By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

17 thoughts on “People not taking crap.”
  1. At some point in the next 2-6 years, a traffic-blocking protest will break apart to the sound of rifle fire. Whether it will be aimed at the protesters or those stuck in traffic is an open question.

  2. The problem here is that the driver could potentially be charged with a crime. His response was significantly higher than necessary for the situation.

    But, DAMN! That was good to see. A bit more of that, and maybe those jackholes on the left will realize they are not as special as they think they are.

    1. They pull these stunts because the risk is near zero. Raise the risk from zero, and they may reconsider.

  3. Glorious. ???

    Progtards need to learn not to fuck with other people’s property. Enough is enough, and the silent majority is tired of their bullshit.

  4. You’re a roughly 200 lbs. man and you started a fist-fight with a three ton SUV. You’re lucky the driver decided to exit the vehicle and fight in your weight class.

  5. Too funny. Back when the thing in Iraq started we had a bunch of old hippies come out and block a road in a small town with lotsa working people… it didnt last long… stupid people obstructing WORKING people got pushed outta the way

  6. What he needed to do was unmask the assmunch and take his picture. That needs to be spread around as far as possible. Hell, anytime they smack down one of these masked punks they need to be unmasked for all to see.

    1. I’m against laws that make it illegal, in and of itself, to wear a mask in public. Not only are there obvious free speech problems, but there’s also practical matters like Halloween and cold weather.

      On the other hand, I would like to see wearing a mask when committing another crime made into an aggravating factor when charging and/or sentencing someone for another crime. Robbery is illegal, armed robbery is illegal too and carries a harsher sentence, on the not unreasonable theory that the presence of a weapon creates a greater risk to the public. If you ask me, someone making the decision to conceal their identity from witnesses before committing a crime shows a degree of premeditation and a desire to repeat the crime in the future.

      1. Yes, that makes sense. One small complication is the 1st Amendment, given the (dubious) claims that Islam prescribes face coverings for women.

        1. Then the person would have to show that they wear such a covering all of the time, and not just while committing crimes.

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