Okay so even I was giving credibility to this hoax, as it did look really bad to have that cop standing on the poor birdwatcher’s neck.
But as it turns out, he died of a fentanyl overdose, and this entire thing is just yet another big silly hoax.
George Floyd had fentanyl in his system when he was killed, and died from a heart attack … according to the medical examiner.
The Hennepin County Medical Examiner released its toxicology findings and say George died from cardiopulmonary arrest … which complicated law enforcement’s subdual, restraint and neck compression of him. That is critical, but the report also says this under “how the injury occurred” — it says George experienced “a cardiopulmonary arrest while being restrained by law enforcement.”
In other words … he suffered a heart attack while they were arresting him, and that complicated their efforts to subdue him.
The report says George had fentanyl in his system, and they also found signs of recent methamphetamine use. It also says his manner of death is homicide.
The results were released just hours after the Floyd family’s independent autopsy showed he died from “mechanical asphyxia” … due to Derek Chauvin’s knee on his neck, and another officer on his back.
Yes, they ordered their own autopsy to make the claim that he was murdered. And that is what the media will run with, even though all they did was pay someone to lie.
But Chauvin will not be convicted of murder, because the court will hear that him standing on the guy’s neck literally had nothing to do with his death.
The reason a cop was standing on his neck is because he was acting very badly in public, which is because he was on drugs. Those drugs later caused him to die.
This entire thing is a gigantic hoax, from top to bottom, once again.
But the riots are real. The fires are real.
The military that they are about to release onto the streets of America is a very, very real military.
And the nightmare world that they are going to create on the back of this hoax is going to be the realest thing you’ve ever experienced.