/George Floyd Memorial Statue Defaced in New York City

George Floyd Memorial Statue Defaced in New York City

After George Floyd’s death, massive displays of George Floyd were erected at various locations across the country.

For example, in New Jersey, liberals built a 700-pound statue of George Floyd. George Floyd statue

Floyd’s death reignited Black Lives Matter, which led to widespread violence, including the adoption of police reform measures, the removal Confederate statues and the elimination of racist professional sports teams names.

Candace Owens, a political commentator, responded to Floyd’s many statues and murals by saying that Floyd was “sickening” because he had been held up as a martyr.

“We shouldn’t be buying T-shirts with his name on it,” she said. “He was a violent criminal.”

Owens claimed that Floyd was high when he died and cited his criminal past. Floyd spent five years in prison for robbery, assault and other crimes. Owens spoke of an incident in which George Floyd allegedly beat and robbed pregnant women at her home.

“Everyone is pretending that this man lived a heroic lifestyle,” she continued. “We are embarrassing in that regard.”

“George Floyd was not an amazing person,” she added. “George Floyd is being upheld as an amazing human being.”

“George Floyd was not a good person,” Owens continues. “I don’t care who wants to spin that.”

“Nobody wants to tell the truth in black America. Our biggest problem is us,” she added. “I have no apologies to make. George Floyd is not my martyr. He can be yours.”

We now know that the statue of George Floyd, a bronze bust, was altered with water-based paint.

Detective Frances Sammon of New York Police Department told CNN, “There’s video footage police were able to ascertain.”

“They show a male ducking down under one of the statues,” he continued.

“He then mixes something together, and, as he skates away, he throws a container of paint at the statue.”

He told CNN that the group went to the hardware and purchased supplies from their own pockets. This is a great example of teamwork and community support.

Volunteers Harmony Seaburg helped clean the statue and said the experience was “very emotional” for her.

“It was really hard to see this larger-than-life man like this,” Seaburg stated.

“We’re trying to get all the paint off his face, but it’s very emotional.”

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