Coming to all the wrong conclusions:
Speaking shortly after charges were announced in Freddie Gray's death in Baltimore, Bush said "the process works, and it will go forward from here on out. People are innocent until proven guilty."
At the same time, Bush stressed that in any time of disaffection, the first responsibility is to make sure the rule of law applies. There are "ways to protest peacefully, but when you cross the line and you start doing damage to property and harming people, innocent people, that's a problem. "
Which reflects a core logical disconnect shared by many of his fellow Republicans: The total dismissal of cause & effect. It is somewhere between "very possible" and "likely" that, in the absence of social unrest following the wrongful death of Freddie Gray, no criminal charges would have been filed against the police officers responsible. They might have been temporarily suspended and/or had something scribbled in their personnel file, but charged with crimes? Doubtful. But that reality doesn't fit with the Republican narrative, so it's clipped out of the picture.