This is the perfect video. I've been thinking about news dissemination in the modern age leading up to the 2016 election. I used to think proudly that the internet was the single greatest democratic information tool, allowing countless individuals to get news and information for free at incredible speeds. What has ended up happening unfortunately is that news and information has ended up living in these so-called "echo chambers" we construct for ourselves. On Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, it's too easy to block or unfollow people because you don't agree with their views. Do this enough times, regardless of your side, and you end up being surrounded only by views you would find favorable. That's dangerous and has led to wild ways to deal with opposing views and personal differences. Instead of trying to understand or listen, we've resorted to attacking and dismissing -- neither of which is useful or productive (especially in government).