Wednesday, 21 January 2015 12:43
Jindal to fly No-Go Zone, State of Union in friendlier skies, before Cavuto
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cavutoAfter traveling to Europe on a  part economic development, and unquestionably a political excursion, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal most likely is seeking friendlier skies.

 

Jindal was pounded on CNN and internationally for his assertion of the existence of No-Go Zones, a statement he made when he spoke in front of the Henry Jackson Society, in London.  Jindal will have an opportunity to again state his case, once again, about the zones.  On Monday, after giving the address at the British Parliament, the Louisiana governor did not answer specific questions about location of these zones.  This time, however, Jindal will be questioned by Fox host, Neil Cavuto.  

Fox News previously apologized for comments by one of its expert guests claiming the existence of the No-Go Zones in major European cities.

Jindal, who is praying and thinking about running for US President will also address President Obama’s  State of the Union address.

On Tuesday, Jindal’s office issued a list of items that it claims supports Jindal’s claims.

Jindal’s live interview occurs at 3:15 pm today on “Your World with Neil Cavulto, Fox Business Network.

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