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Why are anti-gun activists so violent?

Anti-gun Rep Maxine Waters is calling on people to harass and intimidate those she disagrees with politically.

Between that and the harassment of two Trump officials at restaurants this week, it’s a matter of time before someone gets hurt or worse.

7 Responses to “Why are anti-gun activists so violent?”

  1. PaulB Says:

    Starting to like targeted removal more and more.

  2. Siergen Says:

    Well, if you want your political opponents to be killed by an angry mob, inciting an angry mob is a required step one…

  3. Fz Says:

    ‘matter of time before someone gets hurt’

    Representative Scalise, the Hon. Steve Scalise, please pick up the nearest white courtesy telephone . . .

  4. Paul Says:

    There are laws on harassment and stalking as well as RICO. Use them.

  5. JTC Says:

    SHS did the right thing in quietly leaving, and when asked why calmly explained but should have added “because I didn’t want my family to be poisoned.”

    OTOH, if her group was followed by a mob organized by that Hen, SYG applies; if in fear for your life or that of others, shoot to kill.

    Yeah that would make the scum media martyrs, but there probably wouldn’t be many others following their lead.

  6. JTC Says:

    Hate and harrassment groups best watch their step in VA:

    “Virginia is a “stand-your-ground” state. That means AS LONG AS YOU ARE NOT PART OF THE PROBLEM and are innocent, you can stand your ground and use force to defend yourself wherever you may be.

    Deadly force is allowed if you are under IMMEDIATE threat and you reasonably fear that you, or another innocent party, will be killed or be grievously injured.

    The death of an attacker caused by use of such deadly force is considered “justifiable homicide.” Note that you don’t actually have to be in a deadly situation, but only have a REASONABLE FEAR that you are in such a situation, to be justified in the use of deadly force.”

  7. mikee Says:

    The next daily press briefing in the White House would be much more restrained and polite should SHS ever aerate a few members of a mob. And the first question would likely be, “Sarah, are you still carrying, right now?”

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