Grandmaster Jay of the NFAC Sentenced: Another Systemic Injustice

According to reports, Grandmaster Jay of the NFAC was sentenced by a federal court to seven years and two months in prison. Never mind that there are insurrectionist, white terrorist, and a treasonous madman racist, Grandmaster Klansman ex-president walking free...

Grandmaster Jay of the NFAC Sentenced: Another Systemic Injustice

According to reports, Grandmaster Jay of the NFAC was sentenced by a federal court to seven years and two months in prison. Never mind that there are insurrectionist, white terrorist, and a treasonous madman racist, Grandmaster Klansman ex-president walking free or his minions who stormed the capital and serving less than 6 months for attempting to overthrow the government.

White men are so afraid of Black men with guns and the unity they are capable of, they are slamming this man in jail for simply aiming a rifle in the direction of law enforcement officials, claiming the charge of assaulting a federal task force officer.



All this talk of a race war but they make sure we are incapacitated when it seems it may really hit the fan. These are cowards, little men dressed in army fatigues hiding behind the law just so they do not actually have to face angry Black men with guns.

According to the news, “A prison sentence has been handed down to a Black militia group leader arrested during protests in Louisville. John Johnson, 59, also known as "Grandmaster Jay," appeared in federal court for sentencing Wednesday morning.

He was sentenced to seven years, two months in prison with three years of supervised release once he gets out. He was convicted of assaulting a federal task force officer, among other counts.

Johnson and his group, the NFAC, were in Louisville protesting in the summer of 2020 following the death of Breonna Taylor. He pointed a rifle at two task force officers who were on a rooftop in Jefferson Square monitoring the protests.

Seven years was the minimum time required for a sentence according to Johnson's crimes. The judge recommended that sentencing for his state charges be served concurrently.

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