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David Hookstead
Rioters in Louisville had a U-Haul on standby loaded up with supplies, and immediately geared up as soon as the Breonna Taylor decision was announced. People pretend these riots happen out of nowhere. They don't. They're well-coordinated and prepared.
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H.M.H Sep 23
Replying to @dhookstead
These are protestors....not rioters. And cloth signs on wooden frames are hardly "gear".
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🌊 Lawrence R. Gelber 🌊 Sep 23
Please help ROCK this bluesy campaign song - “Kamala and Joe” (1:36) Click “thumbs up”. TYVM!
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Woney For Nothing Sep 23
Replying to @dhookstead
Yes it's true that the people who hate the organized dehumanization of black people are sometimes organized themselves.
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Timmmmay Sep 23
Replying to @NonTrotski @dhookstead
I think we founded a country on a version of this thinking?
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Todd Emaus Sep 23
Replying to @dhookstead
Protesting is not rioting. We should be proud to live in a country where people are well-coordinated and prepared to share what they believe in.
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me Sep 23
Replying to @dhookstead
Kentucky declared a State of Emergency before releasing the results. These people weren't the only ones prepared. At least the UHaul folks didn't know the verdict ahead of time
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Edgeycated Sep 23
But, sadly, in a way they did.
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Bob Balfe Sep 23
Replying to @dhookstead
The city pulled a fast one. They charge one officer with endangering the neighbors. As for breanna Taylor they were 100 percent in the right. This saved the city from burning to the ground.
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NateSpeed Sep 23
I don't think I've ever seen a tweet that is so clearly going to age like milk.
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