George Floyd Mural in Toledo Possibly Struck by Lightning
There are still conflicting reports about why this mural crumbled. According to FOX News, local meteorologists confirmed that a lightning strike did occur at this location yesterday afternoon. Intriguingly, CNN does not seem to have an article on this yet.
If this really was a lightning strike, it’s difficult not to see the humor. Assuming the death of George Floyd was even real, which I have questioned at length, the glorification of him as a hero is a forceful push by the media similar to the music record industry’s celebration of gang and drug culture in the 80’s and 90’s.
Under the guise of supporting racial justice, liberals have insulted and demeaned the black community by giving them role models like Floyd, who lacked any qualities worthy of aspiration. Rather than celebrating the success of minorities who overcame obstacles, which would motivate and empower black youth, they instead elevate career criminals as if long rap sheets and public drug intoxication is a good way to live.
The Lightning strike in Toledo, Ohio at the George Floyd mural occurred at around 4:30 pm.
Today has Primary numerology of 62 and 26:
Both July 13th and July 14th have matching gematria with Floyd’s names.
Floyd, who graduated in ‘93, was allegedly killed on the 93rd meridian in “Minneapolis, Minnesota” = 93. His birthday falls 93 days before the birthday of “Martin Luther King Jr.” = 93, whose murder was re-examined in ‘93.
If Floyd’s death really did occur as reported, and then lighting struck this mural down, it would still happen by the numbers, right? Insistence by some that the strike did not occur, despite Doppler Radar evidence that it did, adds another layer of mystery. Would someone who supported the mural want to admit it was struck, perhaps knowing on a subconscious level that our world is not as random as we were raised to believe?