September 29, 2020

Trey Gowdy on George Floyd case: it was murder

Trey Gowdy has a long reputation for saying it like it is. He’s also an experienced prosecutor.

So when he weighed in on the George Floyd case, people took notice. Gowdy, like President Trump, was horrified by the video.

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15 Responses

  1. I totally agree with Trey Gowdy. Have no idea why it would of taken so long to arrest. Its so disgusting how this is turning out.

    1. They think they’re above the law and can do whatever they want to do…They’re suppose to put the handcuffs on him and haul him to jail..The court will issue the case…But, those asscrazz cops, will be seeing the judge and the JURY in court…Then the final decision will be up to the jury..

      Those accrass cops, is the one that got too many people angry and destroy part of the city…

      Time for them to be in PRISON OR FIRE them and lose all of their pay, insurance and pension…

  2. I also dont understand how the officers near the policeman who killed him didnt grab him by the arm and pulled him away from him!

  3. As usual, Trey Gowdy is correct. I hated to see him retire because he was & still is always on point. I’m glad to read that he still weighs in on many topics. I understand why he left but I love the fact that he is still involved.

  4. The officer is facing charges
    Unless something happened when attempting to put him in the car I can’t imagine what a person could since he was in hand cuffs.
    The person will be tried in a court.
    The same courts the rioters who committed the felonious damages.

  5. No one should be adding their belief of what happened to Floyd, wait for all the facts, that is what America values believes in. Maybe Floyd died from heart failure or some other cause other than choking, ever think of that experts of nothing. Do not break the law and prevent police confrontation, maybe things like this will never happen.

    1. While I agree that we need to wait and hear what happened exactly, I wonder if you would say the same thing to the violent demonstrators? I have no problem with the peaceful demonstrators with signs, just upset over the apparent injustice. But these rioters, very LIKELY brought in from out of each state and most likely WELL PAID, are another story. Is setting fires and throwing bricks a constitutional right? They play on people’s anger. The minute you loot a store or burn a building or vehicle, your rights end. You violated someone else’s right. You are a thief, an anarchist, and you should be the next one to be arrested.

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