Politics Donald Trump Jr. condemns 'anarchy' in Louisville after officers shot amid Breonna Taylor protests

10:41  24 september  2020
10:41  24 september  2020 Source:   foxnews.com

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Officer shot in Louisville amid protests . The Louisville Metro Police Department has confirmed that one of Donald Trump just held a brief press conference before he left to take “an emergency phone call”. Protests in Louisville have been going for hours since Kentucky’s attorney general, Daniel

Hours after a Kentucky grand jury brought no charges against Louisville police for Breonna Taylor ’s death and protesters took to the streets, authorities said two officers were shot and wounded Wednesday night 2 Louisville police officers shot amid Breonna Taylor protests , authorities say.

Louisville, Ky., is the latest American city to see peaceful protests transform into violent riots and "anarchy," Donald Trump Jr. said Wednesday during an appearance on “Hannity

a group of people in uniform walking on a street: Donald Trump Jr. reacts to the shooting of two Louisville police officers on 'Hannity' © FoxNews.com Donald Trump Jr. reacts to the shooting of two Louisville police officers on 'Hannity'

“There are peaceful protesters doing the right thing and I think that's wonderful," the president's eldest son told host Sean Hannity. "That's very American. But what's going on, when police officers are shot, when Democrat mayors are turning a blind eye, when they're more worried about protecting arsonists, vandals, looters and outright criminals than they are about the citizens of these towns? It is absolutely disgusting.”

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A police officer in Louisville has been shot amid chaotic protests over the lack of murder charges for the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor , with footage from the scene showing officers taking cover as gunfire Officer SHOT as gunfire rings out in Louisville amid protests over Breonna Taylor charges.

Civil unrest in Louisville intensifies hours after Breonna Taylor grand jury decision. Moments after a Kentucky grand jury’s decision to only indict one of three cops involved — and only for endangering neighbors by opening fire — in Taylor ’s March 13 shooting death, protests erupted on the streets of


Trump Jr. agreed the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor by Louisville Metro Police officers in March should have never happened. However, he continued, when Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., who has championed legislation banning so-called "no-knock" police raids, was attacked by demonstrators in Washington last month -- and when trucks are "showing up" in Louisville "with supplies, you start to realize that this isn’t an organic, peaceful protest gone wrong. This is anarchy."

The president's son added that he condemned “in all ways, shape and form what's going on to the police officers who are just out there serving" and noted that the vast majority of U.S. police officers have also condemned police brutality against Black Americans. He then argued that the unrest in Louisville on Wednesday was the latest effort by rioters and Democrats to destroy America.

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Two officers have been shot amid huge protests in the US city of Louisville after a grand jury decided no officers would face charges for killing unarmed black woman Breonna Taylor . Ms Taylor , 26, a hospital worker, was shot multiple times as three officers stormed her home on 13 March.

Protests over her shooting escalated into violence after the May death of George Floyd in Minnesota and the ensuing nationwide Black Lives Matter The US district courthouse in Louisville and the nearby US Citizenship and Immigration Services field office were shuttered for the week as well, per


“When a grand jury in an impartial process doesn't give them the answer they want, [they think] they can burn down cities and states ... ," he said. "You think that if Joe Biden wins, you think that problem's going to go away, or you think it's going to embolden these criminals? I think it emboldens them."

Video: 'This is anarchy': Trump Jr. condemns violence against law enforcement (FOX News)

Breonna Taylor neighbor wants to know why cop wasn't charged for shooting into his unit .
"If that bullet went through my bed maybe I would have been dead too," Breonna Taylor's neighbor Stanley David said.One punched through the hallway. The other passed right in front of his bedroom door, roughly 5 feet from where he was sleeping.

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