As members of this all-black radical group gathered for a “non-violent” protest on Saturday over the accidental police shooting death of Louisville, Ky., EMT Breonna Taylor earlier this year, one of them who has no idea what ‘trigger discipline’ is popped off some rounds by mistake, clipping some of his comrades, various reports noted.
Three members of an armed militia were shot in an apparent accident at a protest calling for justice for Breonna Taylor in Louisville on Saturday afternoon.
The three people, all members of the NFAC, suffered non-life threatening injuries, according to the Louisville Metro Police Department. The shooter was also a member of the militia.
The founder of the militant Left-wing group — which appears to be trying to emulate the Black Panther organization of the 1960s — said that the weapon belonged to a woman he identified as a “trainee.”
In an interview with the network, John “Grand Master Jay” Johnson said that militia members were inspecting their weapons at a park in Louisville when the woman accidentally pulled the trigger of her firearm. (Related: NFAC black militant group members accidentally shoot each other while trying to intimidate White Americans with “trained soldiers” theatrics.)
Three people were wounded.
“Today, shortly before 1:00 pm, three people were struck by gunfire as the result of a discharge of someone's gun who was participating in the NFAC demonstration at Baxter Park," Louisville Metro's interim Chief of Police Robert Schroeder said in a statement.
“Louisville Division of Fire and LMEMS arrived a short time later and transported all three victims to the University of Louisville Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. All involved are members of the NFAC and there are no outstanding suspects."
Police then said that an investigation into the shooting was ongoing, when, really, the woman should have already been arrested for discharging her firearm within city limits.
"This is a tragic situation that could have been much worse," Schroeder added. "I encourage anyone choosing to exercise their Second Amendment rights to do so responsibly.”
Asked about the incident, Johnson made excuses.
“I believe that everyone should exercise the utmost responsibility when handling firearms, but then again, we're dealing with humans who make mistakes,” he told ABC News.
Yes, well, perhaps someone with some real military-style training and experience can educate ‘Grandmaster Jay’ that when it comes to handling firearms, you don’t learn on-the-job, so to speak.
Training should take place in an appropriate setting — like, say, a gun range — and not in a city park ahead of a politically motivated march in very divisive times.
Here’s another aspect for readers to chew on: Had this incident involved white, so-called ‘right-wing extremist militia types,’ it would have been headline news throughout the Marxist mainstream media for days, maybe weeks.
But since it happened to a black militia and the underlying protest is in regards to ‘systemic racism’ (which is another myth), it warranted only a mention before everyone in the pretend media returned to Trump-bashing (and we’re surprised that so far, no one in the fake news media has blamed the president for this!).
Beyond the obvious stupidity involving loaded weapons in the hands of first-time users ahead of a politically charged march, however, is trouble.
Later, when the group actually staged its demonstration, Grandmaster Jay issued a huge threat to Louisville leaders — which also did not make the major news networks because, again, they’re on the ‘Black Lives Matter’ bandwagon now.
“Four weeks from today, we’re going to come back here, and we should have an answer. If not, I need y’all to repeat after me: If we don’t get the truth, the whole truth, and the motherf–king truth, we are, going to, burn this motherf–ker down,” he said, encouraging the protesters to repeat after him.
Wonder if that threat would have made the news if a white militia leader had made it in a black community?