George Floyd Died of Coronavirus…!

I’m just going to be honest with you: I was planning on writing a satire article when the medical examiner’s report came out with the headline “George Floyd Died of Coronavirus…!” I actually had a draft of the article prepared with jokes and everything.

Here it is in my drafts folder, from May 30:

But I now don’t get to write that satire article, because it happened in real life.

Because of course it did. Everything that I write as satire eventually happens in real life.


A postmortem nasal swab found that Floyd had COVID-19 when he died, according to the autopsy report, which was released publicly with permission from Floyd’s family.

The medical examiner said Floyd tested positive for the disease on April 3 and was likely asymptomatic when he died.

The toxicology report said Floyd had fentanyl and methamphetamine in his system when he died, as well as cannabis compounds and morphine; a press release summarizing the report Monday listed arteriosclerotic and hypertensive heart disease, “fentanyl intoxication” and “recent methamphetamine use” as “other significant conditions” but not “cause of death.”

The medical examiner found Floyd died of cardiopulmonary arrest while being restrained, ruling his death a homicide—a different finding than a separate autopsy commissioned by Floyd’s family, which found the cause of death to be asphyxia.


There is a lot to unpack here.

But let’s just start with the drugs, because that’s the easiest part.

Firstly: man, dat nigga doin wypipo drugs, huh?

Secondly: whereas cannabis has a relatively long half-life and can stay in your system for weeks after you’ve taken it, opioids (fentanyl and morphine) do not, and neither do amphetamines (methamphetamine).




The toxicology was a blood test. They don’t test hair. So he was using all of these drugs in the last 2 days. It is insane for anyone to mix meth and opioids. No one does that. Except apparently the blacks.

It’s basically a death sentence, and it’s incredible the guy was walking around in the first place. People in their 40s have heart attacks on either one of these drugs, and mixing them together, with a history of heart problems, is just asking for it.

Given these drugs he was on, I think it’s safe to say that this alone is a reason for his death, and that he likely would have died that day whether or not he was arrested.

Yes, maybe being pinned on the ground triggered the heart attack. I guess. But it hardly amounts to “murder,” which is what the officer has been charged with.

Now, this coronavirus thing: it is absolutely hilarious that he had this virus. And it is hilarious that he died while having the virus and they are saying the virus wasn’t the cause. Because the CDC has made it very clear that anyone who dies with coronavirus is supposed to be recorded as having died from coronavirus.

Madam Birx herself has stated this very clearly.

So they are really breaking their own rules by now saying that it is possible for anyone to die with coronavirus and have coronavirus not be the cause of their death.

Of course, as we know here at the Daily Stormer, coronavirus doesn’t actually kill anyone who isn’t chronically ill or over the age of 80. Even a totally unhealthy black guy who is mixing opioids and amphetamines can have this virus and be walking around fine.

The fact that this random guy who is in headlines had an autopsy and was shown to have the virus also speaks to another point we have stressed here: they are lying about how many people have the virus. Basically at this point, almost everyone has it or has had it. So you test one random guy who’s been in headlines, and of course he has it, because statistically, anyone you test is as likely as not to have it.

But let me just stress the bottom line here: according to the CDC, the fact that George Floyd died while having coronavirus means that he died from coronavirus. That means that he couldn’t have been murdered. It is impossible for anyone with coronavirus to be murdered. And that should be the defense of Chauvin and his codefendants.