TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): Well, Mr. Floyd was having trouble breathing, of course, the most noted part of the tape. What explains that? Why was George Floyd telling officers, "I can't breathe"?
Well, here's one possible explanation. One of the primary symptoms of fentanyl overdose is quote "slowed or stopped breathing, leading to unconsciousness and death." That might also explain why George Floyd was saying "I can't breathe" long before any police officer's knee was anywhere near him. In fact, George Floyd was complaining that he couldn't breathe as cops tried to get him in a police car as he resisted.