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Sunday
Nov052017

[RT America - Washington DC] November 3rd: Jack Talks Manhattan Attack

I appear on RT Washington DC with Ed Schultz on November 3rd. As we dig a little deeper into the background on the alleged attacker in Manhattan, people have begun to talk about his original country of origin, Uzbekistan. While it is important to follow all leads, it can sometimes be easy to jump to conclusions about his country, his religion or anything else. If it truly mater, then we could conclude after the Las Vegas shooting that we should be afraid of every middle aged white man with disposable income.  I hope that those jumping to conclusions about the Manhattan man t consider this point. 

This should be an interesting conversation. I hope you can watch.

Wednesday
Nov012017

[Kare 11 Minneapolis] November 1st: Jack Talks Manhattan Terrorist Attack.

I appear on Kare 11 Minneapolis on November 1st.  Another attack. At this point, we barely seem to even flinch. So commonplace. So expected. This time around, its eight dead and a dozen injured. Preliminary reports place the man from Uzbekistan and that he shouted "Allahu Akbar." Guess who will have a field day with this. My fear is that there will be those who will use this politically as soon as possible. The real question is what actually makes us safer.

I expect this will change underneath us.  We will see.