The Messy Truth: Zuhause bei Trump-Wählern

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In Amerika beginnen 48 Stunden vor der Wahl bereits die Aufräumarbeiten: Van Jones (Berater von Obama für „Green Jobs“ und Gründer eines „Social Justice Accelerators“ – ein SJW aus'm Bilderbuch also) besucht Trump-Wähler zuhause und diskutiert mit ihnen den völlig entgleisten Wahlkampf. Tolle Gespräche in entspannter Atmosphäre gekennzeichnet durch gegenseitigen Respekt. Meike Lobo nannte das vorhin auf Twitter „Diskussionsreparatur“.

Teil 1: „In the first episode of The Messy Truth, I visit a family of Trump supporters in historic Gettysburg, Pennsylvania -- the site of one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War and one day after Trump gives his own ‘Gettysburg Address.’ I asked: are we on the verge of ANOTHER Civil War? What I discovered will shock you, amaze you – and possibly even inspire you. We need to start talking to each other, not just about each other.“

Teil 2: „ I visit with four moms in Gettysburg. Each is supporting a different candidate for President. I asked: how come you guys aren't in a fist fight everyday? In a town symbolic for one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War, I discovered a helpful model for getting along. We need to start talking to each other, not just about each other.“

Teil 3: „In our last episode, I run into my toughest challenge yet: a young Trump supporter who won't back down. Wearing his 'MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN" cap like a battle helmet, he opens rhetorical fire on Hillary Clinton -- and he doesn't miss one attack line. At first, finding any scrap of common ground seems impossible. But then -- on the least likely of issues -- something shifts.“