America’s most isolated and possibly most privileged woman just stood in front of the media with 2 black congresswomen standing like bookends or props and looked up to George Floyd to thank him for dying!

Moments after the Derek Chauvin jury was announced, the breathless media wanted a statement from Democrat Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and as usual, Nancy delivered.

Pelosi immediately thanked the deceased Floyd for dying: “Thank you George Floyd for sacrificing your life for justice!” Pelosi said from under her mask, as she looked up.

Because of you and because of thousands, of millions of people from around the world, who came out for justice, your name will always be synonymous with ‘justice,'” Pelosi said.

Here are examples of the top 10 ways BLM got “justice for George”across America:

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1. In Minneapolis, BLM agitators burned multiple businesses to the ground to get justice for George.

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An incredible video was taken that shows the aftermath of the Justice for George rioters after the FIRST night of rioting in Minneapolis.

2. In Atlanta, GA, in yet another act of random violence, “Justice for George” BLM thugs busted out the windows of the College Football Hall of Fame.

Burning police vehicles were a common sight in Atlanta and across America:

3. In Riverside, CA, the local Press-Enterprise reported on the “peaceful” protests – At least 50 protesters, standing 6 feet apart in a socially distanced chain, lined both sides of Tyler Street in Riverside Saturday, May 30, to call for justice after the killing of George Floyd.

One protester holds up an “I can’t breath” sign while a gang Of BLM Protestors beat and curb-stomped two men during  their “peaceful” George Floyd protests…#Justice4GeorgeFloyd

4. In St. Louis – He was defending a pawn store owner against criminals using George Floyd’s protests as an excuse to steal from businesses when he was shot and killed. 77-year-old retired St. Louis Police Department Captain David Dorn was a father, a husband, a grandfather, and a brother who was killed defending his friend and employer’s business from criminals. “Protesters” videotaped (***warning***video at the link is graphic) him and shared his death, LIVE on Facebook, as he laid on the sidewalk, bleeding out.

There will be no calls for “Justice” for retired St. Louis Police Captain David Dorn.

5. In Hillsborough County, FL – A video from the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office shows looting at a Florida Walmart where more than $100k worth of merchandise was stolen.

6. In Los Angeles, CA, the windows in a high-end art store were smashed out and the merchandise inside was stolen during a #JusticeForGeorge event.

7. In Nashville, TN – Arsonists/terrorists are starting around America because nothing says justice for George Floyd like a burned-out shell of a city. Tonight, in Nashville, TN, rioters cheered as domestic terrorists set the City Hall on fire.

8. In the Hamptons–a caravan of protesters — some wielding plastic pitchforks — descended on the Hamptons Wednesday to blast the rich and decry the nation’s rising income inequality.

9. In New York City – “Justice for George” rioters and looters tore up the city, while the city’s Communist Mayor looked the other way:

In Herald Square, a busy intersection just blocks away from Madison Square Garden and the Garment District, hundreds of looters ran forced their way into a Macy’s department store in the presence of police.

Here’s a close-up photo of the license plate of two Justice for George looters jamming their vehicle full of stolen merchandise…in honor of George, of course:

10. In ChicagoThe Democrat-run city of Chicago was turned into a war zone…Common criminals in Chicago organized a massive effort to steal merchandise (again) from stores along the Magnificent Mile, Chicago’s swankiest shopping district.  Only days after George Floyd’s death, hundreds of looters took to the streets of Chicago to protest by stealing massive amounts of merchandise from stores in and around the city of Chicago.

“I can’t breath” is apparently also a word used for “how do I get the security tags off these stolen clothes?”

Draw bridges were lifted and city trucks were used to keep looters locked inside of downtown Chicago.



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