How do you insult 5,000 cops?

By telling them that they can’t tell the difference between an Open Carry citizen eating a burger & fries at the local McD’s and an armed robber shooting Ma & Pa Jones minding their store.

Moms Demand Chief McClelland Open Carry

And, of course the citizens will feel much better after they are told the local Houston Fuzz will shoot anybody in sight for no frigging reason.

When you see Chief McClelland, you must realize you are watching a historic moment: Lapdog Dinosaurs on their way of political extinction.

7 Replies to “How do you insult 5,000 cops?”

  1. Welcome to the world of anti-gun Law Enforcement.

    I was living in Illinois, in the Chicagoland bubble, when Illinois was forced to adopt concealed carry by the 7th Circuit. Of course the popular demand was to for that IL CCW to be shall issue, but Chicago was dead set against it. In an act of Law Enforcement terrorism (yes, that is accurate) the Chief of the Chicago PD, Garry F. McCarthy, sated that Chicago PD will shoot to kill anybody who is found to have a gun on them in Chicago, CCW permit or no. His treat was intended to either swing CCW to may issue or discourage Chicago residents (and people visiting Chicago) from getting a permit and carrying. I watched that press conference live on TV from the break room of my old job 30 min from downtown Chicago.

    Yes, the Chief of Chicago PD said that his officers will not, not cannot, will not differentiate between a criminal with a gun and a CCW permit holder and anybody found with a gun on them in the city of Chicago will be shot on sight.

    http://bearingarms.com/chicago-top-cop-warns-that-his-officers-will-shoot-concealed-carriers/

    This isn’t a matter of police being stupid. This is a law enforcement agent (and MDA) threatening to kill open carriers for political reasons. This is what tyranny looks like. The fact that it is being hidden behind the veil of ineptitude does not make it any less egregious. It, in fact, makes it more horrific.




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    1. “This isn’t a matter of police being stupid. This is a law enforcement agent (and MDA) threatening to assassinate open carriers for political reasons. This is what tyranny looks like. The fact that it is being hidden behind the veil of ineptitude does not make it any less egregious. It, in fact, makes it more horrific.”

      A political killing is, by definition, an assassination.

      And I agree, it makes it MORE horrific, not less, that such a threat (promise?) comes from someone in a position of “authority”.




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  2. It’s interesting to me that Chief McClelland seems to have made zero effort to contact chiefs in any of the many many other jurisdictions that have had open carry as part of their legal landscape for decades.




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    1. No it’s not. Remember the Sheriff from Rambo First Blood? Remember his attitude? “This is my town, I am the law.” That is the attitude of this Police Chief.

      The same for Chicago, the same for the NYPD, the same for the LAPD. Chicago fought CCW until the 7th Circuit threatened to hold Chicago in contempt of court. How many times has the NY court of appeals struck down NYPD gravity knife arrests for regular pocket knives? The 2nd Circuit just struck down NYC’s gravity knife law again. The NYPD is still arresting people under that law because the NYPD brass and the Mayor and past Mayor don’t like knives.

      These people are tyrants. They act like the kings of their own little kingdoms. Talk to the leaders in NYC, Chicago, LA, and they practically don’t think they are part of the USA. They are city states unto themselves. Houston, a spot of dark blue in a sea of red, apparently feels the same way.




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      1. You’d think that with murders of police officers going through the roof lately that they’d want to make themselves seem less of a threat to the very citizens who are most likely to be armed, not more. They’re demonstrating exactly why we need a 2A.




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  3. And if the Houston PD shoots anything like the NYPD, it’s the bystanders who face the real danger. The safest place to be is directly in front of or behind their target.




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