Nothing to see here folks. Meanwhile, parents speaking out at school board meetings are domestic terrorists.
Louisville police have charged Quintez Brown, a local political activist, in a shooting attack on Craig Greenberg, a Jewish Democrat running for mayor.
Brown, 21, has been prominent in the city’s civil rights activism, including Black Lives Matter protests in 2020, and previously worked for the Louisville Courier Journal. He had recently announced a run for the city’s municipal council.
Police said he was charged Tuesday with attempted murder and four counts of wanton endangerment in his alleged shooting attack in Greenberg’s downtown office. No one was hurt, although a bullet penetrated Greenberg’s clothing. No motive has been reported.
Does being an activist with a racist hate group whose motto comes from a wanted domestic terrorist possibly offer a motive? Nah, as usual it’s mental illness. We’re told repeatedly that it has nothing to do with Black Lives Matter. So a bail fund linked to BLM is bailing him out.
Louisville Community Bail Fund members hope to collect money to cover Quintez Brown’s $100,000 full cash bond to bail him out of the Louisville Metro Department of Corrections.
Brown is charged with attempted murder and four counts of wanton endangerment after police said he targeted mayoral candidate Craig Greenberg in a shooting Monday morning at his campaign office.
“My ears are still ringing from the gunshots yesterday,” Greenberg said in a one-on-one interview with WAVE News’ Dawne Gee on Tuesday.
A bullet grazed Greenberg’s sweater and shirt, but no one in the office at the time was hurt.
On Tuesday, after Brown’s arraignment, a Community Bail Fund member posted on social media asking if they could make a donation toward paying Brown’s bail; another member responded his bail has already been “solidified.”
The media doesn’t explain what the Louisville Community Bail Fund is and who its members are. Here, let me help.
The Louisville Community Bail Fund’s website says, “Cash bail is one of the aspects of the criminal justice system that keeps communities wrapped up in systemic slavery and in debt.”…
The fund is organized by Black Lives Matter Louisville.
Nothing to see here. Just domestic terrorists bailing out a domestic terrorist.