I’m getting really tired of being right…

And no, I don’t mean being a Conservative. I mean I’m getting very tired of being correct in predicting the way that Liberals are going to act—because so far in 2021, it seems like I’m batting 1.000!

I was right when I told FreedomWire that Joe Biden would open the borders, raise gas prices, raise taxes, and spend his time hiding in the White House – and he’s done EXACTLY that since taking office back in January.

Some would say he’s taking the opposite approach of Trump, but the fact is that he’s being hidden for a reason. The more he opens his mouth, the more people realize this man shouldn’t be doing ANY job, let alone shouldering the burden of being the Leader of the Free Word – but I’m not telling you anything you don’t already know.

However, my prognostication powers don’t end there.

I’ve been able to correctly call a bunch of other things dealing with the way Liberals act.

This is a skill that picked up from my mentor, Kyle Hodgens, who used to freak me out with the way that he could predict the actions of the Left. I couldn’t figure out he did it.

Of course, here we are a decade later, and I totally get it now.

If you understand the nature of something, you understand how it will act—and I now have an understanding of Liberals that comes close to what Kyle’s was.

Why Murder Was The Wrong Charge For Chauvin

Which is why, when watching the stage being set for the trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin over the death of George Floyd, I could see what was going to happen, especially when you keep the facts of the tragedy in mind.

The size and scope of the trial itself is national—if not world—news. That was inevitable. Floyd’s death was too public and brought about too much destruction for this to be limited to a local affair.

However, I also knew that this trial was going to be dangerous because going for a murder conviction was a mistake given the actual evidence of the case…

The autopsy results show that Floyd didn’t die of asphyxiation but from a lethal dose of fentanyl, the same drug that killed Michael Jackson.

This is what the facts tell us.

So, while Chauvin’s actions were reprehensible and should be punished in some way, going for murder is going to be a mistake. There’s no way a jury will be able to fairly convict him for murder with the fentanyl fact being public knowledge.

But I also know that this is something the Left and those that believe that Floyd was murdered by Chauvin won’t be able to accept…

And Minneapolis was going to burn for it.

They’re going to explode, much like LA did after the Rodney King verdict—except this time we won’t have the victim asking, “can’t we all just get along?”

Now, this is what I knew going into the trial…

However, that knowledge is now being backed up, as a prominent BLM activist has basically told Minneapolis and the rest of the world what will happen if Chauvin walks.

BLM Warns The World

In a TikTok video, Maya Echols, a model and BLM activist, told her 500,000 followers, “If George Floyd’s murderer is not sentenced, just know that all hell is gonna break loose. Don’t be surprised when buildings are on fire. Just sayin’.”

They’re already setting the stage for this chaos because they KNOW that they’re not going to get a murder conviction. They’re simply looking for an excuse for the destruction that’s going to come.

Oh, and if you remember, Minneapolis defunded their police department last summer via a unanimous city council vote.

Now, crime has surged by triple digits in the city…

And if they thought the riots over the summer were bad, then they haven’t seen anything yet.

This is going to be bad.

Either justice will be perverted and Chauvin will be convicted of murder in order to appease the mob (reminiscent of the wild west days)…

Or justice will be served and Minneapolis will burn for it.

This is a lose/lose scenario that nobody is going to be happy with the outcome.

Keep your eyes on Minnesota. The verdict could affect peace in your city as well…

God protect us all.


“Justice consists not in being neutral between right and wrong, but finding out the right and upholding it, wherever found, against the wrong.” – Theodore Roosevelt