The honesty of a local African-American politician has shot a huge whole in the official tale of George Floyd and his tragic death:
Ms. Jenkins claims that the two men both worked as bouncers at El Nuevo Rodeo Club in 2019, a claim since confirmed by the owner.
Santamaria’s comments are in conflict with those of Jenkins who appeared to suggest that Floyd and Chauvin worked together for 17 years.
During her interview with MSNBC Jenkins said: “They were coworkers for a very long time. George Floyd worked at that restaurant, so did Officer Chauvin. They were both bouncers at that restaurant for seventeen years.”
Clearly, Ms. Jenkins was not reading from any officially approved script:
The 46-year-old was born in North Carolina and lived in Houston, Texas, when he was younger but moved to Minneapolis several years ago to find work, according to his lifelong friend, Christopher Harris.
You can’t have it both ways, either Floyd has lived in Minneapolis for 17 years or his ‘lifelong friend’ is mistaken.
Meanwhile, it also appears that the rest of Minneapolis’s authorities have also failed to follow their Oval Office-approved script:
Shades of Ferguson and other ‘riots’ of recent years where paid crisis actors and instigators were bussed in en masse to the horror of local residents who saw their peaceful protests rapidly turn into violence and looting sprees at the hands of what are rightly being identified as domestic terrorists…
Now, call me cynical, but I seem to recall that a certain orange turd mentioned looting, something about starting shooting….
He even knows who needs to be shot
He has to be taking the piss, or rather, stirring the pot….
His studies in history and background in the media industry have given him a keen insight into the use of mass media as a creator of conflict in the modern world.
His favored areas of study include state-sponsored terrorism, media manufactured reality and the role of intelligence services in manipulation of populations and the perception of events.