Did she really just say that?
Fox News host Judge Jeanine Pirro recently praised the decision to convict police officer Derek Chauvin and said that the “facts” also supported the verdict.
She said, “Clearly, the verdict is supported by the facts. This case was extremely unusual. I’ve tried many murder cases and I’ve sat as a judge on murder cases. It is rare that you even get a picture of the victim in a murder case, other than maybe an autopsy photo. But, here, we had a living, breathing person that the jury was able to relate to every day, day after day, watching trauma of what he went through, begging for air, begging to breathe.”
“This was an emotional as well as an intellectual decision — and when I say that, make no mistake, the facts are solid on this verdict, this verdict will be held on appeal.”
And then Jeanine Pirro scolds Greg Gutfeld on air for saying “I’m glad that he was found guilty on all charges, even if he might not be guilty of all charges,” just to avoid any riots.
Pirro insists again that the evidence supports a guilty charge on all counts. pic.twitter.com/4ruKsUrngl
— Justin Baragona (@justinbaragona) April 20, 2021
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