Was Donald Trump Targeted By The Deep State From The Beginning?

Was Donald Trump Targeted By The Deep State From The Beginning?

by Anon

July 1, 2020

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Donald J. Trump entered the 2016 U.S. presidential race, and at the time many people thought it was a joke. Gliding down the escalator, he joined the crowded field of Republican contenders as a true political outsider. Once again, he made for good TV. We tuned in to see how the businessman would fare against seasoned politicians. We cringed and snickered when he said, “Only Rosie O’Donnell.” Even Hillary Clinton was amused. She wanted to run against him. How hard could it be to beat a reality TV star?

But the outsider’s message of Drain The Swamp resonated with the American People. On the campaign trail, he pointed to common-sense topics such as a nation controlling its borders. And he highlighted the unequal justice applied to corrupt politicians, in particular the gross mishandling of classified information on Hillary Clinton’s private email server hosted in her residential bathroom on the open internet. He was a breath of fresh air for the people looking for a straight-talking candidate. The people may not like everything Donald Trump said, but they intuitively felt they could work with him.

Donald Trump faced fierce headwinds with national polls predicting a 2% chance of him winning. As his crowd size grew, the objections did too. “He’ll be too close to the button and will fire nukes at North Korea!” And the old standby, “The stock market will crash if you support this guy!” Against these odds, the first-time politician won the presidency. Hillary Clinton was in shock. Completely dumbfounded, the establishment never considered the possibility she could lose. But the people weighed in and voted for the true change they had hoped to get eight years prior.

In the run-up to the election, Trump had faced accusations made against him in a salacious Russian dossier funded by the Clinton campaign. [1] As he was preparing to enter office, the machine engaged to smear Trump with a Russian collusion narrative and calls for impeachment began. Incoming National Security Advisor, General Michael Flynn, was thrown into the mix when he asked the Russian ambassador not to allow the Obama administration to impede the incoming Trump administration. He pled guilty to lying to the FBI—a plea he later retracted. General Flynn and others involved in the Trump campaign were now involved in the setup, and the machine doubled-down on the Trump-Russian collusion narrative.

All of this came after years of Clinton coziness with Russia. Who can forget the cringe-worthy reset button Hillary Clinton presented to Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, or Bill Clinton’s $500,000 speeches, or the Uranium One scandal in which the Obama administration signed over 20% of US uranium production capacity to the mining arm of the Russian nuclear energy agency. [2], [3]

But now we’re supposed to believe Trump —the newcomer who had his hands full winning his first political campaign (the presidency)—colluded with Russia? Well, we didn’t, and after a nearly three-year investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller, he didn’t either. The Mueller investigation dominated the media for years, distracting our elected officials from working on behalf of the American people, and before it could even have been fully read, a new scandal came to town.

Enter the phone call with Ukrainian president Zelensky. [4] Upon congratulating the incoming president on his win, Trump asked Zelensky about “this whole situation with Ukraine.” Clearly becoming wiser to the true extent of the Swamp and finally being out from under the Mueller investigation, Trump asked Zelensky:

I would like you to find out what happened with this whole situation with Ukraine, they say Crowdstrike… I guess you have one of your wealthy people… The server, they say Ukraine has it…

As a reminder, it has been alleged that Crowdstrike hid the DNC server in Ukraine—the one that was claimed to have been hacked. A weird place for a hired contractor to send your computer, wouldn’t you say?

We all know the Ukraine phone call led to impeachment and ultimate acquittal. But once again, the entire country was distracted by exaggerated allegations the Democrats knew would never pass the Senate.

The house impeached Donald Trump on December 19, 2019 but the Articles weren’t delivered to the Senate until January 15, 2020. An interesting coincidence, since this was the very same day the first COVID-19 patient took an indirect flight back to Washington and brought the coronavirus pandemic to American soil.

Trump responded by creating a task force led by Mike Pence, rallied American companies to quickly provide medical equipment to hot spots and replenish our depleted reserves, sent the Mercy and Comfort hospital ships to Los Angeles and New York, and shut down the country for several months to control the outbreak. And just as regions of the country were re-opening in a phased approach, George Floyd was killed by a Minneapolis cop, sparking widespread national protests.

People took to the streets with legitimate outcries, but Black Lives Matter and Antifa showed up as well, deploying to major U.S. cities to create chaos, instill fear, and destabilize our Republic. These bad actors overshadowed the peaceful protesters who sought justice for the black community. Well-intentioned people have been exploited by a well-organized insurgency that is now active in America.

Each crisis arrived on cue as Trump triumphed over its predecessor: Russia, Ukraine, COVID-19, BLM, Antifa.

Let’s tie it all together by going back to the beginning. Michael Flynn served as National Security Advisor for a mere three weeks, but spent three and a half years defending himself against Russian collusion after a career of defending our country in the United States Army. The charges against him were ultimately dropped and evidence collected in his case was recently declassified, proving Barack Obama and Joe Biden had in fact directed the intelligence community to spy on the Trump campaign.

Could it be? Did a sitting president weaponize the U.S. government against the next duly elected president? Did the Deep State machine rally to attack the incoming president for fear of having their past corrupt deeds exposed? Is that what the last four years have been about? Russia, Ukraine, COVID, BLM, Antifa. Were these events orchestrated to hide the fact that an American President and his shadow Deep State committed treason in an attempt to hide even bigger crimes and an increasing need to regain power?

They say hindsight is 2020. Review the evidence of the last four years for yourself. And you be the judge.


[1] Jason Le Miere: Trump ‘Pee Tape’ Dossier Researcher Tells Investigators He ‘Stands By’ Explosive Allegations About Russia Links, https://newsweek.com/trump-pee-tape-dossier-russia-654066

[2] Peter Schweizer: Of the 13 (Bill) Clinton speeches that fetched $500,000 or more, only two occurred during the years his wife was not secretary of state. https://politifact.com/factchecks/2015/apr/26/peter-schweizer/fact-checking-clinton-cash-author-claim-about-bill

[3] Eugene Kiely: The Facts on Uranium One, https://factcheck.org/2017/10/facts-uranium-one

[4] Read the Trump-Ukraine phone call readout, https://politico.com/story/2019/09/25/trump-ukraine-phone-call-transcript-text-pdf-1510770

[5] Noel King: 1st U.S. Case Of Coronavirus Confirmed In Washington State, https://npr.org/2020/01/22/798392221/1st-u-s-case-of-coronavirus-confirmed-in-washington-state



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To retain power, a chief tactic of the ruling class—those who fancy themselves the “global elite”—is dividing the masses. By creating labels and persuading us to identify with a label, we are taught to consider ourselves as victims in conflict with despised other groups, and to disregard the true oppressors, who long ago established the system of division for their own benefit. Generational age groups, gender, and sexual orientation have all been stereotyped and weaponized against us. But of all the labels, racial division is their most-used and most effective weapon.

Who are these self-annointed “overlords” and what are their goals? Elitist David Rockefeller addressed the Trilateral Commission in June, 1991: “We are grateful to The Washington Post, The New York Times, Time Magazine and other great publications whose directors have attended our meetings and respected their promises of discretion for almost forty years. It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subject to the bright lights of publicity during those years. But, the work is now much more sophisticated and prepared to march towards a world government. The supranational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable to the national autodetermination practiced in past centuries.”

And recently, they have turned up the heat.

The masses have a natural inclination to befriend one another and work collaboratively toward convenient, safe, and fair ways to satisfy our needs. However, the ruling class—owners of the sinister, propaganda-vomiting geyser known as the media—uses every subtle trick to sway opinions. Partitioning us into a series of tribal groups—race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, political orientation—is the hallmark of their divide-and-conquer tactics.

This insight provides needed perspective. Many events dominating the news cycle are fabricated, sensationalized, or intentionally pushed, with potential to stoke the fires of division and set people against one other. If they can channel our aggressive energy and get us to direct it at each other, they can remain in power. They hope we won’t suspect their supranational shadow-government fraternity of instigating the conflict.

These divisive events pop up every few weeks, like clockwork. Hollywood social engineers reinforce the insidious plan through films with racial undertones or politically divisive themes. The same films promote violence as the proper reaction to perceived victimhood.

Until we realize that we are being manipulated to direct aggression toward one another, the villainous elites will hold onto power. They believe they are superior to us in every way. They consider us like cattle, to be dominated, controlled, fenced, and culled, at their whim.

Their control will break when we refuse to be divided. Growing rejection of the division narrative portends well, for We the People are rising, and retaking our God-given right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

Why the FBI Relied on Crowdstrike Examination of DNC Server after Alleged Russian Hack

Why the FBI Relied on Crowdstrike Examination of DNC Server after Alleged Russian Hack

by anon

“The FBI never requested access to the DNC’s computer servers,” wrote DNC deputy communications director Eric Walker. According to an unnamed intelligence official, no U.S. intelligence agency ever did its own forensic analysis on the hacked servers. FBI and Homeland Security relied on analysis by third-party security firm CrowdStrike, which investigated the breach for the DNC. [1]

Even that narrative is questionable. “[Former] FBI Director James Comey and [former] Homeland Security chief Jeh Johnson both testified to Congress about the DNC’s reluctance to cooperate in a case the Democrats nonetheless relentlessly hyped as tantamount to an act of war.” A week before Comey’s testimony, the DNC even blamed the FBI for having never requested access. Yet an unnamed senior FBI official contradicted the DNC the very next day, telling The Hill that “The FBI repeatedly stressed to DNC officials the necessity of obtaining direct access to servers and data, only to be rebuffed… This left the FBI no choice but to rely upon a third party for information.” [2]

In hindsight, isn’t it obvious that the whole procedure was highly irregular, especially in light of the extreme sensitivity of the “Russian election interference” allegation? Who directed the FBI to disregard procedure and not insist on doing a proper forensic exam of the DNC server—especially if the alleged “Russian hacking” was going to serve as a pretext to derail Donald Trump’s legitimate presidency?

The hacking of the DNC server is what initiated the entire Trump/Russia hoax. How can we trust the DNC or Obama administration officials—contradicting each other’s statements—on such a significant matter? Let’s review the events. [4]

—In testimony to the House Intelligence Committee, the DNC IT Director, Yared Tamene Wolde-Yohannes, stated that in September 2015, a [name-redacted] FBI agent first alerted him to potential nefarious activity on the DNC network. [6, p.7] However the DNC technology team could not detect the nefarious activity. That FBI agent contacted the DNC numerous times between then and December 2015 to report continued signs of suspicious activity. The agent said his information came from other operatives in the Intelligence Community. [6, p.12]

—The FBI eventually asked the DNC for 15 GB of metadata from the DNC servers, which was to be turned over on 4/29/16. [6, p.24] But on 4/28/16, the DNC’s information technology team discovered a cyberattack on their servers.

—On 5/1/16 the DNC, through their law firm Perkins-Coie, hired CrowdStrike, a private contractor, to examine the server. From that time onward, CrowdStrike took over all communications with the FBI on behalf of the DNC. [6, p.32]

—In response to questioning over Seth Rich, Tamene stated that the DNC found no unusual or unauthorized access by DNC personnel, but admitted that CrowdStrike was involved in the process of analysis [6, p.35] (Under contract to the DNC, did Crowdstrike in effect serve as a paid advocate to exonerate DNC personnel or advance a predetermined outcome?)

—Predictably, CrowdStrike concluded that the Russians were responsible.

—In mid-June, WikiLeaks announced they were in possession of emails damaging to Clinton. They did not say how they obtained the emails, but denied that Russia provided them.

—In a perplexing “coincidence”, Shawn Henry admitted that Crowdstrike had provided some “intelligence services to the FBI as part of a contract” in the past. [5, – p.74]. A search for CrowdStrike’s government contracts reveals a contract with the FBI from 7/8/2015 to 7/7/2016. [7] So while remediating the DNC network and advocating for the DNC in contacts with the FBI, CrowdStrike simultaneously had a contract with the FBI. The period when the FBI agent originally advised Director Tamene of ‘potential nefarious activity’ on the DNC network was concurrent with CrowdStrike providing intelligence to the FBI. Which unnamed Intelligence Community source was notifying the FBI agent of nefarious activity on the DNC servers—could it have been CrowdStrike itself? Shouldn’t the [name-redacted] FBI Agent be called to testify?

—In a further “coincidence”, IT Director Tamene’s legal counsel for the House Intelligence Committee testimony was Marc Elias of Perkins-Coie—the same law firm that technically hired CrowdStrike to work for the DNC. (Doesn’t Perkins-Coie’s representation of the DNC and CrowdStrike appear to be a conflict of interest?) But back to the timeline…

—The DNC refused to allow the FBI or Homeland Security anywhere near their server. In violation of every investigative norm, the FBI accepted CrowdStrike’s unverified redacted report, and passed it on to Mueller’s special counsel. In fact, the FBI never even saw the full report, but used it as a primary source to blame Russia anyway! [3]

—The New York Times wrote an article supporting the DNC version of the story. Then Comey’s FBI leaked information to bolster this narrative, and the Times ran a second story. —The DNC version of events got repeated so frequently and passionately that it became accepted as true.

In this way, through the knowing collusion of many individuals, criticism regarding the content of Hillary’s emails was deflected, and the seeds were sown for a false narrative that Russians wanted to bolster Trump’s election changes.

In Congressional testimony, CrowdStrike’s CEO Shaun Henry could not state unequivocally that Russians hacked the DNC server or exfiltrated data from it. “There are times when we can see data exfiltrated, and we can say conclusively. But in this case it appears it was set up to be exfiltrated, but we just don’t have the evidence that says it actually left.” [5] Yet upon this thinnest of predicates was based a circa-$32-million special counsel that failed to find wrongdoing by the President, an impeachment proceeding that concluded no wrongdoing by the President, and a relentless media narrative that for 3.5 years has attempted to unseat a duly-elected President.

Bottom line: While we do know that the 2016 Clinton Campaign and DNC paid for the discredited Steele Dossier, we still don’t know what data the DNC server held that the DNC hoped to hide from the FBI—data which remains hidden to this day. We don’t know exactly what acts of wrongdoing the Obama administration hoped to conceal from their employers, the American people. However, we do know that everyone in Mr. Obama’s cabinet used private Gmail addresses for surreptitious email communication, to knowingly evade federal records retention laws. We do know that the Steele dossier (which the FBI certified to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) as reliable, and upon which the Court relied in granting warrants that legitimized spying on candidate and President Donald Trump) contained nothing more than rumors and innuendo, and had been discredited by the FBI itself. After the FBI’s stunning malfeasance was revealed, FISC Chief Judge Boasberg censured the FBI, suggesting that prior cases might be overturned due to the FBI’s pattern of lacking candor. We do know that when the Crossfire Razor investigation regarding Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn was about to be closed for lack of evidence, the FBI’s Peter Strzok overrode agency decisions and insisted it remain open so they could frame Trump’s incoming National Security Advisor, Flynn.

Four years later, unanswered questions still abound. We must continue pressing for answers to unravel the bizarre and inexplicable behavior of the DNC, the FBI, and the Obama administration.


[1] thehill.com/policy/national-security/312767-fbi-never-examined-hacked-dnc-servers-report (01/04/17)

[2] amgreatness.com/2020/02/14/impeachment-was-cover-for-crowdstrike-and-democrats-got-what-they-wanted/ (2/14/20)

[3] lidblog.com/crowdstrike-dnc/ (6/16/19)

[4] redstate.com/elizabeth-vaughn/2020/05/08/huge-crowdstrike-ceo-has-no-direct-evidence-russia-stoleexfiltrated-dnc-emails/ (5/8/20)

[5] Testimony of Shaun Henry (CrowdStrike CEO) to House Intelligence Committee (12/5/17), intelligence.house.gov/UploadedFiles/SH21.pdf

[6] Testimony of Yared Tamene Wolde-Yohannes (DNC IT Director) to House Intelligence Committee (08/30/17), dni.gov/files/HPSCI_Transcripts/Yareda_Tamene-MTR_Redacted.pdf

[7] CrowdStrike contract with the FBI, usaspending.gov/#/award/CONT_AWD_DJF151200P0007649_1549_-NONE-_-NONE-

Congressional Display of “Solidarity with Protesters” Goes Horribly Wrong


Congressional Display of “Solidarity with Protesters” Goes Horribly Wrong

by Anon

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You may have seen them with heads bowed, draped in stoles of colorful African kente cloth. Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, Jerry Nadler*, and other Democrat leaders knelt in the marbled halls of Congress for 8 minutes, in solidarity with people protesting over the death of George Floyd. [1] (*Mr. Nadler stood, as he was unable to kneel.)

Wait– Something’s gone horribly wrong! This made-for-TV photo-op was an epic fail in three respects.

Kente cloth of Ashanti slave traders

Kente cloth is deeply intertwined with the history of the Ashanti nation. The Ashanti Empire (in Ghana, on today’s map), emerged in the 17th century. The costly cloth, associated with Ashanti royalty, was woven from silk imported via the trans-Saharan trade route connecting West Africa to Asia through the Middle East. The Ashanti people practiced human slavery (as did many others of that era). Slaves from Africa were sold and transported along the very same trade route as Asian silk. Thus, kente cloth is also a powerful symbol of an African tradition of black-on-black human slavery. [2], [3] At each State of the Union address, the Congressional Black Caucus and their Democrat allies flaunt the same kente cloth stoles. Is this a bad joke?

Cultural appropriation

Cultural appropriation is “the act of taking or using things from a culture that is not your own, especially without showing that you understand or respect this culture,” per the Cambridge Dictionary. “Cultural appropriation occurs when a more powerful person or institution projects the culture of a less powerful person,” wrote Dr. Luis Urrieta, professor of cultural studies at the University of Texas at Austin. He adds, “It also often involves obscuring or erasing the meaning behind the cultural item.” [4] It is undeniable that the Democrats’ display of kente cloth—ancient symbol of African Ashanti slave-trading elites—is a blatant example of “obscuring or erasing the meaning behind the cultural item.”

Reenacting the Oppressor Role

It is also curious that “taking a knee” has become a mandatory motif of progressive demonstrations. Curious, because of the deep symbolism that kneeling invokes. Those who watched disturbing video saw apparent victim George Floyd prone, with a policeman apparently kneeling on Floyd’s neck. By kneeling, Congressional Democrats symbolically reenacted the last scene of George Floyd’s life—only they took the role of oppressors. We Americans traditionally stand to honor our flag and our dignitaries; we kneel only in prayer. Our forebears soundly rejected Old World traditions of bowing to royalty in 1776, when 13 American colonies revolted against European royalty and asserted our God-given independence. Is the display of “taking a knee” poor taste, another bad joke, or perhaps they thought you wouldn’t notice?


[1] Kelen McBreen: Democrats Channel African Slave Traders In Kneeling BLM Photo Op, newswars.com/democrats-channel-african-slave-traders-in-kneeling-blm-photo-op/

[2] O.Ekeocha: Nigerian Woman Scolds Democrats for Exploiting her Kente Tribe Scarves, twitter.com/obianuju/status/1270053042340139008

[3] J.Achberger: Kente: Not Just Any Old Cloth, ultimatehistoryproject.com/kente-cloth-and-the-history-of-the-ashanti-people.html

[4] Samantha Grasso: A comprehensive guide to understanding cultural appropriation, dailydot.com/irl/what-is-cultural-appropriation/

Special Treatment for Minority Students Could Backfire


Special Treatment for Minority Students Could Backfire

by anon

In the aftermath of rioting and looting that followed the death of George Floyd, there have been repeated calls to give black students unequal (preferential) treatment on university campuses nationwide. Is this a good policy, or will it have side-effects detrimental to blacks?

Students at the University of California at Los Angeles demanded postponement of final exams for black students. At UC San Diego, students and faculty argued for “universal passing grades for Black [sic] students in response to the death of George Floyd.” The University of Washington heard demands for a “gentle grading policy for Black [sic] students” in response to recent social unrest. UCLA Professor Gordon Klein merely asked the reasonable question of how a person’s racial background could even be determined, in light of online-only courses during the current semester. He was put on leave after rejecting the request to postpone finals for black students. Threats of violence ensued, necessitating police protection.

Let us entertain a thought-experiment. What if universities acceded to such demands and gave black students automatic passing grades during the current unrest (or any time)? The policy would quickly gain notoriety. Employers considering job applicants would become aware that a degree from University So-and-So has a different meaning if the candidate is black. The unfortunate victim of this double standard may or may not have actually attended courses or successfully completed a final exam. The degree is no longer an accurate metric of academic achievement. This puts the hiring manager into a difficult bind. Should they apply the same standard to all job applicants? Should they assume that all black graduates with the same degree as white graduates are less qualified? Might the employer be subject to claims of racial discrimination, if they prefer to hire graduates who actually attended class and actually passed final exams, rather than a rubber-stamp degree conferred under a “gentle grading policy”?

The most empowering policy is equal treatment for all people, rather than special treatment based upon a person’s skin color, racial identity, ethnicity, sex/gender, age, or any other physical characteristic. Hiring should be based upon merit rather than quotas. An empowering society is one that gives every person an equal chance to succeed, and rewards hard work and accomplishment.

Martin Luther King said that people should not be evaluated based on the color of their skin. Yet aren’t such demands a kind of reverse racism that asks us to do exactly that?


[1] UCLA Professor Placed on Leave After Refusing to Give Black Students Special Treatment (Postponement of Exams), https://www.breitbart.com/tech/2020/06/10/ucla-prof-placed-on-leave-after-refusing-to-postpone-exams-for-black-students/

Is Voter Fraud Really an Issue?

Every American citizen, and especially new citizens, cherishes the right to vote for our elected officials, who we put in place to advocate for our interests and protect our liberties. Free and fair elections are critical to ensure that every citizen’s vote is counted correctly and that our voice, through our vote, is heard. Electoral and voter fraud cancels out our vote, and illegally takes away our natural right to vote for our government.

Most Americans don’t know the various types of voter fraud – impersonation at the polls, false registrations, duplicate voting, fraudulent use of absentee ballots, buying votes, illegal “assistance” at the polls, ineligible voting, altering the vote count, and ballot petition fraud. [1] That’s quite a long list of ways that our voices, as American citizens, are taken away.

Voter fraud is often portrayed as a contentious or controversial topic, but is it really? Is there evidence that it exists?

According to reports, four States had election fraud so bad that the outcomes were overturned: North Carolina, Florida, New York and Missouri, and gives fifteen separate instances where elections were overturned. [2] Various methods of voter fraud were used, including absentee ballot fraud, submission of illegal mail-in ballots and not counting provisional ballots, bribing voters and “tampering with absentee ballots” as well as illegally “assisting” at the polling location. There are other cases that involved non-residents being coerced into voting illegally.

Other methods of voter fraud involve ballots being cast for people who are dead or who have moved out of the state, which is made possible by localities and states not regularly reviewing their voter rolls. Judicial Watch, a government watchdog group, successfully argued in court that Los Angeles County must remove from it’s rolls “as many as 1.5 million inactive registered names that may be invalid.” [3] The court agreed. Los Angeles County was found to have more people on its voter rolls than it had eligible to vote (112%), which is a situation tailor made for voter fraud.

Whether or not we see it, voter fraud affects every American negatively because it take our choice away from us, and gives that choice -and our voice- to someone else. Americans are fair-minded people and all of us know this is not just morally wrong, but illegal and bad for our country. We rightly decry voter and electoral fraud in other countries, but unfortunately we have it here as well, and it is not limited to one party or in one state. We can all help in our own ways, from volunteering to work at a polling station to educating our fellow citizens, to making sure our own local voter rolls are up to date and accurate.


[1] https://www.heritage.org/sites/default/files/voterfraud_download/VoterFraudCases_5.pdf

[2] https://www.dailysignal.com/2020/04/21/15-election-results-that-were-thrown-out-because-of-fraudulent-mail-in-ballots/

[3] https://www.judicialwatch.org/press-releases/california-and-los-angeles-county-to-remove-1-5-million-inactive-voters-from-voter-rolls-settle-judicial-watch-federal-lawsuit/

Should George Floyd Be Put on a Pedestal?

Should George Floyd Be Put on a Pedestal?

Despite all the observances memorializing George Floyd, you may not have heard the most relevant facts. Mr. Floyd was not the innocent victim that has been portrayed. As a narcotics user, porn star, and violent felon, is he really the kind of role model we want for our children?

Cause of Death: Fentanyl and Meth

Asphyxiation was NOT the cause of Mr. Floyd’s death. The Hennepin County Attorney stated that he “had underlying health conditions including coronary artery disease and hypertensive heart disease. The combined effects of [police restraint], his underlying health conditions, and any potential intoxicants in his system likely contributed to his death.” [1] The medical examiner found “no life-threatening injuries”. [2] Right away this undermines the police brutality narrative. The toxicology report reveals that Mr. Floyd was high on deadly narcotics at the time of death, with a fentanyl concentration of 11 ng/mL (four times a lethal dose), norfentanyl 5.6 ng/mL, methamphetamine 19 ng/mL, morphine 86 ng/mL, and marijuana metabolites. His blood also contained 4-ANPP, an impurity found in fentanyl preparations. From this, one might conclude that George Floyd killed himself!

Violent Criminal History

“What is not being told is the violent criminal history of George Floyd. The media will not air this,” police union president Bob Kroll told his members. [4] Mr. Floyd had been incarcerated for five years in 2009 for an assault and robbery, and had previously been behind bars 4 times for offenses ranging from theft with a firearm to drugs. [5]

Porn Star

Mr. Floyd also starred in numerous amateur porn videos using the name “Floyd The Landlord.” [3]

Meanwhile, other Black police officers died maintaining order during the ensuing riots, and their sacrifice has largely been ignored.

When was the last time we saw politicians kneel for a fallen police officer, soldier, fire fighter or first responder? Justice demands that we honor those who serve our communities by protecting life and property. The hero-worship of George Floyd is phony, contrived and misplaced.


[1] https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2020/may/29/george-floyd-died-police-restraint-combined-health/

[2] Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s Office Autopsy Report on deceased George Floyd, No. 20-3700 (6/3/2020)

[3] TheHabibShow.Com/YouPorn

[4] George Floyd had ‘violent criminal history’: Minneapolis police union chief https://nypost.com/2020/06/02/george-floyd-had-violent-criminal-history-minneapolis-union-chief/

[5] https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8366533/George-Floyd-moved-Minneapolis-start-new-life-released-prison-Texas.html