The Floyd family of multi-millionaires and their multimillionaire lawyer Benjamin Crump, were guests at the Biden/Obama/Rice/Harris White House today, where the pandering Democrats marked the one-year anniversary of George Floyd’s death.
Family members and multi-million dollar lawyer Benjamin Crump stood on the White House lawn with their fists outstretched to honor George Floyd.
Business owners who lost everything in the fires that were set by BLM and Antifa in Minneapolis as a way to avenge Floyd’s death were not present at the event.
Floyd’s 7-year-0ld daughter Gianna was also present at the White House event. Somehow, she got to spend some special time with “President” Biden, who has an undeniable attraction to little girls.
Joe Biden was asked about his special time with Floyd’s little girl, to which he replied: “She threw her arms around me, gave me a big hug—and wanted to sit in my lap.” Biden shared a creepy smile and told members of the media”My wife would kill me.” He added, “She asked if we had any snacks.” Biden said they gave her some ice cream and Cheetos, “and, I think she had some chocolate milk.”
Watch the bizarre exchange here;
PRES. BIDEN: George Floyd’s daughter Gianna “threw her arms around me, gave me a big hug — and wanted to sit in my lap.”
“My wife would kill me — we gave her some ice cream, she had some Cheetos, and I think she had some chocolate milk,” POTUS says. pic.twitter.com/YbWYzVhvag
— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) May 25, 2021
In addition to walking away with almost $32 million, George Floyd’s brother would also like Congress to pass a specific law that protects only people of color in America.
WATCH: George Floyd’s brother Philonise speaks to reporters at the White House after meeting with President Biden and urges lawmakers to pass the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act.
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) May 25, 2021
100 Percent Fed Up – Two days after George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis, MN, his brother, Philonise Floyd, started a GoFundMe account to raise money for his estate and for “grief counseling.”
Philonese was able to raise a stunning $14,723,100 before he turned the Go-Fund-Me account off.
Only 7 months later, the Minneapolis City Council approved a whopping $27 million settlement for Philonese and the Floyd family. It was touted as “the largest pre-trial civil rights wrongful death settlement in U.S. history.”
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