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CBC says Louisville protests started out as 'peaceful' despite clear evidence riot was planned

CBC Radio One's World Reports claims that the Louisville, Kentucky riots started as "peaceful protests," despite clear evidence showing otherwise.

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CBC Radio One's World Report claims that the Louisville, Kentucky riots started as "peaceful protests," despite clear evidence showing otherwise.

A transcript reads: "Shots were fired in Louisville, Kentucky overnight during what began as a peaceful protest."

While earlier protests in the US may have started as peaceful marches, the riot in Louisville appears to have been orchestrated. Video evidence has appeared online showing soon-to-be rioters unloading pre-made anarchist banners and riot shields.

Protests did not start off as peaceful, as garbage cans were lit ablaze and anarchists destroyed property.

The shields taken from the U-Haul were then used on the front lines of a protest march, all but confirming that the street actions taking place in America are not as the media has portrayed, spontaneous acts of protest but in fact, well-funded and organized actions.

More evidence of this has since been unearthed, as National File reported today Holly Zoller of the Bail Project, a left wing activist group that has paid the bail of over 12,000 incarcerated peoples, rented the U-Haul days before the riot occurred.

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