Whitlock: Let’s Be Honest, Juneteenth Is ‘George Floyd Day’

‘Juneteenth would not be a national holiday if it wasn’t for George Floyd’
By Grabien Staff


WHITLOCK: “No it is not that and look Tucker luscious be all the way on us this is George Floyd day. Juneteenth would not be a national holiday it wasn’t for George Floyd. So that’s what this is really about actually about racial division. Look I’m like you the emancipation proclamation obviously for me African American huge day the entire year of 1865 should be celebrated America we dedicate itself to its best ideals men, union soldiers made enormous sacrifices for their belief in equality and the freedom of other men who didn’t look like them is all very worthy of being celebrated with a stumble over would juneteenth. No seat know that is a byproduct of bunch of riots George Floyd’s tragic death but don’t want to celebrate George Floyd fl sorry for George Floyd is a victim of his own mistakes and the mistakes of derek’s open but he is not worthy of celebration is not worthy of a national holiday in his memory the events of 65 in the sacrifices during that time frame all worthy of celebration which were were doing that I call America’s resurrection’s rebirth to celebrate that we should be very unifying the stumble were doing.”

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