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Louisville Protestors Waste No Time Grabbing Riot Supplies Out Of U-Haul

A U-Haul filled with everything needed for a flash mob protest just happened to be parked in a position for protestors to show up and grab the goods and hit the streets after it was announced officers wouldn’t be indicted for Breonna Taylor’s death. Daily Caller reporter Shelby Talcott was recording as protestors grabbed signs, shields, water and made their way onto the streets.

“I’m not sure how people knew what it contained,” Talcott tweeted.

Any hope for this to be a peaceful protest of the Breonna Taylor news was short lived as protestors wasted no time destroying Louisville businesses. Even a bus driver doing his job for the citizens was being harassed by a protestor, according to Talcott, who says “one woman opened up the gas tank but wasn’t able to get the cap off” of the bus.

Written by Joe Kinsey

I'm an Ohio guy, born in Dayton, who roots for Ohio State and can handle you guys destroying the Buckeyes, Urban Meyer and everything associated with Columbus.

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    • It is not illegal to rent a u-haul and fill it with signs. The signs are protected by the 1st Amendment. Maybe if she is supplying bricks or bats, then you can look at prosecuting. It’s inconvenient, but I would like, one day, to be able to rent a u-haul and load it up with signs I like without being thrown in jail.

  1. If you ever find yourself hurriedly filling a Uhaul with a wide variety of handmade anti-police protest signs to be shipped to a rabid mob of anarchists, you’d have to stop and think, “Maybe my life hasn’t quite turned out like I’d hoped.”

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