George Floyd and the Scourge of Black Criminality

American cities are ablaze with violent race rioting. The death of ex-con George Floyd sparked this outrageous conflagration. On May 25, Floyd, a black man, was arrested for trying to pay for cigarettes at a local store with counterfeit money. A police statement noted “he physically resisted officers.” A clearly agitated Floyd wound up being led out of his vehicle, placed in handcuffs, and walked to a squad car. As he walked, he was weaving and staggering as if high or drunk. At one point, he even fell on the ground of his own accord. Continue reading