"God Bless George Floyd" is Racist According to Woketards

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He had his stash in his ass, that's a more direct path to the blood stream than swallowing it.
And drugs (or anything else) is somehow an excuse for a public execution? What country do you want to live in?? I suggest Erdogan's Turkey where street trial by judge, jury and executioner might be right up your alley.

I'll get you a one way ticket - Sound good? :)
 

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So you swallowed the propaganda completely, GOT IT. LMAO
You're idol is about to go down - HARD

Nothing will alter the fact that he had a lethal dose of fentanyl on board along with other drugs. He was a dead man walking before the police arrived.

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Not according to the coroners report.

The toxicology report said he had 11 ng/ml of fentanyl in his system along with meth and marijuana. 11 ng/ml is well above a lethal dose of fentanyl. That wasn't available when the corner issued his premature report.

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For who? Not for someone who has built up a tolerance.

Not true, people have died from as little as 3.2 ng/ml, the average OD death occurs at about 9.6 ng/ml. This is a different site than I read before but it directly addresses Floyd.


According to George Floyd’s toxicology report, his blood contained 11.0 ng/mL Fentanyl, plus 5.6 ng/mL norfentanyl, 19 ng/mL of methamphetamine, and three other drugs.

It is clear from the police recordings that Floyd complained of breathing difficulty prior to any police restraint. In other words, he was in the process of dying prior to the arrival of the police. When the police recognized his condition they called for medics. Floyd was restrained on his stomach according to protocol. One effect of fentanyl is nausea. Having a person on their stomach keeps them from choking on their own vomit. This is why police protocol requires them to be restrained on their stomach.


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Regular users build up tolerances. If he had swallowed his stash or something maybe, but the autopsy would had discovered the remnants of the pills in his stomach.

He had his stash in his ass, that's a more direct path to the blood stream than swallowing it.

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That's funny. But, none of the revisionists story say the police think they saw him shoving pills up his ass, but they do say they might have seen him swallowing a pill or two.
 

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He had his stash in his ass, that's a more direct path to the blood stream than swallowing it.
And drugs (or anything else) is somehow an excuse for a public execution? What country do you want to live in?? I suggest Erdogan's Turkey where street trial by judge, jury and executioner might be right up your alley.

I'll get you a one way ticket - Sound good? :)

The SOB killed himself, and a commie propagandist like you would do much better there than I would.

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So you swallowed the propaganda completely, GOT IT. LMAO
You're idol is about to go down - HARD

Nothing will alter the fact that he had a lethal dose of fentanyl on board along with other drugs. He was a dead man walking before the police arrived.

.
Not according to the coroners report.

The toxicology report said he had 11 ng/ml of fentanyl in his system along with meth and marijuana. 11 ng/ml is well above a lethal dose of fentanyl. That wasn't available when the corner issued his premature report.

.
For who? Not for someone who has built up a tolerance.

Not true, people have died from as little as 3.2 ng/ml, the average OD death occurs at about 9.6 ng/ml. This is a different site than I read before but it directly addresses Floyd.


According to George Floyd’s toxicology report, his blood contained 11.0 ng/mL Fentanyl, plus 5.6 ng/mL norfentanyl, 19 ng/mL of methamphetamine, and three other drugs.

It is clear from the police recordings that Floyd complained of breathing difficulty prior to any police restraint. In other words, he was in the process of dying prior to the arrival of the police. When the police recognized his condition they called for medics. Floyd was restrained on his stomach according to protocol. One effect of fentanyl is nausea. Having a person on their stomach keeps them from choking on their own vomit. This is why police protocol requires them to be restrained on their stomach.


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Regular users build up tolerances. If he had swallowed his stash or something maybe, but the autopsy would had discovered the remnants of the pills in his stomach.

He had his stash in his ass, that's a more direct path to the blood stream than swallowing it.

.
That's funny. But, none of the revisionists story say the police think they saw him shoving pills up his ass, but they do say they might have seen him swallowing a pill or two.

The autopsy, page 2, Item III said No life threatening injuries identified. How is that possible?

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So you swallowed the propaganda completely, GOT IT. LMAO
You're idol is about to go down - HARD

Nothing will alter the fact that he had a lethal dose of fentanyl on board along with other drugs. He was a dead man walking before the police arrived.

.
Not according to the coroners report.

The toxicology report said he had 11 ng/ml of fentanyl in his system along with meth and marijuana. 11 ng/ml is well above a lethal dose of fentanyl. That wasn't available when the corner issued his premature report.

.
For who? Not for someone who has built up a tolerance.

Not true, people have died from as little as 3.2 ng/ml, the average OD death occurs at about 9.6 ng/ml. This is a different site than I read before but it directly addresses Floyd.


According to George Floyd’s toxicology report, his blood contained 11.0 ng/mL Fentanyl, plus 5.6 ng/mL norfentanyl, 19 ng/mL of methamphetamine, and three other drugs.

It is clear from the police recordings that Floyd complained of breathing difficulty prior to any police restraint. In other words, he was in the process of dying prior to the arrival of the police. When the police recognized his condition they called for medics. Floyd was restrained on his stomach according to protocol. One effect of fentanyl is nausea. Having a person on their stomach keeps them from choking on their own vomit. This is why police protocol requires them to be restrained on their stomach.


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Regular users build up tolerances. If he had swallowed his stash or something maybe, but the autopsy would had discovered the remnants of the pills in his stomach.

He had his stash in his ass, that's a more direct path to the blood stream than swallowing it.

.
That's funny. But, none of the revisionists story say the police think they saw him shoving pills up his ass, but they do say they might have seen him swallowing a pill or two.

The autopsy, page 2, Item III said No life threatening injuries identified. How is that possible?

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DrLove I appreciate you adding to my reaction score. But being the ignorant commie that you are, you can read the autopsy for yourself.


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So you swallowed the propaganda completely, GOT IT. LMAO
You're idol is about to go down - HARD

Nothing will alter the fact that he had a lethal dose of fentanyl on board along with other drugs. He was a dead man walking before the police arrived.

.
Not according to the coroners report.

The toxicology report said he had 11 ng/ml of fentanyl in his system along with meth and marijuana. 11 ng/ml is well above a lethal dose of fentanyl. That wasn't available when the corner issued his premature report.

.
For who? Not for someone who has built up a tolerance.

Not true, people have died from as little as 3.2 ng/ml, the average OD death occurs at about 9.6 ng/ml. This is a different site than I read before but it directly addresses Floyd.


According to George Floyd’s toxicology report, his blood contained 11.0 ng/mL Fentanyl, plus 5.6 ng/mL norfentanyl, 19 ng/mL of methamphetamine, and three other drugs.

It is clear from the police recordings that Floyd complained of breathing difficulty prior to any police restraint. In other words, he was in the process of dying prior to the arrival of the police. When the police recognized his condition they called for medics. Floyd was restrained on his stomach according to protocol. One effect of fentanyl is nausea. Having a person on their stomach keeps them from choking on their own vomit. This is why police protocol requires them to be restrained on their stomach.


.
Regular users build up tolerances. If he had swallowed his stash or something maybe, but the autopsy would had discovered the remnants of the pills in his stomach.

He had his stash in his ass, that's a more direct path to the blood stream than swallowing it.

.
That's funny. But, none of the revisionists story say the police think they saw him shoving pills up his ass, but they do say they might have seen him swallowing a pill or two.

The autopsy, page 2, Item III said No life threatening injuries identified. How is that possible?

.

The world was gaslit by misreporting about George Floyd’s initial autopsy report. As concerned physicians, we write to deconstruct the misinformation and condemn the ways this weaponization of medical language reinforced white supremacy at the torment of Black Americans.

Gaslighting is a method of psychological manipulation employed to make a victim question their own sanity, particularly in scenarios where they are mistreated. .......


A timeline of events illustrates how a series of omissions and commissions regarding Mr. Floyd’s initial autopsy results deceptively fractured the truth. On May 28, a statement released by the Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s office reported ongoing investigations and acknowledgement from the forensic pathologist that an “autopsy … must be interpreted in the context of the pertinent investigative information.” As per standardized medical examination, Floyd’s underlying health conditions and toxicology screen were documented. These are ordinary findings that do not suggest causation of death, yet headlines and the May 29 charging document falsely overstated the role of Floyd’s coronary artery disease and hypertension, which increase the risk of stroke and heart attack over years, not minutes. Asphyxia—suffocation—does not always demonstrate physical signs, as other physician groups have noted.

Without this important medical context, however, the public was left to reconcile manipulated medical language with the evidence they had personally witnessed. Ultimately, the initial report overstated and misrepresented the role of chronic medical conditions, inappropriately alluded to intoxicants, and failed to acknowledge the stark reality that but for the defendant’s knee on George Floyd’s neck, he would not be dead today.
 

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So you swallowed the propaganda completely, GOT IT. LMAO
You're idol is about to go down - HARD

Nothing will alter the fact that he had a lethal dose of fentanyl on board along with other drugs. He was a dead man walking before the police arrived.

.
Not according to the coroners report.

The toxicology report said he had 11 ng/ml of fentanyl in his system along with meth and marijuana. 11 ng/ml is well above a lethal dose of fentanyl. That wasn't available when the corner issued his premature report.

.
For who? Not for someone who has built up a tolerance.

Not true, people have died from as little as 3.2 ng/ml, the average OD death occurs at about 9.6 ng/ml. This is a different site than I read before but it directly addresses Floyd.


According to George Floyd’s toxicology report, his blood contained 11.0 ng/mL Fentanyl, plus 5.6 ng/mL norfentanyl, 19 ng/mL of methamphetamine, and three other drugs.

It is clear from the police recordings that Floyd complained of breathing difficulty prior to any police restraint. In other words, he was in the process of dying prior to the arrival of the police. When the police recognized his condition they called for medics. Floyd was restrained on his stomach according to protocol. One effect of fentanyl is nausea. Having a person on their stomach keeps them from choking on their own vomit. This is why police protocol requires them to be restrained on their stomach.


.
Regular users build up tolerances. If he had swallowed his stash or something maybe, but the autopsy would had discovered the remnants of the pills in his stomach.

He had his stash in his ass, that's a more direct path to the blood stream than swallowing it.

.
That's funny. But, none of the revisionists story say the police think they saw him shoving pills up his ass, but they do say they might have seen him swallowing a pill or two.

The autopsy, page 2, Item III said No life threatening injuries identified. How is that possible?

.

The world was gaslit by misreporting about George Floyd’s initial autopsy report. As concerned physicians, we write to deconstruct the misinformation and condemn the ways this weaponization of medical language reinforced white supremacy at the torment of Black Americans.

Gaslighting is a method of psychological manipulation employed to make a victim question their own sanity, particularly in scenarios where they are mistreated. .......


A timeline of events illustrates how a series of omissions and commissions regarding Mr. Floyd’s initial autopsy results deceptively fractured the truth. On May 28, a statement released by the Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s office reported ongoing investigations and acknowledgement from the forensic pathologist that an “autopsy … must be interpreted in the context of the pertinent investigative information.” As per standardized medical examination, Floyd’s underlying health conditions and toxicology screen were documented. These are ordinary findings that do not suggest causation of death, yet headlines and the May 29 charging document falsely overstated the role of Floyd’s coronary artery disease and hypertension, which increase the risk of stroke and heart attack over years, not minutes. Asphyxia—suffocation—does not always demonstrate physical signs, as other physician groups have noted.

Without this important medical context, however, the public was left to reconcile manipulated medical language with the evidence they had personally witnessed. Ultimately, the initial report overstated and misrepresented the role of chronic medical conditions, inappropriately alluded to intoxicants, and failed to acknowledge the stark reality that but for the defendant’s knee on George Floyd’s neck, he would not be dead today.
Thanks for this. the cause of death is obvious to anyone who watched more than 30 seconds of the video.
 

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