Brother Of George Floyd Writes New Column On Chauvin Verdict | Morning Joe | MSNBC 1

Brother Of George Floyd Writes New Column On Chauvin Verdict | Morning Joe | MSNBC

 

The Morning Joe panel discusses a new column on the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial by the brother of the late George Floyd, Philonise Floyd. Aired on 04/22/2021.
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Brother Of George Floyd Writes New Column On Chauvin Verdict | Morning Joe | MSNBC

41 comments

  1. That’s a beautiful op-ed.
    If police officers can carry both a gun and a taser, and confuse them, they can wear a body camera.

  2. Tim Scott if George Floyd had been granted Immunity by DC he would be Alive today. Gutting the Bill of this provision is an Insult!!! How Dare You!!!

  3. Chauvinism is the belief in the superiority or dominance of one’s own group or people, who are seen as strong, virtuous and supreme, while others are considered weak, unworthy or inferior.[1] It can be described as a form of extreme patriotism and nationalism, a fervent faith in national excellence and glory.

    According to legend, French soldier Nicolas Chauvin was badly wounded

    1. Derek Chauvin was anything but strong, virtuous and supreme. He was a son of prediction, with a destiny designed to one day bring him into contact with George Floyd.

    2. I think the defense made a huge mistake and missed an opportunity in
      this trial. They rested too early. I posted in length what I think on my
      home page video. Please let me know what you think. Thanks.

  4. According to legend, French soldier Nicolas Chauvin was badly wounded in the Napoleonic Wars and received a meager pension for his injuries. After Napoleon abdicated, Chauvin maintained his fanatical Bonapartist belief in the messianic mission of Imperial France, despite the unpopularity of this view under the Bourbon Restoration. His single-minded blind devotion to his cause, despite neglect by his faction and harassment by its enemies, started the use of the term.[2]

    Chauvinism has extended from its

  5. The Second French Empire (French: Second Empire), officially the French Empire (French: Empire français), was the Imperial Bonapartist regime of Napoleon III from 1852 to 1870, between the Second Republic and the Third Republic, in France.

    French Empire

    Empire français

  6. What Is a Royalty?

    A royalty is a legally binding payment made to an individual or company for the ongoing use of their assets, including copyrighted works, franchises, and natural resources. An example of royalties would be payments received by musicians when their original songs are played on the radio or television, used in movies, performed at concerts, bars, and restaurants, or consumed via streaming services. In most cases, royalties are revenue generators specifically designed to compensate the owners of songs or property when they license out their assets for another party’s use.

    1. @Easternsun, going from being a person of authority to a person with none and being imprisoned is bound to remove smugness.

  7. If this was any other murderer they have to be locked up in general population. Just because he an ex cop murderer shouldn’t be any different!

  8. Good God Congress!! Please look at Germany and their policies on policing. Look at their very low rate of fatalities on both sides!!!

  9. It’s true. Let’s not let hope lead to complacency. Yes, the verdict was just, but other improvements are possible. One tree isn’t a forest. And as tempting as it is to condemn Chauvin and others like him, everyone is a product of the influences around them. Perhaps he can change; perhaps we all can. All any of us have is our circumstances, our understandings, and our guesses as to the best choices.

  10. …..And karma is inevitable. It catches up to you one day and chokes the life outta ya, for all the harm you caused to others

  11. This is a hole in the darn. We need many holes to create a watershed of justice. Let’s work on getting ready to march

  12. Funny thing is they think they’re protecting Chauvin by placing him in confinement. The reality will be much darker when his brain goes to mush being in solitary, especially if that’s the plan for the entire sentence.

    1. The horror is your mindset. Punishment is bad enough but you want to add torture. You reap what you sow.

    2. You people talk like you know all of the answers without any type education whatsoever. You sit in front of the TV watching your sports and sitcoms, rotting your brain, entertained instead of doing what you should be doing, contributing.

  13. It’s so nice that he gets a consideration for his safety when Chauvin had absolutely NO consideration for Mr. Floyd’s safety.

  14. The engine won’t start, broke the key off in the ignition, going to replace the engine that should solve the problem.

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