Juror Admits Making Decisions Based on Need for Change and Not Evidence

Derek Chauvin is the center of attention as he was found guilty of murder while making a stop while serving as a police officer. The Black Lives Matter thugs took to the streets and wanted him to be put to death for doing his job. And if that were not enough to warrant concern, Maxine Waters would leave her state and fly to Minnesota to try and incite violence if the jury did not give them a guilty verdict.

The entire trial seems to have been a political mess. Derek Chauvin was guilty and never even considered to be innocent by the liberals. He stood for what they considered to be racism at its finest. And they wanted his blood to paint the streets red.

Now that the trial is over, people are hoping that things get back to normal. That was until Juror #52 had to open their big mouth and start making public statements that make it seem like Chauvin’s trial was nothing more than a political soap opera.

Brandon Mitchell is known as Juror #52. Her mouth showed up on television shortly after the trial. He hoped that he would make so fame off of his role in the court case. He alluded to the act that some people do not want to do jury duty. He thinks that there are some that cannot do their civic duty and show up to the jury selection process.

He was asked what he would tell people to get them to respond to their civic duty. And it was then that his messages start to reveal what happened in the courtroom. He noted that “I mean it’s important if we wanna see some change, we wanna see some things going different, we gotta get out there, get out into these avenues, get into these rooms to try to spark some change. Jury duty is one of those things. Jury duty. Voting. All of those things we gotta do.”

His words started to sound a lot like Maxine Waters was saying during the trial. He told people to get out there and do their part. Waters would tell people to take to the streets and make sure that they never forgot they were there. In other words, go ahead and kick people in the gut and take their wallets.

Mitchell saw his jury duty as a means to “spark some change.” That is not what a juror is supposed to be doing. It sounds like Mitchell said guilty because he wanted to make a statement for change.

Jurors are supposed to weigh the evidence and make their decision based on what is presented and not on how they feel about the political hype behind the moment. The fact that he wants to make a change and statement begs whether or not he violated the order not to watch the news or television during the trial. Because putting his face in the news would have clouded his thinking.

The biased juror noted that he believed the case would be massive, and he wanted his part to be well-recorded. This would be his chance to “make history.” He also stated that he “can’t imagine what it would be like if you were not there…if your voice was not in the room; your voice was necessary and needed in the room.”

His voice was needed in that room to make a judgment call based on evidence. A man’s life was on the line. And here, this juror goes into the trial wanting to make a statement for political change. He should have never been allowed to sit in as a juror. That group of people is supposed to be unbiased and ready to listen to the facts.

Derek Chauvin deserved a fair trial. And based on the messages that Mitchell is spreading around, the accused never got that trial. In the end, it looks like it was all a liberal setup as they stacked the jury just like they stacked the ballots during the 2020 election. Chauvin’s lawyer should be looking to appeal the case based on Juror #52 making his allusive statements.