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After hearing from Minneapolis prosecutors, Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, George Floyd’s family, Democrat leaders in Congress, and Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz regarding the guilty verdict announced today against Derek Chauvin, the nation heard Kamala Harris and Joe Biden’s reaction to the verdict and their “criminal justice reform” plans going forward.
Harris spoke first, thanking the jury, acknowledging Floyd’s family, and saying:
Today we feel a sigh of relief. Still, it cannot take away the pain. A measure of justice isn’t the same as equal justice. This verdict brings us a step closer, and, the fact is, we still have work to do.
She then brought up the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act she co-authored last year and which failed to pass the Senate, saying that it’s “part of George Floyd’s legacy” and that she and Biden would continue to push the Senate to pass it.
Before finally passing the mic to Biden, Harris performed the requisite blathering on about systemic racism.