BLM Activist Murders Three People in a Bar While Wearing ‘Justice for Breonna Taylor’ Shirt

“I didn’t think I’d be scrubbing blood off my patio on a Saturday morning. I thought I was getting ready for everybody to watch the ballgame.” Bungalow Joe’s Bar and Grill owner and retired police officer, Joe Bishop told WDRB News

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Michael E. Rhynes Jr., 33, walked into the Louisville bar shot three random people at point blank range on Friday night. The shooter was arrested after police found him outside the restaurant crawling in a bush. He was wearing a “Justice for Breonna Taylor” t-shirt. Not surprisingly, national media has completely ignored this story — If this man were not a member of BLM and black, but instead wearing Trump MAGA apparel, this mass shooting story would be all over. Instead the Breonna Taylor shirt represented the martyr of the Black Lives Matter movement, who was killed by police during a tragic “knock and announce” raid where her drug dealer boyfriend was shooting at police.

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One thing we have learned from the Black Lives Matter movement, is that not all Black Lives Matter. Especially when it comes to a criminal of color and their random vicious acts. Rhynes walked into this bar in his political garb and shot 3 men point blank. Two of the victims were white and one was black. Despite one of the victims being black, we have not heard anything from national social mainstream media nor Black Lives Matter.

While Toreon Jermaine Hudson, 26, and William Scott Smallwood, 48, were pronounced dead at the scene of the crime, Steven Matthew Head, 24, died from his injuries at University Hospital. All three of these men worked together, and one of them happened to be the fiancé of the manager of the bar. Hudson was a father to a young girl whose family set up a GoFundMe to pay for the sudden and unexpected funeral expenses.


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