On Monday morning, a black supremacist called Quintez Brown walked into the office of Louisville mayoral candidate Craig Greenberg and tried to shoot him to death. He failed and is now in jail.
Fortunately, Greenberg and his staff escaped without injury. However, they are shaken up and asking questions about what led this young racial activist and BLM supporter to reach the point where he wanted to murder an innocent Jewish man for no apparent reason.
Taking a deeper look into Brown’s history is extremely disturbing. He was a poster child for BLM and a journalist at Louisville’s Courier-Journal.
In his job writing columns, Brown amplified the idea of black people being eternal victims. He also gave voice to an anti-white and hate-filled perspective on America. He even spoke strongly against gun rights.
A History of Hating Guns
Take a column that Brown wrote on July 2, 2019.
The purpose of the piece was to talk about Kentucky’s concealed carry law. According to Brown, the law proved the state government of Kentucky was in bed with the NRA. He said it proved the GOP doesn’t care about black people’s lives.
According to his beliefs, “blood money” from the NRA is making America a dangerous, racist place where young black people are murdered, due to lax gun laws.
Brown’s deranged writings claimed even those who argue concealed carry increases safety are hypocrites because when black people try to exercise the right, they get shot down like Philando Castile.
Incidentally, Brown is correct the shooting of Castile was an egregious breach of gun rights and a vicious murder; so was the shooting of Tamir Rice for playing with a pretend gun.
All of this just points to the importance of upholding gun rights for all legal owners, not against them.
— Tom Bevan (@TomBevanRCP) February 16, 2022
Anti-Gun Leftist Strikes Again
The anti-gun left loves to talk about who should and shouldn’t own a gun, as we can see from Brown’s writings and beliefs. They claim guns keep black people down and are a tool of white supremacy and police oppression.
Meanwhile, progressive politicians work hand-in-hand to create maximal restrictions for legal gun owners and make as many excuses and reduced sentences for gun criminals, along with those who commit gun violence in gangs and drive-by situations.
In his writings, Brown talks about the need to “fight for humanity.” Is that what he calls trying to murder an innocent Jewish man running to lead Louisville?
Breaking: The suspect arrested over the attempted assassination of Louisville mayoral candidate @RunWithCraig has been identified as Quintez Brown (@tez4liberation), a #BLM activist & black nationalist championed by Obama & @JoyAnnReid. He was also a writer for @courierjournal. pic.twitter.com/PKwuIAwg4x
— Andy Ngô 🏳️🌈 (@MrAndyNgo) February 15, 2022
The Bottom Line
It is not clear from reports at this time whether Brown’s gun was legally owned or not.
What is clear is he wrote about the need to restrict Americans’ gun rights and then tried to murder an innocent person with a gun. This is more than hypocrisy from Brown; it’s the blueprint for the mass murder of unarmed people.