BLM communist who pointed gun at drivers in Louisville identified

BLM Communist Who Pointed Gun at Random Drivers in Louisville Identified

On Friday, September 20, 2020, in Louisville, KY, Democrat activists were out shutting down highway traffic. Drone footage captured the communists’ pointed gun at drivers.

Interim police chief LMPD Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly sent an email to around 1,000 officers at 2 am that called these protestors thugs.

Using Artificial Intelligence (AI) XRVision our friend and contributor Yaacov Appelbaum was able to identify the young communist woman who pointed gun at drivers.

In the sequence of events below, Apelbaum was able to identify the individual pointing the gun at passers-by as Robin Ash Crandal.

Ms. Crandal is an organizer with the Kentucky Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression. Ms. Crandal was previously convicted of burglary in the third degree and theft of less than $10,000. She served two years at the Bullitt County Detention Center.

In November of 2015 she was pardoned by Governor Steve Beshear, whose Soros funded son, Andy, is the current governor. The pardon restored Crandal’s right to vote and hold public office.

In image 1 Crandal approaches a car on the highway. In image 2 she points a gun in her hand at the car and driver. In images 3 and 4, Ms. Crandal holsters her gun. In image 5 and 6, Ms. Crandal and another person move away from the scene. In image 6 Ms. Crandal is also positively identified. In images 7, 8, and 9, Crandal meets up with the other person noted previously and hands him the gun and then they separate.

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According to Appelbaum, Robin’s organization, the Kentucky Alliance against Racist and Political Repression is made up of the following affiliates, almost all of which have some sort of Soros funding (

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