Following Shooting Of Daunte Wright, Stephen Colbert Asks, “Where Does Progress Stand Today?”

Following Shooting Of Daunte Wright, Stephen Colbert Asks, “Where Does Progress Stand Today?”
On Day 11 of former Minneapolis Police officer Derek Chauvin’s trial for the murder of George Floyd, Stephen Colbert lamented that “sadly, we’re back where we started,” with “another Black man…killed by police.”

The Late Night host was referring, in his opening monologue, to the officer-involved shooting of Daunte Wright on Sunday, in the Minneapolis suburb of Brooklyn Center. The 20-year-old was killed after cooperating in a routine traffic stop, just a few miles from the courthouse where Chauvin is being tried.

“The cops determined that he had a warrant out for his arrest, and then as the police tried to detain him, he stepped back into his car, at which point an officer shot him,” Colbert explained. “Angry citizens protested all last night in front of the police station.”

Certainly, he suggested, the protests would not likely subside, with Minneapolis locals learning of the police’s official
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