‘You’ve Got to Watch This’: Megyn Says a New George Floyd Documentary Will Change How You Think About the Case

The program we have for you today is a show I’ve long wanted to do for a long time. It is a show focused on a story that took centerstage in America in the spring of 2020 and really never left: the arrest and death of George Floyd, the tragic situation that led to immediate media spin and narratives, and the ramifications today in all of our lives. 

Today, we have two people, Liz Collin and JC Chaix, PhD, who have spent years researching, interviewing key players, and uncovering major details about the Floyd story that you have not seen before – and for a reason. They’ve been hidden by people in positions of authority who knew the truth but didn’t want us to. 

Liz and JC have uncovered the failures of political leaders and the false narratives that took hold. They have also highlighted the brutal treatment of the Minneapolis Police Force during this troubling time in America and the fallout at the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin. They share their reporting in an extraordinary new documentary called The Fall of Minneapolis, which will be available for streaming on November 16 on the AlphaNewsMN Rumble channel.

Normally, I would have watched the documentary prior to today, but I only had a chance to see it this morning. I have to say that I am still upset. It was extremely jarring and not in the way the leftist activists want us to see. Everything that happened to the four officers at the center of the George Floyd case and all of the Minneapolis cops is deeply wrong. The justice system, at every turn, failed these guys who had served the justice system and the people of Minneapolis for decades in some cases. And now these four cops – Derek Chauvin, Tou Thao, Thomas Lane, and J. Alexander Kueng – are sitting in jail, smeared, reputations ruined, and no one has any interest in the truth. 

It’s not just Derek Chauvin and the three other officers who wound up being taken down as a result of this narrative who paid the consequences. We’re all living this. This case directly led to the increase in crime in major American cities coast to coast and the loss of lives as disproportionate numbers as police pulled back, quit, and retired early. Not to mention the explosion of DEI programs in every part of our lives – whether it’s K through 12 education, or corporate America, or sports fields. It’s everywhere, and it’s built on many lies. 

This extraordinary film lays it all bare, and I was not expecting to have this kind of a reaction to it. I’ve heard the story, but I had not heard anywhere near the amount of information Liz and JC uncovered. I was sitting on my couch at home when this George Floyd situation happened. It was post-NBC, and I wasn’t sure what I was going to do next. I didn’t want to go back to the mainstream media, and I wasn’t sure whether I would get off the couch at all.

It was this case and what was happening to cops – I have one as a brother – that made me get off the couch. I could just see the lies being told. I thought, I have to get out there. I’ve got to set the record straight. What’s happening is deeply wrong, but, boy, I had no idea. Now I do.

Trust me, you’ve got to watch this film. When people come on the show, I support what they’ve done. You don’t get on the show if I can’t promote your work and believe in it. But some things really affect me more than others, and I’m really begging the audience to watch this.

You can check out Megyn’s full interview with Collin and Chaix by tuning in to episode 670 on YouTube, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you like to listen. And don’t forget that you can catch The Megyn Kelly Show live on SiriusXM’s Triumph (channel 111) weekdays from 12pm to 2pm ET.