This is Exactly Why Conservatives Should be Happy with the Chauvin Conviction

Put the cop haters on the defensive…

Speaking only for myself, I did watch an awful lot of the Chauvin trial on C-SPAN. Interestingly enough, as cited by AP News via US News & World Report, defense attorney Eric Nelson made sure that experts testified on Chauvin’s use of force (emphasis mine);

Chauvin attorney Eric Nelson called a police use-of-force expert and a forensic pathologist to help make the case that Chauvin acted reasonably against a struggling suspect and that Floyd died because of an underlying heart condition and his illegal drug use.

Needless to say, anti-cop groups such as Antifa, BLM, the Democrat Party, etc., are at varying degrees, pleased with the triple-convictions.

More than a few law and order conservatives (myself included) are of the opinion that Chauvin followed the Milwaukee Police Department’s escalation of force criteria.

After all, if the MPD’s use-of-force training is so lacking to the point where an officer might face murder charges if he should actually use them, then any reasonable individual would think that the MPD’s Chief of Police would have that entire use-of-force syllabus overhauled.

But he didn’t. Just so you know, MPD’s chief is ethnically Afro-Caribbean.

Nonetheless, anyone of the opinion that Chauvin was wrongfully convicted, here’s a bit of advice; accept it. Not only should we accept it, we should embrace it.

Here’s why… when any given cop hater brings up the Chauvin trial, simply respond with “Chauvin was found guilty on two murder charges and one manslaughter charge. So you’re agreeing with me that the system works?”

Not only will said cop hater not respond, he’ll also just stare at you rather stupidly.

Here’s the next step; Joe Chi Minh possibly interfered with the jury’s deliberations when he very publicly stated that he was amenable to findings of guilty,

Gasoline Maxine Waters clearly alluded that the anti-cops mobs should resort to violence if Chauvin were to be acquitted (emphasis mine);

“We’ve got to get more confrontational. We’ve got to make sure that they know that we mean business.”

Don’t forget, from the bench, Judge Peter Cahill plainly stated in open court to defense attorney Eric Nelson (emphasis mine);

I wish elected officials would stop talking about this case, especially in a way that is disrespectful to the rule of law and to the judicial branch in our function.”

“I’ll give you that Congresswoman Waters may have given you something on appeal that may result in this whole trial being overturned.

I don’t know about the rest of you, but I get the impression that Eric Nelson will seek Chauvin’s conviction to be overturned… even if he has to go all the way to the Supreme Court

If and when that happens, we can always say to the cop haters, “We agreed with you that Chauvin was found guilty in a correct and legal manner. But don’t get mad at Chauvin for the case being thrown out on appeal. Get mad at Xiden and Crazy Maxine for trying to strongarm the jury. Wouldn’t you agree that they should have kept their mouths shut until after jury came back with a decision.”

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