Chauvin Sentenced As Lawmakers Try To Reach Police Reform Deal 1

Chauvin Sentenced As Lawmakers Try To Reach Police Reform Deal

 

Derek Chauvin has been sentenced to 22.5 years in prison for the murder of George Floyd. Meanwhile, lawmakers are still trying to reach a deal on a police reform bill on Capitol Hill. MSNBC's Brian Williams discusses with POLITICO's Eugene Daniels.
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26 comments

  1. Body cams for everyone, might as well everyone films each other with their phones these days.

    1. The media are all propagandists for the left. But you believe everything they tell you.

      My eyes are wider open than yours. Which is why I’m not being a docile sheep and siding with the literal insurrectionists while they burn our cities down.

    2. @Anissha Blackwell Oh stop it with ‘THE PEOPLE’. I get sick and tired of hearing, WE THE PEOPLE from the radicals on the left and right. You sound like those clowns who keep misquoting the constitution or the Bible.

    3. @Cannabis Talk I’ve been to cities where cops don’t wear them citing ‘budget constraints’. It’s funny because most of those body cams are free with federal police fundings. So this tells me there’s a crooked chief or crooked sheriff.

    1. @Philly Mathis lol that’s a great point, to blindly back someone who loosely agrees with you and make fun of someone who doesn’t. I bet you think you win EVERY argument, don’t you?

    2. @Books & Gaming Ye is the plural form of thou, a subject pronoun. With, being a preposition, requires the word thee.

    3. @Jonathan In a conversation with me, your “looser” conceptualization of grammar and articulation wouldn’t make it past the first sentence before I would burst out laughing and walk away.

    4. @Philly Mathis Several others have defended Williams just fine here. I see no reason to belabor the point. You’re insulting a journalist because you hate the truth he speaks. That simply means it’s time to take a long look in the mirror =)

      If I may quote Trump:

      “I love the poorly educated.”

    5. I suppose no one is going to take the time or due diligence to dispute my previously posted long list of Trump failures/corrupt activities. Surprise, surprise. More examples of critical thinking in action by Team Trump.

    1. @Maurice Fails attempt at what? You are a race baiting troll who came out of your hole to see white people mad on the sentencing day of the cop who killed that one crackhead dude!

    2. @2021 Vision I actually agree with you. Blacks aren’t really black. We must be colorblind, and it’s time we get our colors straight.

  2. Leave it to MSNBC to give Brian Williams a job after fabricating reports of an attack on the helicopter he was riding on in Iraq.

    1. I was thinking the same thing when FOX gave a job to Mark Fuhrman he lied on the witness stand had to take the 5th about planting evidence. It’s crazy a news agency would do something so stupid as to hire a liar. When FOX got sued over Tucker Carlson they said no reasonable person would believe what he is saying is true.

  3. Lawmakers try to reach a deal. Give me a break. The Democrats own the White House, Senate, and The House of Representatives. If this doesn’t prove we need to move away from identity politics, I don’t know what does.

  4. I still cant believe some of these delusional people but then again why should I be surprised..

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