(Natural News) Here it comes. The questions are mounting again against a false narrative spewed by the mass media all over the country and the world. Intelligent people are figuring this one out. Let the questions fly. Let’s start with the two cops and the one paramedic who literally drop Floyd on the ground while trying to place him on the gurney. That could have broken his neck right there if his spine was already compromised. How did they know he even needed a stretcher? If they knew he needed a stretcher, why was the EMT worker still setting up the stretcher while the cop had his knee pressed on Floyd’s neck?
If the paramedic was so sure they needed a stretcher, who told him that? The cops had simply walked Floyd across the street, then pinned him to the ground, cuffed him, and were keeping him from fighting back, right?
So then, who called for the ambulance and knew Floyd was already so dead that he wouldn’t require any search by EMS staff for signs of life, breathing, broken neck, anything, before flopping him and twisting him onto a stretcher?
Did someone tell the paramedics ahead of time that Floyd was already unconscious and would need to be thrown into the ambulance as fast as possible? Watch the embedded video below and notice how the EMT is taking his sweet time getting the stretcher off the ambulance, not in any rush whatsoever.
The EMT/Paramedic knows something we don’t when he pulls up to the scene
First, the EMT pulls up and pulls out the stretcher, then 3 cops help him toss Floyd onto the gurney. But wait, does the EMT already know something about Floyd’s condition? If a guy being arrested is simply pinned on the ground by a cop, why did this EMT unload a stretcher? It’s not like Chauvin got off Floyd at a midway point and noticed his neck was broken or that he had no pulse and wasn’t breathing. How does the EMT know he needs a stretcher, and why doesn’t he check Floyd’s vital signs first?
There’s a big hole in this narrative, and it’s all hinged on how Floyd was treated AFTER the 9 minute infamous Derek Chauvin neck kneel.
The EMT/paramedic didn’t even check first to see if George Floyd was breathing. Then they might have saved his life by performing CPR. The EMT didn’t even properly stabilize Floyd’s neck. The EMT didn’t check for a pulse either.
Next, why is there only ONE paramedic? Nothing else important seemed to be going on in the immediate area that would require other attention. There we no riots or multiple injuries from the arrest situation, so where’s the driver or the partner EMT? The other cops who watched Chauvin kill Floyd are literally helping the solo EMT set up the stretcher, and then they all just drag Floyd across the street unconscious, like they ALL already knew the next steps to getting his body out of the video camera shots. Straight to the morgue with you buddy (or witness protection).
Huge holes in Floyd death narrative suggest we’ve all been manipulated, again
It’s time to investigate ALL the wholes in the George Floyd narrative. No disrespect to this man who apparently died at the knee of a criminal cop, but just like 9/11, Sandy Hook, the Pulse Night Club, and so many more mass media narratives, this one’s got more holes than a jumbo slice of Swiss cheese.
Here are 70 more unanswered questions about George Floyd’s death and the riots that ensued after. Watch and be shocked. This is mind-blowing. Always question the mass media narrative, and this is exactly why you should:
Was the death of George Floyd faked? Are we, as intelligent humans, allowed to question the narrative, when it’s so “sensitive” and supposedly “racial?” Are you a racist for asking questions? No, you’re not.
Everybody take one more minute and use your brain to think about this: How does the EMT already know he needs a stretcher when he arrives, and why doesn’t he check Floyd’s vital signs first?
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