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Antifa has scheduled a riot in a residential area.  If this really starts happening, imagine all those liberals who will be looking to their gun owning neighbors for guidance, help, or even protection.  I have a hearing disorder that prevents me from hearing liberal knocks on my door, or calls on my phone.  It will be nice to know liberals are dying for their gun control, instead of expecting the rest of us to.

I guess since democrat politicians have allowed them to go pretty much unchecked, they want to go where it is more personal.  Okay then, so be it.  Everything changes in the residential areas.

The Antifa tweet is at this link. I didn't copy it due to language.

https://www.redstate.com/brandon_morse/2020/06/01/a-warning-to-rioters-and-antifa-members-threatening-to-come-to-the-suburbs/

A Warning to Rioters and Antifa Members Threatening to Come to the Suburbs

Posted at 1:15 pm on June 1, 2020 by Brandon Morse

This isn’t an internet tough guy post. This isn’t me flexing about my love of the 2nd Amendment and practice thereof. This isn’t about how well I can shoot, or what kind of guns I own.

This is a legitimate warning about what will happen.

Riots are popping up in cities over the murder of George Floyd, completely overshadowing the legitimate protests containing peaceful people making a valid point. Some of these rioters, namely those belonging to the group “Antifa,” have mentioned that they’re going to leave the cities and move their destruction and violence into the suburbs.

I want to be very clear here. I’m not daring anyone to try to come to my home — or anyone else’s for that matter — and begin attempting to break in and steal from me or hurt me and my family. Again, this isn’t that kind of post. I’d rather you not test this. I’d rather no one get hurt. Period.

That said, I want to lay down some logic.

Rioting in the cities may result in some good times. Windows are smashed, businesses are looted. The police don’t have the power to stop all of you and so you may get away with a new pair of Nike’s or a 52″ flatscreen. Maybe you’ll get arrested, maybe not. You and a few others may get violent with someone trying to speak out against the riots and you’ll never see justice for it.

Rioting in a city is, for all intents and purposes, safe for the rioter. Even if you do have a confrontation with police, you’re more than likely going to get a few bumps and bruises. At worst, some blood might be drawn from superficial wounds. The worst that may befall you is if your fellow rioters turn on you for any reason. Then you’ll really face serious injury, though more than likely, you’re just going to riot, loot, destroy, and go home.

The rules change in the suburbs. You’re not robbing a private store and destroying public property anymore. Now you’re in home territory. The house is full of valuable possessions and luxuries, yes, but more than that, this location has family members in it. Wives, children, and even beloved pets.

You’re in a different playing field now. Here the stakes are a lot higher for the victims of rioters, and as such, the stakes will rise for you. You’re no longer just facing an arrest charge or a few bumps and bruises. You’re now playing with your life.

I want anyone in Antifa or rioting groups to know that it was estimated that there were 350 million guns in America…back in 2017. Also, that was the conservative estimate. The number is more likely double that, and with more being added to the count every day.

Events big and small cause gun sales to skyrocket. Former President Obama could just glance at a gun and it’d cause people to purchase one. Recently, gun sales shot up thanks to the pandemic due to the idea that supplies may run out and people would have to defend their homes, families, and possessions.

The question you have to ask yourself is whether or not the person on the other side of the door that you’re about to try to break down is one of those people who purchased a firearm. Every home you try to gain access to is a roll of the dice, and the odds don’t look good for you.

You may be able to get away with throwing rocks at windows, maybe even smash up a few vehicles on the street. You might bust up a few light posts and trash someone’s yard. That you’ll leave a mess and get away safely is probably true, provided you don’t run into an armed homeowner who doesn’t know the gun laws in his state well.

But rest assured, they’ll be watching your every move and the vast majority of people watching you will have a firearm in their hand, ready to use it. The moment you cross the threshold, your life is forfeit. You start trying to set someone’s home on fire, your life is forfeit. You begin attempting to bring harm to residents inside a home, your life is forfeit.

You’re far more likely to die in the suburbs than in the city in this situation. You may think moving the riots into neighborhoods is going to play out the same way. It’s not. You’re at a massive tactical disadvantage. The residents know these streets, the layout of their homes, and the defense capabilities of their residence and themselves.

You don’t. Each home will be different, each resident will have different approaches, and each home may have more than one or two gun wielders inside. The goal isn’t non-violent control of the situation now. It’s not about tear gas and high-pressure hoses now. Now it’s deadly force. You can’t just wash a bullet wound out and keep going. Even if they don’t have guns, they’re not going to stop hitting you with a heavy object or stop stabbing and slashing at you with cutlery until you’ve either been chased out or you stop moving. Understand. The chances of you dying are incredibly high.

Suburbanites have a lot more to lose and are going to be a lot more apt to go to extremes to make sure no harm befalls what they’re protecting. Too much rides on it. In the city, you were the pack of lions seeking whom you may devour. In the burbs, you’re the gazelle.

 

 

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We won't see any rioters here. Too rural. We don't plan on help out here.

The answer to some of the questions above, no one wants to stop the mayhem. Well, no one in the usual areas anyway.

Any question on the police standing down? No force at all to be seen. Supplies of bricks and rocks showing up where they weren't before, in areas without construction. This isn't about the death of some guy. I wouldn't be surprised if someone tackles the cat while in hiding. With his past, I doubt he could stay under the radar for long.

There were very few protests, only organized riots. There are reasons for that.

 

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2 minutes ago, windowasher said:

I truly believe that when the rioters take their acts to the suburbs, they will soon discover why the AR/M4 platform is the most popular rifle in the world

True. Nine pellets of 00 Buck is also a good bet.

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1 hour ago, RenoF250 said:

So has that dorsey piece of **** pulled down that tweet or was that not enough violence for him?  Why can't the FBI track the people behind these tweets and jail them for inciting a riot?

I would hope since Twitter is now a publisher of content that something will be brought against them.

Twitter probably won't be very helpful with the IP of users who posts those tweets, and to compel them to through lawsuits will take time.  I don't know the specifics, but I suspect in order to get all the "signal data" and know who is who, they may have to get the data from the NSC and go through the FISA court to get the users names unmasked.  That could take time.  Then move with charges.  And if the FISA judge is an Obama appointee, the unmasking might not be approved.

 

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There are 2 demonstrations planned this week in Soldotna. I won't be anywhere either of them. These things have great potential to escalate. Some people show up with good intentions. Others not so much. Then there are the ones that cruise by hurling insults, or even hurling a rock. A fight starts, a knife or club comes out. Then a gun. RUMBLE.

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1 hour ago, PPQer said:

I would hope since Twitter is now a publisher of content that something will be brought against them.

Twitter probably won't be very helpful with the IP of users who posts those tweets, and to compel them to through lawsuits will take time.  I don't know the specifics, but I suspect in order to get all the "signal data" and know who is who, they may have to get the data from the NSC and go through the FISA court to get the users names unmasked.  That could take time.  Then move with charges.  And if the FISA judge is an Obama appointee, the unmasking might not be approved.

 

"...The data center is able to process "all forms of communication, including the complete contents of private emails, cell phone calls, and Internet searches, as well as all types of personal data trails — parking receipts, travel itineraries, bookstore purchases, and other digital 'pocket litter'."..."

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Utah_Data_Center

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4 hours ago, PPQer said:

It would be interesting if Antifa hit the most liberal neighborhoods.

I can just imagine liberal social justice warrior sobbing and saying something like, "After they knocked me down, I told them over and over that I supported them, but they just kept kicking me."

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3 hours ago, LostinTexas said:

We won't see any rioters here. Too rural. We don't plan on help out here.

The answer to some of the questions above, no one wants to stop the mayhem. Well, no one in the usual areas anyway.

Any question on the police standing down? No force at all to be seen. Supplies of bricks and rocks showing up where they weren't before, in areas without construction. This isn't about the death of some guy. I wouldn't be surprised if someone tackles the cat while in hiding. With his past, I doubt he could stay under the radar for long.

There were very few protests, only organized riots. There are reasons for that.

 

same here  ,   everyone out here knows each person ,   and nothing is gonna happen out here ,  and i say that   as being  never say never  , but everybody out here is a 20 gun house lol.  not worried at all.   my youngest  lives in jacksonville florida  and not even worried about her they got guns and i taught my daughters  how to shoot  at the age of 10  and can prolly  out shoot this old man with bad eyes lol

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https://news.yahoo.com/unrest-emerges-neighborhoods-suburbs-beyond-224750421.html

Unrest emerges in neighborhoods, suburbs beyond city centers

CHICAGO (AP) — Vandals robbed malls and shopping centers in communities outside Chicago. They stormed stores across the San Francisco Bay in what appeared to be coordinated smash-and-grabs. Banks and a sleek, modern office building were burned to the ground in a San Diego suburb.

As officials locked down city centers due to protests and violent unrest over police brutality, trouble has emerged in some neighborhoods and suburbs, leaving communities that felt insulated from the early unrest suddenly vulnerable and fearful.

Many city and suburban officials blamed most of the mayhem on opportunists rather than those protesting the killing of George Floyd, a handcuffed black man who pleaded for air as a white Minneapolis police officer pressed a knee against his neck.

More than 100 people converged on an outdoor mall in Walnut Creek, a wealthy San Francisco suburb, carrying away garbage bags stuffed with merchandise. Video from news organizations and bystanders showed women hauling pricey purses out of stores. One woman was shot in the arm by someone in a vehicle that sped from the scene, police said.

“We all understand the rage and the feelings that many have over what’s happening in Minnesota. What we’re concerned is that these people that are here have nothing to do with that; they are just here to make mayhem,” Mayor Loella Haskew told KRON-TV.

Walnut Creek was trending on Twitter Saturday with many posters threatening to stir up trouble in the wealthy and mostly white suburb.

But the problems affected racially and economically diverse neighborhoods too.

In West Philadelphia, a predominantly black neighborhood far from the city center, police on Saturday fired tear gas, people were seen running from at least one store with goods and police cars were ablaze or otherwise damaged. In Northeast Philadelphia, people ran into stores and emerged with merchandise.

Even so, pop-up peaceful protests were scattered all over the Philadelphia suburbs — ranging from several hundred in public parks to a few people holding signs in supermarket parking lots.

Many Chicago suburbs imposed curfews and closures, including in the largely black suburb of Calumet City south of Chicago, where vandals ransacked a mall, and in the largely middle-class and white western suburb of North Riverside where one person was shot.

In Aurora, about 40 miles (65 kilometers) outside Chicago, “widespread incidents of violence, vandalism and stealing” prompted Mayor Richard Irvin to declare a state of emergency Sunday in Illinois’ second-largest city that is roughly 40% Latino.

But the unrest also moved from downtown Chicago into city neighborhoods, prompting complaints from several City Council members that Mayor Lori Lightfoot wasn’t doing enough to protect areas outside the central business district, especially neighborhoods with large black and Latino populations. The city put strict controls on downtown, including opening drawbridges, closing expressway ramps and train and bus stops, while National Guard troops patrolled parts of the Loop.

Alderman Raymond Lopez, whose South Side ward was heavily damaged, said Lightfoot’s focus on downtown essentially “left neighborhoods to basically fend for themselves.”

Lightfoot said Monday that vandalism and violence “spread like a wildfire” and more officers and other resources were deployed to neighborhoods.

“We didn’t stand by and let the South and West sides burn,” Lightfoot said. “There is no way, no way, that we would ever let any neighborhood receive more resources and protection than any others, ever.”

In the nation’s capital, protesters were allowed to roam unchecked through several blocks for at least two hours after being chased away from a park near the White House by officers with tear gas, plastic pellets and batons. Despite the pleas of some protesters, others began breaking windows and setting fires.

Metropolitan Police Department Chief Peter Newsham said Monday that police had to balance the use of force with a desire to prevent the situation from spiraling.

“One of the tactics that we are seeing is when we do take police action in the large crowds, that it agitates the crowds and it becomes very volatile and very dangerous for our officers,” he said.

In the San Diego suburb of La Mesa, banks and an office building were burned and windows smashed at businesses in the quaint, gentrifying downtown, including a jewelry shop, a Goodwill store, a Sotheby’s real estate office and a popular bar. Television video showed people running into stores and stealing items.

The town of about 60,000 was roiled last week by the arrest of a black man suspected of assaulting a police officer.

For business owners, the situation was especially disheartening because many had just reopened after being shuttered under orders to stem the coronavirus.

In Emeryville, California, across the bay from San Francisco, Keyla Calderon swept up glass at her recently reopened medical scrubs store on Sunday, a day after thieves stormed local malls.

“To hear the alarm ring and see people destroy the store before my eyes, it was heartbreaking," Calderon said.

Chicago business owner Brian Heath, who is black, said he's upset that his sneaker and streetwear consignment boutique in Chicago’s Wicker Park neighborhood was vandalized on Sunday. But he’s even more upset about Floyd's death, which triggered the unrest.

"(I) don’t think the looting is necessary, but I definitely feel like something needs to be done, you know, to kind of protect everybody,” said Heath.

 

I guess they don't have a bedtime after all.

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Late night tonight defending my little town of Snohomish from rioting and looting by antifa thugs. Once we got word they were on their way a thousand concerned citizens showed up, heavily armed. Not a single store was damaged and no one was hurt. Antifa showed up in little groups, saw everyone was armed and waiting, and they decided to move on. I love Snohomish County. And a big shout out to the Snohomish City police who were there with us, shoulder to shoulder, helping to defend our little town.
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