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This was an interesting report out of St. Louis. Video at link of a couple guarding their home against a BLM march.

 

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Damn, see how many times that she muzzle swept her husband, let alone the thugs? I also noticed her finger on the trigger part of the time.

Regardless, good for them for securing their property.

The saying used to be, "when seconds count, the police are minutes away."

New version in blue cities: "when seconds count, you are on your own."
 

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Wonder if that was before or after the St. Louis mayor humbly apologized to the rioters anarchists protesters?
 

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Wonder if that was before or after the St. Louis mayor humbly apologized to the rioters anarchists protesters?
Not sure, but I think it was after.

Anyway, if anyone is interested here's a couple pics of one of 2 entrances to this enclave, and the Google Earth coordinates for it. The entire neighborhood is walled off, although it's not exactly firebase level security. Although the residents, including the Mayor, certainly have the means to do so if they want. ;)

38° 38.811' N 90° 15.877' W



 

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It reminds me of NE Jacktown with all of their gated communities, including the street where mayor Baby Chok lives, where plain clothes police officers escort him to/from.
 

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More liberal education I'd say. Go BLM!!,,, slowly educating liberals. WTG..
Yep. Needs to be more of this to allow the elite/political class to meet more of the pets they created (Dems) or pandered to (increasingly more RINOs pretending to be R's). These wealthy "progressive" gated community dwellers need the first hand experience of meeting their constituents and "peaceful protestors" in a homey setting so they can experience the joys they have heaped upon the plebes that can't afford to live in gated communities. I wonder why the minimum wage "security" didn't stop them? Maybe the Thurston-Howells are learning rent-a-cops ain't gonna risk dying to protect them? Besides I'd bet some of the gate crashers are the kids of the residents.
 

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I lived in STL for 4 years. I have been through that subdivision twice. Those are not the real entrances, you have to have a key card to enter from the south side about mid-way through there (kind of a hidden entrance). The entrances shown are very narrow (and frail) like for a Model T or some other slender vehicle.
Crazy nice area for the crappy city of St. Louis.
The bangers would be slinging lead at each other in rolling gun battles...downtown...in the middle of the day...right by the PD.
 

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Gov. Reeves defends couple who pointed guns at protesters, says they were ‘within their rights’

Gov. Reeves defends couple who pointed guns at protesters, says they were ‘within their rights’

Gov. Reeves defends couple who pointed guns at protesters, says 2nd Amendment is for self-defense (Source: Tate Reeves/Facebook)

By Josh Carter | June 29, 2020 at 12:16 PM CDT - Updated June 29 at 4:56 PM
JACKSON, Miss. (WLBT) - Gov. Reeves has voiced his support in favor of the couple seen pointing guns at protesters in Missouri over the weekend.

The group of more than 500 protesters had broken into the couple’s private St. Louis neighborhood Sunday night to find the home of Mayor Lyda Krewsom.

According to the Associated Press, the couple told a local television station that they “were facing an ‘angry mob’ on their private street and feared for their lives.”

The man and woman told police they saw people who were armed, so they armed themselves and called the authorities.

On Facebook, Gov. Reeves said the media was swarming to attack the couple and that maybe the group had peaceful intent but “the country has seen a ton of violence.”

“The group entered their gate and marched up to their front door,” Gov. Reeves wrote. “I think these homeowners were totally within their rights (although they might want to work on trigger discipline).”

Gov. Reeves also said that private property still exists in this county and that the Second Amendment is not for hunting, “it’s for self defense.”

Copyright 2020 WLBT. All rights reserved.

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I guess with COVID-19 and the state flag issues in Mississippi now "addressed", our governor feels confident enough to take to the national stage! <sarc>

I do appreciate his stated support of the Second Amendment and the right to self-defense.
 

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Some of the dialogue sounds like it came from a John Wick movie.

 

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I told my wife the story of this armed St. Louis 'GQ couple' and the BLM 'protesters' over coffee this morning.

To my GREAT surprise, she asked me to go the the gun range with me "next time" and range check (one of our) MSRs!

She was former military in another country that didn't use the M16 platform.

[We may have several civilian adaptations of said MSR platform ... or not. If she only knew!}

Trust me, we don't live in a $1M house either!

So, yeah, I'm thinkin' we're back too.


Here's my John Wick/Matrix spliced movie scene, below:

 

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And two or three of the four have been corrupted, IMO.
 

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Gov. Parsons to the McClosky's: You're on your own.

Tucker Carlson tonite 6/03 has this on his monologue along with other similar items. His monologue begins at about 4 minutes in after the ads.

 
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