The grand jury charged a Louisville police officer with “wonton endangerment,” but did not charge him with murder in the case of Breonna Taylor who was shot and killed when police entered her home with a warrant.
For months and months now the media has claimed that the police entered the apartment on a “no-knock” warrant.
We discovered today, that was not true. The police announced themselves before they entered and that fact was corroborated by witnesses who heard cops identify themselves.
When police entered, Breonna Taylor’s boyfriend fired at them and they fired back, killing Breonna Taylor.
Her death sparked massive outrage and anger, and today’s grand jury verdict has reignited that fire.
BLM protesters were ready to march and took to the streets immediately after word came down.
It didn’t take long for things to get ugly.
Protesters were blocking traffic, setting street fires, and threatening police.
In one circumstance, BLM protesters can be heard telling cops, “All ya’ll get ready to f**king die.”
You can watch the video below:
"Protestor" walking by cops,
— Johnny Lawrence (@mercy4daweak) September 23, 2020
Earlier in the day, a U-Haul truck pulled up filled with “supplies” for the rioters. The truck was filled with signs, and shields, and some people reported seeing bricks.
This is an organized effort to destroy US cities…the FBI. and the DOJ needs to see who ordered that U-Haul and go after them.
And speaking of the FBI, when President Trump wins reelection, he should fire Christopher Wray immediately.
Attn: Wayne Dupree is a free speech champion who works tirelessly to bring you news that the mainstream media ignores. But he needs your support in order to keep delivering quality, independent journalism. You can make a huge impact in the war against fake news by pledging as little as $5 per month. Please click here Patreon.com/WDShow to help Wayne battle the fake news media.