WHY GEORGE FLOYD? WHY IS AMERICA BUYING INTO THIS NARRATIVE?

WHY GEORGE FLOYD?  WHY IS AMERICA BUYING INTO THIS NARRATIVE?

WHY PICK GEORGE FLOYD?  

"George Floyd told police he was claustrophobic and struggling to breathe even before he ended up face down on the Minneapolis pavement"~NBC news

"While standing outside the car, Mr. Floyd began saying and repeating that he could not breathe,"~NBC news

Excited Delirium:

"A majority of fatal cases involved men. People with excited delirium commonly have acute drug intoxication, generally involving PCP, methylenedioxypyrovalerone (MDPV), cocaine, or methamphetamine."

"Another good example of an issue where forensic pathologists don’t agree: the existence of a controversial diagnosis — 'excited delirium' — which was discussed by the officers at the scene of Floyd’s death. (Neither of Floyd’s autopsies mentioned the condition and none of the experts I spoke to believe it applies to him.) The basic idea behind excited delirium is that someone who is high on stimulants, such as cocaine or methamphetamines, can get into a place where their mind is no longer functioning normally."  

911 call:

"Caller: Um someone comes our store and give us fake bills and we realize it before he left the store, and we ran back outside, they was sitting on their car. We tell them to give us their phone, put their (inaudible) thing back and everything and he was also drunk and everything and return to give us our cigarettes back and so he can, so he can go home but he doesn't want to do that, and he's sitting on his car cause he is awfully drunk and he's not in control of himself...

Operator: On 38th St. So, this guy gave a counterfeit bill, has your cigarettes, and he's under the influence of somethingCaller: Something like that, yes. He is not acting right.

 Caller: Um, he's a tall guy. He's like tall and bald, about like 6 ... 6 1/2, and she's not acting right so and she started to go, drive the car."

We know that the 911 caller didn't speak English well...so the "she" above was meant to be "he"

I would assume that this store had video surveillance, so why hasn't that been released? Why hasn't the public been able to see how George Floyd was acting? The 911 caller stated THREE times that Floyd was under the influence of something, so much so that he made a point of saying it 3 times! This information was indeed relayed to the officers headed to the scene. They knew, from the information given to them by the 911 caller that they were going to encounter a rather large man, extremely high on something. WHY isn't this reported as it is very significant to the outcome. And why didn't either of the autopsies even consider, Excited Delirium in their report? "(Neither of Floyd’s autopsies mentioned the condition and none of the experts I spoke to believe it applies to him.)" WHAT? Let's repeat: "The basic idea behind excited delirium is that someone who is high on stimulants, such as cocaine or methamphetamines, can get into a place where their mind is no longer functioning normally."

  •  "he was also drunk and everything"

  • "he is awfully drunk and he's not in control

        of himself."

  • "He is not acting right."


Autopsy Drug Screening--George Floyd:

  • VI. Toxicology (see attached report for full details; testing performed on antemortem blood specimens collected 5/25/20 at 9:00 p.m. at HHC and on postmortem urine) A. Blood drug and novel psychoactive substances screens:

  • 1. Fentanyl 11 ng/mL

  • 2. Norfentanyl 5.6 ng/mL

  • 3. 4-ANPP 0.65 ng/mL

  • 4. Methamphetamine 19 ng/mL

  • 5. 11-Hydroxy Delta-9 THC 1.2 ng/mL; Delta-9 Carboxy THC 42 ng/mL; Delta-9 THC 2.9 ng/mL

  • 6. Cotinine positive

  • 7. Caffeine positive B. Blood volatiles: negative for ethanol, methanol, isopropanol, or acetone C.

  • 8. Urine drug screen: presumptive positive for cannabinoids, amphetamines, and fentanyl/metabolite D. Urine drug screen confirmation: morphine (free) 86 ng/mL

George Floyd is an unlikely candidate to represent the Black community for social justice and change. A man that had a lengthy, violent, criminal history, and an OBVIOUS DRUG ADDICT. But then, we should consider the severe reaction of the black community after this man died. Devastating rioting, looting, murders. Protests all around the country for a man known to be morally corrupt. Floyd was not an upstanding pillar in his Black community, everyone knows this. He was not a Black man that served his community with dignity and kindness, he was not a beloved father to his children or a devoted husband to his wife. He was none of these things! And yet, he was chosen to represent the Black community for JUSTICE! Does anyone else think this is odd? Or, are the riots, looting destruction all a part of something else? Or does George Floyd actually represent the Black community?  Is this how they want to be represented?  With riots, looting, murder, complete devastation to so many black communities?   

I see the White "protesters" as useful idiots portraying their compassionate racism..."these poor black people, even the criminals, and drug addicts can't help themselves...the white man keeps them down." And then I see many in the Black community overlooking the facts and not realizing that the man they chose to represent them, only represents the negative aspects and has been clearly seen by the mass riots, destruction of property, looting, mostly affecting poor, Black communities. Is this what they really wanted as their martyr, the champion for their cause? And then to see some members of the domestic terrorist group, ANTIFA holding 6 Seattle blocks hostage in the name of George Floyd. Is this really what "Black Lives Matter" stands for?  Looting, murder, destroying their own communities?   Why can't we have this discussion?  Why is everyone SO AFRAID to talk about this?  Will it change the narrative?  

Am I the only one who can say that the Emperor has no clothes on?  Now it is quite obvious that NO ONE wants to hear the perspective from a White person...especially since we are the ones that are are being called, "RACIST!"  No one wants to hear an HONEST exchange from Police, especially from WHITE officers, because...racist.  No one wants to hear anything from our perspective, which is unfortunate because we really have a LOT to say regarding this perceived "racist"  issue.  But we can't have an honest discussion about how we feel when we see entire communities burned to the ground and lives destroyed by the very members of their black community.  We can't speak when our black friends tell us that we shouldn't EVER go into certain black communities because we would end up dead because we are White.  Out of fear of being called a RACIST we can't say that because of all that we have seen, all the looting and destruction that we are scared of people like that. What color of people are not scared of that?   Why can't we discuss those issues?  What is so wrong with telling the truth?  ABOVE ALL, THE TRUTH MATTERS!

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Daniella Cross

Daniella Cross is a research writer, novelist, and social media truth warrior.  Her goal is to present information that is not readily found on the mainstream media and to promote conversation, intellectual honesty, and truth.
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