BLASPHEMY: Top Vatican Priest Compares George Floyd to Jesus Christ

Jesuit priest James Martin made a stunningly blasphemous Twitter post in which he compared George Floyd to the savior of mankind, Jesus Christ.

Martin, who was appointed by Pope Francis as the consultant to the Vatican’s Secretariat for Communications in 2017, has been posting virtue-signaling tweets as mobs ravage the streets of America.

Martin was particularly disdainful toward President Trump for holding the bible at the scene of a historic church that the mob attempted to burn down. He made no post admonishing the thugs who tried to burn down the church, however.

It has come out in recent days that Floyd was high on drugs, including fentanyl and possibly methamphetamine, during his encounter with police that turned tragic:

The Hennepin County Medical Examiner has announced that George Floyd, whose death during an encounter with Minneapolis police has set off nationwide riots, had fentanyl in his system during his passing with the cause of death being a heart attack.

The medical examiner claims that Floyd suffered “a cardiopulmonary arrest while being restrained by law enforcement.” In addition, the report claims that Floyd had used methamphetamine recently in addition to the fentanyl. They listed his cause of death as a homicide.

This comes shortly after the news that another medical examiner, brought onto the case by Floyd’s family attorney Benjamin Clump, determined that Floyd died from asphyxia. Forensic specialist Dr. Michael Baden determined that Floyd was dead for several minutes as he was being restrained with a knee to the back of the neck by former law enforcement officer Derek Chauvin, who is being charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter.

“The ambulance was the hearse,” Crump said at the press conference on Monday as the findings were announced.

Baden made the case that Floyd was in good health, and the asphyxia was caused solely by Chauvin’s actions. He also determined that the handcuffs and positioning of Floyd on the ground did not allow his diaphragm to function properly, which exacerbated the asphyxia.

Floyd also had an extensive violent criminal record going back decades. The Daily Mail noted that he “had at least five stints in jail” and “had been sentenced to five years in prison in 2009 for aggravated assault stemming from a robbery where Floyd entered a woman’s home, pointed a gun at her stomach and searched the home for drugs and money, according to court records.”

“[Floyd] then proceeded to search the residence while another armed suspect guarded the complainant, who was struck in the head and sides by this second armed suspect with his pistol while she screamed for help,” the report detailing Floyd’s violent gang assault against a woman states.