The College Football Hall of Fame got looted and destroyed during George Floyd Protests in Atlanta. A viral video showed the extensive damage the College Football Hall of Fame endured during the Atlanta protests including broken windows and stolen items. Most likely this wasn’t even the work of George Floyd protesters, just people in the area taking advantage of the situation like we have seen in other videos.

With shattered glass everywhere, shelves overturned, and empty hangars that use to hold clothing items, the College Football Hall of Fame looked like it got hit by tornado during Atlanta protests for George Floyd.

It’s safe to say most people weren’t expecting the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta to be looted, it’s one of the last places you would think people would target. Then you remember an Autozone got broken into, and it doesn’t seem so strange.

Hopefully nobody on either side of things was hurt.

Author: JordanThrilla

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