at first sight. That has never waned. She is the center of my universe.'
She recalled: 'At one point, we really thought there was a possibility that it might kill her, and that's why I've been away.'
'And the bottom line is she's gonna be fine. She's recovering—she's still sick, but she's gonna be OK, and we're not scared any more like we were. But it really didn't feel like it was gonna be OK at the outset.'
Maddow: Don't get this thing. Do whatever you can to keep from getting it.
Rachel Maddow reveals that her partner, Susan, tested positive for Covid-19 and is still recovering, and implores viewers to consider their loved ones when they calculate their own Covid-19 risk. pic.twitter.com/oUz2DBLG63— Maddow Blog (@MaddowBlog) November 20, 2020
Maddow's emotional revelation has seen an outpouring of support from fans and well-wishers who have been applauding her moving speech.
Fellow MSNBC host Ari Velshi tweeted: 'Nothing warmed my heart to see Rachel @maddow back on TV tonight, and nothing broke my heart more to hear her tell the story of Susan's illness. If you didn't see it, find it and watch it. #thisiswhosheis. And I'm proud to call her a friend and colleague.'
Nothing warmed my heart to see Rachel @maddow back on TV tonight, and nothing broke my heart more to hear her tell the story of Susan’s illness. If you didn’t see it, find it and watch it. #thisiswhosheis. And I’m proud to call her a friend and colleague.— Ali Velshi (@AliVelshi) November 20, 2020
'This is remarkable,' NBC's Ben Collins said. 'Rachel @Maddow is remarkable. Please watch this.'
This is remarkable. Rachel @Maddow is remarkable. Please watch this. https://t.co/yGV5FqOTpN— Ben Collins (@oneunderscore__) November 20, 2020
Another Twitter user added: 'her first 10 minutes tonight was some of the most human stuff I've ever seen.'
x 100000. her first 10 minutes tonight was some of the most human stuff I’ve ever seen. https://t.co/Qsgp8StgAf— shauna (@goldengateblond) November 20, 2020
Meanwhile, journalist Dan Rather tweeted: 'For all the lights and cameras, the people on TV are still... people. A reminder of that tonight with a raw and poignant plea by Rachel Maddow. Do everything you can to not get this virus. Rachel, my thoughts are with you and Susan.'
For all the lights and cameras, the people on TV are still... people. A reminder of that tonight with a raw and poignant plea by Rachel Maddow. Do everything you can to not get this virus. Rachel, my thoughts are with you and Susan. https://t.co/lWkiwFdvML— Dan Rather (@DanRather) November 20, 2020
Maddow then urged viewers to take the virus seriously.
'Believe me: whatever you have calculated into your life as acceptable risk, as, y'know, inevitable risk, something that you're willing to go through in terms of this virus, because statistically, it'll probably be fine for you and your loved ones... I'm just here to tell you to recalibrate that,' she said. 'Frankly, the country needs to recalibrate that, because broadly speaking, there's no room for you in the hospital any more.'
Fox News has forever excused their dishonest propaganda programming with the reply 'but look at our ratings!'
Fox can't brag about their ratings anymore. To do so, they would have to bring up one Ms. Rachel Maddow, who is kicking them in the pants not only compared to other cable news programs, but across all of cable television.
But since Joe Biden won the presidency, MSNBC's ratings have been tremendous and Rachael Maddow has been on a viewership winning streak.
March 3rd: Maddow: 3.483 Hannity: 2.774
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The 25-54 Demographic has been shifting positions between some Fox programs and MSNBC, but in total audience, Maddow has been a winner.
What's poor widdle Sean Hannity got to brag about now?
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When you’re down in the ratings pic.twitter.com/a6W1RTDDkD
— Acyn (@Acyn) March 5, 2021
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Frances Langum contributed to this post.