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Minnesota Issues Proclamation Making Saturday 'George Floyd Remembrance Day'

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President Joe Biden has already sent out his memorial to George Floyd, posting a statement saying, "Today, I join all those who loved him and all those touched by the civil rights movement he inspired in remembering the tragedy and injustice of his death." Biden added, "He changed the world."

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That was the take from the official @POTUS account. Former Speaker Nancy Pelosi also remembered Floyd, saying, "We must honor his memory by passing Democrats' George Floyd Justice in Policing Act of 2024." Wow, not only does he get statues erected, he gets legislation named after him. What that legislation calls for we're not sure, but we must pass it to honor Floyd's memory.

We didn't realize an entire state was going to get involved, but Minnesota has released a proclamation declaring Saturday "George Floyd Remembrance Day." Here's Gov. Tim Walz:


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First Easter was declared the Trans Day of Visibility and now Memorial Day weekend is spent honoring Floyd.

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Yes, but today, the people of Minnesota honor him.

We're not going to honor Floyd today, but we will remember the kind of person he was. They've actually put up statues of George Floyd while tearing down or moving statues of George Washington and Thomas Jefferson.

How are you going to honor Floyd on George Floyd Remembrance Day?

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