The entire city of Louisville knew this day would come soon, Kentucky’s governor too.
The decision from the grand jury on what, if any, charges should be brought against 3 police officers, who while executing a No-Knock Warrant, accidentally entered the wrong apartment shooting and killing Breonna Taylor, a young black girl with no connection to her neighbor’s crimes.
Yes, an accident that today lead to charges being filed against one of the officers, but not the other two involved in the raid.
When the press conference day and time was announced, businesses and other property owners, started boarding up their storefronts in expectation of rioting to come.
The local police started initiating their all hands on deck, anti-riot policing planning and the governor reached out to the White House letting President Trump know his plans to call up the National Guard and openness to additional help from the federal government if needed.
As planned, Soros protesters and anarchists immediately erupted after Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced Wednesday that there will be no charges filed against two of the Louisville police officers involved in the shooting of Breonna Taylor, while the third is being charged with “wanton endangerment.”
Breonna Taylor protesters ran over to a parked U-Haul containing supplies for their violent riot.
The Black Lives Matter mob stormed a restaurant and threw tables and chairs on the outdoor
The police at this point said, nope the line stops here. Short after this the police start taking down the agitators and using their batons when needed. We call that tough love.
Great job Louisville police! Evil must be confronted with force or will evil prevail.
With support from the National Guard and the curfew in place, maybe they can show the cities how to handle anarchists who fell empowered to burn down American cities.