DEREK CHAUVIN VERDICT IS IN: EXPECT KANSAS CITY PROTEST EITHER WAY!!!

Today is history . . .

Derek Chauvin verdict reached in trial over George Floyd's death - The death of George Floyd, a 46-year-old Black man, touched off international protests against police brutality and racial injustice.

Wisdom from a TOP ECHELON Kansas City Insider . . . 

"This isn't really about George Floyd anymore. You posted about continued outcry to remove the Chief. And there's more protesting about the end of evictions and continued cries for 'equity' from the public. This is a movement the trial is merely one focal point out of many. Of course the verdict is important but either way we'll see protesters taking center stage of the discourse . . . In Kansas City and across the nation."

The verdict hits in a bout an hour . . .

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  1. Too late to buy bread, milk and eggs?

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  2. It'll be a good time this weekend.

    But the quick verdict makes it seem like guilty.

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  3. There is going to be a delay while the protestors get word from central command on how they should best 'peacefully protest'.

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  4. It's okay. The protest will be mostly peaceful.

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  5. Oj jury out 4 hours, Anthony lady killed her daughter not guilty next day, zimmerman 1 day

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  6. White looter for justice4/20/21, 3:35 PM

    NOT Guilty please. I need a new laptop!

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  7. Not Guilty Please, Daddy needs a new flat-screen.

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  8. Kind of chilly out; rioters don't like chilly weather as they have to put a coat on, gloves, a hat, AND then grab their SJW sign and duffel bag of rocks which is a lot of work.

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  9. Kamala Harris is praying Joe Biden dies.

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  10. Hey is everyone's peaceful protest insurance paid up?

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  11. "Give us Barabbas"

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  12. Moses And The Israelites4/20/21, 3:59 PM

    ^^^ YESH!

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  13. All the race baiters there. The Reverend Jackson, Maxine Waters, Al Sharpton, BLM co-founder is in one of her high dollar homes. They’ll stir up hate whatever the verdict is and all the unemployed asswipes there will pay homage and part of their welfare checks to the black hate stirrers.

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  14. AWWWWWW, SORRY LI'L CHUCKLOWES, GUILTY ALL THE WAY 'ROUND! I'M SURE TUCKER CARLSON WILL GIVE YOU SOME TALKING POINT TO MASTURBATE TO LATER IF YOU JUST WAIT, OK?

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  15. GUILTY ON ALL COUNTS

    Now there is no reason to riot.

    Right?

    RIGHT?!!!

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  16. ^^^ they still demand all the free shit they can steal and burn and.......

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  17. I’m guessing the gators will find a way to protest and burn, loot, and murder. They been done wrong and they wants Dey money. 100 years from now, blacks will still by crying about something. Perpetual victims who are a bunch of thin skinned pussies.

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    1. Ok, Maude. Get back to Judge Judy.

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    2. Go get a job. Get out of mommy’s basement.

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  18. The appeals will get him off, those jurors were scared to death and rightly so, I would have refused to be a juror for fear of getting me and my family killed. They are out for blood and every sane person knows it.

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  19. Mad Max, Kamala and other Democrats belong in prison for inciting violence and trying to influence a jury. This country is run by the criminally insane.

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  20. Again, you chucklowes lost.

    Get over it.

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  21. Thank goodness; the price of plywood should now come back down.

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  22. No fatal shot on the street simians. Make them suffer!

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  23. R.I.P. Pink Floyd.

    Justice served.

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  24. I know nothing about D Chauvin, he may be the biggest prick in the world, but I could see how dealing with drug-addled ghetto inhabitants on the daily would wear at your soul. What I DO know, is a cop simply doing his job just got hung out to feed the mob. He'll be in prison for a long time to satisfy the communist thirst for white male blood in this complete show trial. A non-sequestered jury, WTF, the Yust trial had a sequestered jury for something that was mostly just covered here on TKC.

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  25. Go home, nothing to see here.

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  26. So all of Tony's fearmongering posts were for nothing.

    tsk tsk tsk

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  27. C'mon Man ! I spent an hour in Target yesterday hiding a Sony flat screen behind some work boots so it would still be there for me tonight in case I was the last one through the window.

    Son of a Bitch !

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  28. Ghost of George Floyd4/20/21, 4:28 PM

    I can’t breed!

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  29. Professor Garrison here..........o.k. class........ummmmmmmmmm..........I just want you to know that regardless of this verdict; America is a very racist country........ummmmmmmm........o.k. class dismissed.

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  30. George Floyd - drug free for 11 months!

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  31. Give the defense every one of their points. Criminal history, check. Tried to pass a counterfeit bill, check. Initially resisted arrest, check. Drugs in his system, check...

    None of that really matters when you watch the video of Chauvin kneeling on Floyd's neck for 9 minutes, after Floyd was obviously subdued and had calmed down, while he pleaded that he was struggling to breathe. That officer decided to play judge, jury, and executioner. There are lots of good, hard working, moral police officers. Based on Chauvin's actions, he's not one of them.

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  32. Captain Obvious4/20/21, 4:41 PM

    While they are celebrating nobody is thinking about how Maxine Waters handed the defense the keys to have this thrown out on appeal LMAO

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  33. Any excuse for a chimp out. Typical, typical.

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  34. The guilty verdict is BAD for their movement. It's based upon the narrative that racism is foundational and justice is unattainable. The jury just dealt a blow to the latter.

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  35. This cop was convicted for "Copping" while white. Reasonable doubt? He was categorically innocent and the autopsy results proved it. But..., who cares? The mob runs the country from the streets to the Capital.

    1) No evidence but the Jury not isolated and sees on TV and social media:
    2) Demands from the US President, US Vice-President, members of Congress and media for guilty verdict.
    3) Media working really hard to dox names and addresses of Jury.
    4)US President, US VP and members of congress endorse threatens to burn down cities if no guilt verdict.
    5) Media endorsed threats from members of congress and other leaders of the “civil rights movement”… guilty or we destroy your cities.
    6) Riots and armed BLM shown on TV, every day during the trial.
    Ex-Residence of a witness vandalized in CA.

    This was, as I have said, a Star Chamber Show Trial. Derek Chauvin is now marched up the hill to Golgotha where he will spend the next couple of decades in solitary confinement..., for doing his job.

    It's a fuckin disgrace and the United States is another country now, not my own.

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  36. 4:40. It all matters because another vantage point shows him kneeling on Floyd’s shoulder, not his neck. The medical examiner determined that Floyd did not die of asphyxiation. The video was enough to convict him in our dumbed down world where people think that what they see is the absolute truth but justice was not served.

    4:41. Not just Maxine Waters but President Puddingbrain himself tampered with the jury. This should be overturnable on appeal once the mobs have gone home.

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  37. I'm kinda surprised on guilty verdicts on 2d and 3d degree murder. Manslaughter, yes. But doesn't murder imply the decision to kill another?

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  38. ^^^The case ain't over till the appellate court sings.

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  39. The focal point being that over 100k black and brown have been killed in the past few decades. DOJ doesn't keep track of police repression.

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    1. They do keep track of black on black genocide. Do you?

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  40. Involuntary manslaughter would have been upholdable but murder, even second degree, is not supported by the facts at all.

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  41. That neck hold has been outlawed in other countries for decades. Cuff them fast. That all you do.

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  42. @ 4:26 - DC won't be in prison long, the blacks will kill him by kneeling on his neck within a month.

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  43. Hey MAGA's on this board. In the old days the KKK would never be convicted for murderous acts. Do you think this is where we should be today? You also seem to be very certain that there was something wrong with the outcome of the trial...I am pretty certain your views are not based upon a legal background, degree, education or study. Am I correct on this?

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    1. Hi there. It's not 1963 anymore.

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  44. Peaceful protesting again. Wait until it gets dark. The real fun will begin then!
    https://twitter.com/disclosetv/status/1384628197929717765

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  45. https://twitter.com/brandypapii/status/1384617812161871872

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  46. it is 1963 because Apartheid never ended in the US.

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    1. Thank you for proving your idiocy. Apartheid would not have elected a black president twice

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