Militant Leftist Threatened Drivers with a Gun and Radical Linda Sarsour Joined Antifa in Louisville

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Louisville, Kentucky: On Friday, September 20, rioters blocked traffic and harassed innocent drivers following the decision to not bring charges against two of the three police officers in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor. Drone footage captured a woman, identified as Robin Ash Crandal, pointing a gun at drivers. Robin Crandal is an organizer with the Kentucky Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression. She was previously convicted of burglary and served two years in prison. She was pardoned by Governor Steve Beshear, whose Soros funded son, Andy, is the current governor.

Radical leftist and Women's March leader, Linda Sarsour, was filmed working behind the scenes with the rioters who damaged cars. Sarsour was photographed again with the mob, including Portland's 'Three Arrows' battalion days later./su_note]

Yesterday we identified Robin Ash Crandal was the young communist who pointed a gun at highway goers last Friday in Louisville, KY.
Earlier today we reported that infamous Democrat anti-Semite Linda Sarsour was behind the scenes on Friday leading the rioters who were pointing guns at innocent drivers and damaging their vehicles.
Now we are able to determine that Democrat anti-Semite Linda Sarsour was back in front of the rioters tonight in Louisville.  But today she was alongside members of Portland’s ‘Three Arrows’ Antifa battalion.  Who is paying these creeps? 
On Friday September 20, 2020, in Louisville, KY, Democrat activists were out shutting down highway traffic. Drone footage captured the communists pointing guns at drivers.

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