Church Abusing The Emergency Curfew Order Exemption In Louisville To Shelter Violent Black Lives Matter Agitators

The First Unitarian Church in Louisville is abusing a provision in the emergency orders issued to prevent rioting that exempts houses of worship from having to abide by the curfew.

Journalist Brendan Gutenschwager was first to report on the church that offered sanctuary to the rioters in Louisville. His videos are embedded below.

“I Will Beat Your Ass”

In the first video he published, a spokesman can be heard explaining what is happening at the religious establishment to a gaggle of reporters:

“This is First Unitarian Church of Louisville and they have opened up the church up as a sanctuary. On the emergency orders, houses of worship are exempt from the curfew. So we’ve opened this up—or the church has opened this up as a sanctuary zone. It’s a place to get refreshments, its a place to get legal aid if they need…”

Gutenschwager provided an update shortly thereafter, explaining that Black Lives Matter rioters were threatening and harassing white people who were on the church grounds:

“White people have just been threatened with assault and kicked out of the church sanctuary grounds. Almost all press were demanded to leave as well.”

“Didn’t we say get the f*** out of here? Get the f*** out. All of you white motherf***ers leave. All of you white motherf***ers leave. You heard what the f*** I said, n***a. I will beat your ass. I don’t give a f***.”

“Y’all gotta go,” other rioters can be heard joining the man in chorus.