Shared Content – NYTimes
“I put my emotions behind me to do what I thought was right,” said Jackson Reffitt, who weeks before the siege alerted the F.B.I. that his father was planning “something big.”
This story shows you can crowdfund absolute anything if its emphasis on the highly polarized division of modern times. And most importantly the disgusting ways such segregation can destroy families from the inside. Ratting out his own father over concern then real prove is terrible. Even though the adult was part of the alleged harmful Three Percenters group. Based on the interviews and monetization of all this, the kid had no idea how potentially violent if any plans and if he really cared about his parent he would not let it escalate into the public like this.
Sometimes I imagine creating a second Twitter and/or a new website just on expressing controversial opinions on what I don’t believe in as it would become money like this older teenager. In my opinion and experience people this age is stupid and one day he will regret this. The comment section calls him a patriot or a saint or some bullshit while not one equally condemns the protests of all of 2020. Then the multiple other nuances where the Capitol Riot were highly under security enforcers causing it to be overrun in the first place.
Gross taking position in a protest, this child selling out to ensure his own future is hypocritical. Believe what you want to believe, on the other hand, third parties who actually are applied in society further lack investment from the online sector willing to donate become out of focus. Entitlement both sides, how is this journalism for the majority? If you pick a group in this you are missing the point. The mainstream is vultures and engaging what is moral in this is wrong. There are no positives in this narrative maintaining the status quo/hate at both angles and the victor in this is the young person who made some buck for all that bang. (up to $100,000 not including interviews).