29 May, 2020

George Floyd, Again, or, Gentle Giant Syndrome

Posted by Socrates in black behavior, black behavior vs. white behavior, black crime, black culture, Black mentality, Ferguson, media, media cases, media culture, media heroes, media hysteria, Socrates at 10:58 am | Permanent Link

Prior to his (alleged) passing of counterfeit money, the “gentle giant” George Floyd served 5 different prison terms. Yet, hulking Black criminals are always called “gentle giants” in the media. (Michael Brown, the big Black thug who tried but failed to kill a White cop in Ferguson, Missouri in 2014, was also called a “gentle giant.” Since the media reporters blatantly lied about Brown, it’s a safe bet that they’re lying about Floyd, too, despite the video footage of Floyd’s death. Perhaps he actually overdosed on his beloved cocaine?).

George Floyd’s prison record:

— armed robbery/home invasion (he served 5 years)

— cocaine possession (served 8 months)

— cocaine, again (10 months)

— armed theft (10 months)

— criminal trespass (30 days)(often this is “pre-burglary trespassing”)


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