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(News Article):Candace Owens: George Floyd Was A Violent Criminal Felon, And Racially Motivated Police Brutality Against Blacks Is A Fabricated Media Myth
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June 4, 2020
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Candace Owens: George Floyd Was A Violent Criminal Felon, And Racially Motivated Police Brutality Against Blacks Is A Fabricated Media Myth

Thursday, June 04, 2020 by: Mike Adams

TagsGeorge Floyd, Criminals, Black AmericaCandace OwensHonestJournalism Fact Check, , LiesPolice brutalityPolice ViolencePropagandaRiotingRiotsTruthViolence

(Natural News) Candace Owens, one of the most elucidating voices in black America, has declared she does not support George Floyd, whom she describes as a repeat felony criminal who carried out a multitude of violent crimes, including threatening a pregnant woman with a gun held to her torso. Floyd was sentenced to five years in prison for that armed robbery crime.

The lying corporate-controlled media doesn’t tell the public anything negative about George Floyd because he has to be shaped into a cultural hero in order to support the mass rioting now taking place across the country. So the media withholds the real facts about Floyd, including the fact that he was high on two different drugs (including fentanyl) at the time of his arrest.

While explaining that she does not in any way support the actions of the arresting officers who killed George Floyd, Candace Owens says that she also doesn’t support the black community making heroes out of its lowest criminals who are despicable human beings. No other race, she explains, chooses its most vile criminals, and tries to transform them into heroes through media lies and propaganda. Only the black community does that, and the practice needs to stop, she says.

Black America has plenty of real heroes who are upstanding, successful, non-violent individuals. Owens asks why black America can’t honor its moral, ethical and law-abiding heroes instead of glorifying the lowest low life scraped from the bottom of the heap of humanity.

Owens says she held back on releasing this video for several days due to the emotional environment surrounding the George Floyd murder and the left-wing riots.

Watch Candace Owens in this Brighteon.com video, and share everywhere you can:

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Follow more news on violence in America at Violence.news.

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As I suggested in the previous thread about the riots, I agree with Candice Owens. This George Floyd incident reminds me so much of the Trayvon Martin incident, where a criminal black man was fatally shot after he (allegedly) assaulted somebody. The black community hailed him as a hero, too, and gloried Skittles because Trayvon had been eating Skittles when he was shot. I remember thinking, "Wow, is this the best the black community can do for a hero--a low-life with a criminal history?"

Trayvon Benjamin Martin (February 5, 1995 – February 26, 2012) was a 17-year-old African-American teenager from Miami Gardens, Florida, who was fatally shot in Sanford, Florida by George Zimmerman. Martin had gone with his father on a visit to his father's fiancée at her townhouse at The Retreat at Twin Lakes in Sanford. On the evening of February 26, Martin was walking back alone to the fiancée's house from a nearby convenience store. Zimmerman, a member of the community watch, saw Martin and reported him to the Sanford Police as suspicious. Several minutes later, there was an altercation and Zimmerman fatally shot Martin in the chest.

Zimmerman was injured during the encounter and claimed he had been defending himself;[1] he was not charged at the time. The police said there was no evidence to refute his claim of self-defense, and that Florida's stand your ground law prohibited them from arresting or charging him.

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While a student at Dr. Michael M. Krop High School, Martin had behavioral issues. At the time of the shooting, he was serving a ten-day suspension for having a marijuana pipe and an empty bag containing marijuana residue. He had been suspended twice before, for tardiness and truancy and marking up a door with graffiti. The suspension for graffiti was in October 2011, when Martin was observed by a school police officer on a security camera "hiding and being suspicious" in a restricted area of the school. According to the officer, he later observed Martin marking up a door with "W.T.F." ("what the fuck?"). When his backpack was searched the next day by a Miami-Dade School Police officer, looking for the graffiti marker, the officer found a dozen pieces of women's jewelry, a watch and a screwdriver that was described by the school police officer as a burglary tool. The jewelry found in his backpack included silver wedding bands and earrings with diamonds. When Martin was asked by the officer if the jewelry belonged to his family or a girlfriend, he said a friend had given it to him. When asked for the name of the friend, Martin declined to provide it. The school police impounded the jewelry and sent photographs of it to detectives at Miami-Dade to investigate it further. No evidence ever surfaced at that time that the jewelry was stolen. 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trayvon_Martin

So many people think that all their own stupid little criminal acts are not significant. Yet if a victim of police brutality were a more upstanding citizen, somebody might be willing to defend him against police, as they would defend their own family member, or at least would avenge him after-the-fact.  Note that RFB video I posted in the other thread, where RFB said if the National Guard had shot one of his family members standing in the doorway for no reason, even if only with a rubber bullet, he would have shot back with real bullets. In an upstanding, closely knit community, this is what many community members would do. In contrast, in this case all the black community did was make a lot of noise, light a lot of fires, and target a lot of businesses in their own neighborhoods, which was counterproductive, as well as causing the (likely accidental) death of yet another black man.  Why not? Who wants to lay down their life for a petty counterfeiter? The long term consequences are that everyone got hurt because the rioters gave justification to the government to lock down *everyone*, and the black community ended up looking foolish throughout the whole affair. The public needs to wake up and to stop being puppets and "useful idiots" of the Elites, and people need to stop acting like idiots and doing petty crimes because someone convinced them it's "cool" to do that.

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