The verdict is all but assured but, then again, nothing is guaranteed in this life.
Accordingly, the legal aftermath to MONTHS of rioting last year will anger extremists, embolden criminals, spark activist outrage and has the potential to set the nation on fire yet again. It's as important as any football game but not at all fun.
Let's not forget that Kansas City's oldest entertainment district was decimated by protesters angered after the alleged murder of George Floyd by way of a horrific snuff video that earned global news coverage.
Even worse . . . We expect progressive politicos across the nation to weigh in and worsen the partisan divide with desperate attempts to mug for the spotlight. Meanwhile, mainstream conservatives don't want any part of this discussion and will dutifully remain silent whilst their alt-right counterparts risk driving away voters and/or sacrifice their careers as pundits with sketchy racially charged arguments.
The debate over police tactics will, justifiably, persists as crime numbers continue to creep up in big cities across the nation.
This one won't be as flashy as the O.J. trial but might be far more important in determining the fate of the nation.
Check the links . . .
Rolling Stone: Derek Chauvin’s Trial for the Murder of George Floyd Begins
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