In a rare opportunity for media, the all-Black “NFAC” (“Not F***ing Around Coalition”) militia leader John Fitzgerald “Grandmaster Jay” Johnson spoke to press following a march in Louisville, Kentucky.

“The United States has a history of hunting down and killing black organizations,” he said. “So therefore, as much as some people want to be in the spotlight, everyone who has stepped where I am standing has been shot and killed. Everyone.”

“So this time I’m protecting the members by not letting you see who they are,” he added.

“If you kill me, there is someone already in my place.”

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