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Big George Floyd

To the cadence of “Big Bad John

(Big George)
(George Floyd)

This drug-addled giant was really hard to subdue.
He stood six feet four and weighed two twenty-two,
With a criminal rap sheet as long as your arm,
Made a national hero when he bought the farm.

(Big George, George Floyd)
Big Bad George
(Big George)

His death fed a narrative that they want us to buy.
A Black crossing cops is quite likely to die.
Never mind what led up to that officer’s knee
And that his means of restraint was cop SOP.

The cop’s knee suffocated him they’d have us believe,
But George cried before that that he couldn’t breathe.
Those following our news media would never suspect
That that’s a common fentanyl side effect.

(Big George, George Floyd)
Big Bad George
(Big George)

The tragic drama that we witnessed that day
Was one that was started halfway through the play.
With the preceding contextual video withheld,
They let their policemen be pilloried and jailed.

While they give their criminals nine yards of slack,
The pols didn’t have law enforcement’s back.
Preferring to bend to the will of the mob,
They brushed off the coroner doing his job.

(Big George, George Floyd)
Big Bad George
(Big George)

Approaching the story a few beats too late,
They fostered their own national climate of hate.
But the violence unleashed was virtuous and right,
Because the objects of hate in this case were white.

With malice and mayhem alive in the air,
There was no chance of an end that was fair.
Death, destruction, and discord reigned,
While promoters of racial division gained.

(Big George, George Floyd)
Big Bad George
(Big George)

While time-honored tributes around us come down
An obstreperous criminal is made fit for a crown.
It’s nothing short of a national disgrace
That a man like this should stand for a race.

(Big George, George Floyd)
Big Bad George
(Big George)
(George Floyd)
Big George Floyd
(Big George)

David Martin

3 Thoughts to “Big George Floyd”

  1. stubidbitch

    George Floyd was a cowardly punk and a lifetime criminal. Based upon Floyd’s autopsy, Chauvin didn’t kill him. The real crime here is that the drug addicts family squeezed 27 million dollars out of <Minneapolis. What a sham.

  2. What narrative is being propagated by those who want us to buy into it, specifically in relation to the death mentioned, and what factors contribute to the skepticism or doubt expressed in the statement?
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