Texas anti-mask movement leader dies of COVID-19 by AngryBannedRedditor in Death

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Healthcare in Mexico aint so rosy.

MEXICO CITY, June 30 (Reuters) - COVID-19-related deaths in Mexico likely exceed the confirmed toll by about 60%, Health Ministry data released on Wednesday showed.

Authorities have said previously that fatalities likely far exceed the official count, and the latest figure is in line with data published in March. read more

Mexico registered 351,376 excess deaths associated with COVID-19 from the start of the pandemic through the 20th week of this year, which would be May 23, latest data shows.

The country had recorded 221,647 confirmed deaths from COVID-19 by that date, meaning the additional deaths recorded by the Health Ministry based on a search of death certificates represented a 58.5% increase.

Mexico's official number of COVID-19 infections stands at 2,519,269 and its death toll at 233,047, after the Health Ministry on Wednesday reported6,105 new infections and 244 more deaths.

Marc Bernier, Florida radio host who called himself ‘Mr Anti-Vax’ dies of Covid-19 by AngryBannedRedditor in Death

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What a shame.

This woman has more balls than the entire GOP combined by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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Will you be doing some of this yourself or you're fine with others doing the heavy lifting?

This woman has more balls than the entire GOP combined by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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I agree, OP, what have you done in person that shows you too have more balls than the GOP?

Imam Tariq Nasheed break new ground with his ''documentary''/homoerotic fiction-buck breaking by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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Looks like your male ancestors were looking for a reason, any reason, to fuck men, disgusting and sad.

Searching google images for "white people" brings all anti-white sources and almost all blacks by peaceful in debatealtright

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What constitutes "antiwhite"? Whites not getting their asses kissed?

Why Are Jews Leading The Alt-Right & 'White' Nationalist Movements? by Dragonerne in debatealtright

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I could care less who she dated

And yet, you make it a point to tell me how you "could care less".

still respect the work she did on massacres against White farmers in South Africa

There is no massacre against white farmers in South Africa. If white South Africans have it so bad, they can always go back to Europe.

You have this weird feminine tabloid take on the whole thing

Speak for yourself Ace, all I know is that she was an altright darling until she told people she dated Buckwheat in high school and then try to make it seem not as bad as it is when she made sure to mention Buckwheat was conservative.

Why Are Jews Leading The Alt-Right & 'White' Nationalist Movements? by Dragonerne in debatealtright

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Laura Southern was an altright darling until it came out she dated Buckwheat in high school but "it's okay" because, Buckwheat is a conservative.

Find out who you are not allowed to criticize by x0x7 in videos

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Everyone except for aggrieved, persecuted, conservative Christian men?

How did the NFL get away with Race Science for 30 years? by radicalcentrist in debatealtright

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Perhaps the blackest sport in America

NBA is the blackest sport in America. The reason why the NBA is the blackest sport is because it requires the most athleticism. Whites have less athleticism than blacks.

Biden suddenly becomes based and talks about how half of all commercials have mixed race couples in them by RedPillDessert in debatealtright

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Funny, you guys never bitch and complain about commercials with a dopey white guy and an attractive asian woman. I wonder why.

Cop Arrested After He Shot an Unarmed Woman 6 Times In a Fit of Road Rage by Drewski in PoliceMisconduct

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There was already plenty of shit cops beforehand, just ask Chauvin who was recently convicted of murder.

Extra questions about Chauvin trial by Fonched in debatealtright

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What I am mostly concerned about is anything that has to do with the drugs in his system that would have triggered an overdose.

A medical expert testified that Floyd did not have enough drugs in his system to cause an overdose.

fentanyl isn't what killed Floyd, and the amount in his system was similar to that found in people who took the drug and were arrested for DUI, but didn't die.

Blood tests conducted as part of Floyd's post-mortem autopsy revealed 11 nanograms per milliliter, or ng/ml, of fentanyl present. According to expert witnesses, this wasn't enough to be considered fatal.

He stated because fentanyl typically slows down a person's breathing, the drug was not a contributing factor based on his calculations of Floyd's breathing rate based on witness video, which at the time appeared about the same as a healthy individual.

While Floyd's toxicology report did reveal fentanyl present, expert witnesses at his murder trial have stated there was not enough to be considered fatal or impact his breathing and oxygen levels. Floyd died due to lack of oxygen from the force of Chauvin's knee on his neck.

Besides the episodes of jury intimidation

What jury intimidation? Their names and addresses are not available to the public. Did someone go to their homes and intimidate them into voting for an acquittal.

What would you say about the presence of other deaths purported to be caused by kneeling?

Those deaths have nothing to do with Floyd because there are not any other instances of a cop kneeling on a suspects neck putting all of his weight on someone's neck for over 9 minutes.

What Qanon has done to our people by Nasser in debatealtright

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Why didn't trump's lawyers provide evidence in court showing trump was in the lead in all five states until voting was closed for the night? Where did the extra ballots come from? Were the machines hacked into?

What Qanon has done to our people by Nasser in debatealtright

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I don't like what the q psyop has done to whites but for the most part all the anger and skepticism

PSYOP is not to blame, there's always been gullible white idiot lunatics who will believe anything. It's just that because of the internet, it's easy to find videos with a lot of these idiots spouting off nonsense.

What Qanon has done to our people by Nasser in debatealtright

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The Qtards are partly responsible for Trumps failure to overturn the stolen elections.

lol, the election was not stolen, if that was the case, why did trump's lawyers fail to present evidence showing the election was stolen in court?

Is there a such thing as battle hardened Whites? by radicalcentrist in debatealtright

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what exactly is the mental state of Whites who are forced to live in these areas but haven't yet drank the Kool-aid?

Whites are not forced to live wherever they don't want to. You glossed over the fact that places like Orange County, Riverside County, San Bernardino County and counties in Central California are conservative areas.

Why are so many nationalists supportive of Palestine if they hate brown people? These people are a joke to the cause. by Tiddparker in debatealtright

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I'm sure under a cloak of anonymity on the internet you don't care about being called antisemitic.

Why are so many nationalists supportive of Palestine if they hate brown people? These people are a joke to the cause. by Tiddparker in debatealtright

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They use Palestinians as cover to trash Israel and Jewish people without being called antisemetic.

White SCHOOLBOY VS LARRY WHEELS - WORLD STRONGEST BODYBUILDER | ARM WRESTLING 2020 by Dragonerne in debatealtright

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You first, weakling.

Blackie Mom Sues Police for Aprehending Juvenile Son, Even Though Police Did Everything Right by Richard_Parker in debatealtright

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In Chicago a few black murderers were just arrested, no cops were brought up on charges, why is that?

White SCHOOLBOY VS LARRY WHEELS - WORLD STRONGEST BODYBUILDER | ARM WRESTLING 2020 by Dragonerne in debatealtright

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Oh I get it, this video is for the weaklings here to feel better about themselves. Live vicariously through someone else who put in the effort to have strength.

Trumps new site - the about page crushes every doubt by Dragonerne in debatealtright

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Very few of these blacks vote, but it's still used as an excuse because liberals want voter fraud.

Liar.

Trumps new site - the about page crushes every doubt by Dragonerne in debatealtright

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You fuck off bitch.

Biden cucks out and defends Israel's widespread slaughter. by radicalcentrist in debatealtright

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lol, you don't give a damn about Palestinians, you just want to trash Israel.

Is it selfish to want to live in an Asian country? by radicalcentrist in debatealtright

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what if I'm just completely tired of it and want to live life the way it was meant to be enjoyed?

Tell the truth, you cant hack it where you live and you want to move to Japan where you can easily become an ESL teacher and date Japanese girls because they will date anyone white who has a pulse.

I am a non-white living in a white country, AMA by herobrine in debatealtright

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What so special about being a nonwhite living in a white country?

Is the point of your post to show whites you're "one of the good nonwhites" and hope for white acceptance because you're special and different than the other savages?

Why create an AMA if you're not even going to answer one question?

Trumps new site - the about page crushes every doubt by Dragonerne in debatealtright

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Well said.

Trumps new site - the about page crushes every doubt by Dragonerne in debatealtright

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There is no doubt mail-in ballots are about facilitating fraud

Then why is it in court, trump's lawyers did not present such evidence of voter fraud?

it's not about covid.

Yes it is, trump bungling his COVID19 response gave Biden the White House.

Blacks need ID to buy beer

No they don't, you're telling me a black man who is obviously 50 years old will need an ID to buy beer? Also, buying beer is not a civil right, voting is.

get on a plane, buy a phone, etc.

Those aren't civil rights, voting is.

There was massive fraud. Enough to flip the election, probably.

Then why did trump's lawyers fail to provide proof in court?

Never-Before-Seen Drone Footage from Charlottesville 2017 Protests Reveals Enormous Extent of Media Lies and Propaganda. by Girondin in debatealtright

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(We are reloading the video. It will be posted soon.)

lol, how convenient.

Trumps new site - the about page crushes every doubt by Dragonerne in debatealtright

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trump wants to still milk money from his idiot followers who believe the lie the election was rigged and stolen. Funny how three justices on the supreme court were appointed by trump and those very same voted against hearing trump's election day lawsuit that was filed in Texas.

WAKANDA FOREVER by [deleted] in debatealtright

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Your comments need work, please reply back with a better one.

What's the best way to anonymously donate to deplatformed sites like Counter Currents, Amren, etc.? by Fitter_Happier in debatealtright

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Then use a bitcoin tumbler.

WAKANDA FOREVER by [deleted] in debatealtright

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Looks like someone is upset at the fact that blacks have a feel good superhero movie.

What's the best way to anonymously donate to deplatformed sites like Counter Currents, Amren, etc.? by Fitter_Happier in debatealtright

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Bitcoin

Regarding the whole 13/50 thing by HellusENG in debatealtright

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Women picking scumbags to get knocked up by.

Regarding the whole 13/50 thing by HellusENG in debatealtright

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Where do you think criminal blacks come from?

Single mothers.

Kangaroo court convicts innocent man: Officer Chauvin found guilty on all 3 charges by Blackbrownfreestuff in debatealtright

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Floyd had overdose concentrations of fentanyl and morphine in his system.

That's a lie.

fentanyl isn't what killed Floyd, and the amount in his system was similar to that found in people who took the drug and were arrested for DUI, but didn't die.

Blood tests conducted as part of Floyd's post-mortem autopsy revealed 11 nanograms per milliliter, or ng/ml, of fentanyl present. According to expert witnesses, this wasn't enough to be considered fatal.

He stated because fentanyl typically slows down a person's breathing, the drug was not a contributing factor based on his calculations of Floyd's breathing rate based on witness video, which at the time appeared about the same as a healthy individual.

While Floyd's toxicology report did reveal fentanyl present, expert witnesses at his murder trial have stated there was not enough to be considered fatal or impact his breathing and oxygen levels. Floyd died due to lack of oxygen from the force of Chauvin's knee on his neck.

That alone should have been enough for reasonable doubt as to the cause of death.

Too bad the cop's lawyer did not bring that up in court.

Chauvin supposedly was perfectly fine following police procedure

It's police procedure to have put all your weight on your knee when you place your knee on a guy's neck and back for 8 minutes straight? If he was following police procedure, why didn't his lawyer bring that up in court? Why is it that there was a current cop said what Chauvin did is not procedure?

Lt. Johnny Mercil, who has been in charge of teaching the use of force in the Minneapolis Police Department's training division, says former officer Derek Chauvin's use of his knee on George Floyd's neck is not a technique the police teach when instructing officers how to restrain people.

Too bad Chauvin's lawyer failed to bring up in court that Chauvin was following procedure even though Lt. Johnny Mercil testified to say Chauvin did not follow police procedure.

Floyd said he had trouble breathing in advance of being put prone

Liar, he said he's claustrophobic.

and could clearly breathe well enough to keep proclaiming that he couldn't breathe.

lol!

In court, Blackwell asked Tobin whether it's true that if someone can talk, they can breathe. Tobin replied that it is true, but he warned it can give people a false sense of security. "At the moment that you are speaking, you are breathing," he said, "but it doesn't tell you that you're going to be breathing five seconds later."

As Floyd struggled to breathe, Tobin said, he eventually pressed his own forehead, nose and chin into the asphalt, attempting to "crank up" his chest to let air in. But as Floyd turned his head on its side, Tobin said, Chauvin's knee moved further toward the side of Floyd's neck, compressing his hypopharynx. Anyone experiencing that type of compression would find it "enormously more difficult to breathe," Tobin said.

Truly a verdict worthy of the inverted Clownworld we're living in.

Honk! Honk!

Hopefully he wins an appeal or something.

Maybe his appellate lawyer will argue ineffective counsel because from what I have read in your post, you raised a lot of issues Chauvin's lawyer failed to bring up.

I wonder if he had a choice to be tried by a judge instead.

He did but he chose not to because his lawyer said he would have a better chance with a jury than with a judge. A judge is not an idiot like the people who compose a jury.

Derek Chauvin guilty in death of George Floyd: Live updates by Fitter_Happier in debatealtright

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You did not refute a thing.

Derek Chauvin guilty in death of George Floyd: Live updates by Fitter_Happier in debatealtright

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Too bad the cop did not hire a Jewish lawyer, he would have won his case if he did being that Floyd had meth in his system. Jews make the best lawyers just like they make the best doctors.

Derek Chauvin guilty in death of George Floyd: Live updates by Fitter_Happier in debatealtright

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Trials like this one and the Fields case make you realise that America is a tarted up third world country posing as a superpower.

With ease of imposing sanctions on Venezuela, America engineered the collapse of the Venezuelan economy, a third world country cant do that. The United States has the largest economy in the world, no third world nation in the history of the earth cant make that claim.

Derek Chauvin guilty in death of George Floyd: Live updates by Fitter_Happier in debatealtright

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When he bought his wife, I wonder if he paid in American dollars or the local currency of wherever his wife fame from.

Derek Chauvin guilty in death of George Floyd: Live updates by Fitter_Happier in debatealtright

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They're still going to be cops, people love the power trip. People love they make a good salary for being mediocre. What are cops going to do instead for a career? Be the CFO at Goldman Sachs? CTO of Amazon?

Derek Chauvin guilty in death of George Floyd: Live updates by Fitter_Happier in debatealtright

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Italians are not white and have issues that specially affect them? Pols aren't white and have issues that specially affect them? Germans are not white and have issues that specially affect them?

Derek Chauvin guilty in death of George Floyd: Live updates by Fitter_Happier in debatealtright

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Post links to articles in which someone has a knee on their neck and/or back for over 8 minutes straight. Also, we're talking about what goes on in America, not all over the world being that Floyd did in Minnesota, not Calcutta.

To hide the fact that you cant find any examples of someone in America having a knee on their neck and/or back for 8 minutes straight I expect you to say something among the lines of, "I'm not going to do your research for you" to hide the fact what you said is not true.

Derek Chauvin guilty in death of George Floyd: Live updates by Fitter_Happier in debatealtright

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The defense attorney for the former Minneapolis police officer on trial in the death of George Floyd tried Wednesday to show that Floyd yelled "I ate too many drugs” as three officers pinned him to the ground.

Attorney Eric Nelson didn't get the clear confirmation he was seeking, but he may have planted a seed in jurors' minds anyway as he seeks to sow reasonable doubt about the prosecution's case against Derek Chauvin.

“Does it sound like he says, ‘I ate too many drugs?’” Nelson asked.

“I can’t make that out,” Stiger replied. Nelson let the subject drop with Stiger, but replayed the clip and posed the question again for the lead investigator from the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, Senior Special Agent James Reyerson.

Stiger is the defendant's own expert witness and even she cant say with certainty that Floyd said he ate his drugs. Lemme guess, you hear "what he really said" where as the defendant's expert witness can not say with certainty that Floyd mentioned eating his drugs?

But prosecutor Matthew Frank wasn't going to let that stand. He got Reyerson to say he had not closely listened to that passage before. After a break to regroup, Frank replayed a longer clip from the same body cam video,

“Having heard it in context, you’re able to tell what Mr. Floyd is saying there?” Frank asked.

“I believe Mr. Floyd was saying, ‘I ain’t do no drugs,’" Reyerson replied.

Floyd said, "I aint do no drugs".

Derek Chauvin guilty in death of George Floyd: Live updates by Fitter_Happier in debatealtright

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That's a lie, people don't regularly have a cop place his knee on their neck and back for over 8 minutes straight.

Derek Chauvin guilty in death of George Floyd: Live updates by Fitter_Happier in debatealtright

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You don't need to damage someone's neck to cut off oxygen to someone's brain.

Dr. Martin Tobin, a pulmonary specialist who works in critical care, testified Thursday that George Floyd died from a lack of oxygen, bolstering the prosecution's argument that former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin caused Floyd's death last May.

"Mr. Floyd died from a low level of oxygen, and this caused damage to his brain that we see. And it also caused a PEA [pulseless electrical activity] arrhythmia that caused his heart to stop".

Four factors led to Floyd's low oxygen level, Tobin said:

  • his prone position on the street;

  • the handcuffs that pulled his arms back;

  • a knee on his neck;

  • a knee on his back and down his side.

"All of these four forces are ultimately going to result in the low tidal volume, which gives you the shallow breaths" that can't effectively bring oxygen into the lungs, Tobin said.

Chauvin's right knee seems to have alternated between resting on Floyd's back and on his arm and "rammed into Mr. Floyd's left chest," Tobin said. He said that both placements would have an "extremely similar" effect on someone's ability to breathe in the position Floyd was in.

Tobin told the jury that the officers made it harder for Floyd to breathe when they pushed the handcuffs into Floyd's back and raised his wrists higher as he lay on the street.

Derek Chauvin guilty in death of George Floyd: Live updates by Fitter_Happier in debatealtright

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That's a lie.

fentanyl isn't what killed Floyd, and the amount in his system was similar to that found in people who took the drug and were arrested for DUI, but didn't die.

Blood tests conducted as part of Floyd's post-mortem autopsy revealed 11 nanograms per milliliter, or ng/ml, of fentanyl present. According to expert witnesses, this wasn't enough to be considered fatal.

He stated because fentanyl typically slows down a person's breathing, the drug was not a contributing factor based on his calculations of Floyd's breathing rate based on witness video, which at the time appeared about the same as a healthy individual.

While Floyd's toxicology report did reveal fentanyl present, expert witnesses at his murder trial have stated there was not enough to be considered fatal or impact his breathing and oxygen levels. Floyd died due to lack of oxygen from the force of Chauvin's knee on his neck.

If you're going to reference the CDC link again, please be sure to include the other drugs reported in the system of people who died of a fentanyl overdose.

Derek Chauvin guilty in death of George Floyd: Live updates by Fitter_Happier in debatealtright

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lol! Take a second look on that chart, those who died of fentanyl overdoses in the link you provided also had other drugs in their system when they overdosed and died.

Your very own link shows that the person who died from 9.5 ng/mL of fentalyl in their system, that very same person had BE, cocaine, levamisole, naloxone, norfentanyl, THC-COOH in their system.

The person who died at the .5 range you referenced, well, that person did not only have fentalyn in their system. That person also had BE, cocaethylene, cocaine, cotinine, EME, levamisole, lidocaine, naloxone, nicotine and norcocaine in their system.

Derek Chauvin guilty in death of George Floyd: Live updates by Fitter_Happier in debatealtright

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No, they did not conspire, which is why only Chauvin was on trial. The fact that police don't leave their knee on someone's neck and back for over 8 minutes on a daily basis is why people don't die everyday under the same circumstance as Floyd.

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If the manslaughter charge is correct, every cop that has had a druggie OD on them also is guilty of manslaughter.

lol, you left out the most important part, the cop had his knee on the Floyd's back and neck for over 8 minutes, that's what killed Floyd. Floyd did not die from an overdose.

[The guy did not die from a drug overdose]https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/factcheck/2021/04/16/fact-check-fentanyl-george-floyd-not-enough-to-cause-death/7239448002/).

While Floyd's toxicology report did reveal fentanyl present, expert witnesses at his murder trial have stated there was not enough to be considered fatal or impact his breathing and oxygen levels. Floyd died due to lack of oxygen from the force of Chauvin's knee on his neck.

The fact that the jury was overwhelmingly black...

You're lying.

o·ver·whelm·ing·ly | to a very great degree or with a great majority.

Among the 12 jurors and three alternates selected for the panel are three Black men, one Black woman and two jurors who identify as multiracial. If none of the three alternates — all of them white — is needed in the deliberation room, 50% of the panel that will vote on Chauvin's fate will be Black or multiracial.

Three black jurors and three jurors who identify as multiracial which could be white/asian, hispanic/middle eastern. So four of the 12 jurors are black, gee, that does not sound like an overwhelmingly black jury to me. Unless you're one of those people who believe one black juror is one too many.

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You were crying how there were no white interest groups. I name a few white interest groups and now, you want to deflect to the groups's relevancy. Tell the American members of those interest groups what they're trying to accomplish is irrelevant.

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What facts are those? Why didn't the cop's defense attorney bring up those facts you're privy to? Can you please tell me what are some of the facts of the case that refute what I linked to?

Kangaroo court convicts innocent man: Officer Chauvin found guilty on all 3 charges by Blackbrownfreestuff in debatealtright

[–]AngryBannedRedditor 2 insightful - 3 fun2 insightful - 2 fun3 insightful - 3 fun -  (0 children)

What makes this a kangaroo court? The fact you did not like the verdict?

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The judge said he very likely does due to Maxine Waters statements.

He never said he "very likely does" have grounds for appeal.

Judge in Derek Chauvin trial says Rep. Maxine Waters' comments may be grounds for appeal

"I'll give you that Congresswoman Waters may have given you something on appeal that may result in this whole trial being overturned," Judge Peter Cahill told defense attorney Eric Nelson on Monday.

May have, that's quite different from "very likely does" have grounds for appeal.

The judge goes on to say the following...

"I wish elected officials would stop talking about this case, especially in a manner that is disrespectful to the rule of law and to the judicial branch and our function," Cahill added later. "I think if they want to give their opinions, they should do so in a respectful and in a manner that is consistent with their oath to the Constitution, to respect a coequal branch of government." "Their failure to do so, I think, is abhorrent, but I don't think it's prejudiced us with additional material that would prejudice this jury," he said, adding that "a congresswoman's opinion really doesn't matter a whole lot."

Sounds like the judge believes it will be an uphill battle for a successful appeal because like he said. "I don't think it's prejudiced us with additional material that would prejudice this jury".

Another thing that is not working in the cop's favor is that the jury was sequestered yesterday when Mad Maxine made her comment.

The jury was sequestered on Monday by Judge Peter Cahill, who advised jurors to "plan for long and hope for short" when packing.

Sequestering a jury is where jurors are separated from other people in order to prevent outside influences from swaying a decision. Throughout the Chauvin trial, jurors have been partially sequestered and supervised in the courthouse at all times. However, according to KARE 11, the jurors have been free to return home at night. Now, the jury will remain in an undisclosed hotel room, where they will deliberate every day until the early evening. A sequestered jury typically deliberates after the close of normal business hours to finish its work faster. The jurors will not be allowed to carry phones or any electronic devices and have been told to avoid all news about the case.

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[–]AngryBannedRedditor 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

#allcountsmatter

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[–]AngryBannedRedditor 1 insightful - 2 fun1 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

White people can't even advocate for their group interests.

Yes white people can, for example, take the Italians.

  • Italians have American Italian Anti-Defamation League, people are fine with that.

There's also the Irish-American lobby.

  • "The Irish American lobby is the loose coalition of groups and individuals who influence United States policy in both foreign and domestic affairs in support of causes related to Ireland and Irish American interests."

There's also the Polish American Congress

The Polish American Congress (PAC) is an American umbrella organization of Polish-Americans and Polish-American organizations. Its membership has fraternal, educational, veterans, religious, cultural, social, business, political organizations, and individuals.

German American National Congress

The German American National Congress (German: Deutsch Amerikanischer National Kongress) (also known as DANK) is a national German-American nonprofit organization in the United States. DANK was established to unite Americans of Germanic descent, while preserving their heritage and traditions on a local and national level.[1] With over 30 chapters and more than 100 associated members throughout the country, DANK is the largest organization of German-Americans. DANK was founded in 1959;[2] more than a half-century later, it still actively unites German-Americans across the United States.

You're obviously here in bad faith, anti-White.

Anti-white? Just because I let the facts of a given case determine my opinion? You're a baby, someone says something you don't like, your feelings get hurt and then you hurl baseless allegations.

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The autopsy results have been known since before the trial even began.

Shown what? The fact that he did not have enough fentanyl in his blood to be considered fatal?

You are definitely trolling, not even Reddit leftists have this much tunnel vision.

Talk about projecting, you're just upset about the verdict and don't want to accept the fact that fentanyl did not kill Floyd.

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[–]AngryBannedRedditor 3 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 0 fun4 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Floyd had a history of swallowing his drug stash when confronted by police.

And yet, there was no evidence he swallowed his "drug stash" when he was stopped by the cop.

You can't possibly hold a cop responsible for that even if the restraint is what put him over the edge, there is no way a cop could be reasonably assumed to treat every person as if they could die of a heart attack or overdose at any moment.

A cop does not have to act like that, all he has to do is not put his knee on a guy's neck and back for over 8 minutes when he's already in handcuffs.

While Floyd's toxicology report did reveal fentanyl present, expert witnesses at his murder trial have stated there was not enough to be considered fatal or impact his breathing and oxygen levels. Floyd died due to lack of oxygen from the force of Chauvin's knee on his neck.

Too bad the cop's lawyer did not bring up the fact that he "has a history of swallowing his drug stash".

"Mr. Floyd died from a low level of oxygen, and this caused damage to his brain that we see. And it also caused a PEA (pulseless electrical activity) arrhythmia that caused his heart to stop," he told the court. He explained Floyd's body position on the street, handcuffs pulling his arms back and a knee on his neck, back and sides, led to his low oxygen levels.

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[–]AngryBannedRedditor 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

He had a large amount of fentanyl in his system,

That's a lie.

fentanyl isn't what killed Floyd, and the amount in his system was similar to that found in people who took the drug and were arrested for DUI, but didn't die.

Blood tests conducted as part of Floyd's post-mortem autopsy revealed 11 nanograms per milliliter, or ng/ml, of fentanyl present. According to expert witnesses, this wasn't enough to be considered fatal.

He stated because fentanyl typically slows down a person's breathing, the drug was not a contributing factor based on his calculations of Floyd's breathing rate based on witness video, which at the time appeared about the same as a healthy individual.

While Floyd's toxicology report did reveal fentanyl present, expert witnesses at his murder trial have stated there was not enough to be considered fatal or impact his breathing and oxygen levels. Floyd died due to lack of oxygen from the force of Chauvin's knee on his neck.

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[–]AngryBannedRedditor 5 insightful - 2 fun5 insightful - 1 fun6 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

Ok, can you explain what happened with Chauvins knee?

He used his knee to kill Floyd, that's what happened.

Just curious because the autopsy didn't find any damage to the neck commensurate with choking.

That sounds about right because Floyd did not die from choking.

Dr. Martin Tobin, a pulmonary specialist who works in critical care, testified Thursday that George Floyd died from a lack of oxygen, bolstering the prosecution's argument that former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin caused Floyd's death last May.

"Mr. Floyd died from a low level of oxygen, and this caused damage to his brain that we see. And it also caused a PEA [pulseless electrical activity] arrhythmia that caused his heart to stop".

Four factors led to Floyd's low oxygen level, Tobin said:

  • his prone position on the street;

  • the handcuffs that pulled his arms back;

  • a knee on his neck;

  • a knee on his back and down his side.

"All of these four forces are ultimately going to result in the low tidal volume, which gives you the shallow breaths" that can't effectively bring oxygen into the lungs, Tobin said.

Chauvin's right knee seems to have alternated between resting on Floyd's back and on his arm and "rammed into Mr. Floyd's left chest," Tobin said. He said that both placements would have an "extremely similar" effect on someone's ability to breathe in the position Floyd was in.

Tobin told the jury that the officers made it harder for Floyd to breathe when they pushed the handcuffs into Floyd's back and raised his wrists higher as he lay on the street.

"It's like [Floyd's] left side is in a vise. It's totally being pushed in, squeezed in from each side," he said, clasping his hands tightly together to illustrate his point. The effect directly interfered with Floyd's ability to breathe and rendered his left lung almost entirely unable to operate, Tobin said.

As Floyd struggled to breathe, Tobin said, he eventually pressed his own forehead, nose and chin into the asphalt, attempting to "crank up" his chest to let air in. But as Floyd turned his head on its side, Tobin said, Chauvin's knee moved further toward the side of Floyd's neck, compressing his hypopharynx. Anyone experiencing that type of compression would find it "enormously more difficult to breathe," Tobin said.

As a courtroom display showed a still image of Chauvin holding his knee on Floyd, Tobin noted that the toe of the officer's boot was entirely off the ground. "This means that all of his body weight is being directed down at Mr. Floyd's neck," he said.

Tobin said he's aware that Floyd had preexisting medical conditions. But he concluded, "A healthy person subjected to what Mr. Floyd was subjected to would have died."

Just in case you deflect to fentanyl.

While Floyd's toxicology report did reveal fentanyl present, expert witnesses at his murder trial have stated there was not enough to be considered fatal or impact his breathing and oxygen levels. Floyd died due to lack of oxygen from the force of Chauvin's knee on his neck.

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[–]AngryBannedRedditor 3 insightful - 2 fun3 insightful - 1 fun4 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

His lawyer would need to find grounds for appeal to get a retrial.

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Blacks were arrested yesterday by white cops all over the country, nothing bad happened. Blacks were arrested by white cops today and nothing bad happened. Black murderer, Torian Wilson was just arrested by a white cop, he was arrested without incident.

Why would we expect Zimbabwe? Whites run America, they don't run Zimbabwe but from what I remember. Back when Zimbabwe was Rhodesia and ran by whites, the country was very prosperous.

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That's a lie, he had no lethal amounts of fentanyl in his system. If that's the case, why didn't his lawyer find a doctor to say so on the stand? Let's make a deal, you stop telling outright lies and i'll "troll" elsewhere?

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Guy's an idiot, he should have left Russia alone. Invading Russia ended up with Russia occupying a huge chunk of Germany for over 40 years. Russia was just too much for Germany to handle.

Conservative Women Are the Happiest People in America: Any Guesses Who's Unhappiest? by Republican58 in debatealtright

[–]AngryBannedRedditor 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

I bet, white loser is happy he finally has a girlfriend/wife. Asian girl is happy she has American citizenship and all she had to do was quickly marry a desperate white schlub who pulled her out of living in squalor.

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Too bad the defense attorney could not find a credible, competent doctor to say Floyd died of an overdose. You remind me of those people who said Heather Heyer did not die from a guy running her over in his car. Heather died from a "heart attack" as if being ran over did not cause her death. Floyd died of an overdose, not a cop having his knee on his neck for 9 minutes.

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I though the answer was going to be white men with an asian wife/girlfriend. They're bitter because they cant get a white girl.

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Please! What a lie, asians came out in minuscule numbers for BLM. There is no POC coalition, there never could be one being that asians revel in being the model minority who kisses white ass. Why do you think any white guy who cant get a white girl can get a halfway decent looking asian woman? Asians want to be white, that's why, if a guy is white and has a pulse, that's good enough for the vast majority of asian women.

Why isnt the cop who shot Ashli Babbit being named and arressted? by Blackbrownfreestuff in debatealtright

[–]AngryBannedRedditor 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

If accidently shooting a suspect

What does that have to do with Ashli Babbit? She was not accidentally shot. Ashli was intentionally shot as she was trying to enter a hallway through a door with a broken window someone unlawfully broke open.

then shouldn't it also be illegal for police to intentionally shoot an unarmed female capitol tresspasser?

She was doing more than just trespassing, she was part of a violent mob that assaulted cops, broke down barricades and then proceeded to rush inside the capitol building. Once inside the building, someone broke open a window in a door that Ashli used to attempt entry into a hallway where politicians were hiding from a violent mob, the very same violent mob that not only assaulted cops but also killed cops.

I feel like there are two sets of laws.

There aint, can you post an article of a black person trying to enter a capitol building hallway during a riot under the same circumstances as Ashli, was shot and killed and the cop who blasted him away was put up on charges?

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Rush is not a patriot, he got on the conservative radio host game when he noticed how lucrative it is. Rush's addiction to oxy caused him to go deaf, he sent his illegal housekeeper to purchase oxy on his behalf in a Denny's parking lot.

ABCNEWS has confirmed that radio mega-star Rush Limbaugh is being investigated for allegedly buying illegal prescription drugs near his Palm Beach, Fla., home. Palm Beach authorities had no official comment.

"We don't comment on investigations," said Mike Edmondson, a spokesman for the Palm Beach County State Attorney's Office.

But a source close to the investigation told ABCNEWS that Limbaugh's former housekeeper claims she helped Limbaugh purchase thousands of prescription painkillers over a four-year period — at times in the parking lot of a local Denny's restaurant. Among the drugs she says she purchased: the powerful painkiller OxyContin.

There was also the time that Rush was caught in an airport having viagra without a prescription, I guess El Rushbo likes little dark girls or boys from the Dominican.

Rush Limbaugh could see a deal with prosecutors in a long-running prescription fraud case collapse after authorities found a bottle of Viagra in his bag at Palm Beach International Airport. The prescription was not in his name.

Limbaugh was detained for more than three hours Monday at the airport after returning from a vacation in the Dominican Republic. Customs officials found the Viagra in his luggage but his name was not on the prescription, said Paul Miller, a spokesman for the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office.

Miller said the alleged violation could be a second-degree misdemeanor. The sheriff's office was investigating and will soon turn the case over to the state attorney's office, which had no immediate comment Tuesday.

Twitter Hides BLM Founder Buying $1.4 Million Home In Mostly White Area by Republican58 in debatealtright

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How is Twitter hiding the information if there is currently a high number of Tweets mentioning she purchased multiple homes?

TheShadeRoom @TheShadeRoom

Apr 11 According to @nypost the head of NYC’s BLM chapter is asking for an “independent investigation” after the organization’s co-founder, Patrisse Khan-Cullors, purchased four lavish homes totaling $3.2 million, according to property records, the site reports.

The Shade Room has 418,000 followers.

Andy Ngô @MrAndyNgo Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors has purchased a $1.4m home in a wealthy secluded area of Los Angeles. Cullors identifies as a communist & advocates for the abolishment of capitalism.

Andy Ngo has 810,000 followers.

Jack Posobiec @JackPosobiec Apr 9 Black Lives Matter Co-Founder Buys $1.4 Million Compound Near Beverly Hills

Jack has 1.3 million followers.