Video footage from a bail bond hearing in Broward County, Florida shows Judge John Hurley shutting down the pleas of a left-wing defense attorney who invokes the false narrative that “unarmed black men are being killed by police in this country.”
“He’s running from the scene because shots are being fired,” the lawyer says, to which the judge replies, “And he’s got a holster on.”
“Your Honor, in light of what’s happening in this country, uh, with, with unarmed black black men being killed by police – ” the lawyer spuuters.
Judge Hurley waves his hand dismissively at the attorney’s attempt to invoke statistically false Black lives Matter tropes.”Don’t hand me that, don’t hand me that [garbage] – don’t even go down that road, I’m not gonna let you go down that road, that is so off-base.”
“We’ve got a young man, I don’t care what color he is, he’s in a neighborhood he doesn’t live in at 1:41 in the morning, hiding under somebody’s dock in the water with a holster on after a police officer had a shot taken at him,” the judge continues. “Don’t hand me this, ‘he’s a black man running from police brutality,’ look, that is not appropriate in this case, that’s not there. I’m not gonna let you poison this case.”
Must watch. No BS law and order judge puts woke attorney in his place. pic.twitter.com/fac1sMWghe
— Kambree (@KamVTV) May 6, 2021
The judge went on to set the defendant’s bond at $100,000, causing the suspect to dejectedly put his faces in his hands.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis recently signed legislation allowing citizens to defend themselves against Black Lives Matter rioters:
In a move meant to uphold law and order and avoid a repeat of the summer of leftist riots seen last year, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has signed a bill which increases criminal penalties for crimes committed during riots and helps protect law enforcement agencies from local governments.
On Monday morning, during the signing ceremony, Gov. DeSantis declared that “It is the strongest anti-rioting, pro-law enforcement piece of legislation in the country, and there’s just nothing even close.” The bill became law effective immediately.