Black Militia Vows to ‘Burn Down’ Louisville if Cops Involved Responsible for Death of Breonna Taylor Aren’t Arrested
By now, you may have seen at least one video of the black militia group that is now referring to themselves as the NFAC or “Not F***ing Around Coalition”.
They have been protesting in various cities, perhaps most notably in Stone Mountain, GA where they marched down the road by vehicles waiting to get in threatening them and demanding reparations.
Just this weekend, they were protesting in Louisville, KY over the death of Breonna Taylor when one of their members ended up shooting one of his comrades.
Just before 1 p.m. Saturday, three people were shot in Baxter Park after a member of the NFAC (Not F***ing Around Coalition) unintentionally discharged a gun during a demonstration. According to police, everyone injured was also part of NFAC.
Police spokesman Lamont Washington said Sunday that one of the people shot had a “minor injury,” another was in serious but stable condition and the third has been moved to the ICU but is expected to survive.
Washington, who said he could not release an incident report because an investigation is ongoing, said no charges are being issued, yet.
Now the group is making more threats and have said that they will burn down the city of Louisville if the people responsible for the death of Breonna Taylor are not arrested. This actually came from the leader himself known as “Grandmaster Jay”.
The group marched into downtown with a minimal police presence and no arrests that I’m aware of.
— Ford Fischer (@FordFischer) July 25, 2020
How is he still walking around freely? He made a threat of terrorism. Wait a minute, I remember now, black privilege. This country is not scared to death to arrest someone for a crime if they’re black because they fear backlash.
I am a supporter of the Second Amendment as I’m sure most if not all of you are as well. But there is a fundamental difference between peacefully protesting and exercising their Second Amendment rights, and threatening violence and using intimidation. That’s when things become a problem.