Police Body Cam Video Shows Belligerent George Floyd on Drugs Resisting Arrest Before Death

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Months after the death of serial felon drug addict George Floyd during an encounter with Minneapolis law enforcement, the officers’ body camera footage has finally been released to the public.

The Daily Mail has obtained the video that was suspiciously hidden from the public while attitudes were being formed about the highly polarizing incident. Contrary to the media spin, the footage shows Floyd to be belligerent, high on drugs, and resisting arrest shortly before he died.

Throughout the entire encounter, Floyd was incoherent and seemingly unable to comply with simple requests from the officers. Floyd complained incessantly about not being able to breathe, even before he was placed on the ground, which was done per his request.

“Stand up. Stop falling down,” Officer Kueng said. “Stay on your feet and face the car door.”

“Please man. Don’t leave me by myself man, please. I’m just claustrophobic,” Floyd said.

“Well you’re still going in the car,” Officer Lane said.

After resisting for minutes and refusing to be placed in the cop car, Floyd was put on the ground. It took several officers to restrain the belligerent and drug-addled suspect, who continued complaining the entire time.

“I’m through,” Floyd said while he was on the ground. “I’m claustrophobic. My stomach hurts. My neck hurts. Everything hurts. I need some water or something, please.”

The officers called for EMTs to arrive before Floyd died of a heart attack, according to the county medical examiner. He has since been canonized by society as a martyr for the collective sins of racist white people.

Big League Politics has reported on Floyd’s legacy as cities are razed nationwide by mobs of terrorists as America quickly morphs into Somalia:

On March 28, 2020, hundreds of people took to the streets in downtown Columbus to protest the death of George Floyd.

Floyd’s case involved a Minneapolis police officer kneeling on his neck during an arrest on May 25.

The incident sparked a massive riot in Minneapolis which has galvanized other demonstrations across the nation.

According to the Columbus Dispatch, 300 protesters blocked the intersections and there was a heavy police presence in downtown Columbus.

The protests were originally calm, but became disorderly late on the night of March 28, according to reports. WCMH Channel 4 reporter Eric Halperin reported that protesters started smashing windows at the Statehouse downtown and some were able to break inside the building. Halperin reported that law enforcement moved in to protect the Statehouse.

Rioters threw plastic bottles and other small objects at police officers earlier in the evening. Throughout the demonstration, protesters chanted “Black lives matter” and “Say his name”, referring to Floyd. The demonstrators also chanted “I can’t breathe,” which was a reference to Eric Garner’s death in New York back in 2014.

According to a WCMH Channel 4 report, police used a chemical spray to push the crowd back at around 10:20 p.m., which caused the crowd to partially break up. However, according to video footage from WBNS Channel 10, there was still a sizable crowd on the street around 11:15 p.m.

Around 11:15 p.m Halperin reported that the protests started getting heated when demonstrators began throwing a plastic bottle at a police officer on horseback, which ended up startling his horse.

Halperin reported tensions in Columbus began escalating around 11:15 p.m., showing video of a plastic bottle being thrown at the feet of a horse ridden by a police officer, startling the horse.

Violent thugs have free reign in George Floyd’s America.

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