You have heard it all. The cop was a monster killer. Floyd was a boy scout. The word ‘Justice now!’ is given a platform, and is code for ‘we want OUR verdict.’ Everybody apparently is on the ‘protest’ bandwagon, and nobody will be satisfied until a jury finds the policeman guilty of murder.
But not so fast. Mind you, this is my opinion, but haven’t we been told ‘innocent until proven guilty?’ Doesn’t seem that way. When asked how they will proceed, all interested parties set forth their demands: conviction. Guilty already, without ALL evidence.
Consider that small word ‘proven.’ Sure the video was telling, but all we hear is the point of view of the man who had a knee to his head. I want to hear from the policeman. I want to hear what happened, what was said, BEFORE the man ended up on the ground.
Is it possible, and I raise the possibility, that said policeman feared for his own life? Is it possible that Floyd threatened him, his family, with death, the minute he could stand? Surely you have heard of ruses used by men who say ‘I can’t breathe,’ then when released, stand up and attack with a vengeance he who was holding him down? Criminal behavior follows the morally bankrupt. So here is reasonable doubt if so.
Have not officers dealt with lying men and women in that situation before? Was the policeman intentionally trying to end a life? Was he holding a gun to his head? What was said?
You have also heard that witnesses are sought that paint the cop as a monster, but you do not hear one word as to video that would help the policeman. And the riots? Really? Cars stolen from dealership to PROTEST?
An ER doctor cant get to his emergency because roads are blocked, and everybody applauds the carnage. One policeman in a dubious looking photo, but I refuse to get onboard and say guilty of murder before the evidence says as much.
And the fact that Cooper, Wolf, Brooke, Cuomo, etc etc, are not interested in ALL evidence, is a sad day in America when people who are clueless find a man guilty without hearing all the facts.
Surely no reasonable person could argue against my points.
(btw, the reason the military was involved, was the policemen’s hands were tied while they were being bricked as they watched their cars burn. So yeah, liberalism and its insidious poisonous policies is why the military was needed. )