Andrea Jenkins Reacts To Chauvin Verdict, News Of DOJ Probe Into City Policing Practices 1

Andrea Jenkins Reacts To Chauvin Verdict, News Of DOJ Probe Into City Policing Practices

 

The Justice Department on Wednesday launched a civil rights investigation of the Minneapolis Police Department, just one day after a jury convicted former police officer Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd. Vice President of the Minneapolis City Council Andrea Jenkins reacts live on-air and tells Stephanie Ruhle she welcomes the Justice Department's help. Aired on 04/21/2021.
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Andrea Jenkins Reacts To Chauvin Verdict, News Of DOJ Probe Into City Policing Practices

33 comments

  1. Many thanks to Max and Uncle Joey for ensuring that the conviction will be overturned on appeal. Nice

    1. Defense has burden of proving that there was influence and or intimidation of the jury. Good luck with that. Plus, feds may charge him as well, so there’s that also. Don’t get your hopes up on this being overturned. Way to stand with evil my guy.

    1. @Ed Davies Dude what are you on about? I just said hold your breath and say i can’t breathe? Interesting you say never, because holding your breathe while speaking is impossible. Now I want you to take deep breathes and say i cannot breathe over and over for people to hear over 20+ feet away. You can just say you dont like white people, because in your comment that was the one group you left out. thx

    2. @Morgan Howell White people, black people. What’s the difference? It’s racism, cruelty, lack of empathy for others, and injustice that I hate, not the white people. And I’m a white person, and I think that what Chauvin did to Floyd was evil.

    3. Since Trump, the right has been deifying convicted felons. The GOP needs to start a prison branch of the Republican Party since that’s where all its constituents are headed.

  2. Abolish the police! Do it, it’s hilarious. Don’t go back on it this time either when crime rises.

  3. Let’s all idolize a man who assaulted a pregnant woman during an armed robbery. Wonderful America!!

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