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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Dan, Jan 19, 2020.
Hats off to this Navy Veteran!
"January 19, 2020" on YouTube
This is just the start of it. It’s gonna get much more worse in the coming months and years for gun owners.
A veteran with probably no record knocking on pillars now gets you a visit from The Man.
"Get the **** off my lawn!"
Could have done without the cussing (I can’t believe I just wrote that!) the issue is just that important.
I would love to see everyone that shows up for our side in business attire, and only post civil war American flags.
Exactly. If they deemed him such a threat that day, why didn’t the police who saw him, pull him off to the side and talk to him. Instead they sent the secret police out to his house. 99.9% of the time I’m on law enforcements side but this was a blatant scare tactic and a total gestapo move.
The guy joined YouTube in 2015 and this is his only video. So he is clearly not an attention whore like some open carry advocates.
So, I imagine he's now on a list. Step one to "red flag"?
The guys who loaded the Jews in the railcars were just following orders too
A racist, a man in blackface and a rapist go into a bar....... Naw it's just Gov Northam.
We are all on a list...
WOW! GREAT JOB! I would guess you'll probably be famous rather soon...
Yep. We are all on the list.
They drove over 100 miles instead of calling him?!?
“Callin’ it your job ol’ hoss sure don’t make it right.” John Meloncamp.
For those that say LE will refuse to enforce unconstitutional laws, history is not on your side. I know I’m
Absolutely, you get a better measure of a person when you look them in the eye. If you think someone poses a threat, the personal touch is preferable.
He had a good point about the railcars. The scary thing is that most LEO will do whatever they are told, before they lose their pension.
I can only imagine that "they"need to observe him in his own environment to form a better opinion regarding risk. They may even, depending on the circumstances ask neighbors if he has said anything deemed to be threatening or if they feel he irepresents a public threat or is dangerous.
The process itself would likely be perceived by many / most(?) as somewhat intimidating, but I didn't think the LEO's themselves were attempting to be intimidating.
I am not so sure about that. Some probably, others not so much.
The officers I personally know and shoot with every week would not. I see them quitting first and joining our side, one way or the other.
Fair enough. I really didn't think about that. Around here, a ton of investigations involve a phone call to see if the suspect will give an interview.