Funny thing about fentanyl and everybody who throws that out as justification for spending 10 minutes kneeling on a man's windpipe: a fentanyl overdose would make resistance physically impossible and a competent police officer would recognize it as an immediate medical emergency. So your defense just underscores how indefensible the force used was.
But a man with 19 disciplinary actions and a history of violence on his record isn't a competent police officer, he's a thug you happen to like seeing used to teach people you don't like "their place" out of your sight. At the point where he uses deadly force on someone who can't move under their own power he makes the jump from a simple thug to a cold blooded murderer.
I would suggest that if rights were truly observed and the law were truly equally enforced we'd all be safer, but then when that happens and authority fails to close ranks around those who abuse their power exposing them to potential consequences of their crimes it's people like Ashli Babbitt and the thousands of like minded murderous looters behind her who come to burn your cities down.
She "have it coming" by the way?
And seriously chucklefuck don't talk shit about "certain people" burning cities when every major sporting event sees riots because fans are celebrating their team winning and they are way more frequent than civil unrest and hundreds of annual unjustifiable deaths boiling over. A much dumber reason to be commiting property damage than the consistent denial of basic rights and constant fear of summary execution. Not that it actually requires fire, property damage, or even harsh language for you to claim it's happening. And no, having to wear a mask in Subway is NOT comparable, but guess who doesn't get tear gassed for storming private businesses armed to the teeth, guess who has the "right" to a far from peaceful assembly and doesn't have to worry about shots being fired? "Certain people" can run around with their guns out and police won't give them a second look. Other people are shot in the back without a word. Or in their beds.
Honestly you should be thankful it's George Floyd that was the straw that broke the camel's back. Because other names that could be mentioned? Philando Castile? Emantic Bradford Jr? Breonna Taylor? Your cheap, lazy, self defeating dodge as pathetic as it is wouldn't be available. So be thankful every time you hear George Floyd and his story pass someone's lips because it means a hundred other people losing their lives or their freedom in even more blatant circumstances and the ones getting their hands bloody racking up double-digit disciplinary actions are going unnammed. Your deliberate ignorance is the opioid you're addicted to.