I don’t believe George Floyd was murdered. Sorry to those of you who do.
I’m not insensible to the facts about carnage and brutality in the world around us. I just don’t think George Floyd died the way the media portrayed it. I have serious doubts that he died at all.
I don’t mean to subtract from the extreme gravity of the situation. It’s grave, all right.
There is just too much that seems fishy to me, both before George’s putative demise and afterward. So much fishiness. And fishiness in multiple categories, which I have broken down below.
Fake stuff. Like the way George’s body was handled by the medics. Here is what one (anonymous) professional medic observed:
– No LOC (level of consciousness) assessment; they didn’t try to rouse him
– No breathing assessment
– No pulse check
– No airway management
– They used a Furley stretcher, which hasn’t been in service for many decades, and can only be found among civil war era movie props.
– They laid him on his back, hand-cuffed behind his back (how would you do cpr?). This wouldn’t be controversial for a conscious patient, but with a GCS of 3?
– They picked him up with the Furley and put him on the Stryker cot. They did not do up the straps on the Stryker. They loaded him with straps dangling. If you’ve ever tried that once, you know the straps are going to get caught up; not to mention, you want the guy strapped down if he’s a threat.
– These aren’t things that you learn after years of experience. These are things you learn your first day.
Did you see the CNN report about George’s second-grade teacher, “Dr. Waynel Sexton”? Now, tell me truly: If you had a name like that, wouldn’t you feel obliged to change it if your job involved the care of little children? Dr. Waynel Sexton has a big old toothy smile to go with that name. And she just happened to have one of George’s essays handy from all those many years ago in her hidey-hole.
George’s letter-perfect printing and his way of expressing his desire to become a supreme court judge was touching, but you have to wonder. A loving parent would save the essay, of course. But a second grade teacher handles a lot of paper, or did, in the old days. What are the odds of her finding George’s essay amid reams of lined paper, and in such good condition?
Others have come forward with Waynel Sexton-related info. It looks fishy. I don’t want to dox this lady-of-the-unfortunate-name, but her address is swanky beyond what you’d expect of a retired teacher. She has numerous aliases. And she has been reportedly seen at previous tragic events. Here is a video with more on that.
Weird stuff. Like the way Chauvin did his evil deed while several onlookers recorded him. Now, who would do such a thing? Tormenting and killing someone while being taped is not only evil; it’s stupid. Ok, so some people are stupid.
If Chauvin is stupid and evil, then he is also a dead ringer for actor Ben Bailey. Really. Not in his mug shot, but in the video of him mercilessly kneeing George. Compare that to these photos. Or just do a search for Ben Bailey and make the comparison yourself.
George’s “twin brother” from his youth in Texas was a sports idol, Stephen Jackson. They were from the same neighborhood. There has been controversy surrounding a tweet Jackson made regarding his father’s Masonic associations and an accusation by Larry Johnson, another sports figure. It is a convoluted tale full of barely (imo) decipherable statements by all concerned regarding Masonic sacrifice. You can find some of that here. Make of it what you will.
Coincidental stuff. Like a simulation company located near the site of the murder that was burnt to the ground afterward. 7-Sigma Simulation manufactured white and black mannequins that are used by health professionals as procedural training tools. Here are some of them. Note the torsos.
Looks like this mannequin is having trouble breathing.
As someone pointed out, video footage of George being loaded into the ambulance is fishy. It appears as if George has no legs.
There’s also the fact that George Floyd and Derek Chauvin were co-workers (bouncers) for all of 2019 in a nightclub known as El Nuevo Rodeo. They overlapped security shifts. The club was owned by Maya Santamaria, a Latina media and entertainment mogul, who sold it a few months previous. She also owns La Raza Radio, and reportedly still operates it. But the building that held the nightclub burned in the post-George Minneapolis riots. There have been rumors I can’t substantiate that the club was laundering counterfeit money.
Santamaria is said not to have recognized either of her former employees in the footage that showed Chauvin kneeing George’s neck, as reported here:
“My friend sent me (the video) and said this is your guy who used to work for you and I said, ‘It’s not him.’ And then they did the closeup and that’s when I said, ‘Oh my God, that’s him,'” Santamaria said. “I didn’t recognize George as one of our security guys because he looked really different lying there like that.”
All of the simultaneous hoopla around the world seemed contrived, too, and fake as a Billy Bass fish. Likewise Mayor Frey’s histrionics. Again, my opinion.
That the George event started almost as soon as people began to question the other scam, Covid-19, seems too coincidental to be a coincidence.
Money stuff. Like the $14+M collected through a Go Fund Me account George’s brother set up almost immediately following George’s demise. (The fund is still up and running.) Would you do that if your sibling were killed? Most of us would be mourning, not setting up a cash cow milk machine.
The money gorge for George, which included his Promethean gold casket, is downright obscene. Like I said, this is just my opinion. But money talks. In this case, I think we’d better listen.
Remember, George was arrested for passing a counterfeit $20 bill. Funny money with not-so-funny consequences, pointing to the roots of all evil.
Familiar stuff. I’ve studied mass casualty events, one in particular, and all of the above seems eerily familiar. But another thing really bangs the gong: Criminals – people with rap sheets or bad credit – are typically deployed in such faked events. That’s because most honest folks don’t have the stomach for it.
As an anonymous black academician from UC(Berkeley) pointed out, George was a felon, a criminal with a lot of baggage, as well as a porn star. Here is an excerpt from the letter this academician wrote concerning George’s lurid past:
“As a final point, our university and department has made multiple statements celebrating and eulogizing George Floyd. Floyd was a multiple felon who once held a pregnant black woman at gunpoint. He broke into her home with a gang of men and pointed a gun at her pregnant stomach. He terrorized the women in his community. He sired and abandoned multiple children, playing no part in their support or upbringing, failing one of the most basic tests of decency for a human being. He was a drug-addict and sometime drug-dealer, a swindler who preyed upon his honest and hard-working neighbors.
“And yet, the regents of UC and the historians of the UCB History department are celebrating this violent criminal, elevating his name to virtual sainthood. A man who hurt women. A man who hurt black women. With the full collaboration of the UCB history department, corporate America, most mainstream media outlets, and some of the wealthiest and most privileged opinion-shaping elites of the USA, he has become a culture hero, buried in a golden casket, his (recognized) family showered with gifts and praise. Americans are being socially pressured into kneeling for this violent, abusive misogynist. A generation of black men are being coerced into identifying with George Floyd, the absolute worst specimen of our race and species.”
George Floyd is now more popular than Jesus. I’m not exaggerating. Truly, he is! You can’t worship in a physical church anymore – unless you’re in a George march, worshiping George. You can’t have a funeral, unless you’re George. I suspect that George is going to be in the running for sainthood before too long. Saint George.
But Saint George is so far from deserving of that title. Saint George is tainted, you might say, with fishiness, of which we have already spoken.
If I were a second grade teacher, I would ask my class to do a comparison chart between Saint George and their favorite hero. Mine happens to be Jesus, so I have done one below for you. Granted, all of us would not fare well in this comparison chart, but saints would do pretty well and George is on the wanna-be list. It may offend certain people, but you can’t please everyone, nor should you. Because to please everyone, you have to lie.
Jesus: A home builder.
George: A home invader.
Jesus: Laid to rest in a plain stone tomb.
George: Laid to rest in a $25,000 Promethean golden casket.
Jesus: Helped the sick, poor and rejected.
George: Helped himself to a lot of boodle from his victims.
Jesus: Miraculously rose from the dead.
George: Miraculously raised $14+M after he died.
Jesus: The Word made flesh.
George: Peddled his flesh.
Jesus: Made his disciples fishers of men.
George: Led a fishy life and experienced a fishy death.
I could go on and on, but I’ll stop here. I think this is quite enough to get me killed. So be it.
Saint or Taint? What do you think? Should George be sainted or was his history and the event itself too tainted with fishy facts to be believed? You tell me.