Biden To Deliver Remarks After Verdict In Chauvin Trial | The ReidOut | MSNBC

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The implications of the Chauvin Trial are so momentus that multiple Biden Administration officials tell NBC News that the president is expected to address the nation after the jury renders a verdict. Aired on 04/19/2021.
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51 Comments on "Biden To Deliver Remarks After Verdict In Chauvin Trial | The ReidOut | MSNBC"

  1. the fact that the neighborhoods have already boarded up and said this will be bad is proof this is not about any one man. does anybody even see a win in this, either hes guilty and the officers let things happen as payback or hes innocent and the people will probably destroy the place. this could have been avoided with a little compassion for human life….guess thats too much to ask when racism rules the streets. good luck to all

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    • Just shoot any rioters and call it a night.

  2. Here’s my thing…if these politicos are so committed to change and/or reform, then why aren’t they putting together ad hoc committees NOW to study the issue and present recommendations? Or, even institute reforms that have already been determined? To me, these press conferences are done only as a means to try and calm the natives.

    • Chinedu Opara | April 19, 2021 at 9:26 PM | Reply

      You nailed it. It’s all for show. Nothing will change. NOTHING.

    • Probably because actually.more people die from rare diseases each year than cops.if the media painted heart disease and diabetes(some the top killers of African Americans)this hard KFC would go out of business overnight.what about his drug dealer Maurice?the guy who probably passed him the fake money in cupp foods? also the guy providing all the meth/fentanyl? When it comes down to it it’s a sad waste due mostly to addiction.cops shouldn’t be on necks,so I can see manslaughter.but if you ever had to deal with someone on meth/opioids..it’s crazy.

    • @always dirty illness takes Life over a period of time the police does it immediate, in 20 days 64+ people lost there lifes to police, those 20 days are 8-9 years of Germany …. followed by more then 45 mass shooting in 29 days… something is terrible wrong

  3. Carlos Carlos | April 19, 2021 at 8:50 PM | Reply

    If Chauvin is acquitted the C.O. can say ” ok Chauvin court is closing time to go out the door ” how long would he last ?

  4. Sylvia Argandar | April 19, 2021 at 8:52 PM | Reply

    Justice Matters!

  5. I do love both the men. I do not remember their names. My only thing that legally the defense put together the case of reasonable doubt.

  6. Michael Marin | April 19, 2021 at 9:06 PM | Reply

    I wasn’t happy at all with the prosecutor’s close. He made it out like chauvin was just reckless instead of a cold blooded killer.

    • Michael Marin | April 19, 2021 at 9:29 PM | Reply

      @Joe Blow I just got out six years ago, I did a nickel for possession, and it was funny because you knew who the ex cops and child molesters were because they all walked around with a huge blood stain on the back off the their pants…. it looked like they just got their period. It doesn’t matter if chauvin is in there for six months or sixty years, it’s all going to be the same result for him. Promise you that.

    • Michael Marin | April 19, 2021 at 9:32 PM | Reply

      @Joe Blow either way…. he will be using tampons for the rest of his life.

    • @Michael Marin nah he will be in a minimum security day jail

    • BLM tards: give us the verdict we want or we will burn our own city down!

    • It’s a 2nd degree charge. The elements are reckless / indifferent killing rather than killing requiring premeditation. The prosecution showed that.

  7. If the jury acquits Chauvin, the killing spree would increase tenfold. Not because of race/ethnicity…but the mere fact that police officers can easily take a life in plain view, and not be held accountable.

    • Chinedu Opara | April 19, 2021 at 9:27 PM | Reply

      Exactly. You nailed it squarely. Many cops are right now making their Murder Quotas.

    • Ahhh, it has nothing to do with the weakness of the case or the incompetence of the prosecution, well, burn down your cities, watch as productive citizens flee and the tax base dwindles to zero.

  8. mynnika turner | April 19, 2021 at 9:07 PM | Reply

    🗣Justice for George Floyd🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽

  9. Dionne Lewis | April 19, 2021 at 9:07 PM | Reply

    Sounds like he will walk freely

  10. Julie Henderson | April 19, 2021 at 9:08 PM | Reply

    End qualified immunity for Judicial, Executive, Legislative and all those who create, enforce and decide justice of the laws.

  11. 10yrs and released after 3, into his pension’s loving arms.

  12. As recent elections demonstrated, there are plenty of Americans that simply cannot be trusted. The probability that all 12 out of a randomly selected 12 are trustworthy is ridiculously small. America will be punished if it screws up this extremely simple trial, and it has stacked the odds against itself.

  13. NO JUSTICE, NO PEACE.

    HE WALKS, THIS PLACE BURNS.

  14. :39 you know what you’re doing

  15. I’m joe biden and uh er ugh um bread goes in and toast comes out but where does the bread go

  16. Cut the Politicians out of the image:

    Let the Rapper tell the Story with all them Gang Sings
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  17. Jon Rock GOOD PEOPLE DO SOMETHING | April 19, 2021 at 9:41 PM | Reply

    Pat Robertson already said, “Put Chauvin under the jail!” So why are we waiting for what Biden has to say?

  18. Ronald McGill | April 19, 2021 at 9:41 PM | Reply

    They can call for peace all they want to but, “No Justice, No Peace”

  19. Like most of the world, I’m hoping for a logical and reasonable conviction of Derek Chauvin. However, regardless of how the verdict is decided, I think it’s time for all of us across the nation to rally around the need for judicial as well as police reform. Blanket immunity for public servants is simply an unacceptable relic of the past and if we are to move forward as true democratic nation, we need to revise these antiquated features of what we know to be a broken system. The way we do this is through our voices at the polls. Demonstrative protest is only a place to start and means nothing if it’s value is degraded by violence which only provides more fuel to the establishment against which the protest is aimed. But unlike George Floyd, “we the people” are NOT handcuffed and we still have the ability to act against those that refuse to hear us at the polls. That’s where REAL change can be effected. Lets all pray that George Floyd’s sacrifice will be the beginning of the end of systemic tyranny and oppression and spark a new day where all of us realize the power given us by our constitution to make meaningful change a reality.

  20. Jesus Enojado | April 19, 2021 at 10:49 PM | Reply

    Creepy Joe can barely manage his way to the restroom without falling 3 times. Joe and his family are a bunch of crooks he better keep his mouth shut

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