George Floyd: A Man, A Moment, America Changed l 20/20 l PART 2

George Floyd goes to Minneapolis to get sober, build a better life: Part 2

Floyd grew up in a community plagued by drugs and cycled in and out of the criminal justice system. He was doing well working in Minneapolis, and then his mother died.

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40 thoughts on “George Floyd: A Man, A Moment, America Changed l 20/20 l PART 2

  1. Its not about wether the guy had a criminal record or not its about the fact that you are not suppose to die because you (probably) accidently paid with a 20$ fake bill …..

    People dont understand in the comments why this was so disgracefull and jump to excuses why he was killed which is 100% bullshit you stick to the facts and the fact are –
    thousands of innoncent black people are being murderd by white cops threwout america for no reason other than racial profiling .

  2. Its lovely how MSM makes out criminals to be a representation of "hope" for b!@K people, they want you to look up to criminals so they can tell you 10 years from now that your representation of hope was an overdosing drug dealer

  3. Geogre Floyd A fraud, A moment, Amerca Overdosed.

    On one hand, the prosecutors (Blackwell) stated that Floyd was/is different from others who has a rarely big heart which was the cause of the death.

    On the other hand, the trial/BLM rioters accused Chauvin and others of treated blacks differently/being racist. I had been wondering what was wrong police officers did treat different Floyd *differently/being racist*. Was it reasonably, logically, and correctly to treat different situation differently? Which was why I felt honored when BLM rioters called me a racist b/c it was a medal for a reasonable person.

    "Chauvin alternate juror describes fear among jury"

    Imagine what if Trump did exactly the same thing as Biden did before any trial, no doubt a big step forward to obstruct justice.

    Floyd Chauvin’s case was a decisive battle(back to it later) of demonize the ordinary police officers who work on the frontline of the entire law enforcement system of United States, which was a flag/iconic event happened last summer that ignited BLM riots across the US and the world in one night. To build the case up and make it an irreversible iron-case was/is a critical political demand to set up the anti-systematic racism image and build the heroic holly rebel narrative, thus to make the touching & political correctness image of the Democratic party completely, which was the reason why Floyd was heroized by the party leaders who took their knee down in the Capitol last year. This year, no wonder Biden addressed his prospective before the verdict publicly which never been seen in any president in history. Not only the only part matters, the highlighted 9 minutes and 29 seconds, got stressed again at the very beginning of the speech after Chauvin’s verdict, but also the fabricated “strawman” as “the systematic racism” was unprecedentedly sublimated to “a stain on American national soul”. (back to the “battle”, an unbelievable but comprehensive detail was Floyd’s family members were jumping with joy and cheering they “won” after they watched verdict. So was for Maxine Waters’ words ‘get more confrontational’ just before the verdict)

    Unfortunately, the baseless exaggeration was so crystal clear that even Biden contradicted with himself in the same speech since the groundless charge was fabricated. On one hand, it was a stain in American national soul which indicated it was a systematic massive deep-rooted "soul" problem; On the other hand, Biden also said most of white men&women who wear badges serve the communities honorably, which means only a few bad cops. It couldn't be true at same time.

    Moreover, the time of the only part matters doesn't count, neck restraint reduces and limits the maximum volume of air one can get while does NOT cut air, which is how neck restraint is effective to deal with active resistance (it is kind like decrease maximum air or fuel a car can get to limit the max speed/engine output power), which was why Floyd could keep talking and crying for 5 minutes in the focused 9 minutes and 29 seconds. Otherwise, if neck restraint has the same effects as *triangle*(important, it is about physics and math, it is the reason why neck restraint with prone position can't cut air) chokehold which can cut air, Floyd couldn't say any word and would lose his consciousness in minutes.

    Furthermore, racism/racist is everywhere according to some people, it sounds like every person is a "Hitler". if so, what kind race of blacks are that so many "Hitler(s)" didn't/couldn't kill them all/the entire race from last century till now? What good can do by putting an exaggerating label on somebody? Just claiming somebody is their enemy, nothing else. This is why "racism card" never solved the "racism" problem, but only made the problem worse. Because these people didn’t/don't want to solve anything but create it from thin air instead. This intention and trick of expanding struggle and escalating conflict rapidly from personal to entire group/race in a heartbeat without any hesitation is toxic to any society, which was a normal political struggle trick played in Chinese culture revolution and it was/is the cause of endless struggles/conflicts in any society which was/is literally more dangerous than any police officer practically did. Words matter, should pass laws to ban using of any word related to racism as if the word Africa American matter.

    All in all, it was/is a typical political trick which had/has nothing to do with justice.

  4. Minneapolis cats and dogs living in harmony. United under a common cause an language. Please dont lose that. give back to yourselves in your own districts. Create your own cabinets an govern yourselves like an amish luxembourg. Ya bb

  5. Traumatized people act like that, Anxiety will make you act irrational. I have anxiety it’s a fight or fight thing that kicks in. It’s crippling fear. PTSD

  6. A criminal high on drugs, passing fake money, resisting arrest all after being a sexual assaulting felon is not a man.

    YouTube will still censor this, although I never mention the person this video.

  7. Pointing a Gun at a pregnant woman's stomach.(aka pointing the gun at a baby)
    In 2009, George Floyd was arrested for a 1st-degree felony charge, as per police criminal records/history/past, of assault and armed robbery he took part in 2007 and spent five years in prison for breaking into a lady’s house with the intent to rob her. George agreed that he wore a blue uniform to look like a government employee to gain the lady’s trust, and eventually pave his way into the house.
    The lady soon realized that the person was impersonating to be a government worker, she tried to shut the door but Floyd brute-forced his way into the house. Consequently, a Ford truck pulled up to the house’s main entrance, five people exited the truck and went straight inside the lady’s house.
    This large suspect then proceeded to search the residence while another armed suspect guarded the complainant, who was struck in the head and sides by this second armed suspect with his pistol while she screamed for help.’

    Not finding any cash, Floyd and other men took jewelry and the lady’s cellphone and fled the scene using the truck. A neighbor had witnessed the robbery attempt, wrote down the license plate number, and reported the incident to 911 instantly.
    The police followed the lead and successfully tracked down the car. Floyd was found behind the wheels. Later, his identity was cross-verified with the women who reported that a tall suspect had placed a gun to her abdomen and invaded her home forcefully.

  8. Now maybe people will teach their children proper respect and learn to comply.
    The officer definitely deserves punishment however this was negligent homicide not murder.

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