Another American city is about to burn.
Black Lives Matter rioters geared up for mayhem.
But a Republican asked this question about the military that could shut down Black Lives Matter.
Black Lives Matter terrorists gathered in Louisville and began rioting immediately after a grand jury announced its findings in the death of Breonna Taylor.
Back in March police officers served a search warrant on an apartment Taylor shared boyfriend Kenneth Walker as part of an investigation into another suspect.
A witness confirmed that police announced themselves and broke the door down after which Walker admitted opening fire on police and striking one officer.
Police returned fire and tragically killed Breonna Taylor after her boyfriend shot at police.
A grand jury did not indict any of the officers for Taylor’s death and handed down three charges of wanton endangerment against officer Brett Hankison and no charges against Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly and Detective Myles Cosgrove.
Black Lives Matter rioters began starting fires and trashing businesses.
Rioters shot two police officers.
During an interview with Martha MacCallum on Fox News Channel’s “The Story” Kentucky Senator Rand Paul blasted Kentucky’s Democrat Governor Andy Beshear for not taking calls to deploy the National Guard seriously enough.
“With regard to Louisville, though, I’m kind of saddened to see the fires. I hope we can begin to heal on this. I’ve been calling for weeks for the National Guard to be out. I think the governor has not taken that seriously. I hope there will be enough National Guard to prevent the destruction downtown in Louisville. It’s a great city, and I hope it doesn’t catch on fire more than what we see so far,” Senator Paul stated.
Black Lives Matter began spreading lies about this case to falsely accuse the police of racism from the get go.
Anti-police activists falsely claimed police executed a no-knock warrant.
“Evidence shows that officers both knocked and announced their presence at the apartment,” Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron stated.
Attorney General Cameron also found the officers were justified in discharging their firearms in response to being shot at.
“Mattingly and Cosgrove were justified in their use of force after being fired upon by Kenneth Walker,” Cameron added.
The facts of this case are clear.
A young woman tragically lost her life when police officers returned fire after being shot at.
But the authorities conducted a full investigation using a grand jury.
Evidence was presented and investigators interviewed witnesses.
This is how the system is supposed to work.
But Louisville descended into a state of nature because a Democrat Governor was unwilling to control his party’s voters rioting in the streets by calling out the National Guard,
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