Tucker: Reports Now Say George Floyd Could Have Died of Fentanyl Overdose If He Was Left By Himself

‘He was dying from oxygen deprivation before the people arrived’

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CARLSON: “Dr. Baker concluded that George Floyd had so much methamphetamine and fentanyl in his system, that if he had been found in his home, his death would have been ruled an open and shut overdose. Floyd's blood contained 'a fatal level of fentanyl under normal circumstances.' The narcotics in his system caused Floyd’s lungs to swell to 2 or 3 times their normal weight. George Floyd was dying from oxygen deprivation before the police even arrived. That’s the conclusion of the pathologist. And that might explain why body camera footage from that day shows George Floyd shouting 'I can’t breathe' as he sits in the police car with no one touching him. That’s the science. The question is, why didn’t we know this before, months ago, before we allowed BLM and Antifa to destroy our country in George Floyd’s name?“

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