MSNBC Analyst Goes Off the Rails When He Gets Exactly the Chauvin Verdict That He Wanted

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MSNBC’s Jason John­son claimed Tues­day that a guilty ver­dict for Derek Chau­vin was not actu­al­ly proof the sys­tem was work­ing. Chau­vin, a for­mer Min­neapo­lis police offi­cer, was con­vict­ed on all charges for his role in the death of George Floyd — and John­son explained why he did not believe that ver­dict was cause for cel­e­bra­tion. (RELATED: ‘Thank­ful For The Verdict’—Tim Scott Reacts To Chau­vin Being Found Guilty Of All Charges, Calls It ‘A Mon­u­men­tal Day’) WATCH: “I actu­al­ly always thought that he would be found guilty because it’s sort of a cul­tur­al make-up call, but I’m not …


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