Armed black supremacist protesters harassing people in cars in GA

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  1. NAZG26

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    I am 100% for the 2A and these individuals have every right to legally carry firearms. However, they have ZERO right to block traffic, intimidate, harass, demand money and scare people.

    I am ashamed at the federal government, state governments, county governments, and local governments for not only letting this happen but encouraging it at times and capitulating to the cancel culture socialist scum and not protecting individuals and enforcing laws.

    Every one of these federal agency heads, Mayors, and DA's who are not taking action to stop this need to be held accountable. They are more concerned with crushing small business and destroying t the economy to "protect" us from a super flu than protecting citizens rights and it is all by design. To take over the system you must first destroy the system.

    Sadly if the Democrats win in November this harassment will be the norm and I truly believe this country will devolve into chaos when people start to fight back. The globalist swamp is working overtime to destroy American capitalism, and institution global socialism..

    Love or hate Trump if you cannot see this you are the problem in this country.
     
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    Again, your opinion about what is "right". I believe the protesters would disagree. They didn't do anything illegal. I also wonder if your outrage extends to the protesters who carried guns into the Michigan state capital while protesting the lockdown. That protest was not a 2nd Amendment march either.
     

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    Yeah, but that's not what was happening. Let's stick to reality instead of hypotheticals. Besides, even if you feel your life is in danger, that doesn't mean it actually is.
     
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    I'm curious how you know the content of anyone else's heart or their intentions.
     
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    *slowlyeatingpopcorn.gif*
     
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    Maybe the words from Dr King are a little too flowery for this situation; and I should have correctly said prediction of individual intentions. Well behaved folks with weapons (who are safe) don’t scare me.

    I think it is possible to evaluate an individual or a group by their observable actions or behavior.
    In this case I would think the key signals would be any signs of vandalism, direct threatening or purposely intimidating behavior. Certainly any early stages of violence...... or precursors of violence.
    If one “white guy” in a vehicle can engage with the group and laugh I would assume he did not sense an immediate threat.
    You can believe they are a bunch of fools but not a threat.
     
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    It's not an opinion. Is inciting violence against another race protected by the 1A? Again, I didn't watch the video but it appears this group tapped on at least 1 window. What was said and was that legal? I was referring to DC streets in my reply where they were blocking traffic, rerouting traffic, and standing in a roadway. All illegal. Of course the protesters would disagree me. Duh.

    Why would I be outraged about armed citizens protesting in a capital for the violation of their rights to engage in lawful commerce? Again that is not what the group in GA was doing now was it?

    Stop being so daft
     
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    This guy, his group, and his motives are the subject of this thread. It's good to hear things from the "horses mouth".

    Very informative interview. Clears up alot of things, including several things posted in this thread.
     
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    *gets more popcorn*
     
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    One riot, one Ranger.
     
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    Oh, okay. I'd already linked an interview with the claimed "head" of NFAC, but I can't remember if it was in this thread. Interesting, but not really any more interesting (or much different) than previous interviews with other Black Power groups a few decades ago. Just coming back around again.
     
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    But these weren’t violent looters or thugs (admittedly arguable), but has not committed a crime. Intimidating, sure, but what crime?
     
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    If I was in a car, I’d hit the gas to get away from the situation.
     
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    As much as I’d rather get kicked in the sack while simultaneously French kissing a light socket, than admitting berto62 is correct, but in this case, the woke leftist is, in fact, correct. :faint:
     
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    We are seeing the exact opposite in Atlanta and the prosecutor heading up the the officer’s prosecution.
     
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    A good point.
     
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    Have you ever heard of people with anxiety laughing? Can you speak for the other drivers NOT recorded?