Did the Chinese Communist Party Virus lead to the recent race riots?

Well, if you ask the blog Reopen The States, the answer is yes.

There’s far more to this story than most corporate media outlets are reporting.

Citing a New York Post story, RTS said George Floyd was trying to start a better life in Minneapolis after being released from a Texas jail. He had secured two jobs, driving trucks being a bouncer at the restaurant Conga Latin Bistro, where he was known as “Big Floyd.”

Floyd grew up in Houston in the city’s mostly black 3rd Ward.  In high school, he playyd football.

“Standing at 6 feet 6, he was a star tight end for Jack Yates High School, where he earned the nickname ‘Gentle Giant’ from classmates” the Post said.

Friends of his said he was working hard and doing his best to get his life back on track.

“He was looking to start over fresh, a new beginning,” said Christopher Harris, Floyd’s lifelong friend. “He was happy with the change he was making.”

But then, along came the CCP Virus and the shutdowns that went along with it.

“Floyd was laid off amid Minnesota’s coronavirus stay-at-home order, which shuttered bars and restaurants,” the Post reported.

“He was doing whatever it takes to maintain going forward with his life,” Harris said.

On Monday night, a worker at a Minneapolis grocery store called cops after Floyd allegedly tried to pass a fake $20 bill.

Harris said he couldn’t believe that his old friend would resort to forgery, saying, “I’ve never known him to do anything like that.”

“The way he died was senseless,” Harris continued. “He begged for his life. He pleaded for his life.”

Open The States put the blame where it should be, with those politicians on the totalitarian left and their policies after the CCP Virus struck

Politicians implemented unnecessary, tyrannical lockdown orders in an effort to absolve themselves of COVID-19 deaths. In the process, they destroyed the financial futures of thousands of Americans, including those of men and women like Floyd.

Hard work and ingenuity have made our nation great. It’s time to get back to those founding principles. It’s time to end the lockdown.

A comment was posted after the article.  A “jm brough” said

The beginning of George Floyd’s tragedy is just one tragic story from the Wuhan virus released into the world by China. Let us not forget it is CHINA who has flexed their muscles and brought DEATH and DESTRUCTION onto the entire earth. There are many more stories to come, like George Floyd’s, every story will be different, get ready.

That was China’s intention, to bring down America, economically, politically, socially, etc., to be the number one super power.

The people creating all this violence in cities across America, some are being bused in, who is behind this violence?

Two words…George Soros; the Nazi billionaire whose millions of dollars on shorting the markets, gave him the power to stage these riots to bring about a race war within the United States.

Also backing this, is Chinese Communist run Hollywood, whose many elitist stars in their own plastic bubbles, have contributed to these rioters, NOT protesters.

But there are a scant few in the industry that get it.  Rapper and businessman Lil Wayne is for example, calling out the rioters.

Speaking to fellow rapper mogul Fat Joe on Instagram Live, Wayne, whose real name is Dwayne Michael Carter, Jr., said blame should be directed at specific individuals rather than an entire group.

“I think when we see these situations, I think we also have to understand that we have to get very specific. We have to get so specific and what I mean by that, we have to stop viewing it from such a broad view, meaning we have to stop placing the blame on the whole force and the whole everybody of a certain race or everybody with a badge.”

“We have to get into who that person is. If we want to place the blame on anybody, it should be ourselves for not doing more than what we think we’re doing.”

Lil Wayne also encouraged people to gather all the facts about a situation before staging protests.

“What we need to do, we need to learn about it more,” he said. “If we want to scream about something, know what we’re screaming about. You wanna protest about something, know what we protesting about.”

“It’s a bunch of facts that we think we know that we don’t know,” Wayne added. “If we want to get into it, know what we talkin’ about before we talk about it. Because we scream bout things that sometimes they ain’t true.”



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