Program Championed by Kamala Let Alleged Violent Rioter Walk Free Twice – Now Look What Authorities Say He’s Done
George Floyd’s death in late May after a police officer, Derek Chauvin, knelt on his neck sent shockwaves around America, sparking Black Lives Matter protests and riots across the country. As is all too common in such a heavily polarized period in U.S. history, the death of Floyd and the events that ensued were immediately politicized by both sides in an attempt to prove or disprove established narratives, even before all of the facts regarding Floyd’s death, including varying autopsy reports, had emerged. As the summer progressed, organized protests occurred in all of the major cities around the nation, including New York, Chicago and Los Angeles, among others. According to The New York Times, the protests have attracted up to 26 million people all around the country since Floyd’s death.