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Louisville

Louisville is the largest city in the state of Kentucky. It is also the sixteenth-largest city in the United States. Founded on the Ohio River in 1778 by George Rogers Clark, it was named after King Louis XVI of France. Louisville is famous for Thunder Over Louisville, the Louisville Slugger Museum, and the Kentucky Derby, and is the birthplace of boxer Muhammad Ali. Louisville's Mayor is Democrat Jerry Abramson.

Louisville's last Republican mayor was elected in 1961.

2020 Leftwing riotsEdit

BLM protester Steven Lopez taken into custody on rioting charges; he was released and days later allegedly shot and killed a journalist covering the "peaceful protests".[1]
See also: 2020 Leftwing insurrection

Left-wing riots rose in Louisville, Kentucky. Racist far-left militants threatened to assault any white people who didn't exit a local church that, out of cowardice, bowed down to the mob.[2] BLM domestic terrorists, who are often unsurprisingly regarded as uneducated and possibly illiterate thugs, torched a public library.[3] A man who shot two police officers amidst far-left riots there was arrested and charged.[4] He apparently had been cowardly, as evidence shows that he used fellow rioters as human shields.[5]

Kamala Harris referred to the BLM/Anifa violence over the Summer of 2020 leaving many dead, tens of millions of dollars in property damages and businesses and livelihoods destroyed as “brilliant” and “an essential component or mark of a real democracy."[6]

Breonna Taylor shootingEdit

In the Breonna Taylor case, police executed the search warrant by knocking on the door. The warrant listed Breonna Taylor and two men. Both men were under suspicion of trafficking drugs. Taylor’s apartment was being used as part of a trafficking ring.[7] Breonna Taylor and her boyfriend Kenneth Walker refused to answer the door after the police identified themselves. The police broke down the door. Kenneth Walker was armed and shot first at police. Walker used Taylor as a human shield. The police returned fire and Breonna Taylor was shot and killed.[8]

In the aftermath, 7 people were shot in what the fake news media called "peaceful protests."[9] 2 police officers were also shot in riots.[10]

The U-Haul truck captured on video distributing riot gear for Louisville protesters following a grand jury decision in the Breonna Taylor case was reportedly tied to the Louisville Bail Initiative, a left-wing activist group stacked with George Soros Justice Fellows. Almost immediately after the grand-jury announcement, protesters swarmed a U-Haul truck in a parking lot and took out riot gear, weapons, gas masks, and anti-police signs to use during clashes with police. Multiple journalists outed Holly Zoller, a board member of a Louisville Bail Project, as the person who allegedly rented the U-Haul and supplied the riot gear to protesters. Holly Zoller later appeared to confirm that she had rented the U-Haul truck in an undercover phone call published by The Gateway Pundit. A U-Haul employee leaked call logs, showing that it was barraged with complaints about the U-Haul truck supplying riot gear to protesters.

The Bail Project claims to have bailed out 12,096 prisoners to date. Zoller admits to being a supporter or member of Antifa. Two members of the Bail Project are Soros Justice Fellows, an activist group funded by left-wing billionaire George Soros.[11] Roger Stone noted:

"Behind all of this organized Democrat corruption is a sleazy legal trickster and Democrat hatchet man named Norm Eisen, who actually wrote a manual or guidebook outlining how he was behind the same type of violent insurrection in other countries [...] Eisen wrote a detailed “how to” book for radical revolution, literally called the “Playbook”. This diabolical manual for mass manipulation lays out scenarios for the overthrow of democratically elected governments overseas, which Eisen sought to topple. [...] This un-American slimeball Eisen has been a chief architect of the underhanded, dishonest and even seditious impeachment efforts waged against President Trump [...] Eisen will employ the usual Democrat lawfare tricks to try to steal or overturn the 2020 election, with street thugs as his Plan B. [...] the left always accuses their opponents of whatever crimes or treachery in which they are themselves engaged, or planning to engage, I am concerned about the Norm Eisen – Mark Elias – Neal Katyal scheme to steal the 2020 election and the presidency, using Black Lives Matter and Antifa to intimidate and harass Trump voters at the polling places in order to suppress the Trump vote – particularly among older citizens. [...]

BLM and Antifa have demonstrated beyond question that they have the numbers, funding, structure and organization to stage such violent suppressive incidents at carefully selected polling locations around the country. The notion that Antifa is, per Joe Biden in the first presidential debate, merely “an idea” or “ideology” and not an actual organization is, aside from being lunacy, disproved by their criminally violent and well-organized actions in recent months. Someone is paying for trucks, buses, U-Hauls and pallets of bricks, as well as the lawyers who show up instantaneously with bail money whenever one of these violent terrorists is arrested.

That America is awash with dark money to fund these terrorist operations and the insurrection they seek to foment is beyond question at this point. These are the thugs who will lead the wave of violence that Mr. Eisen and his cohorts have planned to use the pressure tactic against the vote counters, while Mr. Katyal and his band of manipulative lawyer thugs badger and threaten them with legal maneuvers."[12]

Marxist riotsEdit

Steven Lopez, a Black Lives Matter protester, was arrested for inciting a riot, disorderly conduct, harassment and possession of drug paraphernalia. His citation noted he was in possession of a handgun "with two full mags of ammo" at the time of the arrest. He was released. Ten days later Lopez was arrested again for murder and first-degree wanton endangerment. The murder victim was another Black Lives Matter protester. Lopez fired into an encampment of protesters wanting to defund the police. Bystanders returned fire, wounding the accused killer in the leg. Lopez participated in many protests, which rocked the streets of Louisville for a month. Media accounts referred to the BLM protester as a Hispanic white supremacist.[13]

A BLM activist murdered 3 people in a bar owned by a retired policeman.[14]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2020/06/29/louisville-breonna-taylor-protest-shooting-suspect-identified/3277736001/
  2. Louisville Church Opens Doors as Sanctuary for Rioters, Black Militants Threaten to Beat Up White People and Press If They Don’t Leave (VIDEOS)
  3. Louisville Black Lives Matter Rioters Smash Windows at Library, Throw Flare Inside (VIDEOS)
  4. Multiple references:
  5. VIDEO Captures Louisville BLM Cop Shooter — He Was Using Protesters as Human Shields! — PHOTOS and VIDEO
  6. https://nypost.com/2020/09/26/kamala-harris-blasted-for-praising-blm-as-essential-and-brilliant-amid-violence/
  7. https://www.wave3.com/2020/05/12/breonna-taylor-shooting-warrant-says-suspect-used-her-apartment-hide-drugs/
  8. https://youtu.be/Igp5Ov2aluM
  9. https://www.pressherald.com/2020/05/29/7-shot-at-louisville-protest-over-fatal-police-shooting/
  10. https://www.breitbart.com/law-and-order/2020/09/23/louisville-police-officer-shot-amid-breonna-taylor-protests/
  11. https://www.bizpacreview.com/2020/09/24/u-haul-that-supplied-riot-gear-to-louisville-protesters-reportedly-rented-by-soros-connected-bail-project-976285
  12. https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/10/roger-stone-exclusive-democrats-plan-steal-2020-election/
  13. https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/what-we-know-about-steven-lopez-the-suspect-in-the-fatal-louisville-protest-shooting/ar-BB166xfs
  14. https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/09/black-lives-matter-activist-wearing-justice-beonna-taylor-shirt-walked-louisville-bar-murdered-three-people/