Politics Experts Analyze New Federal Charges In George Floyd Case 1

Politics Experts Analyze New Federal Charges In George Floyd Case

 

The new federal charges against the ex-officers involved in George Floyd’s death are analyzed by experts. Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms deciding not to run for re-election is also discussed by Tiffany Cross and her panel.
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27 comments

  1. I’d like to see this panel a lot more. They are closer to the pulse of Black America than most other panels on this particular network.

    1. {Keep your eyes on the shiny object}
      Don’t look here, VVVVVVVVV
      AN HONEST ELECTION

      1. Deleted databases
      2. No chain of custody
      3. Nobody knows the admin password
      4. Election officials panicking
      5. Huge amounts of digitally adjudicated ballots
      6. Not allowed to look at the router
      7. Router shared with at least 50 other networks
      8. Election run by a private vendor
      9. A hundred lawyers defending election officials
      10. Soros’ Sheriff running interference
      11. Ignored subpoenas
      12. Missing ballots
      13. Hammer and scorecard?
      14. Secretary of state taking campaign gifts from foreign countries
      15. County voter files hacked then covered up
      16. SQL server back door
      17. Not allowed to discuss any of this on socialist media.

    2. He could be a registered Martian, he is a white male his protection is guaranteed by your so called founding fathers.

  2. I live in Canada and I am Canadian but I lived in Washington D.C. (Alexandria Virginia) for six years. Those years made a big impression on me (I was surrounded by racist neighbors) and I have always followed the long arc of the black lived experience in America since then. There is certainly a long road ahead for blacks in America but I am optimistic that Black Lives Matter will make a meaningful difference, both in my country and yours. And I am hopeful that the new Biden administration will also make a meaningful difference. Slightly different story but I am so encouraged to see more strong black women preparing to run for public life in 2022!

  3. I thought that police chiefs report to the mayor of their city. Is the Atlanta police chief going against the mayor by putting that police officer back on the streets?

    1. Probably deliberately frustrating her efforts to get rid of her. Wish she had reassinged him or outright fired him before resigning…

  4. Bowling Ball Martin is back bootlicking for table scraps on cable. This panel is reflective of the old, near death black media. The young people in the streets listen to the new black media (Tariq Nasheed, Jason Black, Prof. Black Truth, Vicky Dillard).

  5. Roland Martin has been a guest of The Young Turks a number of times, and he’s always a pleasure to listen to.

  6. The problem we have to confront is that ldefund the police” is NOT a positive phrase to capture the meaning!

  7. “Defund the Police” could have been something far less provocative like “Support Good Police”. When voters heard “Defund the Police” they assumed it meant that with less spending on police that crime would increase. In the alternative, “support” would imply reallocating funding for social workers, crisis intervention specialists, psychologists and community programs. The “good police” would imply removing bad cops like Chauvin.
    Slogans should avoid words with negative connotations like “defund”.

  8. Thank you Tiffany! Roland deserves more use and exposure. He knows what’s going on! Love his show.

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