Old 04-01-2021, 12:23   #1
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Chauvin Trial

In case any of you haven't had the time to pay attention, every day of the Derek Chauvin trial has been a huge win for the defense. Surveillance video from the convenience store backs up the toxicology report and shows Floyd behaving like someone with a lethal dose of Fentanyl in his system and attempting to buy the cheapest item in the convenience store, a banana, not cigarettes, with a fake $20 so he could pocket the change. Photos from the police that have yet to been seen show Chauvin's knee clearly on Floyd's back, not his neck. "Star" witnesses by the prosecution have been a laughingstock - a self-proclaimed MMA fighter, one of Floyd's romantic partners, and an openly biased white savior female EMT who was reprimanded by the court.

It's shaping up to be a clear exoneration, which means that we are in store for violence that will make 2020 look like practice. There is always the chance that the jurors get doxxed and intimidated, the New York Times just published a story yesterday (written by Shaila Dewan and Tim Arango - remember their names) that laid out everything the media knows about the jurors, proving that the media truly is the enemy of the people. But, it still looks like Chauvin will be found not guilty if the truth ends up mattering at all in this circumstance.

Also, FWIW, the McMichaels trial is trending in the same direction. It has come to light that Ahmed Aurbery was a notorious thief in the area who used the guise of "jogging" as a cover for repeated robberies. He was known to local businesses and law enforcement as "The Jogger," shattering the media-driven myth that he was just out for a jog that day. Plus, the video clearly shows him attacking the McMichaels.

Buckle up people, and start planning for this now. Reach out across your communities and come up with a plan to defend yourselves, your property, and your families. BLM/Antifa has been openly saying they will burn this country down if these men are not convicted, and they have said that they will target the suburbs and rural areas instead of just the cities. It'd be unwise to assume they are bluffing.
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Old 04-01-2021, 13:13   #2
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Buckle up people, and start planning for this now. Reach out across your communities and come up with a plan to defend yourselves, your property, and your families. BLM/Antifa has been openly saying they will burn this country down if these men are not convicted, and they have said that they will target the suburbs and rural areas instead of just the cities. It'd be unwise to assume they are bluffing.
I'm sure we'll only see mostly peaceful protests.
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Old 04-01-2021, 13:38   #3
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Evidence versus the George Floyd narrative

Evidence versus the George Floyd narrative

https://www.washingtontimes.com/news...oyd-narrative/

"...What they may not have seen, and the jurors should view, is a much longer treatment of the scene that begins with a store owner approaching a police officer, claiming a man, later identified as Floyd, had passed off a counterfeit $20 bill. The owner points to a car across the street. He says the man is in it.

In a video compilation from police body cameras, bystanders and a shop camera, Floyd is in an agitated state, first saying, “please, don’t shoot me,” then refusing to put his hands on the steering wheel and later resisting officers. He occasionally appears incoherent and struggles with officers attempting to place him in a police car...."

Much, much more at the link.

Of course none of it is being put out by the Democrat Propaganda Department (The lamestream press).
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Old 04-01-2021, 13:45   #4
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Evidence versus the George Floyd narrative

https://www.washingtontimes.com/news...oyd-narrative/

"...What they may not have seen, and the jurors should view, is a much longer treatment of the scene that begins with a store owner approaching a police officer, claiming a man, later identified as Floyd, had passed off a counterfeit $20 bill. The owner points to a car across the street. He says the man is in it.

In a video compilation from police body cameras, bystanders and a shop camera, Floyd is in an agitated state, first saying, “please, don’t shoot me,” then refusing to put his hands on the steering wheel and later resisting officers. He occasionally appears incoherent and struggles with officers attempting to place him in a police car...."

Much, much more at the link.

Of course none of it is being put out by the Democrat Propaganda Department (The lamestream press).
To be fair Republicans cowered just as quick as Democrats when this originally happened. This is a not a Democrat-specific issue. This is the entire establishment versus its productive citizenry.
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Old 04-01-2021, 14:08   #5
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To be fair Republicans cowered just as quick as Democrats when this originally happened. This is a not a Democrat-specific issue. This is the entire establishment versus its productive citizenry.
By all means...it's a "systemic" societal problem....that needs dire attention...

It will self implode, you can't go on acting like this and having "peaceful" protests without even pissing the sympathizers off eventually.. They will hopefully start eating their own...
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The outcome of the trial is not likely to matter in terms of the violence that will be visited on society by the BLM/Antifan cartel. Acquittal, partial guilty on minor charge, or full-on guilty with sentence of several centuries will not be sufficient to prevent what's planned. Acquittal will be rage, with assault, vandalism, arson & murder in a mostly peaceful quest for justice. Guilty will be vindication & empowerment, with assault, vandalism, arson & murder in a mostly peaceful affirmation of justice.

There will be some more opioid epidemic talk and internet mention of someone having more than 3x the usual fatal level of fentanyl in their system will get one booted from Twatter & Zuckbook.

The suggestion to ID and clarify things with those around you who will stand to protect home & hearth in a community is a good one.
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On the flip side, those protest-riot-burn areas will be fully without COVID so actually a biologically safe place to hang out!
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Old 04-01-2021, 13:43   #8
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...and Floyd's "girlfriend" just identified the man who was in the car with Floyd at the time of his arrest as his drug dealer.

This is going to be an epic trial.
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