NoRA= Rights removed upon accusation.

I am just finding out about a spree shooting in Bakersfield, but Alyssa Milano wastes no time:

In Alyssa’s World, a simple accusation would be enough to have somebody’s rights denied. she sees no problem with that as nobody she knows (Hollywood critters mostly) have never n\or they would ever lie, right. It is not tempting to accuse somebody for fun and giggles just to see the power you can exert.

You formerly cut little Fascist, that is not the way it works, Alyssa. You see we have this thing called the Fourth Amendment:

Amendment IV
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

The formula seems to hold: If they don’t like the Second Amendment, they usually are not very respectful of the rest of the Bill of Rights as they get in their way.

PS: I am steeling myself to go do the plumbing job. Have mercy on me.


2 Replies to “NoRA= Rights removed upon accusation.”

  1. From the description in the tweet, why is that a “mass shooting”? Isn’t that defined as four or more shot in one place by one shooter?

    It doesn’t count to say some guy shot his wife, and three other guys shot their wives – even if it’s true and I doubt it is.

    She’s what we call an LSS. Lyin’ Sack of … well you can figure that out.

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