‘I can’t breathe’, that wasn’t just George Floyd

Former first girl Michelle Obama has taken a refined swipe at Donald Trump after he failed to claim victory in the US election.



As rival Joe Biden crossed the 270 threshold needed to win, with AP’s election count reporting the Democrat secured Pennsylvania, former adviser in the Obama administration Van Jones advised CNN the result was once vindication.

“It’s easier to be a guardian this morning. It’s easier to be a dad. It’s less complicated to inform your kids, persona matters. It matters. Telling the reality matters. Being a properly person matters,” he said.
He delivered lifestyles would turn out to be easier for many minorities who felt the president didn’t want them in the country.

“If you’re an immigrant, you don’t have to fear if the president is going to be happier to have toddlers snatched away...” Jones said.

He additionally spoke of Black Lives Matter protests following the dying of George Floyd at the hands of a police officer until now this year.

“The ‘I can’t breathe’, that wasn’t just George Floyd. That’s a lot of humans have felt they couldn’t breathe,” he said. 

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