How The Prosecution Of Derek Chauvin Was ‘Unique From The Start’ | The ReidOut | MSNBC 1

How The Prosecution Of Derek Chauvin Was ‘Unique From The Start’ | The ReidOut | MSNBC

 

Joy explains how the prosecution of Derek Chauvin ‘will surely be studied, analyzed, and emulated for decades to come.’ Aired on 04/23/2021.
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How The Prosecution Of Derek Chauvin Was ‘Unique From The Start’ | The ReidOut | MSNBC

28 comments

    1. @Friend yep, these ignorant, Trump worshipping morons dont have the Sense God gave a sack of hammers… but they sure like to babble.

  1. America needs more Darnella Frazier’s to be lurking around when these cops wanna act all big and bad. Darnella Frazier has now inspired me to never leave my house ever again without my good ole cell phone.

  2. “But we also know, that the justice system is tilted against black people”. – Joy Reid

    It’s statements like this, that have the right yelling “you are the real racists”.

    This was a murder trail. Race was not on trail.

    1. Who cares about right, Joy Reid has the right to her 1st Amendment Rights, and there is truth to what she says, look at Emmett Till and the cases that followed. Now compare Joy to that hate mongering Rush Limbaugh, there is no comparison.

    2. @K Cooper – Race is a delusion of the human mind. It doesn’t exist. You are welcome.

      Life is far more easier when you know the truth. Race isn’t real. Don’t get drug down by others into believing that it is.

    3. @Bat Boy I’m certainly not a racist, but every individual from different races and ethnic groups have different life experiences, who can say they don’t.

    4. @K Cooper – Race is a human social construct. We made it. We can unmake it by not giving it oxygen, and viewing each other, and ourselves, through the distorted lens of race.

      We must believe in a future where color of skin is no more significant than color of hair.

      When you believe this, others around you may still believe in race, to drag you back into this delusion. Don’t allow it. You will start to see, there actually very little around you that you describe as “racist”. Derek committed a crime. He was found guilty. That is all.

    5. @K Cooper – more to your point – it is dishonest to say “I’m color blind”. But, what I am saying is…what ever skin color you are, doesn’t matter to me. I can recognize diversity, and the differences between people, but I am not comparing them, nor thinking one is better than an other.

      So, when you see that race isn’t real, all these divisions by race is very silly, and sad.

  3. Some law enforcement fear black folks but what they need to start fearing is consequences for their dangerous behaviors. 2021 is the beginning of dismantling the toxic police subculture with its blue wall of silence. Every act of misconduct from these individuals needs to be made public because when a bully can be so indecent at least 17 times in his 18 years of service, that is a system gone wrong! When there is accountability, there will be justice!

  4. Do you frame it like this so That we don’t expect your support in future police lynchings? Msnbc at its best..

  5. *Something worthy of serious consideration is:*
    Life is short. And because of Trump — and all the aftershocks of Trump — we’ve now spent 4 years — going on 5 years — of our lives miserable, resentful, confused, and angry. Who wants to waste so much of our short lives living like this?
    But now, in light of the guilty Chauvin verdict that exposed a latent goodness we are in fact capable of — can’t we embrace it now and be Americans worthy of the advantages possible in America? Maybe we can start to do that. *All it takes is a re-awakening of the common sense of decency that a dark, cynical, satanic, but deceptively small group of us has tried to destroy.*

  6. It’s a shame with all the evidence against this fool was on display, we still had our fingers crossed that he would be found guilty..

  7. Racist and inhumane is not unique………this murder was just the straw that broke the racists white elephant’s back.

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