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George Floyd’s Nephew Caught Openly Threatening Rittenhouse Jurors!

George Floyd’s nephew has a few things to say about the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, and let’s put it this way, the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. It doesn’t fall very far at all.

Evidently, George Floyd’s nephew has now posted a video where he has threatened jurors if they fail to convict Kyle Rittenhouse. The deceased criminal’s nephew is an individual named Cortez Rice, and he claimed that he knows people that have been taking photos of the jurors that are working on this case at the courthouse.

“I ain’t even gonna name the people that I know that’s up in the Kenosha trial,” Rice said. “But it’s cameras in there. It’s definitely cameras up in there. There’s definitely people taking pictures of the juries and everything like that. We know what’s going on.”

In order to cap off his threat, this guy that claimed to be George Floyd’s nephew added the following: “So we need the same results, man.”

If you are not familiar with the militant far-left news outlet Unicorn Riot, then it is probably a good thing, because apparently a “journalist” from that news rag was in the comments egging on this George Floyd “nephew” to do something to the jury. Andrew Mercado made his presence known in the comments and was literally daring him to do it, much like 8 year-old kids in the prototypical school yard.

Rittenhouse has pleaded not guilty in the trial and he continues to maintain that he was merely acting in self-defense when he shot three rioters, killing two of them.

It was just earlier this week that Rice had brought a group of Black Lives Matter protesters to the home of a judge in an officer-involved shooting case and posted the judge’s home on Facebook. These thugs just won’t let up, now will they. If this were the other way around, they would not only accuse them of being Trump supporters, but they would have already arrested them and convicted them, the whole nine yards.

At press time, it does not appear that Rice was arrested for his threats and intimidation.

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