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House of Broken Dreams: The Jennifer Kesse Story Reviews
It’s baffling to me that people think this is a racist podcast. Jennifer repeatedly told her friends and family that the workers at Mosaic were making her very uncomfortable before she disappeared. Clearly many other women felt threatened and unsafe living there, because of the workers behavior towards them. What happened to “believe all women?” Apparently not when they’re being harassed, stalked and murdered by another politically trendy group.
The host does not come off as a professional journalist and includes personal anecdotes about herself that are not relevant. Only at FOX News would one think it important to include “blonde and eye-catching” in a description of a local female reporter. Baffled as to why this podcast is coming up on Apple’s “Top Shows.”
Racist undertones. Didn’t realize it was a Fox News podcast, but it makes total sense after listening to it.
She provides such stunted context. Basically, relying on the sensationalism of the tragedy to carry her story. Also, annoyingly racist.
I haven’t even finished the whole podcast yet, but am giving it 5 stars to counter act people screaming racism and xenophobia. Come. On. This podcast does a decent job of following the leads and story line from the family and investigators. If you find issue with the simple fact that they discuss the prime suspects being Spanish speaking people in this country illegally, you should just hush and listen to something different. When you throw about the word “xenophobia” so frequently, it cheapens ita meaning. Grow up. This podcast is NOT racist. It is NOT riddled with xenophobia, it’s just a true crime mystery podcast that will entertain you.
Would not recommend.
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