George Floyd Day Kicks Off With Shooting at George Floyd Square in Minneapolis on Live TVChris Menahan
May. 25, 2021
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America's first annual George Floyd Day kicked off on Tuesday with a shooting at George Floyd Square in Minneapolis with the scene partially captured on live TV.
The shooting broke out while ABC News was discussing a 9 minute 29 second "moment of silence" to remember the 9 minutes and 29 seconds "Derek Chauvin knelt on George Floyd's neck."
The shooting was also captured by the AP while reporter Philip Crowther was discussing a bill pushing "comprehensive police reform":
One person showed up with a gunshot wound to a local hospital, according to Fox News' Garrett Tenney.
"At least 13 people were killed in 13 mass shootings spread across 10 states," CBS News reported on the eve of George Floyd Day.
Seeing as how the skyrocketing murder rate is the most tangible effect of The Great Awokening triggered by Floyd's death, the timing couldn't be any more appropriate!
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