Finding ways to bring loved ones back from extremist fringes

Everyone in the mob that breached the U.S. Capitol this week has something in common: they have loved ones and family members who might be very worried about them. What can you do if a loved one gets radicalized or starts expressing extremist views? NBC’s Joshua Johnson spoke to Shannon Foley Martinez, a former white supremacist who now works to de-radicalize people with extremist views about how to help bring loved ones back from the fringes.