I read Miguel’s post We need to stop having rallies in Gun Free Zones.

That very well may be good, but in a lot of southern states – such as the one I live in now – guns are prohibited at protests and political rallies.  It goes back to anti-Klan laws.

We are in a global communication world? Use it. And have a big rally (or if the law says no guns in political rallies, have big picnic) where you can carry weapons both concealed and Open.

Texas is one of a few states that have open carry but bans open carry at parades and protests.

Personally, I don’t want to be anywhere near Antfia.

While law-abiding concealed carry might be a deterrent for an acid attack, I kind of doubt it in a practical sense.

Every one of these milkshaking videos that I’ve seen, the victim is blindsided in a crowd.

I have had the displeasure of going through a firearms training course for law enforcement and security where I was pepper sprayed and then had to draw my gun and engage targets.  That was hard to do and I knew it was coming.

Trying to do to that while dealing with eyes burning from pool acid isn’t something I see happening.

As for shooting someone preemptively, before the acid gets thrown.  I’m not sure I want to be the guy explaining to a jury why I shot Suzie Co-Ed (which is how the prosecutor will portray the College Socialist turned Antifa ) for her milkshake because I had read online that what was in the cup might be acid.

Here is what I expect to happen.

If Antifa is successful in melting the face off of some alt-right protester, the next time Antfia gathers for an “Action” a couple of Proud Boys (or some associated group) is going to get some AR-15s onto a nearby roof or the back of a van and open up indiscriminately into the black bloc.

I’m not justifying it.

I’m saying that extremism begets extremism and if you draw blood expect blood to be drawn against you.

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By J. Kb

4 thoughts on “Proud Boys, Antifa, and Acid Attacks”
  1. Most people seem to have forgotten about Michael Strickland. He, too, was a conservative journalist that covered antifa protests in Portland.
    He, too, was specifically identified and targeted by protest leaders in pre-protest meetings as someone who should be “made to regret” covering antifa in a negative light.
    He, too, was swarmed at a protest an “unarmed” mob.
    Strickland, however, unholstered a pistol and was able to leave unharmed. Police on the scene let him go home.
    A few days later, he was arrested for assault. He was convicted on 10 felony counts and 11 misdemeanors, despite the entire thing being on video.


  2. Larry Correia had it correct when he said:

    “A friend of mine who is a political activist said something interesting the other day, and that was for most people on the left political violence is a knob, and they can turn the heat up and down, with things like protests, and riots, all the way up to destruction of property, and sometimes murder… But for the vast majority of folks on the right, it’s an off and on switch. And the settings are Vote or Shoot Fucking Everybody. And believe me, you really don’t want that switch to get flipped, because Civil War 2.0 would make Bosnia look like a trip to Disneyworld.”


    These antifa morons, and they are morons, do not realize that just because the folks on the right have been “taking a punch or two” does not mean we will continue to do so indefinitely. Sooner or later, the fecal matter will impact the rotational air movement device. And, antifa will come out on the losing side.

  3. Sorry, you are wrong about Texas banning carry at “public events”. to wit: Sec. 229.001. FIREARMS; AIR GUNS; KNIVES; EXPLOSIVES. (a) Notwithstanding any other law, including Section 43.002 of this code and Chapter 251, Agriculture Code, a municipality may not adopt regulations relating to:

    (1) the transfer, private ownership, keeping, transportation, licensing, or registration of firearms, airguns, knives, ammunition, or firearm or air gun supplies; or

    (2) the discharge of a firearm or air gun at a sport shooting range.

    (b) Subsection (a) does not affect the authority a municipality has under another law to:
    (6) regulate the carrying of a firearm or air gun by a person other than a person licensed to carry a handgun under Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code, at a:

    (A) public park;

    (B) public meeting of a municipality, county, or other governmental body;

    (C) political rally, parade, or official political meeting; or

    (D) nonfirearms-related school, college, or professional athletic event;

    So what this poorly worded C 6 means is that if you have a license to carry, you can carry at the above named events except that professional athletic event is banned in another section of state law.

    Not that I would open carry at such an event or even be near one, but wanted to set the record straight.

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