Following the conclusion of the trial of former Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin, NFL legend Brett Favre said he found it difficult to to believe that George Floyd was killed “intentionally” last year.
Chauvin on Tuesday was found guilty by a Minneapolis-area jury of each of the three counts he faced in the May 25, 2020, death of Floyd. Chauvin, pending a successful appeal, will presumably spend years in prison after being found guilty of two murder charges and one charge of manslaughter.
While the Chauvin verdict was largely celebrated by the establishment media, athletes across the sports world and others, Favre was not quick to rush to judgment with regard to the former cop’s motives when he encountered Floyd last May.
He signaled on Wednesday’s “Bolling With Favre” podcast, in which the Hall of Famer discussed the murder convictions with conservative commentator Eric Bolling, that he wasn’t sold on the prosecution’s