The right to defend your life and property? Priceless.
@Jolee Bindo, except he is having criminal charges against him inside a castle state... Bullsh¡t leftist government
@Luciferthefalln1, dangerous mobs that have been prone to violence are running roughshod through the streets which lawmakers are refusing to do anything about and people are wringing their hands at idea of a guy standing in his own front yard with a gun. 🤡🌎
@Jolee Bindo, well of course he defended himself. He put all those klansmen in danger... oh, sorry. Wrong century. "Peaceful protesters". All they did was break a lock, enter private property, threated home owners, "we're going to beat you" "kill your dog" "going to live in your house" "goin' to burn your house". The D.A. send police to confiscate their guns, found them to be INOPERABLE on purpose, feild dressed them to make them operable again, then claimed they worked the whole F@CKIn' time!!! Good news is they're getting pardoned, but this is getting me || this close to liberating Missouri from tyranny.
@Luciferthefalln1, good news then, cause both the AG and governor have come out in defense of the McCloskeys, stating in favor of their castle doctrine and 2nd amendment, and the governor even said he'd pardon them if they were convicted
@Luciferthefalln1, the state AG submitted an amicus brief explaining that what they did was legal. He literally have the relevant sections in both the legal code and the Constitution of the state. That is, THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI SAID THE CHARGES WERE FRAUDULENT
@that1german, but does a pardon undo the felony status they would gain. If not, it would strip them of the "right" to own firearms. Anyone else remember stories of where rights were rights and not government granted privilege
@that1german, I hate the fact the prosecution dismantled the pistol and rebuilt it to make it a working firearm when during the incident the firing pin was in the wrong place...
@Jakobian, I couldn't even begin to answer that as I've no knowledge of legal matters in terms of pardons or other terminology, but from what I've read and heard, the prosecutor doesn't have a strong case against them. But after a quick little Google search, on the small chance they are convicted, it seems that they wouldn't be able own firearms as pardons don't eliminate the felony conviction.
I think at that point, we would have a lot more protests in response to states not recognizing their laws and just convicting people to make an example of.
@Luciferthefalln1, If that is confirmed, then the defense I think can throw the evidence out for tampering. Honestly, I just don't think that the prosecution has enough to even start a trial and they should be charged for that tampering
@that1german, it was covered by Timcast on YouTube
@Luciferthefalln1, dude, Timcast is awesome. He a new firearm owner, which it something I never thought I'd say about Tim Pool
@Luciferthefalln1, I just started following the guy a month or two ago after seeing him on Joe Rogan. I definitely appreciate how he kinda puts things into laymen terms, but I will admit he does come off as a bit paranoid in some stories.
Still, he has interesting and valid takes on everything going on right now and I can respect that
@that1german, he's gotten better then he used to. When the news was slow he'd rant for the 10min length. It's odd to think putting a guy on 1.5 for a 10min vid while keeping it 1.0 for 24min ones. But Tim pool's got great takes, only wish would be if he linked the articles he uses.
@Jolee Bindo, i am so proud of this community and its intelligent thought processes
@Jakobian, apartment actually does strip someone of the felony status that they would otherwise gain from a conviction. Commuting a sentence does not do that because it legally considers them to have served whatever sentence they were supposed to have served.
The Mark McCloskey look!
Or the GTA Vice City dude!
@seeUpee, yes! Someone else saw it! Everything in vice city was hot pink!
@Dephenistrator, right!?!?!? I was starting to think I was the only one!
It's almost like no one needs any training to walk in and buy a gun in the States.
@ Ump89, and that's what makes it such a great country
@ Ump89, it's almost like criminals don't care about the law. Or, it's almost like people have the right to be secure in their person and possessions
@Jakobian, Basically.. yeah?
You worded that as though your debunking my statement or something.
@ Ump89, not debunking, can't debunk reality. Your wording felt unbalanced, as it could be positive or negative towards the statement
@Jakobian, regardless if criminals don't care for the laws, if your following the laws or not its very easy to get a gun in the United States.
Canada has had many ban waves recently with tons of tons because "A criminal used this gun that they obtained illegally from the states so now it is banned for you legal gun owners". It's really stupid.
Canada you have to do a whole course for safety and whatnot, but it's also quite easy to do because common sense.
@ Ump89, if you think obtaining a gun is "easy" through legal means then you've never been through it. A week wait and a fed background check.
With that brief knowledge how could you combat mules? Clean citizens moving guns illegally. The check also sees buying habits, so buy to many guns to quickly and you'll get flagged.
Now, if the pipeline of mules delivering guns across the border is not your problem. Then why blame your naghbors God given right, when your problem's with gangs and cartels.