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As the events of 2020 recede further and further into the hazy past, the filmmakers need to cash in now before he is completely forgotten. Get ready for today's stories in a theater near you in 2028!

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will we get a Kyle Rittenhouse movie next ?

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There is no comparison. Floyd was a life-long thug and scumbag. Rittenhouse had no criminal record, was defending private property against rioters, and defended himself against criminals who were attempting to kill him.

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Floyd's life span was 47 years. He was arrested ten times from 1997 to 2007, then killed during an arrest in 2020. Long rap sheet, but not life long.

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He died of a drug overdose.

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Why were you not at the trial to testify for the defense then? Even Chauvin's lawyers are not saying that it was a drug overdose.

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I wasn’t there that’s why. What a dumb comment

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But you talk with the kind of delusional confidence that so many other people here do.

Why are you so confident that it was a drug overdose when Chauvin's defense team did not push that angle? What do you know that his lawyers did not?

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Because he was on drugs, he was acting like a psychopath and Chauvin used a legal restraining move which would not have had any effect on him had he not been on drugs. There’s also no evidence that race had anything to do with the encounter.

Sorry, I know you people wanted Floyd to be some kind of artificial martyr but he’s not even close.

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Then why did Chauvin's lawyers not go with that defense? Why is it that the MovieChat lawyers here know all of the answers that could have set Chauvin free, but his legal team did not?

I did not bring up race, that was you. You are the one talking about martyrs, not me.

Floyd was a f*cking idiot who was killed by a police officer who starred in his own snuff video.

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You realize his autopsy was released? There were no life threatening injuries found.

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Oh, you're another "internet doctor" who never read the autopsy report. Here you go. https://www.hennepin.us/-/media/hennepinus/residents/public-safety/medical-examiner/floyd-autopsy-6-3-20.pdf

CARDIOPULMONARY ARREST COMPLICATING LAW ENFORCEMENT
SUBDUAL, RESTRAINT, AND NECK COMPRESSION

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Hmm....did you leave anything out?

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Nope. It is all there in the link I provided.

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You left some information out. I'm talking about the highlighted text you included in your post.

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There is no need for me to quote the entire file. You can just click on the link.

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I didnt ask you to quote the entire file. Was there anything you left out that could have contributed to his death?

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That is up for you to decide. Are you going to claim that the fentanyl level of 11 ng/mL is absolutely fatal under any conditions for anyone? Or will you admit that a chronic user of opiates can build up a tolerance?

It has been the "expert opinion" of MovieChat doctors that the level found in Floyd is absolutely fatal under any conditions no matter what. But it is rather curious that Chauvin's defense team did not go with that strategy.

What say you Dr. Blade?

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"Are you going to claim that the fentanyl level of 11 ng/mL is absolutely fatal under any conditions for anyone?"


Finally he admits it. Thank you for that.

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Don't be chick-sh*t. Are you gong to make the claim or not?

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why did it take you so long to admit that? You are so dishonest.

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Admit what? That you don't know anything about drugs and their affect on people?

You're still being evasive. I call that dishonest.

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why did it take so long to admit he had drugs in his system?

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Admit? Everyone knew Floyd was a druggy. How are you dreaming up this stuff?

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Then why wouldnt you say it? Why is this so difficult for you?

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I did say it, right here. https://www.hennepin.us/-/media/hennepinus/residents/public-safety/medical-examiner/floyd-autopsy-6-3-20.pdf

Why do you need every stupid thing, spoon fed to you? Why is this stuff so difficult for you to understand?

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Now you're going in circles. What odd behavior.

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Yes or no. Do you need simple crap spoon fed to you?

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when did I say that?

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You didn't, I asked if you needed it.

But you seem to insist upon people helping you understand the simplest things.

How could you not understand that supplying a link to Floyd's blood drug levels was an acknowledgement of his drug use?

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How should I know? If he had crap lawyers that’s nothing I can control, the truth is Chauvin did not use excessive force, most of the reason why he was convicted was because the media would have gone berserk and probably would have threatened the jurors had they acquitted him.

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So continuing to kneel on a corpse for two minutes is not excessive? Why did Chauvin continue to kneel on Floyd for two minutes after they could not find a pulse? Was it for any other reason other than to ensure he was dead?

Why are you trying to convince anyone that the jurors were a bunch of pussies who would fold to your imagined threats? Have you no respect for Americans in general?

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Don’t know and that’s not my burden of proof. He did a legal maneuver that you are supposed to do when a suspect is behaving like a lunatic.

And are you seriously trying to tell me had the jury acquitted them that BLM wouldn’t have killed them? I refuse to believe that you believe that.

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[–] KingBob (494) 3 hours ago
Don’t know and that’s not my burden of proof. He did a legal maneuver that you are supposed to do when a suspect is behaving like a lunatic.

And are you seriously trying to tell me had the jury acquitted them that BLM wouldn’t have killed them? I refuse to believe that you believe that. I think you're making that up.


There is nothing in the MPD rules that states an officer is required to kneel on a suspect while they are cuffed. There is also nothing about being required to keep kneeling on a corpse that has no pulse.

You are making a claim. You should be proving it is true instead of assuming everyone reading your stupid post is an idiot.

Yes, I think the jurors would not have been killed if they acquitted Chauvin. Can you name a single juror who was killed for an unpopular verdict? I read about one years ago, but only one. You talk as if killing jurors for the wrong verdict is the usual thing that happens in the USA. That is crazy talk.

The jurors in the Rittenhouse trial were not assaulted or killed by BLM for acquitting him. The jurors that acquitted the police officers who assaulted Rodney King were left alone. The jurors who convicted Trump were (so far) not assaulted by the MAGA.

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I never said he was required to kneel on his neck, you are arguing against things I never asserted. I said that he was well within his authority to kneel on his knock and none of that would have mattered had Floyd not been high off his ass. Interesting martyr you people chose.

BLM would have shown up at the jurors houses and lit them on fire much like they did in the riots during 2020 and they absolutely would have killed them. They already killed a St Louis Police Captain along with dozens others.

Speaking of Rittenhouse, he did nothing wrong, he defended himself against several crazed, psychotic, BLM pedophiles and instead of being honored at the White House like he should have been, Brandon smears him and calls him a “white supremacist”

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You claimed that the police were supposed to do it. How is this different than being required to do something?

What are your qualifications that allow you to assert that kneeling on his back would not have mattered because Floyd was high?

Why are you imagining that BLM would attack jurors when they have never actually done so?

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No I said it was a legal move not that he had to do it. Quit misrepresenting my statements.

George Floyd was high and the toxicology reports prove it. But not for the fact that he was all hopped up on drugs he’d still be alive.

Because BLM sent out terroristic threats, burned Citi ties to the ground and killed people during their little temper tantrums. It’s well within reason that they would target the jurors just like they targeted the police.


Also just on a side note, why are you so upset over Floyd’s death? He was a criminal and a drug user. If you feel that the police used excessive force whatever but black lives are taken every single day by gang violence and I don’t hear a whole lot of uproar from your far left buddies about it. Seems like your martyrs are always criminals. If BLM is going to flip out over a black life that was lost it seems like they would flip out over an innocent black life that was lost not a thug and a drug addict.

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[/quote] [–] KingBob (510) 4 days ago
He did a legal maneuver that you are supposed to do when a suspect is behaving like a lunatic. [/quote]
So when you claim that you're supposed to do something, it is actually optional? How does that make any sense. I am not misrepresenting your statements, at all.

It is easy for you to claim that Floyd would still be alive if he was not high. Why do you think Chauvin's lawyers did not use that defense in court? Maybe because no one who understands that autopsy report thinks your claim is true?

BLM has never targeted any juror, as far as I know. Surely you understand that BLM criminals targeted cities because they were there, and the police because they were in uniform. This is vastly different than tracking down a person by name, confronting them, then assaulting them. I think almost everyone knows this, except for you. What makes you so special?

Most people who think Floyd died by his own hand say so because they think Chauvin is innocent and he should not get in trouble for kneeling on a corpse for two minutes after they could not find a pulse. They say it is entirely acceptable to make a snuff video in public like Chauvin did.

The police are supposed to protect and service, not murder.

I have no martyrs. BLM does flip out over other people who were killed, not just thugs and drug addicts.

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Yeah you conveniently left out part of my response which was “when the suspect is acting like a lunatic”. Nice try.
As for your second paragraph again I was not one of Chauvin’s lawyers so I cannot possibly know the answer. The facts remain however: A)there is no evidence that race had anything to do with the incident and B)but not for the fact that Floyd was on drugs , he’d still be alive.
BLM threatened to burn the country down if the police weren’t defunded , terroristic threats are not beneath them, therefore I’m logical in asserting they would have murdered the jurors.
Chauvin was protecting and serving, he was protecting the people from thugs like Floyd who got himself killed by A) abusing drugs and B) acting like a psychopath to the police. Show me one BLM protest/riot for David Dorn, do they care about him? The only people o have heard give a good damn about his life have been conservatives.

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I did not. You left out the part where the suspect was hand cuffed. And you left out the part where he had no detectable pulse and Chauvin kept his knee on the suspect's back to ensure he was dead. Surely you understand a person cannot act like a lunatic when they have no pulse.

Can you explain that?

What is your evidence that but for the drugs Floyd would still be alive?

Why would BLM focus on the Chauvin trial jurors when they have not attacked any other juror, ever?

Did you go out and protest in support of Dorn? Why not?

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Yes you did, I specifically said Chauvin should have done that IF the suspect was behaving like a lunatic which Floyd absolutely was. Chauvin is also not a doctor, he had no way of knowing whether Floyd’s heart was beating or not. Ok here are the facts: A) Floyd was on drugs, B) Floyd was behaving like a psychopath, C)Chauvin used a legal maneuver which would not have killed a normal person, now whether he should have stopped or not when Floyd said he couldn’t breathe is another matter but the facts still remain that but not for the fact that Floyd was acting like a maniac, Chauvin would not have put his knee on him and but not for the fact that Floyd was high off his ass he’d still be alive. There is also not evidence at all that race played any role in this.BLM has attacked innocent people, destroyed businesses and killed people. It’s within reason they’d attack the jurors and as I’ve demonstrated terroristic threats are not beneath them.
First of all, yes I did protest the death of David Dorn (with no help from BLM) and secondly that is irrelevant because I’m not the one pitching a fit about how black lives are under attack and are more likely to be killed just because they are black. by not protesting I am not being a hypocrite, BLM is however.

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Chauvin had Floyd put into their vehicle, then pulled him back out so he could kneel on his back until he died. That is why Chauvin is in prison.

Chauvin was told by one of his fellow officers that they could not find a pulse. A person does not need to be a doctor to know that a person without a pulse needs medical care, and not a knee on his back for another two minutes.

If Chauvin had left Floyd in the police vehicle, then Floyd would be alive.

BLM has been around for a while, why have they so far, shown no interest in attacking jurors? You seem to be far more interested in attacking jurors than BLM is.

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And Floyd was behaving like a lunatic this the reason Chauvin did what he did. Did he go too far? Maybe but that does not change the fact that had it not been for the drugs in his system nothing Chauvin did would have mattered. The drugs killed him and im confused why you people threw such a fit over this while ignoring black lives that are lost to gang violence on a daily basis.BLM would have attacked the jurors, just look at their past actions, threatening the jurors with death or even killing them is not beneath them.

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Chauvin was not allowed to kill Floyd when he should have just left him in the back seat of their vehicle.

Maybe he went to far? Chauvin absolutely went too far. You claiming "maybe" is just another way of excusing what Chauvin did.

If being high was the reason for his death, then Chauvin's lawyers would have said so. What expert knowledge do you possess that his lawyers did not have?

So your evidence that BLM would have attacked the jurors, is that they have never done so in the past? That is very stupid. You know that, right?

What makes you think I'm ignoring the violence associated with others? BLM was not involved in this incident. BLM was not on trial. I'm not going to cloud the issue by bringing up BLM when they were not involved.

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He wasn’t trying to kill Floyd, he was trying to prevent him from acting like a maniac and he wouldn’t have died had he not been a lowlife drug abuser. As I previously stated I can’t get inside the mind of his lawyers, Chauvin having crappy legal advice is not relevant.no my evidence that they would have attacked the jurors is that they spent an entire summer killing cops and burning cities, like a bunch of domestic terrorists. Killing jurors is not beneath them. We are contemplating an alternate universe, all we can do is hypothesize and I am fully justified in suspecting they would have attacked the jurors. The best prediction of future behavior is past behavior. My point was when people cry over George Floyd they aren’t being sincere, if they truly cared about the plight of the black community they would be doing something to stop the gang violence. All those people protesting and rioting 4 years ago did not care one bit about him, they were either A) trying to score virtue points and feel good about themselves or B)were trying to advance a false narrative.

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He was trying to kill him, why else would he continue to kneel on him for another two minutes after the police could not find a pulse? There is no other rational reason other than to assume that Chauvin wanted to kill Floyd.

A person without a pulse is unable to behave like a lunatic.

For someone who claims not be able to get inside the mind of a lawyer, you sure are confident that you know exactly what BLM would do.

Your ideas are complete trash.

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Ok let’s go at this from a different angle: Was George Floyd high on fentanyl , yes or no?

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Yes, he was high on fentanyl. So what?

Is this a good reason for taking him back out of the police vehicle so Chauvin could kneel on him? An excuse for continuing to kneel on him when he had no discernable pulse?

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Ok I got a yes from you. Now let’s move on: was the maneuver that Chauvin used a logical course of action when the suspect is behaving like a lunatic like Floyd was. BTW this is not an essay question, it’s a yes or no question so don’t deflect to what you really want to talk about.

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No, it was not.

While the defense claimed that kneeling on a suspect was the correct course of action, they did not claim it was correct to pull a suspect out of a vehicle in order to kneel on them instead of taking them to jail.

There was no reason for Chauvin to pull Floyd out of their vehicle and put him on the ground and kneel on him, instead of leaving him the vehicle where he could not be killed.

When a police officer is kneeling on a suspect long enough for their heart to stop, they must render first aid, not continue to kneel on them to ensure they die and have no chance of being revived.

No one on this forum has bothered to explain why is was correct for Chauvin to continue to kneel on Floyd after he was informed that they could not find a pulse.

Are you one of those cowards?

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I didn’t say anything about pulling him out of the car, please answer the question that was asked and stop deflecting.

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I gave you an answer. My answer was no. Then I explained my answer. Which part of "no" did you not understand?

You're being evasive. Why can't I expect answer to the simple questions that I'm asking you?

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You’re wrong, at the time of the incident neck restraints were permitted: https://www.rochesterfirst.com/news/national/explainer-was-officers-knee-on-floyds-neck-authorized/amp/

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You didn't actually read your link did you? It was not authorized for use on persons who were no longer conscious or lacking a pulse. Chauvin kept his knee on Floyd's back for two additional minutes after they could not find a pulse.

You're being evasive. What part of "no" did you not understand?

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Chacon had no way of knowing the guy didn’t have a pulse. Again he’s not a doctor. Please answer the question honestly or we are done here.

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Chauvin was told by one of the other officers on the scene that Floyd did not have a pulse.

Where do you come up what this weird crap that you post here?

Did you follow the trial at all?

I already answered with no. You're refusing to tell me which part of my answer you don't understand.

I think you were done a while ago. You're not seeking answers, but instead you want validation for your stupid fantasies.

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Well I guess it seems we are ready to move on seeing how I had to fact check you.

As of now we have established: Floyd was on drugs and Chauvin did follow a logical course of action given the circumstances.

Now would Chauvin’s actions had had the same effect on a person who was not high and had never done drugs? This is a yes or no question.

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What was logical about Chauvin continuing to kneel on Floyd after they could not feel his pulse?

What "fact check"?

Yes. If Chauvin had knelt on a healthy person who had never taken drugs until they could not find a pulse, then kept his knee on him for another two minutes, that person would still be dead. Duh?

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That’s not what I asked, if everything was the same except for Floyd being on drugs would he still have died? Same amount of pressure and event. You’re not answering my questions.

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I did answer it. When a person is knelt on until their heart stops, they die.

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That isn’t what I asked. Also Chauvin didn’t kneel until Floyd died, he kneeled to keep him subdued because he was acting like a psychopath. Had that same amount of pressure been applied to someone not high off their ass would it still have killed them? You’re intentionally dodging the question.

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Yes. Everyone dies when a person kneels on them for two minutes after their heart stops.

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Do you think they recorded his death as Covid related after the hearing?

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Even if it was the left would still find a way to blame it on white supremacy

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...oooorr, one was needlessly murdered by the system, while the other murdered someone in the name of the system.

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Actually Rittenhouse is the sequel.

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Now's the chance for everyone to showcase how not racist they are and how much they support #BlackLivesMatter.

$2.5 billion at the box office, no doubt. Only a racist would skip the chance to see the life story of Saint George.

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You got it backwards actually. These types of movies ALWAYS bomb and people don’t blame the piss poor script or the poor acting they blame the racist white people for not coming to see it.

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They will probably blame Chauvin for it bombing at the box office and tack on another 20 years to his sentence.

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Gee, I wonder how much of his back story is going to be left out...

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All of it on Floyd.

The backstory will all be of triggers that made the cops racist.

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I see Floyd appearing in the film like the terminators in the movie Terminator. A big electric sphere will deposit him into the ghetto naked and that is how his life story starts. A brand new 47 year old.

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In the 19th century, when he'll single handedly overthrow the transatlantic slave trade.

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There was a Lifetime movie made about a local celebrity notorious for shooting a guy in a courthouse in a town I was once lived in. Instead of living in a trailer park and smoking meth habitually, the film showed her living in a huge three story house and portrayed her as being so stressed out about her kid being molested that only then was she desperate enough to turn to meth.

Definitely expecting the same treatment here, along with how George was a wonderful person who was kept down by racism, no pun intended, and how all of his problems in life were actually the result of racist whites. I would legitimately be surprised if there isn't a scene in the film showing that George only started smoking crack one day to cope with some terrible thing a white person did to him. Ditto with robbing a house and putting a gun to a pregnant woman's stomach; it's for sure going to be out of desperation because someone like his evil white boss fired him and he had to feed his family or some other racist sob story.

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Lovely. 🙄🖕🏼 A woman beating drug addict who OD'd on fentanyl gets to be glorified in a movie. Yeah it makes me want a Kyle Rittenhouse movie now.

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None of that will be in the movie. Of course.

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Alternate Title: "Daddy Held a Gun to a Pregnant Woman's Head."

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Why do you think Aracely Henriquez was pregnant when Floyd assaulted her?

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Hopefully she wasn't pregnant because then everything would be okay and the man is a modern day Gandhi!

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Says you. Why do you think people are running with the "she was pregnant" BS when it was bad enough that Floyd pointed a gun at his victim?

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Yes I do say that I hope she wasn't pregnant.

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Why do you think people are pushing the "she was pregnant" angle?

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Who knows? Maybe to offset the "he's a hero" angle.

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You can stop calling him a hero instead.

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He is a real American.
Fights for the rights of every man.
He is a real American.
Fight for your rights, fight for your life!

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Because Candace Owens interviewed the woman and she informed Candace that she was pregnant at the time.

Where did you get the evidence for your claim that she wasn't? Was it the police report that did not contain that detail? Are you aware that such a detail being left out of a report listing the elements of specific crime to which that detail is irrelevant is not at all uncommon, or are you just going off of what the "fact checkers" say?

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Got a link to this alleged interview?

I have no evidence at all that she was pregnant or not. I'm not the one claiming that she was pregnant.

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"a father with human flaws"

That sounds about like any regular dad. This is going to be nothing but lies.

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Can they possibly find an actor ugly enough to play Floyd?

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Also, where will they find all the latex?

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Latex for what?

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Recreating his enormous head.

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Understand! Maybe see if SNL saved the coneheads!

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