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The Political Take of the Harris/Biden Administration on the Floyd/Chauvin Case

DGS49

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Over the past few days we have witnessed one of the worst examples of political pandering in recent generations, and it appears to have gone completely unnoticed.

Nowhere in the public record about the George Floyd/Derrick Chauvin case is there any evidence that Chauvin is a racist, or that this particular homicide was motivated by racism. His past record has been pored over, his public and private statements have been sifted endlessly, and his detractors have come up with bupkis, when it comes to racial animus. He was an occasionally-rogue cop who committed an act of criminal negligence and cruelty. In fact, the Civil Rights Division of the DoJ hasn't even mentioned prosecuting Chauvin on civil rights grounds because there is no evidence to support such a charge. There is no indication anywhere that Floyd was treated any differently than if his ancestors had come to America on the Mayflower.

And yet, at the Harris/Biden news conference immediately following the conviction, those worthies immediately and openly stated that the crime had been motivated by racial hatred, and was a clear manifestation of the dreaded "endemic racism" that plagues our justice system.

There is no possible motivation for this characterization of the events other than raw political/race pandering. It could accurately have been described as gross police misconduct, for which certain systemic changes might be warranted. But to treat it as they did was a grotesque insult to every white police officer in America - every white PERSON in America - for which a sincere apology is warranted. Not that anyone expects to hear one.

Leftists are evil.
 

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Over the past few days we have witnessed one of the worst examples of political pandering in recent generations, and it appears to have gone completely unnoticed.

Nowhere in the public record about the George Floyd/Derrick Chauvin case is there any evidence that Chauvin is a racist, or that this particular homicide was motivated by racism. His past record has been pored over, his public and private statements have been sifted endlessly, and his detractors have come up with bupkis, when it comes to racial animus. He was an occasionally-rogue cop who committed an act of criminal negligence and cruelty. In fact, the Civil Rights Division of the DoJ hasn't even mentioned prosecuting Chauvin on civil rights grounds because there is no evidence to support such a charge. There is no indication anywhere that Floyd was treated any differently than if his ancestors had come to America on the Mayflower.

And yet, at the Harris/Biden news conference immediately following the conviction, those worthies immediately and openly stated that the crime had been motivated by racial hatred, and was a clear manifestation of the dreaded "endemic racism" that plagues our justice system.

There is no possible motivation for this characterization of the events other than raw political/race pandering. It could accurately have been described as gross police misconduct, for which certain systemic changes might be warranted. But to treat it as they did was a grotesque insult to every white police officer in America - every white PERSON in America - for which a sincere apology is warranted. Not that anyone expects to hear one.

Leftists are evil.

I did not see the Biden/Harris news conference, but I am sure that it was very moving.

Our great leader wanted to assure African Americans and Hispanic Americans that they have a friend, a brother, a father in the White House.

This year, Mr. Biden, surrounded by African American leaders, may sign the reparations bill. When he stands up to shake hands (or bump elbows) with the (weeping) attendees, there will be in the background the touching strains of "We Shall Overcome."

We are all so lucky to have this Good Man in office. He does not have even the slightest touch of racism in his bones.

I am sure that our African American & Hispanic American brothers and sisters recognize what a caring man Mr. Biden is and that they have 100% trust in his promise to wipe out racism.

So this year should finally see an end to all violent crimes, for Mr. Biden's words have certainly touched the hearts of young gentlemen who were formerly robbing, sucker punching, looting, raping, and murdering.

Furthermore, all interactions between drivers and cops will now be joyous events, in which both sides treat each other with respect, as requested by Mr. Biden. In fact, each interaction will end with the driver and cop hugging each other while they hum the Black National Anthem.
 
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Over the past few days we have witnessed one of the worst examples of political pandering in recent generations, and it appears to have gone completely unnoticed.

Nowhere in the public record about the George Floyd/Derrick Chauvin case is there any evidence that Chauvin is a racist, or that this particular homicide was motivated by racism. His past record has been pored over, his public and private statements have been sifted endlessly, and his detractors have come up with bupkis, when it comes to racial animus. He was an occasionally-rogue cop who committed an act of criminal negligence and cruelty. In fact, the Civil Rights Division of the DoJ hasn't even mentioned prosecuting Chauvin on civil rights grounds because there is no evidence to support such a charge. There is no indication anywhere that Floyd was treated any differently than if his ancestors had come to America on the Mayflower.

And yet, at the Harris/Biden news conference immediately following the conviction, those worthies immediately and openly stated that the crime had been motivated by racial hatred, and was a clear manifestation of the dreaded "endemic racism" that plagues our justice system.

There is no possible motivation for this characterization of the events other than raw political/race pandering. It could accurately have been described as gross police misconduct, for which certain systemic changes might be warranted. But to treat it as they did was a grotesque insult to every white police officer in America - every white PERSON in America - for which a sincere apology is warranted. Not that anyone expects to hear one.

Leftists are evil.
Do you honestly believe Chauvin would of kneeled on the neck of a white man for over 9 mins. I don't.
 

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Over the past few days we have witnessed one of the worst examples of political pandering in recent generations, and it appears to have gone completely unnoticed.

Nowhere in the public record about the George Floyd/Derrick Chauvin case is there any evidence that Chauvin is a racist, or that this particular homicide was motivated by racism. His past record has been pored over, his public and private statements have been sifted endlessly, and his detractors have come up with bupkis, when it comes to racial animus. He was an occasionally-rogue cop who committed an act of criminal negligence and cruelty. In fact, the Civil Rights Division of the DoJ hasn't even mentioned prosecuting Chauvin on civil rights grounds because there is no evidence to support such a charge. There is no indication anywhere that Floyd was treated any differently than if his ancestors had come to America on the Mayflower.

And yet, at the Harris/Biden news conference immediately following the conviction, those worthies immediately and openly stated that the crime had been motivated by racial hatred, and was a clear manifestation of the dreaded "endemic racism" that plagues our justice system.

There is no possible motivation for this characterization of the events other than raw political/race pandering. It could accurately have been described as gross police misconduct, for which certain systemic changes might be warranted. But to treat it as they did was a grotesque insult to every white police officer in America - every white PERSON in America - for which a sincere apology is warranted. Not that anyone expects to hear one.

Leftists are evil.
The Trump Admin opened up a Civil Rights investigation months ago, right after his murder.
 

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Do you honestly believe Chauvin would of kneeled on the neck of a white man for over 9 mins. I don't.
He may have- which is speculation- as is your opinion- what you apparently don't know is simple English, and what he would of done.
An online dictionary can be your friend.
 

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Over the past few days we have witnessed one of the worst examples of political pandering in recent generations, and it appears to have gone completely unnoticed.

Nowhere in the public record about the George Floyd/Derrick Chauvin case is there any evidence that Chauvin is a racist, or that this particular homicide was motivated by racism. His past record has been pored over, his public and private statements have been sifted endlessly, and his detractors have come up with bupkis, when it comes to racial animus. He was an occasionally-rogue cop who committed an act of criminal negligence and cruelty. In fact, the Civil Rights Division of the DoJ hasn't even mentioned prosecuting Chauvin on civil rights grounds because there is no evidence to support such a charge. There is no indication anywhere that Floyd was treated any differently than if his ancestors had come to America on the Mayflower.

And yet, at the Harris/Biden news conference immediately following the conviction, those worthies immediately and openly stated that the crime had been motivated by racial hatred, and was a clear manifestation of the dreaded "endemic racism" that plagues our justice system.

There is no possible motivation for this characterization of the events other than raw political/race pandering. It could accurately have been described as gross police misconduct, for which certain systemic changes might be warranted. But to treat it as they did was a grotesque insult to every white police officer in America - every white PERSON in America - for which a sincere apology is warranted. Not that anyone expects to hear one.

Leftists are evil.
Do you honestly believe Chauvin would of kneeled on the neck of a white man for over 9 mins. I don't.
Why would he have to? White men aren't stupid enough to keep resisting arrest and fighting the officers multiple times. Are you snorting coke or something?
 

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The verdict is racist. It reifies Chauvin’s role in asphyxia while disregarding fentanyl’s role in asphyxia. They cannot be separated because both asphyxias were occurring simultaneously in the same organism. The trial was a pornographic joke, because no video was possible showing the fentanyl asphyxia to the jury.
 

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Over the past few days we have witnessed one of the worst examples of political pandering in recent generations, and it appears to have gone completely unnoticed.

Nowhere in the public record about the George Floyd/Derrick Chauvin case is there any evidence that Chauvin is a racist, or that this particular homicide was motivated by racism. His past record has been pored over, his public and private statements have been sifted endlessly, and his detractors have come up with bupkis, when it comes to racial animus. He was an occasionally-rogue cop who committed an act of criminal negligence and cruelty. In fact, the Civil Rights Division of the DoJ hasn't even mentioned prosecuting Chauvin on civil rights grounds because there is no evidence to support such a charge. There is no indication anywhere that Floyd was treated any differently than if his ancestors had come to America on the Mayflower.

And yet, at the Harris/Biden news conference immediately following the conviction, those worthies immediately and openly stated that the crime had been motivated by racial hatred, and was a clear manifestation of the dreaded "endemic racism" that plagues our justice system.

There is no possible motivation for this characterization of the events other than raw political/race pandering. It could accurately have been described as gross police misconduct, for which certain systemic changes might be warranted. But to treat it as they did was a grotesque insult to every white police officer in America - every white PERSON in America - for which a sincere apology is warranted. Not that anyone expects to hear one.

Leftists are evil.
Lifelong thug good, policeman bad......perfect Dim logic.
 

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Over the past few days we have witnessed one of the worst examples of political pandering in recent generations, and it appears to have gone completely unnoticed.

Nowhere in the public record about the George Floyd/Derrick Chauvin case is there any evidence that Chauvin is a racist, or that this particular homicide was motivated by racism. His past record has been pored over, his public and private statements have been sifted endlessly, and his detractors have come up with bupkis, when it comes to racial animus. He was an occasionally-rogue cop who committed an act of criminal negligence and cruelty. In fact, the Civil Rights Division of the DoJ hasn't even mentioned prosecuting Chauvin on civil rights grounds because there is no evidence to support such a charge. There is no indication anywhere that Floyd was treated any differently than if his ancestors had come to America on the Mayflower.

And yet, at the Harris/Biden news conference immediately following the conviction, those worthies immediately and openly stated that the crime had been motivated by racial hatred, and was a clear manifestation of the dreaded "endemic racism" that plagues our justice system.

There is no possible motivation for this characterization of the events other than raw political/race pandering. It could accurately have been described as gross police misconduct, for which certain systemic changes might be warranted. But to treat it as they did was a grotesque insult to every white police officer in America - every white PERSON in America - for which a sincere apology is warranted. Not that anyone expects to hear one.

Leftists are evil.

No one cares what you think. Maybe you'll get that now. I'm doubtful.
 
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The PRESUMPTION OF RACIST motivation, in the absence of any evidence to support it, is the point of this posting.

A rational, highly motivated President would have used this as a UNITING event, emphasizing the need to review policing as it concerns all Americans, to minimize violence and the chances of death in police encounters. Instead, Biden used this to DIVIDE the nation.

Because the Democrats are fearful that many more Blacks will join the Trump Nation, as they slowly come to realize the price they are paying for the BidenHarris disastrous policies, especially with respect to IMMIGRATION.
 

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It's truly disgusting how Dimocrat politicians have lied and used this tragedy to enrich their power.
 

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Biden is making the Trump presidency seem like the golden age of unity!
 

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Over the past few days we have witnessed one of the worst examples of political pandering in recent generations, and it appears to have gone completely unnoticed.

Nowhere in the public record about the George Floyd/Derrick Chauvin case is there any evidence that Chauvin is a racist, or that this particular homicide was motivated by racism. His past record has been pored over, his public and private statements have been sifted endlessly, and his detractors have come up with bupkis, when it comes to racial animus. He was an occasionally-rogue cop who committed an act of criminal negligence and cruelty. In fact, the Civil Rights Division of the DoJ hasn't even mentioned prosecuting Chauvin on civil rights grounds because there is no evidence to support such a charge. There is no indication anywhere that Floyd was treated any differently than if his ancestors had come to America on the Mayflower.

And yet, at the Harris/Biden news conference immediately following the conviction, those worthies immediately and openly stated that the crime had been motivated by racial hatred, and was a clear manifestation of the dreaded "endemic racism" that plagues our justice system.

There is no possible motivation for this characterization of the events other than raw political/race pandering. It could accurately have been described as gross police misconduct, for which certain systemic changes might be warranted. But to treat it as they did was a grotesque insult to every white police officer in America - every white PERSON in America - for which a sincere apology is warranted. Not that anyone expects to hear one.

Leftists are evil.
Anything the harris / Biden administration can do to put down America and Americans is what they will do . Someone must prove what a fraud this last election was .
 

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