The “right verdict” for Biden, Waters, New York Times, and activists


Biden praying for “right verdict” in Chauvin trial

Fox News tells us that Biden said he was praying for the “right verdict” in the Chauvin case.

BidenLeftVerdictAs the nation awaits a verdict by the jury in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, President Biden said on Tuesday he is “praying the verdict is the right verdict.”

Briefly speaking with reporters at the White House, the president discussed his call on Monday with the family of George Floyd, the Black man in Minnesota who died after he was seen on video – handcuffed – saying “I can’t breathe” as Chauvin kneeled on Floyd’s neck. His death sparked nationwide protests last spring and summer over police brutality against minorities and systemic racism.

Chauvin is charged with second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter in Floyd’s death. He has pleaded not guilty to all three charges.

Floyd’s brother, Philonise Floyd said in an interview on NBC News early Tuesday morning that the president had called the Floyd family on Monday after the jury began deliberations in the trial.

“I can only imagine the pressure and anxiety they’re feeling, and so I waited until the jury was sequestered, and I called,” Biden explained. “I wasn’t going to say anything about it, but Philonise said today on television, and he accurately said it was a private conversation because Joe understands what it was like to go through loss. They’re a good family, and they’re calling for peace and tranquility, no matter what that verdict is. I’m praying that verdict is the right verdict, which I think it’s overwhelming, in my view. I wouldn’t say that unless the jury was sequestered now.”

Biden called the Floyd family last year – soon after Floyd’s death, which came during the 2020 presidential election campaign – and later the then-presidential candidate traveled to Houston to meet with the family and express is condolences.

(Read more at Fox News)

By announcing his “prayer” at a time that he knew the jury would hear it, Biden was praying to his “god” for the left verdict

The last thing he wanted was anything but three counts against Chauvin. In fact, like most liberals, Biden would be more than thrilled had the court found ways of inventing additional charges against the now-convicted ex-cop.

Maxine Waters reportedly requested police protection before Minnesota trip

The New York Post reports that Maxine Waters required police protection for her trip to Minnesota where she called for more violence if Chauvin was not convicted of murder.

Rep. Maxine Waters — who called on protesters to “get more confrontational” if former cop Derek Chauvin is acquitted of murder charges in George Floyd’s death — asked for and received police protection on her way out to Minneapolis.

A document obtained and published by Townhall appears to show that the Democratic congresswoman requested a police escort before her trip to the city, where she called for people to “stay in the streets” during the unrest.

Waters, 82, flew from Dulles International Airport to Minnesota-St. Paul International Airport on Saturday and demanded a guilty verdict for the former officer “or else.”

The document published by the outlet lists the “requesting organization” as the US Capitol Police and the “name of the primary protectee” as Waters, who was flying on Delta.

“Police escort In & Out” is listed as a special request on the document, which describes the “risk factor” as “moderate.”

A law enforcement source with the Capitol Police told The Post on Tuesday that the request posted by the outlet was for an escort to the gate at Dulles, not for protection in Minnesota.

The official said the request is commonplace among members of Congress departing from DC — and added that he was unaware of what protection Waters got in Minneapolis, if any.

Efforts to reach Waters’ office were unsuccessful early Tuesday.

(Read more at the New York Post)

This should be a slam-dunk reason for getting this reprobate cop out of jail just like the reprobate thugs

As suggested by Judge Peter Cahill, Maxine Waters’ incendiary words may spark an appeal for Chauvin.

While the NYTwits did not give juror names, they did provide descriptions

The New York Times gave enough data on the Chauvin jurors to be able to seek them out.

There is no excuse for such terrorism through print

The New York Times and NBC are particularly blasé about this open terrorism. This is only eclipsed by the electronic book burning of the tech giants, Google, Facebook, and Twitter.

Activists show the cost of testifying against the Left

The Insider shows us how the house of an expert witness was coated with blood and defaced with a severed pig’s head.

Four days after the use-of-force expert Barry Brodd testified that Derek Chauvin’s actions while arresting George Floyd were “objectively reasonable,” his former home in California was vandalized.

press release from the Santa Rosa Police Department said the residents of Brodd’s former home were awakened shortly after 3 a.m. on Saturday “by a group of subjects who threw a pig’s head on their front porch and plastered blood on the front of their house.”

Police believed the group, dressed all in black, went on to vandalize a statue at the Santa Rosa Plaza mall with a similar substance, believed to be animal’s blood. A sign left behind at the statue read, “Oink, Oink.”

(Read more at the Insider)

If they can’t stop the witnesses, they will stop the jurors by this example

Surely this was brought to the review of the jurors (who were not sequestered). They may have been told not to watch the news, but their spouses likely saw things like this and said, “No decision you make is going to bring this to our house.”

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