George Floyd’s brother Terrence, spoke with ABC’s Good Morning America’s Robin Roberts.

Terrence “He was about peace and unity,” adding, “When you spoke to him, he always wanted to motivate you, no matter what you was going through.” An emotional Terrence Floyd spoke about his brother George, who died after a brutal arrest by Minneapolis Police Officer Chauvin who has since been charged with 3rd-degree murder and manslaughter. “He always made you feel like you could do anything,” Terrence told the GMA host.

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Violence, including the destruction of businesses, police vehicles and personal property, arson, shootings, and mass looting have rocked major cities across America.

Terrence told Roberts that this is not what his brother would have wanted, emphasizing that he was a peaceful person.

The elder Floyd brother spoke out against the violent riots, saying, “They may call it unity, but it’s destructive unity.” Terrence explained, “That’s not what my brother was about,” he said, adding, “If you’re angry, it’s okay to be angry, but channel your anger in another way.”

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Will Antifa listen to George’s brother’s message? Do they even care about George Floyd? What about the looters? Are they destroying the livelihood of small businesses across the country for free sneakers, in hopes that it will bring justice for George? Will Nancy Pelosi and other leaders in the Democrat Party join Terrence Floyd in asking protesters to stop the violence, or do Democrats take great pleasure in watching our nation unravel at the seams while looking at the riots as a “hail Mary” pass only 5 months before the November elections?

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