Cori Bush On $28 Million Floyd Settlement: We Can’t Put A Price Tag On This Man’s Life | The ReidOut

Cori Bush On $28 Million Floyd Settlement: We Can’t Put A Price Tag On This Man’s Life | The ReidOut 1


The city of Minneapolis on Friday agreed to pay $27 million to settle a civil lawsuit with George Floyd's family just weeks before the trial is scheduled to begin for the former officer charged with murder in his death. Congressmember Cori Bush says ‘we can’t put a price tag on this man’s life’ and mentions how ‘our state legislatures will work to come up with all this anti-protester legislation … instead of fixing the problem." Aired on 03/12/2021.
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Cori Bush On $28 Million Floyd Settlement: We Can’t Put A Price Tag On This Man’s Life | The ReidOut

40 Comments on "Cori Bush On $28 Million Floyd Settlement: We Can’t Put A Price Tag On This Man’s Life | The ReidOut"

  1. Lindalee Law | March 13, 2021 at 9:22 AM | Reply

    The money is faur; the officers being left jobless and broke priceless. And jail for these cops is a joke.
    I like PAPILLION.criminalls forced to live on an island think Alcatraz .

  2. Yes, but the families and the municipalities do put a price tag on a person’s life. The question is this. How do you put on price tag on justice going forward?

    • at least one person was found burned alive in one of the businesses rioters burned down. It’s terrorism.

    • Legslipsandlashes | March 13, 2021 at 4:09 PM | Reply

      @David Cohen 👈🏾👈🏾👈🏾🤡🤡🤡 I’m noticing that clowns are incapable of answering questions. Lol. A “Yes, but…” clown at that.
      It hurts racists to change, to admit that they’re wrong. They’d rather be broke, in prison, and continue going completely out of their way to show how broad and deep their hatred is. That’s jealousy. They are dying inside with jealousy. Let the gotdayam chips fall where they may.

  3. Yourdeadmeat69 | March 13, 2021 at 10:16 AM | Reply

    $28M settlement in record time, we’re all writing checks for bad apples. Isn’t fixing the problem the right answer morally and financially? This big check tries to make one family whole, but the whole family of people of color need to feel safe.

    • @Yourdeadmeat69 Marvel and their new Super Hero Charters ” Safespace and his non-binary twin Snowflake are after your children with their LBGTQ agenda.

      This series, a reboot of a previous comic Marvel had in their roster, and it reeks of the Democrats social engineering of children. The very adult themes should be in books for adults, >> not for kids<< who are going to be very confused about what they read if they pick this book up.

    • Yourdeadmeat69 | March 13, 2021 at 4:26 PM | Reply

      @David Cohen Yup, wrong planet.

    • Larry Nottingham | March 14, 2021 at 5:12 AM | Reply

      @David Cohen The criminal died for $20? No murder is too heavy a price.

    • Larry Nottingham | March 14, 2021 at 5:14 AM | Reply

      @Yourdeadmeat69 I think your right.

    • Yourdeadmeat69 | March 14, 2021 at 9:55 AM | Reply

      @David Cohen HUH?

  4. As a Minnesotan, I have conflicting views on this settlement. I believe George Floyd’s family should get whatever it can because you cannot replace George. On the other, I hate to payout that much money which will hurt the city of Minneapolis. This money should come from the Minneapolis police budget only. If they screw up, take the money from them. But, the money will not come from that account. It will be from monies that are earmarked for roads, parks, celebrations, libraries, city wide WIFI, or some city workers will have to be laid off (No police though). I hate that one part of the City of Minneapolis has done wrong and we all have to suffer because of them.

  5. Minneapolis taxpayers have to pay all that money. You people got bent.

  6. Ben Peterson | March 13, 2021 at 3:25 PM | Reply

    They should use some of that money to help shine a spotlight on racial inequality and police brutality on minorities 🤠🙏

  7. Douglas Marshall | March 13, 2021 at 3:49 PM | Reply

    Where’s not enough money on this planet for my loved ones life

  8. Eugene Smith | March 13, 2021 at 6:52 PM | Reply

    Give them the money and interview them a year latter😂

  9. They had to get the settlement done before the jury is picked – yet another way to influence. And the armed buildup occurring all over the city because if they don’t like the verdict they’re gonna destroy it all again

  10. Yes maam…
    A little too much. I finally agree. What happened was wrong but monies such as that does not solve the problem.Respict to the police does.

  11. I can’t even make a million in my lifetime.

  12. Tone down the makeup…

  13. Rolf Trappmann | March 14, 2021 at 1:29 AM | Reply

    As many times before, Joy Reid sums it up right.
    “They rather pay than change.”

    • Rolf Trappmann | March 14, 2021 at 11:09 AM | Reply

      @1984 THEBEGINING You don’t even recognize, what’s the matter with yourself. This song may be dedicated to mindset:

    • Rolf Trappmann | March 14, 2021 at 11:15 AM | Reply

      @R Littlejohn Of course you’re right, but this should have ended at least in the 1950’s – if the United States claims to be a contemporary country.
      Trump had steered toward medieval times.

    • 1984 THEBEGINING | March 14, 2021 at 11:18 AM | Reply

      @R Littlejohn the problem with your “ all white jury” argument is they’re not all white unless there are no black people in a jurisdiction. In almost all instances like this the police were found to be justifiable. Take the thug Floyd , the police gave him fair warning to stop , he did not and when he started reaching into a car he paid the price of ignoring lawful orders , white or black ignoring the police orders has a bad ending every time for the fool who refused to obey the police and black people on juries are just as quick to let the cop off in those circumstances

    • Larry Garland | March 14, 2021 at 4:51 PM | Reply

      Nothing changes in Democrat run shitholes. 70 years has taught us that.

    • @Rolf Trappmann A perfect analogy ♥️… The stupid crocodile 🐊

  14. Jakendrick Williams | March 14, 2021 at 5:42 PM | Reply

    The family has got to take responsibility you are making it seem like they are buying y”all off.

  15. It’s not there 💰 money so settle for it it’s fine with em’, 👀…. Then it’s gonna be years before they see that money too.. public servants rather hide its racists servants than to lettem go unscathed

  16. Keep your money, give me freedom

  17. Victor Johnson | March 14, 2021 at 10:40 PM | Reply

    Trying to buy a lighter sentence for the cops and no change in police policies and behavior.

  18. BEST

  19. املاك خاصه املاك خاصه فرح فرح فرح مطنوخ | March 15, 2021 at 10:36 PM | Reply

    👇 توفى الله يرحمه ويغفر له بالاردن عمان الاردن كل الناس عارفين اخبارك كل الناس

  20. Michael Parrella | March 16, 2021 at 5:41 PM | Reply

    Where is the money for David dorn’s family after he was killed by a looter?

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