Narrative Collapse: Only 36% Of Americans Think George Floyd's Death Was 'Murder'Chris Menahan
Mar. 08, 2021
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Last June, sixty percent of Americans thought George Floyd's death was "murder."
From RT, "BLM backfire? US public opinion shifts on George Floyd's death, law & order, as racial divide widens after summer of riots – poll":
US public opinion on the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody has shifted since the early days of last year's Black Lives Matter protests, with trust in law enforcement growing after violent unrest in the streets.You can safely assume even less people believe the media's BS narrative but are just too afraid to say it.
The poll didn't include Floyd's most likely cause of death, which is that he died of an overdose as a result of the deadly level of fentanyl in his system.
The poll left out all other racial groups, no doubt just advance a "black vs white" narrative.
Public trust in BLM has dropped to 50 percent this month from 60 percent last June, the poll showed. Just 42 percent of white respondents said they trusted BLM. Trust in police and local law enforcement swung conversely, rising to 69 percent, including 77 percent of whites and 42 percent of blacks."Fewer than one in five (18%) support the movement to 'defund the police,'" IPSOS reported. "Across all demographic groups, support is highest among Democrats -- but even they are primarily opposed (34% support, 39% oppose)."
Our ruling oligarchs are completely out of touch and they're responding to losing public support by taking off the velvet glove and bringing out the iron fist.
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