Source: Maryam Henein

Thanks to the Rona, the federal trial of the three officers in the death of George Floyd was put on pause. The trial exploring civil rights violations has been underway for more than a week. Who is paying attention? 

Do you suffer from George Floyd fatigue? If so, I understand. Perhaps that is why the reportage of this federal trial has been scant.

If you don’t care, consider that Floyd’s death was the pivotal First Domino used to usher in communism and overthrow the United States of America. To quote author Jack Posobiec, “it was the spark that lit the fuse.”

At roughly 9:15 a.m on Wednesday, February 2nd, Earl Gray, the spunky attorney for Officer Thomas Lane, approached reporter and anchor Esme Murphy of WCCO-TV and said, “Wait ’til you hear this.”

Thirty minutes later, Judge Paul Magnuson stepped out in front of the bench and announced that one of the defendants had tested positive for COVID-19. As a result, the trial of USA VS Thao et al was adjourned until 9:30 a.m. Monday, February 7th, 2022.

It all sounds like a twisted episode of Judge Judy.

By the time Magnuson made the announcement, Kueng and Thao had already exited the courtroom, along with so-called “spectators” of the courtroom. For the record, Floyd’s girlfriend, Courtney Ross, and brother Philonise Floyd have been attending the trial.

Neither the press release nor the judge identified which defendant suddenly developed COVID-19, but Kueng and Thao were both initially inside the courtroom while Thomas Lane was not. Hopefully, people can run the numbers for themselves.

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I wondered:

Was Lane considered asymptomatic? Was it a false positive? Is his pregnant wife rumored to be a ‘journalist,’ in the courtroom alongside him now also a candidate for a positive determination?  Arguably all of these COVID-19 measures are designed for a state of constant disruptions.

Doesn’t everyone know by now that the PCR test is not a diagnostic tool? It’s a non-test test. It’s a sorcery abracadabra gizmo, an enabler to a Casedemic. RT-PCR amplifies genetic matter from the virus in cycles. Cycle thresholds above 28 are too sensitive and can lead to huge numbers of false positives.  National Health Service (NHS) was using them at cycles over 40, and who knows what they are currently.  Even The New York Times recognizes this. In the current world of HELLth, however, PCR is touted as the “most accurate” way to suss out positive proof of the virus.

But I digress.

The trial, which was assessed to last three weeks, will now likely bleed into four.

Perhaps you recall George Floyd also tested positive; he apparently had a known positive diagnosis seven weeks earlier.

“I just had Covid, man,” he pleaded with the officers.

Prior to this announcement I had joked, ‘Wait. I bet it will be announced that he died of Covid-19 too.” I said this given people dying with a positive result were being classified as a COVID-19 death. Even Former Advisor Deborah Birx admitted this.

But oh no. It did not play a role in Floyd’s death. The virus didn’t impact his breathing at all. It was like COVID-19 wasn’t even there, it was only included in the narrative for continuity.

TRIES & A Color Revolution

George Floyd died May 25, 2020, almost two years ago now, in police custody outside the grocery store called Cup Foods after a now-former employee called to report a suspected fake $20 bill.

I call them “tries” – truth mixed with lies. This narrative is filled with them. Repeat them enough times and Abracadabra Cadabra Cadeen, reality is misperceived. And if you don’t agree then you are racist. Even though Keith Ellison – after the State found Derek to be guilty– went on 60 Minutes and admitted that racism has nothing to do with this case. There was no evidence.

The TRUTH is that Floyd’s friend Morries Lester Hall also had fake cash on him. He was not at Cup to die over a banana and a pack of menthol smokes that weren’t even for him.

One of the owners of Cup told me directly that Hall tried to buy a $180 iPad with counterfeit bills earlier that same day. Isn’t that petty theft? Strangely, the police were not called on Hall, a convicted felon and alleged drug dealer who conveniently pleaded the fifth during Derek Chauvin’s state trial.

But you won’t find this information about Hall published anywhere else. The Fourth Estate has been totally subverted by a propaganda machine engine; the Ministry of Truth; a CIA Mockingbird operation replete with parrots and presstitutes.

If you are sick of hearing about George Floyd, consider the possibility that this was a co-opted event used to usher in a Color Revolution, helping Communist Americans go from virus to violence, justifying yet more lockdowns. It was the transition from freedom to fascism, a liaison if you will.

Useful idiots were also involved and Floyd arguably served as a drill, a sort of postmortem exercise, allowing Corrupticians to run amok, modifying laws and policies. Today we glorify crooks while making political prisoners out of God-loving humans.

“The U.S. has become a nation that victimizes the criminal and criminalizes the victim. It is a country run by the most ambiguous laws imaginable, worthless laws made by the finest charlatans, swindlers, and parasites the filthy voters can scrape out of the deepest parts of a sewer,” writes Peter Darragjati, in a MEDIUM piece titled “George Floyd, the Mob, and the Future of America.”

Historically, false flag operations have been used to trigger wars. You need a motivation factor. You need to sell the idea.

Casus belli.

In this case, it happened to be a manufactured race war.

Think about it, George Floyd justified 100 days of looting and torching. With the help of the Antifa movement, cities burned down. Statues were toppled. Ironically, at least a dozen died. (Antifa’s ultimate goal is the destabilizing of our nation and undermining of our democracy.)

According to an Axios report, both privately and publicly, the damage caused in the 140 U.S. cities by the protests exceeded one billion dollars and was the most expensive in insurance history. The prior record was held by the Rodney King demonstrations.

Faster is Not Better

We live in a world moving at warp speed full of fast plans that mystify logic and are best left for make believe.

Following a 911 call, which lasted three minutes and 41 seconds, officers Alexander Kueng and Thomas Lane arrived in Squad 320 at 8:08:10 p.m.

For the record, the average response time to a 911 call is anywhere between 10 and 19 minutes. Yet the rookie officers – less than a week on the job – arrived in less than four. Amazing.

Officers Derek Chauvin and Tou Thao arrived at 8:16:48 p.m in Squad 330. You can decode the highly redacted police report here.

During an interrogation with the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA), Thao revealed that he and Chauvin were about to sit down for lunch which the MPD apparently takes place in the evenings when they got a dispatch that was actually called off shortly thereafter. Derek, he added, wasn’t even supposed to be at work that day.

Thao is the one who petitioned to go, given Lane and Kueng were both newbies, and CUP was situated in “Gangland.”  I was surprised to learn they have the authority to make that call.

When The Ministry Of Truth & The Ministry Of Love Coincide

In hindsight, a few key factors fueled the mob to take to the streets. One was the initial police complaint, later amended in perfect Ministry of Truth fashion, vaporizing and revising records and reality.

Case in point: The MSM later billed it as a lie. But was it? 

The Minneapolis Police Department (MPD) originally stated that Floyd had resisted arrest and then suffered “medical distress” after being cuffed. Yet several publications such as Slate claimed that Floyd’s “only visible resistance to the officers [was] his falling to his knees and saying he’s claustrophobic.”

According to Slate:

“Again and again, law enforcement officials themselves end up revising or retracting essential parts of their stories of what happened.”

Super Irony.

That is a blatant lie. If you believe this TV version, chances are you didn’t see the entire incident where his own friends, including his ex, Shawanda Hill, also a convicted felon, says “Stop resisting George.” An employee from Cup Foods says, “he was high off his cracker. He probably O’d.”

Watch this trailer which includes hardly-ever-seen footage.

Disclaimer: I am not justifying anyone’s death or justifying Derek’s continued kneeling after it was clear Floyd had passed out.

Incidentally, County Attorney Michael Freeman was supposed to preside over the case. During an early press conference, he stated that investigations take time.

“I will not rush justice. It cannot be rushed.”

While he agreed the video was “graphic” and “horrific,” Freeman outlined that his job was to wade through the details of the case and come to a “meaningful determination.” He acknowledged that there was “other evidence” that did not “support a criminal charge.”

Seemingly, some involved don’t appreciate legal processes or Freeman’s reasonable stance. Presto Change-o, 24 hours later, Freeman was taken off the job altogether and replaced with Attorney General and Antifa-supporter Keith Ellison.

Dissection Reveals An Advanced State Of Coercion

Another key factor that disrupted the agenda and angered the mob was Medical Examiner Andrew Baker’s initial assessment, May 26th, the same day he cut into George.

“The autopsy revealed no physical evidence suggesting that Mr. Floyd died of asphyxiation. Mr. Floyd did not exhibit signs of petechiae, damage to his airways or thyroid, brain bleeding, bone injuries, or internal bruising.”

The findings were preliminary, private, and intricate. So how did CNN broadcast this, literally hours after the medical examiner’s office directly told me that “official results would take weeks and weeks and weeks.” I was suspicious. In fact, it was the first of many red flags.

Coronary artery disease and hypertensive heart disease.”  

“No physical findings of traumatic asphyxiation or strangulation.” 

Almost two years later, during the seventh day of the federal trial, it was disclosed that this was also the doing of Michael Freeman versus Baker.

Freeman was the one “who wrote those preliminary findings into the charging document.”  This was based on verbal information provided to his office and not on any preliminary report.

Baker explained he doesn’t usually release partial information because it can paint the wrong picture on what final determination would be. Much of that info is protected by Minnesota law.

“[The] public has a very skewed view of what medical examiners do based on television portrayals.  Most people probably assume that a homicide is resolved in 59 minutes. Results don’t come immediately.”

Like Freeman, Baker was basically saying that investigations – real ones – take time.

On Thursday, May 28, 2020, Baker’s office issued a second press release, which he did help write, stating they were waiting for toxicology reports, which were issued May 31, at 6:40 p.m.

Incidentally, I then personally called the NMS lab who told me that unless you look for drugs no one will look. And, in fact, the Hollywood pathologist Michael Baden, who was thrown in for a good measure of confusion, never looked for drugs. He also never filed an official report.

Baker completed the autopsy report on June 1. The final autopsy report included “neck compression” language.

Late that Monday afternoon, Baker’s office sent out a press release that began, “Cause of death: Cardiopulmonary arrest complicating law enforcement subdual, restraint, and neck compression.” The autopsy report, despite usual practices, was released to the public on June 3rd.

By now, Baker, who did not watch any videos of the incident until after the autopsy had been completed, was receiving threatening calls.

There was another menacing force in addition to the mob – Dr. Roger Mitchell, a fellow forensic pathologist who previously served as a medical examiner in Washington D.C.

For more details, you can go to a November 5, 2020, three-page filed memorandum that memorializes a conference between Mitchell and several prosecutors from both Hennepin County and the state attorney general’s office. And you can read Jack Cashill’s article, “Newly Released Documents Suggest Coercion in the George Floyd Case.”

“Bullied,” “threatened,” and “coerced” are other words that could also be used as to what really happened between Mitchel and Baker.

When the preliminary result came out via the criminal complaint, Mitchell found the statement “bizarre.”

He called Baker.

“He was unhappy with the language that had come out in the charging document,” Baker reiterated to Thao’s attorney, Robert Paule, during cross-examination last week.

According to the memorandum, Mitchell said “neck compression has to be in the diagnosis.”

Paule asked Baker if that was so.

“I don’t recall specifically, but it wouldn’t surprise me if we talked about the autopsy,” said Baker, who did a stint with the Department of Defense as an examiner.  He did admit that Mitchell “was unhappy with the language that had come out in the charging document.”

Mitchell called back on a different day and informed Baker he was going to write an op-ed piece for The Washington Post criticizing Baker’s findings in the case.

“You don’t want to be the medical examiner who tells everyone they didn’t see what they saw. You don’t want to be the smartest person in the room and be wrong.”

As Cashill points out, “without a diagnosis of asphyxia, the state could not accuse Chauvin and the police officers of committing or abetting “Murder-2nd Degree.”

Paule asked whether anyone during the Grand Jury in February 2021 had asked him whether he had been influenced.  He remembered being asked but could not recall the exact question. So Paule asked the question verbatim. Assistant U.S. Attorney Samantha Trepel had posed him the question.

Trepel who was now objecting to this entire line of questioning. But it was overruled.

Baker, reading from the transcript of the grand jury testimony, noted that he did not answer. The records show that instead, he asked to take a break and speak with counsel. The transcript shows he answered nine minutes later.

“My response was ‘no’ unquote,” he told Paule.

Paule’s conclusion is that Baker bowed to tremendous pressure. Without a doubt.

There were hundreds of death threats. Two Hennepin Commissioners claimed the forensic pathologist, who was first appointed in 2004, caused “irreparable damage to the black community and voted against reappointment.” Scientific American of all publications stated in an article that the autopsy report had “emboldened white supremacy.” And even during the Derek Chauvin trial, Baker was sandwiched with an array of death experts – none of who had sliced or examined Floyd’s body. Why? To sway the jury as to what had happened to George.

And then there was Mitchell, despite Baker’s sort of assurances.

The devil truly lies in the details but conveniently no one seemingly cares anymore. Now, two years later everything was muddied, and Baker was sharing conflicting information. Now, his tune – compared to when he conducted the autopsy or when he was questioned at the state trial – was slightly askew.

In court last week, Paule noted that in grand jury testimony, Baker only referred to an outside expert once, now he was doing it with regularity. “You’ve done it a couple of times today.”

Baker noted in 2021 that toxicology reports had found fentanyl, methamphetamine, several cannabinoids, caffeine, and a nicotine metabolite. The fentanyl level was 11 nanograms/milliliter.

While he agreed the Fentanyl was enough to kill someone with no tolerance, he now also offered that there was no way of knowing how much tolerance Floyd had to opioids.

He was a drug addict, after all. He had been arrested for cocaine and other drugs several times over the years, had been caught with 274 Mexican Oxy pills (courtesy of the Mexican cartel using ingredients MADE IN CHINA) and was on and off prescription opioids when he died. He almost overdosed a few times in March 2020 alone.

In 2021, Baker agreed the video showed 9-9 ½ minutes of neck compression while also agreeing there was no physical proof of asphyxia, and that the weight on Floyd “fluctuated” during the arrest. He revealed that they had meticulously looked at muscles around carotid arteries for bruises and found none.

Did anyone remember that back in June 2020, Baker said that “if [George] was found dead at home alone and no other support causes, this could be acceptable to call an O.D?”

Baker concluded it was a multifactorial cause of death — a lot of factors playing off each other at once.

Kueng, Lane, and Thao are accused of depriving Floyd of his rights when they failed to give him medical aid. Kueng and Thao are also accused of failing to intervene.

Mr. Magnuson and the jurors aren’t considered close contacts because they weren’t within six feet of the attorneys’ tables.