Comment: I'm not sure I'm reading you right

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I'm not sure I'm reading you right

Finding Vivian Kubrick's interview fascinating is obvious, as she was new to me too, and spoke clearly what, "needs to be heard far and wide"; but please help me understand what you mean afterwards.

Do you mean, "not (just) on AJ's show", or as you wrote, "not on AJ's show"?

That they were both where they were at the same time, was clearly NOT for anything other than to make a conscientious defense of The First Amendment. Alex recognized Vivian in the crowd that remained through the Sheriff's bully tactics, and had a chance to respectfully ask her what became this powerful interview.

Some would indeed hope that others might have made this timely interview, and NOT Alex Jones; but there was something about their shared experience on the front-lines of confronting this mob of fierce-looking, tough-acting, Sheriff thugs-in-uniform; AND peacefully overcoming together that encounter, that made this interview flow better than some cold office dialog, eh?

Find out just what any people will quietly submit to and you have the exact measure of the injustice and wrong which will be imposed on them. - Frederick Douglass