Next Time on Ladies of Another View: Revealing What Really Happened to George Floyd
Conlin is an ward-winning investigative journalist. Through her book "They're Lying", she sets the record straight and uncovers what really happened in the George Floyd case. Through exposed footage and documents, she reveals the truths behind what took place on a street in Minneapolis that set off riots, the demands to defund the police, and the skyrocketing crime across the country.
Based on conversations with those who were there—including Derek Chauvin, Thomas Lane, and other Minneapolis police officers who’ve never spoken out before—Liz exposes how the media and the Left manipulated the facts to dupe and divide America.
In her book, Conlin also explains how her life was turned upside down. She was a familiar face on the news in the Twin Cities. Her husband, Lt. Bob Kroll, president of the Minneapolis police union, was personally blamed for the rioting by Mayor Jacob Frey, the ACLU, and so many others. Liz and Bob were attacked by social media mobs and cancel-culture vultures. Amid all the chaos, she watched so-called civil-rights leaders, politicians, and activists protest on her front lawn.
The book and documentary also reveals some of the cover-ups, collusion, and hidden political connections in Minneapolis. It points out those who turned 'Minnesota nice' into 'Minnesota naïve'—and the “leaders” who could have stopped the insanity and given civility a chance.
But most of all, it tells the truth about how the media and the Left have been lying to us all.
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