Here’s what he had to say…
Recently on CNN, political commentator Van Jones angrily stated that George Floyd drug use was irrelevant and he was still murdered by police.
According to Breitbart, Jones stated, Well, the reality is there are a lot of people in our country that use a lot of stuff. People are smoking. They are drinking. They are popping pills. I mean, we have an addicted society, and yet that’s not a capital crime. Using a controlled substance in the United States is not a death sentence. Many people who are watching have used controlled substances, even within the past week. That’s not a capital crime. There is a standard in our country called excessive force. If you use more force than is necessary to effect an arrest, that’s an excessive use of force. It’s completely inconceivable — listen, he was fighting back. Nobody argues with that. Listen, he was resisting. Nobody argues with that, but once you have him on the ground and he’s handcuffed, he’s under control at that point, he can’t do anything, and do you not have to continue to strangle him. Yes, he was apparently on something, but it was no reason for him to die that day.”
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