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This video was posted to Facebook by someone claiming to be a member of the group that posted it. They claim to be the brother of one of the attackers, and claim to be in contact with one of the victims. His video appears to be from the same night the attack took place and appears to present a different perspective than the one presented by the social media accounts used to promote it.
This video presents the attacker speaking before the attack and the response he received. He says he has been shot, that he thinks “someone shot [him]” and the attack took place in a crowded venue.
His comment that he thinks he had been shot in the neck at least twice, and that it felt like a blow to “wherever the bullet hit” indicates some level of injuries or other injuries he may have sustained that were not captured by security camera footage.
This attack was just in the past week, and the same individuals who made the video and the person claiming to be the brother of one of the people present in the video posted it just hours after the attack. It’s also worth noting that several attacks have been reported that took place in Europe, at least one in the US, and elsewhere in recent days and weeks that may have been committed by immigrants.
This video is extremely disturbing, and shows a real level of brutality — in the sense that it is presented with real violence — not a distorted one.
A recent interview with George Will on Fox News Channel’s “Outnumbered” left many viewers with no choice but to ask themselves, “What a strange human being is Donald Trump?” Will, of course, has many of the characteristics, attributes and accomplishments described in his new book, “No High Command, Just Wrong.”
One of its most famous passages is this: “The reason we are living in a civilization in which people believe that some of them know what they ought to do — we are living in a culture of moral relativism.”
And there was a time when I would have agreed. Before that book came out, I would always have said that if you want to change American public policy, you cannot win elections on the basis of something as vacuous and illiberal as “moral relativism.” (Which, by the way, was not much in evidence for this campaign). But that
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