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WHO KILLED GEORGE FLOYD?


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4 minutes ago, Vautrin said:

Newly released evidence shows that Floyd committed suicide. In a bizarre plan, BLM hypnotized

Floyd and convinced him he was Josef Goebbels and that any police officer was an American

WW II intelligence officer about to capture him. They then implanted a cyanide capsule in his

mouth. When Floyd saw the first police officer he bit down on the capsule causing his own death.

Case closed. 

"there's your answer." -Lee J. Cobb, twelve angry men

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On 10/7/2020 at 1:15 PM, cigarjoe said:

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You know, I could not be a juror in the Chauvin case because I saw with my own eyes Derek Chauvin murder George Floyd from several different angles. You are not going to get me to "unsee" this. You will not be able to explain this away.  Floyd's death has been ruled a homicide.

That being said, the kind of cartoon shown above - I realize it is Crumb's work from over 40 years ago - labeled as it is with Republicans being shown as sub-human, would be shouted down in today's environment if it was portraying any other group. The cartoonist would become a non-person. The publication that printed it would be forced out of business. But it is OK to show the GOP as sub-human. Just as it was OK to show the Jews as subhuman in the 1930s. It was the first step to getting them herded into railroad cars. 

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12 hours ago, LsDoorMat said:

You know, I could not be a juror in the Chauvin case because I saw with my own eyes Derek Chauvin murder George Floyd from several different angles. You are not going to get me to "unsee" this. You will not be able to explain this away.  Floyd's death has been ruled a homicide.

That being said, the kind of cartoon shown above - I realize it is Crumb's work from over 40 years ago - labeled as it is with Republicans being shown as sub-human, would be shouted down in today's environment if it was portraying any other group. The cartoonist would become a non-person. The publication that printed it would be forced out of business. But it is OK to show the GOP as sub-human. Just as it was OK to show the Jews as subhuman in the 1930s. It was the first step to getting them herded into railroad cars. 

That's why finding an impartial juror is difficult at best especially today with all forms of media unthinkable only a few decades ago.

 

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16 hours ago, cigarjoe said:

Herded into railroad cars to mental institutions, yes Reped-lick-cans need help. They are totally brainwashed and proving it every day.  You can be de programed and lead a normal life. We can help you to chill out.

Not a Trumper, cigarjoe. I voted for Biden. This kind of characterization was what led to the Jews being put in concentration camps in the 1930s, and it is the kind of stuff that makes the Han Chinese AOK with genocide against the Uyghurs.  I don't have to be a member of a targeted group to not want violence done to said targeted group. 

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6 minutes ago, LsDoorMat said:

Not a Trumper, cigarjoe. I voted for Biden. This kind of characterization was what led to the Jews being put in concentration camps in the 1930s, and it is the kind of stuff that makes the Han Chinese AOK with genocide against the Uyghurs.  I don't have to be a member of a targeted group to not want violence done to said targeted group. 

I have had this discussion before,  and joe will claim he is joking.    I believe him.    He just goes very dark because he still has stage 4 TDS.

 

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14 minutes ago, jamesjazzguitar said:

I have had this discussion before,  and joe will claim he is joking.    I believe him.    He just goes very dark because he still has stage 4 TDS.

 

Oh, all good then! I'm recovering from TDS myself. I don't watch the news anymore because I just can't handle the improving situation on several fronts. Maybe we should start something like AA for ourselves if this goes on long term. 

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1 hour ago, LsDoorMat said:

Oh, all good then! I'm recovering from TDS myself. I don't watch the news anymore because I just can't handle the improving situation on several fronts. Maybe we should start something like AA for ourselves if this goes on long term. 

There are the Biden threads now, and I'm trying hard to only comment on those instead of all the old Trump threads (but sometimes my TDS kicks in!).

Sadly many of the Biden threads have what I call "Trump carryover";    That is understandable to a degree,  but in many cases it is just anti-Trumpers wishing to avoid discussing how Biden is approaching issues,  by either comparing Biden to Trump or just focusing on how Trump set-up Joe.    E.g.  the issues at the southern border with the migrants especially minors without parents \ adult migrants.       Clearly the migrants are testing Joe;  trying to see how hard they can push with the hope progressives will get Joe to bend.   Sadly I can see Joe caving.   That would be a big mistake. 

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1 hour ago, Arturo said:

You mean Tucker is no longer obsessing about Hop on Pop and Green Eggs and Ham!?!

You're behind the times.   Tucker was over Green Eggs and Ham and moved quickly onto Sheppard Pie and Beef Wellington. 

But now he is back to one of his favorite topics;   creating racial divisions.

 

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Chronicles Magazine of American Culture
 
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March 16, 2021

Who and What Killed George Floyd?

 
 
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Friday, as the jury was being empaneled for the trial of fired police officer Derek Chauvin, the Minneapolis City Council voted 13-0 to approve a record $27 million civil settlement with the family of George Floyd over his death in police custody. The jury will not likely miss this message sent by the city fathers: I.e., an atrocity was perpetrated by our police, and we are admitting our responsibility and doing our duty by offering these reparations for Floyd's cruel and unjustified death and the suffering visited on his family.     

Most Americans who saw the nine-minute tape of Chauvin with his knee on the neck of George Floyd as he pleaded, "I can't breathe," will probably concur with the charge of criminal culpability of Chauvin. Yet, over the months, new facts and factors have emerged.

George Floyd was not choked to death. He was not asphyxiated. He was not killed by Chauvin's knee on the side of his neck. An autopsy showed Floyd's neck muscles were not even bruised. Floyd died when his heart stopped. Yet, he was already suffering from an enlarged heart with constricted arteries, one of five of which was 90 percent blocked and two others were 75 percent blocked.

An autopsy found heavy concentrations of fentanyl in Floyd's system and traces of methamphetamines. If Floyd had collapsed and died in the street while being wrested into the squad car, his death would have been attributed to a drug overdose and a bad heart.

Also, a videotape of the minutes prior to Floyd's being put on the pavement, his neck under Chauvin's knee, shows Floyd crying, repeatedly, "I can't breathe," while resisting the two rookie cops trying to put him in the patrol car. Moreover, there is testimony from those with Floyd when he was stopped for passing an allegedly phony $20 bill, that he had passed out in the car before the cops arrived. And the arresting cops claim he was foaming at the mouth before being restrained.          

In short, Chauvin's defense attorneys will likely make a credible case, backed by evidence, that Floyd's death was not caused by the knee on his neck but by the battered condition of his heart, the near-lethal dose of fentanyl in his system, and his anxiety and panic at being arrested and fearing, as he wailed, that he was going to be shot. The prosecution will counter-claim that Chauvin's knee on Floyd's neck, and the two other cops sitting on him, precipitated the stopping of his heart.  But the prosecution faces other questions.        

How could Chauvin, who arrived late to the scene, know Floyd was a drug addict with a serious heart condition and a large amount of fentanyl in his system, before using the restraint technique of sitting on him and putting a knee on the side of his neck?           

What was Chauvin trying to do when he arrived to see two rookie cops trying to cope with a powerfully built, six-foot-four-inch, 220-pound man violently resisting arrest? Did Chauvin put his knee on Floyd's neck to kill him? To torture or injure him? Or did he use the technique to restrain him?

Prosecutors will contend that the knee on the neck was criminal assault, a felony that caused Floyd to black out and his heart to stop? But that raises another question: Is placing a knee on the side of the neck an outlawed or a prohibited procedure for police to use to restrain a suspect violently resisting arrest, as a chokehold is in some precincts? Or is it a procedure some police use legally at times? Chauvin was clearly familiar with the technique. Had he used it before without injury to a suspect?  

In a motion to dismiss the charges he himself faces in the death of Floyd, former police officer Thomas Lane included 30 pages of Minneapolis PD training materials including information on the "maximal restraint technique." Lane included a photo of an officer with a knee on a suspect's neck, similar to the hold used by Chauvin.         

In preparing for the trial of Chauvin, Minneapolis has fortified, with concrete barriers, fences and razor wire, the courthouse where it will be held. Understandably, for any acquittal of Chauvin, or conviction on a lesser charge than murder, could trigger a riot like those that plagued the city through the summer of 2020. And if a mob does take to the streets in Minneapolis, as it did all last summer, the national reaction will be telling.       

How does one accurately describe a crowd that gathers outside a courthouse to demand, on the threat of a riot, a verdict of guilty? And should a riot occur—and violent protests in Louisville, Seattle, and Portland over the weekend seem to point to another such long hot summer—may we expect our new national leaders (Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Nancy Pelosi, and Chuck Schumer) to denounce the mob and stand up unequivocally for the rule of law?

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https://www.chroniclesmagazine.org/blog/who-and-what-killed-george-floyd-/

Patrick J. Buchanan

Patrick J. Buchanan is the author of Nixon’s White House Wars: The Battles That Made and Broke a President and Divided America Forever. To find out more about Patrick Buchanan and read features by other Creators writers and cartoonists, visit the Creators website at www.creators.com.

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A Payday For The Floyds … $27M For What?

Minneapolis paid $27M because George Floyd died of a drug overdose. He couldn’t breathe because he took fentanyl, a powerful respiratory depressant, not because Derek Chauvin restrained him with a knee to the back of the neck.

He also had the China Virus, which is often fatal to people with Floyd’s myriad health problems that included cardiovascular disease and high blood pressure.

The autopsy was clear. The Big Lie continues.

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