Owens covers all her bases, exploring Floyd’s most intimate relationships, discussing the case with legal and medical experts (as opposed to paid hacks), sitting down with Chauvin’s kin, and looking at the grossly corrupt organization of Black Lives Matter. Along with 2000 Mules, this might be the other most noteworthy documentary produced this year.
Here is Owens’ trailer for the upcoming The Greatest Lie Ever Told:
I spoke to the people that lived with and were closest to George Floyd before his death.
I spoke Derek Chauvin’s mother.
At long last, the truth has caught up with the lie.
T minus 1 week
— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) May 17, 2022
The timing of this project could not be better. It could also explain why the Daily Mail released damning evidence that Patrisse Cullors, the vile subhuman profiting off the backs of every former slave, victim of Jim Crow, and bum like Floyd. Her organization has been proven to be a gigantic fraud, nothing more than a front for her and other founders and higher ups to live lavishly while pretending to care about the plight of America’s black communities.
Here is just a short list of what Daily Mail reported on just the other day:
“Black Lives Matter spent millions on ‘consulting services’ in 2021”
“Newly released tax filings revealed that BLM paid $970K to co-founder Patrisse Cullors’ baby daddy to help ‘produce live events’ and provide ‘creative services’”
“The foundation also paid her brother $840K for security services”
“A consulting firm run by BLM board member Shalomyah Bowers was paid $2.1M for providing the organization with operational support”
“Bowers said the last BLM board approved the contract with his firm when he was not a board member”
“The filing also revealed that Cullors reimbursed BLM $73K for a charter flight and paid the foundation $390 for private use of its $6M Los Angeles mansion”
“Cullors resigned from BLM last year amid a wave of scrutiny surrounding the charity’s finances”
“Controversy surrounding the organization’s finances has elicited probes by at least two state attorneys general.”
If there is justice, this woman will be spending the rest of her life behind bars. As for Owens, this documentary drops on the anniversary of George Floyd’s death.