Floyd’s murder trial deftly turns career criminal into victim

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As the George Floyd murder case resumes there is a police body cam video few have seen which puts a decidedly different perspective on the circumstances that led to him being restrained with a knee on his neck by former Minneapolis officer Derek Chauvin, after Floyd resisted officer’s commands to exit his vehicle.

An admitted drug user, Floyd, a career criminal, was high on cannabis, fentanyl and methamphetamine, (full list begins on page 5 of the autopsy report) — which exacerbated his coronary artery disease and hypertensive heart disease. And unwilling to be returned to prison for yet another stint, he fought being placed in the back seat of a police car. Floyd had moved to Minneapolis after being released from a Texas prison for aggravated robbery after breaking into the home of a pregnant woman, and pointing a gun at her stomach as he searched for money and drugs. 

We’ve all heard his cry of, “I can’t breathe,” but he also used the same phrase as he was upright and fighting officers attempting to place him in the backseat of the patrol car. The reason police were initially called is Floyd was attempting to pass a counterfeit $20 bill in a neighborhood store. At 6’4” and 224 lbs., Floyd was an imposing presence, larger in stature than any of the arresting officers. Chauvin is 5’9”.

Potentially tainting the jury is the fact that the Minneapolis City Council awarded Floyd’s family $27 million, which Floyd’s brother George Floyd’s brother, Rodney Floyd, preposterously called, “a necessary step for all of us to begin to get some closure.”

The trial judge strangely only selected two alternative jurors, which could lead to a mistrial if there are any infractions. One juror has already been accused of negotiating a book deal. A brazen Go Fund Me account initiated by Floyd’s family picked up nearly $1.5 million by June 2020. It no doubt has increased in the last year.

This video is important to watch:

6 Responses to Floyd’s murder trial deftly turns career criminal into victim

  1. Frankly Speaking says:

    This was not the first “rodeo” for George Floyd, who also used the alias “George Perry.” How many law abiding people do you know who have aliases? Those are devices for crooks to avoid being traced.

  2. Arizona Conservative Guy says:

    The Milwaukee Mayor and City Council turned over confiscated taxpayer’s money to the Floyd family to ingratiate themselves and show how empathetic they are. Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey is a member of the Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party and the 13 member city council is controlled by that same far left-wing party, with a total of 12 members. The Green Party of Minnesota has one council member. There is not a single Republican elected in the city.

  3. Seen It All says:

    The fact that Floyd was a repeatedly imprisoned career criminal takes a back seat to his skin color, which has elevated him to sainthood and his family to great wealth. Green is the new “beautiful” color.

  4. Villanova says:

    The officers have to receive hefty sentences or else Milwaukee will be burned to the ground by the BLM mobs.

    I fear for our country when we have to worry about our legal system being intimidated by rampaging thugs.

  5. jakesez says:

    The entire judicial system, federal, state and local, have been tainted by leftist politics. The FISA court, FBI and the Justice department have made it so that the law abiding citizens are at the bottom of any pile. Local police and courts are influenced by the street people and their threats. These threats can only be countered by the local police and politicians. Hence, it is a no win situation. These officers, who were doing what they were supposed to do are now going to be sacrificial lambs upon the alter of political correctness. How much more we will take before we insist that the rule of constitutional justice is retuned to the people?

    • Braveheart says:

      The video following the post exposes the real George Floyd, not the one that’s been constructed to fit an agenda. Your points are well made.