The Governor thinks the hardest decision in Darren Wilson's life shouldn't have been resigning from the police force, but whether or not to take a human life.
This police officer resigned. And during his interview, he stated that resigning from the police force was the hardest decision he’d ever made.
My question is: wouldn’t the hardest decision you ever made be to shoot Michael Brown? And yet, to him, that wasn’t as hard of a decision. I find that very strange.
So resigning from your job is a harder decision than taking a human life? Does that make sense? To me, taking a human life would be the hardest decision you could ever make.
That’s very telling to me. What it tells me is that Darren Wilson's value on human life isn’t that high. When you shoot someone six times or more that’s not defensive shooting, that’s offensive shooting.
There should have been an indictment because now we’ll never know. Whenever you’ve got conflicting stories, you need a trial. Now we’re never going to get closure, and that’s wrong.
Hear what else the Governor has to say about Police Brutality in this episode of #OffTheGrid:
The views and opinions expressed herein are those of the authors alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of Ora Media, LLC its affiliates, or its employees.
More from Jesse Ventura's Off The Grid
Jesse Ventura: How Bernie Sanders Sold Out
Jesse Ventura remembers his hero, Muhammad Ali
Jesse Ventura: Snowden performed public service & is a hero
Jesse Ventura: Why voters should listen to Gov. Gary Johnson
Jesse Ventura: Clinton will do anything to win, even pick Sanders as VP
Jesse Ventura: Here's one reason why I can’t be president
Is there hope for our economy? Most Americans don’t think so.
Jesse Ventura: I am not running for president