The Good Old Days

Whatever happened to the good old days when we shot rioters?  Not protestors, peaceful assembly is a right guaranteed under the First Amendment and must be vigorously protected.  But a riot is a breach of the peace, a crime, an act of violence.  Big difference.  Rubber bullets, hell!  How about an Apache strafing run?

5 comments on “The Good Old Days

  1. Brittius says:

    Reblogged this on Brittius and commented:
    So far, it is up to the municipalities. Democrat cities involved, so let the rioters wreak havoc. Once Trump is inaugurated, then federal insurrection laws can be declared, authorizing the shooting of rioters.
    Business owners have not publicly demanded the mayors to do anything or shut businesses with a loss of jobs. Let it keep going. Then on January 20th, CULL THE HERD.

  2. Smitty says:

    We have lost the old west posse mentality. When the police are under siege the average citizen needs to stand and be counted among those who fight against the violence. A couple of examples would bring the violence to a rapid halt. My state has handed out over 500,000 concealed carry permits in the last 6 years. We are standing by for the call when needed.

    • Yes, most of ‘Murica is happy with a Socialist nanny state where they have no responsibility for themselves or others. This is why we need to encourage the ‘sheepdog’ mentality. With little big O’s administration it was likely that such a posse or sheepdog mentality would have been punished with prosecution. So I am hopeful that the sea change that is coming will allow those that cherish their freedom and are ready to stand up for it will be looked at as defenders and protectors of the republic. And I agree with you that few examples would be needed. Bullies are cowards, and they will fold up and run when they are shown serious resistance. Note how many times shooters immediately kill themselves when faced with armed resistance. Thanks for your comment and your commitment, brother.

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