BLM "peaceful protesters" are battling Louisville police… RIGHT NOW.
It is official:
Only 1 police officer has been charged in the case of Breonna Taylor.
The officer was charged with endangering the neighbors.
It has nothing to do with her death.
BLM activists are furious.
Typically, the protests are peaceful during the day and then get violent at night.
However, violence is already breaking out… in BROAD DAYLIGHT.
This is not a good sign for the city when nightfall comes.
See the first initial clash with police below:
Prior to the BLM battle with police, one of the protesters shouted at the officers:
All y'all get ready to f***** die!
The media still wants us to believe that these are "peaceful protesters."
It is believed that Antifa provided "riot shields" and signs for protesters.
Multiple social media videos showcase a U-haul filled with equipment.
Demonstrators quickly rushed the U-haul and took all the protest "equipment" from inside.
To prevent violence from getting worse, the mayor of Louisville has called for a curfew.
Local WDRB news confirms:
All of Jefferson County will be under a curfew starting at 9 p.m. Wednesday until 6:30 a.m., Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer said.
The curfew will last for 72 hours and have exemptions for work, medical aid and attending worship.
"We must plan for the potential of large gatherings," Fischer said. "Our goal is ensuring space and opportunity for people to express their First Amendment rights."
Fischer declared a state of emergency for the city on Tuesday, signing two executive orders "which allows him to exercise any of his emergency powers."
All metro government buildings will be closed the rest of Wednesday and Thursday.
Trinity High School also announced that its game against St. X that was scheduled for Friday has been canceled and tentatively rescheduled for next Friday, Oct. 2, because of the curfew.
St. Matthews has also declared a state of emergency and curfew for the next three days. The daily 9 p.m. to 6:30 a.m. curfew will begin tonight. The curfew runs through Saturday morning, when it will be reevaluated. The curfew does not apply to people commuting to work, going to church or seeking medical attention for themselves or others.
TARC also suspended all bus service Wednesday beginning at 6 p.m. In a statement, a spokesman for TARC said the decision was made for safety reasons, and they realize the inconvenience for passengers who use the bus.
The protests began immediately after the charges were revealed.
There has been no rest in the streets of Louisville.
Reports indicate that the crowds are growing larger every hour.