George Floyd’s death: A successfully staged act

May 5, 2021

Sourced from Renegade Tribune’s article, Footage of George Floyd’s ‘Arrest’ and ‘Death’ Prove It Was a Staged PsyOp.”


Remember the mass protests surrounding ‘Black Lives Matter’? Remember the murder that brought America to the edge? While the world is celebrating Chauvin’s conviction as the guilty, Renegade Tribune claims that Floyd’s “arrest” and “death” were a part of a staged PsyOp. Before jumping to the claim, let us tell you more about George Floyd, Derek Chauvin, and the verdict.


The killing of George Floyd, 46, triggered mass demonstrations in hundreds of towns all over the United States, with days of extensive vandalism, fire, and damage in Minneapolis and St. Paul. Four policemen involved in the May 25 incident have been found guilty. According to BBC News, the jury charged Derek Chauvin for second-degree murder, third-degree murder, and second-degree manslaughter in the killing. Chauvin has been a police officer for Minneapolis for 19 years prior to his suspension on 26 May 2020. Since the murder, his arrest, and indictment, he has not spoken publicly. Any murder conviction is subject to presumptive sentences of 12 and a half years. The State of Minnesota imposes a four-year presumptuous term on the murder charge while reports claim that Chauvin’s parole has been revoked, he is in detention.


Let’s look at how the incident unfurled. On 25 May 2020, a few hours before 8 pm, he visited Cup Foods, a shop located at 38th Street and Chicago Avenue. He visited Cup Foods, and this time he went out in his SUV to buy cigarettes. Christopher Martin, who served him, said Mr. Floyd was polite and interactive while giving a bill of $20. Mr. Martin found the $20 note suspicious, so he addressed his grievance in front of the manager. Within seconds of the incident, Mr. Martin ran out of the shop to ask Mr. Floyd to come back inside while the shop manager called the police.


Officers Derek Chauvin and Tou Thao, his partner, came on the scene. Other officers, Thomas Lane and J. Alexander Kueng tried to get Floyd into a police vehicle. Floyd said that he felt claustrophobic and did not want to enter the car and complained that he could not breathe even though he was standing. At 8:19 p.m., as mentioned in the charge report, Floyd "took himself to the ground." Chauvin put his knee on Floyd's head and stomach while Floyd was lying on the floor. A bystander started recording the incident and streamed it on Facebook. Claims say that Chauvin kept his knee on Floyd’s neck for nine minutes, during which he collapsed. In other significant incidents reported by CNN, Chauvin had 18 complaints against him prior to the incident.


While all evidence points towards a well-staged murder, we claim that the videos are a hoax! According to several sources, a bystander was filming the scene and streamed the video on Facebook, but we cannot see anyone filming from the other side from another angle. If someone was filming the scene, why did the person with the camera not come around to zoom in on Floyd’s body while he was dying on the other side of the car? There was no one, not a single person!



In another video, Floyd is seen falling on the right side of the black car, but within a split second, the video inverses sides, and Floyd shifts on the left of the vehicle.




Isn’t this strange? How did all four police officers come to the other side of the car? How did they manage to switch positions? We have an answer - it was an act, a well-staged act which managed to catch attention.


This is not all, and there’s more to it.


Several minutes are missing from the third footage as police officers march back and forth with George Floyd. Why would they keep moving him all over the place?



What would you call this incident now - a well-staged act or a carelessly executed drama? This whole scenario of ‘arrest’ and ‘death’ was a staged PsyOp. It was a hoax.