On This Day, May 25th

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On May 25, 2020, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, George Floyd’s death sparked destructive nationwide protests and ignited anti-police sentiment across major liberal cities.

Floyd, a 46-year-old African American man, was arrested by Minneapolis police officers after  using a counterfeit $20 bill at a convenience store. During the arrest, Officer Derek Chauvin knelt on Floyd’s neck for approximately 9 minutes as Floyd repeatedly stated that he couldn’t breathe.

Floyd had a criminal record that included a number of convictions prior to his death. In 2007, Floyd was convicted of a robbery offense in Texas and was sentenced to five years in prison. In 2009, Floyd was sentenced to 10 months in jail for pleading guilty to a drug offense in a separate case.


On June 25, 2021, Derek Chauvin was sentenced by Judge Peter Cahill. He received a prison sentence of 22.5 years for the charges of second-degree unintentional murder and third-degree murder.

But before his sentencing, violent protests shook the 2020 summer. Countless stores and businesses were destroyed and looted all in the name of a criminal. BLM activists and supporters organized and participated in these protests and riots, claiming accountability was needed for Floyd’s death. BLM organizations and activists claimed they wanted to help George Floyd’s family by organizing massive fundraisers. And now the subject of how those funds were properly spent continue to this day…


  1. Was this planned or an opportunity for the radical left’s rise of their ideology?…that is my question.

  2. Floyd was an asshole, not anyone special. Take a look at all his crimes.
    He’s right where he should’ve been years ago

  3. Why do we have to keep looking at this thug, as if the bastard was a hero or something. Plain and simple, he was a thug.


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