Trump Breaks His Own Twitter Record As He Retweets Candace Owens

President Donald Trump broke another record this weekend and the way he did it is going to have liberals furious.

The president made a post or retweet every seven minutes and 12 seconds, which set a personal record for him.

President Trump retweeted black conservative Candace Owens who said that George Floyd, the man everyone is protesting for, should not be treated like a hero.

“The fact that he has been held up as a martyr sickens me,” she said in an interview with conservative radio host Glenn Beck.

“George Floyd was not a good person. I don’t care who wants to spin that, I don’t how CNN wants to make you think he changed his life around, or MSNBC wants you to believe he was just, after his sixth stint in prison, really going to change things around. It’s just not true,” she said.

Beck said that Floyd should never have been killed by police but said that his criminal history was troubling.

“You know, I don’t care if he just stabs somebody, if he’s down and you have him, don’t put your knee on his neck and kill him,” the host said.

“However, this is a guy with a very long criminal record,” he said. “He was said to be cleaning up his life by his family — I hope that was true — but he was also high on fentanyl and dropped a bag of drugs that he was carrying at the time.”

“Is this really the guy that black America — they were very careful to pick Rosa Parks — is this the symbol of black America today?” he said.

Owens agreed with Beck and continued with giving her reasons as to why Floyd should not be considered a hero.

“I’m going to say yes, it is a symbol of black America today, and it’s a symbol of a broken culture in black America today — and that people are not willing to talk about again about how we contribute to our own demise,” Owens said.

“The fact that he has been held up as a martyr sickens me. George Floyd was not a good person. I don’t care who wants to spin that, I don’t how CNN wants to make you think he changed his life around, or MSNBC wants you to believe he was just, after his sixth stint in prison, really going to change things around. It’s just not true,” she said.

“Here’s how I try to see it through the eyes of the young woman who was pregnant in 2007 when a guy knocked on her door pretending that he worked for the water department,” Owens said. “She realized that he doesn’t work for the water department, attempted to slam the door in his face, only to have a Ford pull up with four more men who get out of the car, one of which is George Floyd.”

“He slams his way into her door, takes out a pistol and holds it to her pregnant belly threatening her as he pushes her into the living room. While she’s in the room, he has one of his armed buddies keep an eye on her as they raid her house looking for drugs, looking for money. They didn’t find drugs, but they did take her cell phone and some cash,” she said.

“So that I think was his fifth arrest that he went to prison for five years. This man has been held up as a hero. This once pregnant woman, I can’t even think about the trauma,” she said.