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The Louisville Riots of 1968 after Dr. Martin Luther King's assassination were compared to those that broke out in 2020 after the death of Breonna Taylor.

The Justice Department announced the arrest of two militia members associated with the violent anti-government "Boogaloo Bois" movement, including one who they allege sought to incite a riot in Louisville "contemporaneous with the Capitol riots" on Jan. 6.

DOJ announces arrest of two militia members associated with the violent anti-government "Boogaloo Bois" movement, including one who they allege sought to incite a riot in Louisville, Kentucky, "contemporaneous with the Capitol riots" on Jan. 6.

DOJ announces arrest of two militia members associated with the violent anti-government "Boogaloo Bois" movement, including one who they allege sought to incite a riot in Louisville, Kentucky, "contemporaneous with the Capitol riots" on Jan. 6.

The Justice Department announced the arrest of two militia members associated with the violent anti-government "Boogaloo Bois" movement, including one who they allege sought to incite a riot in Louisville "contemporaneous with the Capitol riots" on Jan. 6.

The FBI arrested two men identified as members of two militia groups that took part in violent riots in downtown Louisville last summer.

A Louisville man is facing federal charges under the Riot Act for his involvement in a gathering in downtown Louisville on the day of riots at the U.S. Capitol.

'This is a very dangerous time in the history of our country': Louisville political experts weigh in on D.C. riots

While some in the media recognized the violent riots in Louisville as actual riots, CBS continued with the false narrative that they were "mostly peaceful" even after two officers were shot.

Coming up on #tytlive  Post Game: The Daily Caller Threatens to Sue Louisville Police After Two of its Reporters Arrested During Riots

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Is China supplying some ANTIFA & BLM riots? “Wall St Journal reports of illegal firearms appearing around Black Lives Matter (BLM) protests in Louisville and across the country in an interesting – and perhaps foreign – light, the report said”

The facts won't matter, so you can count on riots after the ruling in Louisville, writes @SchmittNYC :

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Our city, our state, and our country have to pull together. My full statement on the protests and riots in Louisville and across the country:

Louisville, Kentucky, still has a school desegregation program and is part of one of the nation’s most racially integrated districts. But the political will that sustained it through riots, court rulings and skeptical superintendents is starting to dry up.

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