Mitch McConnell Slams BLM for Bailing Out Suspect in Democrat Politician Shooting

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) has slammed Black Lives Matter for bailing out the suspect in a shooting at a Democrat mayoral candidate’s office.

Sen. McConnell called out BLM’s Louisville chapter for paying off the six-figure bail of Quintez Brown, who is charged with the attempted murder.

Brown is accused of firing his weapon into the office of Craig Greenberg, who is running for mayor in the Kentucky city.

While nobody was injured in the shooting, Greenberg narrowly avoided death when the bullets tore through his clothing.

The suspect “tried to literally murder a politician” yet he is back on the streets, McConnell blasted.

“This far-left Black Lives Matter activist and defund-the-police cheerleader walked into a Jewish Democrat’s campaign headquarters and opened fire,” McConnell added.

“But guess what, he’s already been let out of jail. He’s already been let out of jail!

“A left-wing bail fund partnered with BLM Louisville to bail him out.

“Less than 48 hours after this activist tried to literally murder a politician, the radical left bailed their comrade out of jail.

“I’m confident that if activists claiming to be conservative tried to assassinate a politician, whatever his mental state, the media would open a 24/7 national conversation about rhetoric on the right,” McConnell said.

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From ABC11:

Mayor Greg Fischer later released a statement about Brown.

A Louisville bail fund organization has posted bail for a man charged with the attempted murder of a mayoral candidate.

The Louisville Community Bail Fund, supported by Black Lives Matter Louisville, paid the $100,000 bond set for Quintez Brown Wednesday afternoon.

Brown left Metro Corrections Wednesday evening hours after his bail was paid.

“Quintez Brown’s bond and release have been decided independently by a judge. Mr. Brown will be monitored by the Department of Corrections, consistent with Home Incarceration Program rules and regulations and any conditions set forth in the court order, including use of a GPS monitoring device and home checks.

Alerts will notify HIP personnel if the device is tampered with or goes outside the geofence.”

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