U.S. Congressman Replies to George Floyd’s “Overdose”

Since day one, prosecutors were aware of the drugs that George Floyd had in his system when he died. This isn’t an opinion. This is a fact as clearly evidenced by their handwritten notes from a meeting with Dr. Baker, the Hennepin County Medical Examiner. The meeting, along with law enforcement special agents the same day George Floyd’s autopsy report was released by the Hennepin County Medical Examiner.

Now—more than two years later—we’re finally started to see the truth come out. Even those who refused to recognize the significant amount of drugs Floyd had taken—and the dangerous mix of fentanyl and methamphetamine—are owning up to the fact.

It seems that “the murder” of George Floyd has now become the “George Floyd overdose.”

Take for example U.S. Representative Dean Phillips. In a recent Twitter post he seems to admit that George Floyd’s death was a drug overdose in his criticism of Representative Marjorie Greene.

But don’t take my word for it, see for yourself:

With all the lying going around in the U.S. Congress these days, facts barely stand a chance. But if there’s one thing I’ve noticed in researching and writing They’re Lying: The Media, The Left, and The Death of George Floyd, it’s that the truth and facts eventually come to light.

As mentioned on pages 90 and 91, the Hennepin County attorneys were aware that George Floyd’s death “could be acceptable to call an O.D.” and that at least one attorney admitted in their own handwriting that “from all the videos I’ve seen” it appears that Chauvin’s “knee is on the SIDE of his neck.”

Again, don’t take my word for it, the facts and evidence speak for themselves…