‘End Policing’: Michael Moore Celebrates Chauvin Verdict, Says Free All ‘Innocent Black And Brown’ People In Prison


Katie Jerkovich Entertainment Reporter
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Michael Moore celebrated Derek Chauvin’s guilty verdict in George Floyd’s death and said now it’s time to “end policing as we know it.”

“YES!!In handcuffs!” the 66-year-old filmmaker tweeted to his many followers after the verdict came down on Tuesday. (RELATED: ‘Do Not Result To Looting Or Violence’: George Floyd’s Uncle Asks For Peace Ahead Of Derek Chauvin Trial)

“Now on to the work!” he added. “All of us demand an end to white supremacy and white privilege. (RELATED: Kamala Harris’ Sister Says A ‘Just Verdict’ Not The Same ‘As Justice’ After Chauvin Found Guilty On All Counts)

“How many innocent black and brown [people] are in prison?” Moore continued in his post. “Free them all! Arrest all police who break the law. Remove all racist cops. End policing as we know it. It doesn’t work.” (RELATED: Facebook, Twitter Do Not Censor Video Of Maxine Waters Encouraging Protesters ‘To Get More Confrontational’)

A Minnesota jury found Derek Chauvin guilty on Tuesday of second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter in the death of George Floyd.