Michael Shannon – “Waco: The Aftermath” | The Daily Show

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Published on April 19, 2023

Actor Michael Shannon discusses the importance of Waco and why he felt the need to revisit it in “Waco: The Aftermath”, why people have an inherent distrust in the government, and his career outside of the big screen.
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  • MAC_HAMMER 1 year ago

    Michael is a lot more chill than I thought.

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  • Sherry E. Reson 1 year ago

    Cognitive linguist George Lakoff taught about government being about freedom from (disease, violence, hunger, etc.) and freedom to (assemble, speak, marry, etc.)

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  • Josh Disher 1 year ago

    I was seriously disappointed to learn this guy isn’t Bill Haders dad.

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  • D 1 year ago

    Very thoughtful.

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  • Santosh Adhikari 1 year ago

    Even as Zod I love him. He is an anti-hero for me rather than a villain.

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  • James Myers 1 year ago

    Michael Shannon is a legend! He has always stood out in a crowd of many, and has my utmost respect.

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  • Emu 1 year ago

    I love him so much

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  • Becky D 1 year ago

    Yeah, I do appreciate living where I have running tap water, postal service (even though DeJoy is *still trashing it* ), electric service, Police protection (if you call them), trash pick up and even paved roads. People who gripe about “too much government” apparently haven’t lived without these services long term. Life is better WITH services, especially in a town. *Appreciate what you do have people!*

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  • Macky Mintle 1 year ago

    Walken in waiting?

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  • Peter Ashtar 1 year ago

    Michael is a talented actor, but it really seems that he was not prepared for the question that Jordan asked and struggled to come up with a coherent answer. Did he have a vision on making this review of Waco?

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  • Christopher Holst 1 year ago

    Michael Shannon is funny, man! Had no idea! Has beci=ome an absolute favorite.

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  • What? 1 year ago

    That was a bad interview

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  • Turgid C Frogswell 1 year ago

    Misconception, the government keeping its population safe is a secondary benefit.

    It’s primary goal is to manage the relationship between society and the economy. Without that, nothing else can function, including public safety.

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  • Macky Mintle 1 year ago

    I returned to Michigan, just in time.

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  • carole james 1 year ago

    I was surprised to see MS on Amy Sedaris’s show. Talk about versatile.

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