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The PSH is strong with this one

Woman Calls Police Over Man Wearing Pro-Gun T-Shirt At Park. Is reporting a non-crime a crime?

5 Responses to “The PSH is strong with this one”

  1. Paul Koning Says:

    Making a false report, yes, that’s a crime. The question is whether the offender could plead insanity. 🙂

  2. nk Says:

    “Is reporting a non-crime a crime?”

    Yes, yes it is. It’s disorderly conduct and abuse of the 911 system. Also being an imbecile on a day ending in y.

  3. Jailer Says:

    This tactic seems to be on the rise. The left is capitalizing on the recent shootings to normalize fear of guns. Our department recently had complaint lodged against one of our officers for stopping in a sandwich shop while on duty in uniform to pick up bite to eat. The complaint was because he had his gun on. No shit, he’s on duty…….

  4. Shootin' Buddy Says:

    False reporting about guns? I know something about that!

    This handsome attorney in Lafayette, Indiana filed a FOIA request about a phony courtroom and a judge made a false report about him:

    https://www.jconline.com/story/opinion/columnists/dave-bangert/2017/06/27/bangert-gun-check-retaliation-lawyers-questions-tippecanoe-co-courtroom/430255001/

  5. Lyle Says:

    It’s a variation on SWATing someone. The snarling leftist agitator makes the call out of a desire to harass someone, with the hidden hope that the person gets killed. Of course there are some police departments that are willing to oblige.