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The burden of people like Omar Mateen who can't do right

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Jane, Jon and Don discuss the ramifications of what Omar Mateen's actions are in Orlando by killing 50 people.  They also dissect what minority factions in society will rise up against each other and work either for or againist the greater good of society.  Islamic loyalists don't usually openly attack homosexuals on American soil.  Why did Omar pick this battle and what did he hope to accomplish by blatantly killing 50 strangers in a club?  Is that his mantra of justice comparable to his own twisted life related to problems he couldn't solve or perceptions that were jaded?  Founding Father James Madison argues that a minority faction can rise up to do detriment to the society as a whole.  How will this lone wolf killer draw up more controversy in lieu of these deaths?  How will the retribution of this act be played out and who will be blamed?  Will the gay community feel victimized?  Will Donald Trump expolit the Islamic element?  That and more tonight......

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