George Floyd’s Nephew Arrested, Wait Until You Hear Why
The nephew of George Floyd, Cortez Rice was arrested this past week, and rightly so.
Rice was arrested in Waukesha in connection with his juror intimidation in the trials. He was charged with felony harassment and tampering with a juror or retaliating against a judicial officer.
No one is sure why he was even in Waukesha, but you know that this was where six people were killed and dozens were injured last month after Darrell Brooks drove his SUV through a Christmas parade.
During the Rittenhouse trial, Rice threatened the jury if they bring in a verdict he doesn’t like. In other words, if they don’t render a guilty verdict in the trial then they’re going to do something to the jury.
Cortez Rice, a relative of George Floyd, says people are taking photos of the jurors at the Kyle Rittenhouse trial. pic.twitter.com/xAF9GmHLFE
— Andy Ngô 🏳️🌈 (@MrAndyNgo) November 7, 2021
“I ain’t even gonna name the people that I know that’s up in the Kenosha trial. But it’s cameras in there. It’s definitely cameras up in there.
There’s definitely people taking pictures of the juries and everything like that. We know what’s going on, so we need the same results, man. We need the same results.”
Well, now he was arrested on what appears to be him trying to take some action to carry out his plans. What those plan are exactly, I’m not sure, but I can promise you it’s not to bring this person flowers and wish good things upon them.
This low-life piece of trash actually managed to find an apartment building where a Minneapolis judge lives and even live-streamed that he was there.
This is Cortez Rice, George Floyd’s nephew.
Online reports are that he somehow managed to get into an apartment building where a Minneapolis judge lives and live streamed it.
If this isn’t blatant intimidation then I don’t know what is??? pic.twitter.com/Gs1LwNEYq3
— italia_patriot3 (@Italia06998044) November 10, 2021
You know, it really makes me think about Twitter’s decision lately to post videos and images of people without their permission. Largely, I can see that it is going to lead some people to complain about not being able to share what they want and their First Amendment and such, and rightly so, I understand that completely. On the other hand, and here’s my hope, maybe it will turn people away from social media more and maybe we can slowly get back to the way things used to be before everyone dedicated their lives to the lord social media