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Jack Marshall writes about George Floyd.
News Flash: Derek Chauvin Is Not A Racist, And George Floyd’s Death Had
Nothing To Do With Race. Let’s Think About That….
July 27, 2020 / Jack Marshall
On May 25, 2020, Minneapolis Police Department officer Derek Chauvin ignited
national protests, riots, burnings and vandalism by keeling on
counterfeiting suspect George Floyd’s neck until he died. The reaction to
the African-American’s death, all captured by a cell phone video, was almost
immediately co-opted and exploited by the black anti-police, anti-white
activist group Black Lives Matter, which emphatically added Floyd’s death to
others it cites to prove the intrinsic racism of U.S. law enforcement and
the United States of America itself. The incident has transformed BLM into a
national force in the midst of a crucial Presidential campaign, with one
party endorsing it (despite the organization’s indisputable anti-US and
anti-white, not to mention Marxist, rhetoric, and almost all corporations
feeling forced to publicly signal their support in pandering statements. The
death of George Floyd even turned professional sports into a massive
race-obsessed propaganda machine for Black Lives Matter and its foundational
assertion that the United States is built on racism, with the police
enforcing white supremacy.
I think the forgoing is a fair, if perhaps unsympathetic summary.
Through all of this, one critical element has been prominent by its absence.
Ethics Alarms flagged it on June 9, in a post titled, “The Question That
Must Be Asked In Any Fair And Responsible Analysis Of The George Floyd
Tragedy…” That question was, “How do we know George Floyd is dead because he
I wrote in part,
There is absolutely no evidence that George Floyd is dead because he
was black, and no evidence that former officer Chauvin had his knee on his
neck until Floyd died because Floyd was black. This has been presumed, and
no politicians or national leaders, and certainly no mainstream media
reporters, have had the integrity or courage to require more than that
mandated presumption before accepting the narrative. No evidence of racism
among the officers involved has been found, and you know people have been
looking. The proposition that any time a black citizen is abused by the
police it is per se racism, that is, presumed racism, is logically and
ethically absurd, and people should have the courage to say so. …
Of course, virtually nobody on the left wants to consider the
possibility that Floyd is dead because he had a contentious confrontation
with a bad cop who was a human ticking time bomb. If Floyd had been white,
there would have been no protests or riots, although the injustice and the
misconduct would have been exactly the same. Especially convenient for
activists, and too hard to resist, was the symbolic nature of a white cop
having his knee on the neck of a black man: the perfect metaphor for white
But if [Floyd’s] death is going to be exploited as the rallying point to
justify protests, riots, and unhinged policy recommendations like abolishing
police departments, if it is going to be the catalyst for compelled
virtue-signaling speech from elected officials, celebrities, sports figures
and corporate executives, isn’t it reasonable, indeed essential, to be
certain that George Floyd’s death actually was what it is being represented
as—a racist police killing?
Apparently that crack investigative journalism organization, the New York
Times, realized that it was essential to show this, so it put a team of
reporters on it—when, it’s hard to determine. However, tucked away in the
lower right-hand corner of its front page on the typically slow news
day-reporting Sunday Times, dwarfed by a giant feature on the death of Rep.
John Lewis, and under the mandatory above-the-fold story about how the Trump
Administration is responsible for the “raging” Wuhan virus, was the report
on the results of the Times investigation, headlined, “In Minneapolis, A
Rigid Officer Many Disliked.”
Guess what the report doesn’t mention. Go ahead, guess.
Race. Racism. We learn that Chauvin was often over-aggressive in his
law-enforcement methods. We are told he was unpopular with other officers,
most of whom didn’t want to work with him. We learn he was rigid, and a
workaholic. The piece begins with an account about Chauvin pulling his gun
on four teenagers who shot a Nerf dart out a car window. All four of the
teenagers were white.
The article contains not a single piece of evidence that Derek Chauvin is a
racist. The reporters couldn’t find a single individual who recalled Chauvin
using a racial epithet, —you know, the evidence that proved that Mark Furmin
was a racist and thus O.J. Simpson had to be innocent—or anyone, even from
Chauvin’s school days, who could recount an incident in his professional or
private life suggesting racism. Chauvin’s wife wasn’t white, she was Asian.
The entire article, which took up all of page A-17, runs 2,067 words. Not
one of them is “race,” “racist,” or “racism.”
Yet we know, don’t we, that proof of racism is what the Times was looking
for. The fact that Derek Chauvin was not a racist (except in the sense that
Black Lives Matter tells us, which is that all whites are racists) was the
news—rather crucial news, I’d say—to come out of the investigation, but not
only did the Times “bury the lede,” it censored it.
I also believe, but cannot prove, that the Times knew there was no evidence
that Chuavin was a racist long before it published the results of its
investigation on July 19, after nearly two full months of fury over a
“racist cop” killing a black man. Racism was the evil we were told had to be
expiated by fire, toppled statues, violence and, apparently, revolution. If
the metaphorical match that lit the fuse was based on a false assumption,
the Times, indeed all of the news media, had an urgent obligation to reveal
this as quickly as possible. I believe it did the opposite, intentionally,
to avoid publishing anything that might stem the burgeoning insurrection’s
momentum. I assume that the investigation into Chauvin began shortly after
the incident, and when the expected evidence that the officer was a virulent
racist who killed Floyd because of the color of his skin didn’t materialize,
the Times first extended the inquiry, and then held off publishing the
Sometimes democracy literally dies in darkness.
I asked “How do we know George Floyd is dead because he was black?” on June
9, and the news media took a month and ten days to supply the information
that provides the answer, which they still haven’t had the integrity or
courage to publish outright.
The news media hid the fact to allow a false presumption of racism crush
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