BLM Racially Taunt and Scare Little Kids and Their Parents in Louisville, It Doesn't End Well for Them

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BLM were trying to lead a caravan protest around the city of Louisville, Kentucky on Saturday.

But they ended up stopping in front of the convention center and verbally attacking little kids and their parents who were trying to go in and out of a cheerleading competition.

The BLM was lined up all in front of the center and the families had to go through them in order to get into the building.

You could hear someone on a bullhorn yelling at the kids to “Do something black today with your white privilege besides cheer.” It was obvious the girls were confused as to why they were being assailed by these people.

“Black mothers are burying their babies while white mothers take their children to cheer competitions. Do something black today with your white privilege, thank you,โ€ the BLM person admonished the children. Meanwhile as they were screaming at the kids, some were also armed.

How vile is it to go after little kids? And exactly why are they targeting these kids? One family member posted on twitter about how the kids were all scared. Pro tip, leftists? When you’re attacking little kids, you’re on the wrong side of anything right.

But ultimately it doesn’t end well for these characters.

You can see the police pull up some point later and grab two of the bigger guys, one of whom was at one point blocking the street.

The BLM people ask the cops why are the guys being arrested and why are the cops armed. Um, maybe because you are?

Louisville Metro Police spokeswoman Alicia Smiley detailed that three people were ultimately arrested.

Two were charged with disorderly conduct and obstructing a highway, and the other was charged with menacing, terroristic threatening and obstructing a highway, according to their arrest citations.

Officers also issued several citations for traffic violations, including reckless driving, no insurance, running a red light making and an improper turn, Smiley said.