Joy Reid Calls The Chauvin Guilty Verdict ‘An Exceptionally Rare Event’ | The ReidOut | MSNBC 1

Joy Reid Calls The Chauvin Guilty Verdict ‘An Exceptionally Rare Event’ | The ReidOut | MSNBC

 

Here’s what Joy Reid has to say about the Chauvin guilty verdict: "You're seeing a very rare sight, the family of George Floyd … on a day in which that does not normally happen happen: The conviction of Derek Chauvin, former police officer in Minneapolis for killing George Floyd. An exceptionally rare event." Aired on 04/20/2021.
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Joy Reid Calls The Chauvin Guilty Verdict ‘An Exceptionally Rare Event’ | The ReidOut | MSNBC

24 comments

  1. The San Diego Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) on Monday admitted wrongdoing and announced it would pay $5.5 million to the family of a 24-year-old man who died after being detained and held down for six minutes by two of their employees in 2019.
    But no charges in another knee on man’s neck case.

  2. Matt Gaetz’s reaction: When prisoner Chauvin is walked down the aisle as the bride, I strongly hope that I won’t have to be his bridesmaid.

  3. I hope nothing like what happened to the Floyd family happens in my family or friends I know. I do not want to be on television going through all of this mess.

    1. Your lucky that it didn’t happen to your family, ..a brother,… a father or a son, murdered in front of people that cannot do anything because the murderer is a police officer…. you’re right, it’s really a mess that shouldn’t happen to anybody.

  4. Vengenance is mine saith the LORD.
    1600A.D.all the way to 2021A.D. if it had not been for the video. As Dr. king once said “DO NOTHING” WITHOUT VIDEO& NEWS Camera

  5. my question is where is the sister, the one who recorded the video … she deserves part of the reward that the city gives to floyd’s family … she was the main witness

  6. Has Al Sharpton Paige his back taxes? If he still owes back taxes why is not the IRS seizing all of his assets like they did with Willie Nelson who owed back taxes. When the IRS was going after Willie Nelson, Sharpton was having lunch at the White House. Dish network should do an investigation on Al.

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