Politics Expert: Could Rubio be involved in conspiracy theory mongering that could lead to violence?

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On Sunday, Marco Rubio claimed that one of his canvassers was attacked by “four animals” who told him Republicans were not allowed in their Florida neighborhood. The police report does not mention a political dispute or indicate that the canvasser was attacked because he is a Republican. Christopher Monzon, a far-right activist, was also present at the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville. Joy Reid joins Fernand R.Amandi, a Florida expert, for his analysis.
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