In a stunning and brilliant legal maneuver, Harrison Floyd’s attorney changed his first name to George to get our of prosecution by a partisan District Attorney Fani Willis. Floyd, who ran Blacks for Trump was charged for “supporting Orange man while black.”
Friends and family of Harrison Floyd, now known as ‘George,’ are scratching their heads at his sudden and unexpected decision. “I mean, we always knew George was a bit of a trendsetter, but this takes it to a whole new level,” remarked one bewildered relative. “Who would’ve thought that simply changing your name could be the ultimate get-out-of-jail-free card?”
Willis immediately released the newly named and sainted George Floyd.
The move comes after ‘George’ found himself entangled in a legal web spun by a DA known for their partisan tendencies. In a case that many have described as politically motivated, ‘George’ decided to take matters into his own hands. “It’s genius, really,” said a legal expert who wished to remain anonymous. “By changing his name to ‘George,’ he’s essentially transformed himself into a different person in the eyes of the law.”
DA Willis was informed afterward that anyone named George Floyd should not receive special treatment
“I was duped.” She said while rising up from genuflecting upon hearing that blessed name.
Legal scholars are divided on the implications of ‘George’s’ bold maneuver. Some argue that it’s a clever way to highlight the absurdity of partisan prosecutions, while others worry that it sets a dangerous precedent for anyone seeking to evade justice by simply adopting a new moniker.
Critics of the move have labeled it a blatant attempt to manipulate the legal system. “This is a clear example of how some individuals will stop at nothing to avoid accountability,” declared one outspoken critic. “It’s like a bad sitcom plot, except it’s happening in real life.”
As the legal world watches with bated breath, the case of Harrison Floyd, now going by ‘George,’ raises important questions about the lengths people will go to in order to navigate a system that some perceive as broken. Whether this name-change strategy becomes a trend or a footnote in legal history remains to be seen, but one thing is for sure: the tale of ‘George’ is certainly one for the books.