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Washington, DC / Capitol Hill Riots / "New Yorker" Images / Organized Extremism / A Discussion #1280972

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jan 18, 2021
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) An excerpt from the"New Yorker" video with audio of the riot on Capitol Hill & inside the Capitol presented; scenes shown from the halls, inside office of Senator Ted Cruz.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Atlanta: Drew Griffin) The lies from inside President Trump's inner circle examined; scenes shown of various on-air personalities & their rhetoric: Steve Bannon, Trump attorney Rudolph Giuliani, Roger Stone, Stop The Steal's Ali Alexander & Trump. [Global Project Against Hate & Extremism co-founder Heidi BEIRICH@- says we get a dangerous feedback loop radicalizing the people.] [University of Toronto Munk School Citizen Lab's John SCOTT-RAILTON@- talks about the Stop the Steal movement & January 6: the mob is ready for more.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe & "Bring the War Home: The White Power Movement and Paramilitary America" author Kathleen Belew. [McCABE - offers views on the vetting of the troops for insider threats, on concerns about the coming weeks & months but we will have a safe Inauguration because of the massive force, on the amount of video captured from inside the Capitol.] [BELEW - offers views on concerns about white power activism since the 1980s: carrying out mass casualty attacks, how January 6th was a recruitment moment for these extremists.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Griffin, Drew

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