What is the Answer?

United States
August 11, 2019 9:16am CST
I tend to discuss many current events online and with my friends and family. I feel comfortable where I stand with issues and I am willing to learn and change when new credible evidence is offered. Today when I read a news article that I felt was lacking some detail I was quickly reminded how headlines and short news blasts can tell only a small portion of the story. They reference social media posts that could be taken out of context. It always seems to come back to balance. It you choose to watch the video I would love to know your first reaction.
A Las Vegas security guard who once patrolled his neighborhood with a semi-automatic rifle has been arrested on a federal charge in connection with possessing "destructive devices." The FBI says he had bomb-making materials and was planning to attack a syn
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@LindaOHio (8745)
• United States
11 Aug
What is wrong with these people. Don't they have any tolerance or empathy or common sense?
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• United States
11 Aug
I would have to believe some kind of mental issue must come into play at that point.
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• San Jose, California
12 Aug
No to all I guess.
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• United States
13 Aug
@LindaOH I believe lacking all those things makes them mentally ill in some way, do you think so?
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@1hopefulman (44052)
• Canada
11 Aug
I'm glad he was arrested. There was certainly something wrong with this individual.
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• United States
11 Aug
I agree with the out come and I wonder if some of the things I say could be taken out of context.
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@1hopefulman (44052)
• Canada
12 Aug
@Ghosthere2 Anything one says can be taken out of context by someone else. That is always possible. You are stating your opinion according to how you understand things at this time. One is free to disagree if they choose.
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• United States
13 Aug
@1hopfulman Of course everyone has the right to respectfully disagree with anything that is said, at least where I am from. I am not quite sure what you are referring to and I am often told I am wrong and that's all good. If we didn't have different points of view there would be no reason to learn anything new.
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@Corbin5 (153177)
• United States
11 Aug
So glad this fellow was caught. There are far too many people like him in a country that has more people than it can handle. Finding all the nut jobs in a country that has 327.2 million people is like looking for a needle in a haystack.
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• San Jose, California
12 Aug
I amglad as well.
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• United States
13 Aug
I would prefer a different term than nut jobs. I think they stand out in a crowd if people are just willing to watch, listen and speak up to the right people.@Corbin5
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@JustBhem (60432)
• Davao, Philippines
11 Aug
Thank God he was arrested.
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• United States
13 Aug
I agree and I hope he gets the help he needs or never leaves the cell.
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@JustBhem (60432)
• Davao, Philippines
13 Aug
@Ghosthere2 He will rot for sure.
@DianneN (125758)
• United States
12 Aug
In plain words - psycho!
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• United States
13 Aug
Oh yes, that fits perfectly. I love logical and practical answers.
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