Guilty Verdicts In Chauvin Trial Renews Hope, Energy Behind Policing Bill In Senate | Rachel Maddow 1

Guilty Verdicts In Chauvin Trial Renews Hope, Energy Behind Policing Bill In Senate | Rachel Maddow


Rep. Karen Bass, chief House sponsor of the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act, talks with Rachel Maddow about the energized hope for the passage of the bill in the wake of the guilty verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial and the nature of the changes needed in how policing is conducted in the United States. Aired on 04/21/2021.
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Guilty Verdicts In Chauvin Trial Renews Hope, Energy Behind Policing Bill In Senate | Rachel Maddow


  1. Because a “choke hold” can be used to obtain the desired effects. But safely is not assured. (Preexisting health issues)
    The option to use it is to use the training alibi that dosent float anymore.
    Decision making…

    1. @Æthernius There are always appeals. The trick isn’t filing the appeal, it’s winning the appeal.

    2. And, they are thankful their houses aren’t being burned, and their names being posted on MSNBC, like they would have if they had voted not guilty.

    3. @Ash Roskell Activist that buy themselves 1.5M dollar house in whitish neighbors ROFL Do you ppl even think?

  2. this is the song that never ends, it just goes on and on my friends, some people. started singing it not knowing what it was and there forever singing it forever just because.. this is the song that never ends it just goes on and on my friends, some people. started singing it not knowing what it was and there forever singing it forever just because this is the song that never ends it just goes WE GET IT STFUA

    1. Baba yaga, believe me, I am 61 years old and there have been problems all my life, but I am glad that I live in Belgium and not there

  3. that magical moment when chauvin used his magical racism powers to commit both intentional and unintentional murder on the same guy

    1. silly liberal. the jurors gave into mob rule, period. Clearly he followed protocol but at least his sentence won’t be 40 years, or even half that.
      so the blm animals will end up doing what we all expected from the start anyway.

    2. It’s ridiculous that they were allowed to bring three homicide charges for the death of one person. I hate living under the black supremacist regime.

    3. You have access to all of the worlds knowledge but fail to spend 20 secs to Google what 2nd degree murder even means. You are incurably ignorant.

    4. @SouthSide_ Chicago79 you wanted that riot. Instead you got peaceful protesters. You’re the only animal here.

    5. @Alfred Basurto wait until the sentencing is handed down lol. Those animals will be out there, doing what they do best, tearing up their own hoods….guaranteed!

  4. This verdict was the equivalent of a village throwing a virgin into a volcano to quell the angry gods.

    1. Listen, it’s about that cop who was beyond his power, say, voila I have to say it here, and no that’s not how it works here, that chauvin was locked up here for a lifetime, and believe me

    2. I agree, and I would add that above all the judge’s fundamental failure to sequester the jury has massively increased the odds of a successful appeal for mistrial, should Chauvin’s team go down that route (particularly given the 24/7 news world we live in)…

  5. Soviet KGB press journalist Yuri Beznemov, who defected to Canada in 1970, warned the USA in his “Love Letter to America” that the worst things done to America are done by Americans. Sadly, he was prophetic. It is an eye opening “must read” and explains much of what our country is currently experiencing.

    1. Look, in my blood I am half Russian, and I don’t like a lot of bags that they put there at all, but also in America

    2. Yes and our main stream media ate directly responsible for inviting hatred division and racism n insurrections.last five years alone prove that.lieing money grubbing traitors.

  6. The Hypocrites =they think that they are over reaching God but he will over reach them when they stand up to prayer they stand without earnestness to be seen of men but little do they hold God in remembrance for God knows all what men do and what he has in his mind and in his hand to do

  7. Still can’t believe the look of shock on his face. He legit thought he was going to get away with it.

    1. You know, I couldn’t read his expression at first, then I told my husband…….he looks like he’s in shock at the verdict when everyone in the world saw what he done.

    2. Lololololololololl. You are hilarious.
      There was no shock look. He knew he was doomed.
      Well, I guess if you watch people like Rachael, would believe anything.

  8. The best speech was Nancy’s face plant of rhetoric. She’s so hilarious. Doubt if Russian Rachael (or is it bounty head Rachael), would even notice it, let alone dissect it.

  9. I agree we need national standards for police to follow. If it’s illegal in one state it should be illegal in all states.

  10. No national standard of policing is truly killing this country. You shouldn’t be able to get fired from police department but go to another jurisdiction and become a cop….thats the insanity that’s running rampant in the U.S.

  11. The woman who did not know the difference between a tazer and a gun. Surely she should not be a police officer because she is not competent and panicked under stress. Were both weapons in the same holster. Were they holstered close to each other. It would make sense to have them in completely different parts of the body. Gun holstered as a side arm and taser across the chest, so that it would be impossible to mistake what weapon you were reaching for.

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