Drew McCaskill: You may be the only person on that jury, who actually has any sort of empathy for the humanity of either the person that is being accused or the witnesses who are in the room. That is huge!
Drew: There is value to that for me in my spirit. I tried to play the game. Assimilation is exhausting. It leaves absolutely no energy, no time for creativity and innovation.
"In the Shadow of Liberty" by Kenneth C. Davis
Why? Because the winners write history.
Drew: All of these atrocities that were afflicted upon other human beings, people recognized that this was brutality, a massacre, and an atrocity, but they said, 'Yeah, but the money.' So when you think about the conversations that we're hearing now, where people are talking about voting for specific people. 'Yeah, but I get the tax break. I think he's a despicable human being. He says despicable things. He does despicable things. These policies are despicable. These things are evil. No, that's not a Christian No, I don't think that he's a practicing Christian. But he's good for business and my taxes. That is not a far walk from, 'Yeah, I know that it's not Christian. Yeah, I know that it's brutal. Yeah, I know that it's inhuman, and all of these things, but the money.'