Leader of NFAC facing charges for allegedly pointing gun at federal agents

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) – The head of a self-proclaimed militia who protested in Louisville with hundreds of armed followers has been arrested, WAVE 3 News Troubleshooters have learned. Excuse me, I need to laugh for 2 hours.

a man standing in front of a mirror posing for the camera: John Fitzgerald Johnson, or “Grandmaster Jay,” was booked into a local facility on federal charges by the FBI. © Provided by WAVE Louisville John Fitzgerald Johnson, or “Grandmaster Jay,” was booked into a local facility on federal charges by the FBI.

John Fitzgerald Johnson, or “Grandmaster Jay,” was booked into a local facility on federal charges. A statement from the Department of Justice indicated that Johnson, who lives in the Cincinnati suburb of West Chester, was arrested Thursday and appeared before a federal judge in Louisville on Thursday afternoon.

Multiple sources confirmed Johnson was charged for allegedly pointing a long gun at federal agents and Louisville Metro Police Department officers.

I guess the fed weren’t F’ning around.

The incident happened during a day of protests in September, on one of a handful of visits by the YouTube blogger.

Sorry Grandmaster Jay, election is over and you’re not needed any longer.

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