March 4, 2021
Full Disclosure: I believe that Lee Harvey Oswald was NOT acting alone in the assassination of President Kennedy. I believe there had to have been at least one other shooter.
While I would not characterize myself as a conspiracy theorist, I do believe in conspiracies in general and certain conspiracies in particular. Anyone who does not believe that history is replete with conspiracies does not possess a functional knowledge of history.
That said, I believe we are watching a conspiracy unfold concerning the trial of Derek Chauvin, the ex-Minneapolis police officer charged with murdering George Floyd.
First, I do not believe that anyone who examines the evidence dispassionately would conclude anything other than:
Chauvin was utilizing an approved technique to subdue a suspect
George Floyd was out of control, and that the use of said technique was justified by his behavior
George Floyd’s death was not the direct result of Chauvin’s actions but due, primarily, to a combination of heart disease and a fatal amount of drugs in his bloodstream
Second, I believe that those who stand poised to create havoc in Minneapolis and other urban areas are aware that evidence to convict Chauvin on a murder charge is slim at best.
Third, I suspect that the agitators do not really want Chauvin to be found guilty. A guilty verdict would end the whole affair and they do not want this to go away. A guilty verdict will take wind from their sails. The agitators want a verdict of not guilty because that will allow them to advance their claim that America is inherently racist and needs, therefore, to be dismantled and put back together again in Marx’s image (according to their demands).
If Chauvin is found guilty, they’ll have to pack up and go home. If he is found not guilty, they will have all the excuse they need to begin creating mayhem, to begin the dismantling.
Fourth, if they create mayhem, Biden will act as did college administrators when leftists, including yours truly, created mayhem on college campuses across the USA in the late 1960s and early 1970s: to wit, he will appease and enable them.
Fifth, appeasing and enabling them will “require” abridgements of our collective civil liberties. Gun confiscation? Suppression of free speech (selectively enforced)? Forced reparations? Suppression of freedom of assembly (selectively enforced)? Suspension of the Fourth Amendment? At that point, my crystal ball becomes opaque. All it tells me is “Things are going to get bad, so be prepared.”
Sixth, we will wish we could revisit November 3, 2020.
Copyright 2021, John K. Rosemond