Arnold Schwarzenegger, Dwayne Johnson Provides A Message Of Solidarity And Support To The Nationwide Protests

Arnold Schwarzenegger and Dwayne Johnson showing solidarity with protestors.

Arnold Schwarzenegger, Dwayne Johnson Provides A Message Of Solidarity And Support To The Nationwide Protests

The week-long protest against police brutality remains as protests continue to get to the streets. All of this happened because of the brutal killing of George Floyd as we know, this has sparked protests all across the US.

While the main goal was peaceful protests, a lot of the demonstrations have been ended by violence and killing. Cops have used extreme force while stealers have attacked big stores and steal them like Target and Walmart. While these stores are insured, even small shops and businesses found in the disorder have been the sadly destroyed all.

With the announcing of curfew decision and possibly no end in view, a lot have been using social media to express solidarity but a plea for a peaceful change of the protest. One of these persons is the former Governor of California and the legendary bodybuilder, Arnold Schwarzenegger.

He provides a message of solidarity by uploading this post on his Instagram account saying:

The gentlemen we see on the streets do not hate America. They ask us to be better. They ask on behalf of our American colleagues who no longer have a voice: Ahmaud Arbery, Breanna Taylor, George Floyd, and many others. Read my thoughts on the link in my CV before commenting.


What happened after that, is that Dwayne johnson "The Rock" also enjoy with him and showed his support to the protest by uploading another post on his Instagram account saying:

In the past few days, I was stunned when I tried to understand the death of George Floyd.
the video.
Breathing call.
Harsh response.
Racism.
the kill.
This is our ongoing illness.
I had policemen in my family.
Good men.
A conditional law gives you the authority to use force if your life is in danger.
But when a man is handcuffed, on the ground, he no longer poses a threat, as your brothers stand in your arms watching him and struggle to say, "Please I can't breathe" when your knee is on his neck .. not on his back, but his neck - he cuts the air.
The conditional code must become a moral code.
Ethics Code.
Humanity code.
Note that if you do not feel comfortable, this man will die.
So when you decide not to rest, your intention is to kill.
And that's how it was.
"Officer I can't breathe," said George Floyd as he fights for air.
He said these words a total of 15 times. Not once. Not twice.
15 times.
These officers will be charged, and I trust it.
Accounting.
But where is the biggest responsibility?
Driving to heal.
Most importantly, the leadership of equality.
We finally win when we can normalize equality.
I'm sorry for the Floyd family. My heart breaks you.
Let the process begin now.
Ending his post with #JusticeforGeorgeFloyd



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Past few days I’ve been stunned trying make sense of George Floyd’s death. The video. The plea for breath. The callous response. The racism. The killing. This is our ongoing disease. I’ve had cops in my family. Good men. And there’s a cop code, granting you the authority to use force if your life is in danger. But when a man is handcuffed, on the ground, no longer a threat, with your brothers in arms standing around watching and he struggles to say, “please I can’t breathe” when your knee is on his neck.. not his back, but his neck - cutting off his air. Cop code must become moral code. Ethics code. HUMANITY code. Knowing that if you don’t ease up, then that man is going to die. So when you decide to not ease up, your intention is to kill. And that’s what this was. George Floyd, said “officer I can’t breathe” as he struggled for air. He said these words a total of 15 times. Not once. Not twice. 15 times. These officers will be charged, I’m positive of that. Held accountable. But then where’s the greater accountability? The leadership to healing. More importantly, the leadership to EQUALITY. We ultimately win when we can normalize equality. I’m so sorry to the Floyd family. My heart breaks for you. Let the process begin now. #JusticeForGeorgeFloyd #NormalizeEquality
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Where Arnold Schwarzenegger and Dwayne Johnson show their support and solidarity, Donald Trump has threatened to start using the military for suppressing peaceful protests. Could this be the end of democracy as we all know it? Nobody knows what is coming.

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