A video purportedly shows protesters in Louisville grabbing anti-police signs, shields, and other supplies from a U-Haul truck parked near the site of the Breonna Taylor protests.

Fox News reports that large signs reading “Abolish the Police,” “Abolition Now,” and “BLM” can be seen in a video posted by Townhall Senior Writer, Julio Rosas.

Rosas first posted a video showing a crowd marching the streets chanting “If we didn’t get it, burn it down!”

“While the BLM crowd was marching in Louisville, a U-Haul truck pulled up with shields and supplies for the group to use,” he later added.

“Shields! We got shields!” one woman can be heard shouting.

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Where Did The U-Haul Used by Louisville Protesters Come From?

It is unclear at this time who drove the U-haul to that lot in Louisville, how the protesters were alerted of its presence, who rented the vehicle, or who created and gathered the massive signs and materials.

Some have speculated that the video, however, shows a level of organization.

The Daily Mail reports that the “pre-staged supplies” were “obviously ready before the grand jury decision was announced.”

Fox News contributor Deneen Borelli also opined that the protests appear to not only be organized but well-funded.

“They’re organized, and there’s funding behind this as well,” Borelli claimed. “We know that there was that one U-Haul, I wonder if there were others out there as well.”

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Is it Time to Investigate Who Is Behind the Riots?

In early September, Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf announced that the Department of Justice had launched an investigation into who is funding violent riots in cities throughout America.

He went on to note that the DOJ is focusing on “targeting and investigating the head of these organizations, [and] the individuals that are paying for these individuals to move across the country.”

In at least two recent major protests, media has reported a large number of out-of-towners present.

The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel did an analysis of those protesting the shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

They concluded that a majority came from out of state.

Of the 175 people arrested for offenses related to the protests and civil unrest, only 73 (42 percent) were from Kenosha.

“Those arrested hailed from 44 different cities,” they noted.

Democratic Washington D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser has also claimed those arrested in her city have come from other areas.

“There are people who come from stretches of Maryland and Virginia,” she said. “People who come from Portland and Minneapolis.”