Radical Reactions To Chauvin Verdict Keep Country Divided

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    In a speech after the Derek Chauvin guilty verdict, the abhorrent Nancy Pelosi just thanked George Floyd for sacrificing his life.

    For Pelosi to even suggest that Floyd sacrificed his life like this and thanking him for it, as well as for calling out to his mother and saying he couldn’t breathe, it really sounds like Pelosi is thanking him for the huge political and racial gift he gave her and her Democratic colleagues to hammer on, to help foment civil unrest and to use to galvanize people against Trump.

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