A mural dedicated to George Floyd came to a sudden end recently.
It was completely destroyed after being struck by lightning.
A mural of deceased fentanyl user and Black Lives Matter icon George Floyd was destroyed earlier today in Toledo, Ohio after it was inexplicably struck by lightning, collapsing the wall entirely and likely offering a devastating blow to the morale of the local Black Lives Matter movement.National File
Perhaps it was an act of God…
A building inspector implied it was going to fall down sooner or later.
But it definitely had a helping hand from nature.
It had been there for exactly one year.
Video indicates the mural was created on July 10, 2020, meaning the idol to George Floyd lasted just over one year before being felled by nature. At the time of its creation, a Twitter user posted a video showing the mural being painted and wrote, “Community outreach with @Guttadave working on a mural in north Toledo Ohio in memories [sic] of George Floyd and all the people who died from Police brutality! !”National File
It would be much better if public walls were used to promote causes that really made a difference in the world, instead of promoting fentanyl users and BLM.
Maybe that will happen someday!