STARNES: There’s a Difference Between Justice and Street Justice
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The following is a transcript of Todd’s morning radio commentary.
Hello Americans. I’m Todd Starnes with news and commentary next.
There is unease and unrest around the nation after the Derek Chauvin verdict. The ex-Minneapolis police officer convicted of killing George Floyd.
He faces nearly three decades in prison.
Activists say justice still has not been served. And I would tend to agree — but for a different reason.
I’m not so sure that Mr. Chauvin got a fair trial.
Everyone from Maxine Waters to the White House had already rendered a verdict – and Ms. Waters strongly hinted that anything other than a guilty verdict would result in an all-out war.
One local newspaper even threatened to release personal information about the jurors.
In other words – unless you find this man guilty – the mob will burn down your city and dox your families.
What happened in Minneapolis does not sound as much like justice as it does a human sacrifice.
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