WashPo: "On May 25, 2020, George Floyd Was Shot And Killed in Police Custody"

Chris Menahan
May. 24, 2022

Do you remember where you were when Derek Chauvin shot and killed George Floyd on May 25, 2020 in Minneapolis?

"On May 25, 2020, George Floyd was shot and killed in police custody. His death sparked outrage, wide scale protests and calls to change policing," the Washington Post said in a tweet on Monday.

If you do remember that fateful night -- and of course it's imperative that we all Never Forget™ -- the Washington Post wants to hear how it affected you and your community.

I remember that warm spring day vividly.

I remember how Derek Chauvin, while high on fentanyl and meth, shoved his gun into the belly of a pregnant man who had called police to report that a white man had tried to pass off a counterfeit two-dollar bill at a local convenience store. George Floyd, the first black astronaut to go to Mars, witnessed the injustice taking place and rushed to xir's defense, shouting "Trans rights are human rights!"

In a fit of rage, Chauvin responded by shooting Floyd right in the neck and screaming out, "You will not replace us!"

Yes indeed, I remember it like it was yesterday!

His death sparked outrage, wide scale protests and calls to change policing... and absolutely no riots! A few white supremacist boogaloo boys were arrested for trying to start riots by shooting up a Minneapolis police station in Black Lives Matter's name but they were quickly exposed by our intrepid media.

Chauvin was later given a free trial and found guilty on five counts of racism in the first-degree for hate crimes and white supremacy.

I'll be sure to write the Post to let them know how it changed my life and my community forever!

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