EXCLUSIVE: Far-Left Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison received an update on Derek Chauvin's condition before his family did

Alpha News's Liz Collin provided updates on Derek Chauvin on Human Events with Jack Posobiec Friday and revealed that Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison received an update on Derek Chauvin's condition before his family did after he had been stabbed 22 times in prison by a fellow inmate.

Collin reported that Chauvin was attacked from behind while making copies of his case files in the law library of the federal prison he had been moved to, located in Tucson, Arizona.

She painted a brutal picture of the attack.

"Every time that he would try to fight this guy off," Collin said, "he would be stabbed again by this makeshift knife that he was using."

She noted that he is now using a walker as he is healing from horrific injuries and is lucky to have even survived the attack.



Even more disturbing, Collin reveals "the person who actually gets the first update on Derek Chauvin's condition is the man who put him behind bars in the first place. And that is the Attorney General of Minnesota, Keith Ellison. And he receives word about Derek Chauvin's condition days before his own family gets any type of call.

"And nobody seems to question that either," she added.

Speaking of the perpetrator, both Posobiec and Collin were baffled as to why an inmate who was supposedly tied to the Mexican Mafia with 3 years left in his sentence would attempt to murder Chauvin in the name of "Black Lives Matter."

"Yeah, because we all know how much the Mexican Mafia supports Black Lives Matter, of course, I mean, those guys are just totally simpatico," Posobiec quipped.


Image: Title: Posobiec Collin
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