In Sunday night’s episode “Drive,” FBI Agent Jordan Kent confronts agent Ryan Booth about his mysterious disappearance during a field operation in Chicago. Kent believes Booth’s sudden disappearance during the op was no accident and accuses him of being involved in an American militia’s attack in the city.
What possible reason would I have for wanting to hurt innocent people?” Booth, played by actor Jake McLaughlin, asks Kent. “Why would I want to destroy my own career?”
“I don’t know. Maybe Afghanistan broke you,” Kent replies. “Maybe you realized what a worthless war it was when you got back and you got to talking to one of those cell members one day and realized you were fighting on the wrong side
This is what White Castle residents have to deal with.”
Chris Nakamoto is a true professional journalist, giving a deadpanned story lede to his videographer as he was being perp-walked by a burly cop for uncovering small town government corruption.
He’d just uncovered an un-legislated pay raise costing each resident in small town White Castle, Lousiana – each man, woman and child – stuck paying an additional $11 per year in tribute to the elected offical.
Louisiana cops arrested the tele-journalist for asking tough questions about the Mayor’s salary, now the whole world will find out as his story goes viral in the video you can see below.
An ABC television station’s lead investigator Chris Nakamoto, with WBRZ news in Baton Rouge was arrested in White Castle, Louisiana this past week.
These left-leaning women from The View are besides themselves in having to admit that they agree with The Donald on his foreign policy and ISIS views.
He apparently called months ago that something was going on in Belgium, and that new waves of terror attacks were forthcoming.
The co-hosts of ABC’s “The View” appeared to soften a little on GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump on Tuesday, admitting that his foreign policy positions don’t seem all that outrageous in the aftermath of the deadly terror attacks in Brussels.
Joy Behar, an outspoken critic of Trump, pointed out that the Republican was “right” about the Iraq invasion being a “huge mistake” and everyone seemed to be in agreement that Trump accurately noted in January that “there’s something bad going on” in Brussels.
On Friday, ABC and CBS’s evening newscasts touted how Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau “personally welcoming Syrian refugees” as they flew into Toronto. ABC’s David Muir heralded, “Trudeau greeting fathers, mothers, and children — telling them — quote, ‘You’re home.’” CBS’s Scott Pelley spotlighted the “noteworthy landing — 163 refugees escaping the war in Syria were welcomed to Canada by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.” [video below]
Both ABC’s World News Tonight and CBS Evening News included graphics that used the exact same term during the news briefs on Trudeau: “warm welcome.” [see screen cap above] Immediately before his 17-second brief, Muir actually spent 22 seconds noting that ISIS was threatening another ancient city in the Middle East:
DAVID MUIR: And from overseas this evening, ISIS is mounting a new threat against an ancient city — this time in Libya. Fighters storming into the coastal city of Sabratha, threatening to level stunning landmarks there built by Romans in the Third Century — militants already destroying ruins and artifacts in Syria’s famed city of Palmyra — including two temples that stood for 2,000 years.