One of the things that I do not understand are the people that think some of these Antifa-associated organizations are looking out for anyone and want any kind of peace.

At the end of the day, they need to realize that these people are not helping and that they are doing everything that they can to bring down America.

It’s about time that law enforcement deals with these people in the way that they need to be dealt with.

Federal officers do not like having rifles aimed directly at them. Especially not by the leader of a Black Militia group. They would be just as unhappy with one of the Boogie Boys but it was “Grand Master Jay” with the “Not F-ing Around Coalition” who was hauled off to court in handcuffs.

The Black Panther wannabes who call themselves the Not F-ing Around coalition also claim to be a “militia” group. The Second Amendment guarantees the right to “bear” arms, not point them at cops.

John Fitzgerald Johnson, a.k.a. Grand Master Jay was charged on federal counts related to pointing long guns at police officers in September. He brought a unit of his troops to protest the Breonna Taylor shooting.

Back on September 4, the militia members were assembled at the Jefferson County Courthouse and Johnson was caught on video as he “pointed long guns at officers who were present conducting crowd control.”

As spelled out in the court paperwork, Grand Master Jay “forcibly assaulted, resisted, opposed, impeded, intimidated, and interfered with federally deputized task force officers while they were engaged in or on account of the performance of official duties, when Johnson aimed/brandished an AR platform rifle at them.” Legitimate law enforcement frowns on that.

It makes a huge difference that at the time, the federal police officers were threatened “while they were at the Jefferson County Grand Jury Building.” Along with local police, the federal troops were “positioned as an overwatch on the eastern edge looking down on Armory Place.”

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