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Antifa Killer’s Sister Warns, He Will Be A Martyr For Far leftists As Calls For Civil War Intensify

“You’ll be in your home, you’ll go to the mall, everything normal, and then your city will be burned to the ground like Kenosha…”

Until then, for now, the way to win is not to play. For now…

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  • Phil in Englewood September 4, 2020, 1:53 PM

    “You’ll be in your home, you’ll go to the mall, everything normal, and then your city will be burned to the ground like Kenosha…”

    Or maybe every antifa shitbird will be hunted down and exterminated like rats. Seems more likely if they keep it up.

  • Cynyr September 4, 2020, 2:39 PM

    Only the police are keeping The Righteous from exterminating Antifa at the moment. And when the police are gone…

  • M> Murcek September 4, 2020, 3:25 PM

    She mouthed all the liberal pieties which sort of blunted the message that he was a loose cannon and a bad actor.

  • jwm September 4, 2020, 4:19 PM

    More martyrs for antifa.
    Tell me why that’s a bad thing.


  • checkers September 4, 2020, 4:54 PM

    Bring it.

  • Roger.45 September 4, 2020, 5:41 PM

    When Matthew Banta cried like a little pussy upon hie arrest, it shows that the majority of the peaceful protesters are just followers and that there are very few leaders. The Task Force sent a clear and unmistakable message to the Antifa leaders that they could meet the same fate that Michael Reinoehl did, and. the Task Force, are playing for keeps now.
    “Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re not in Portland anymore.”

  • John the River September 4, 2020, 6:38 PM

    I’m so damned old. I don’t want to think about this but I must.
    I haven’t had a gun license in decades and it’s a pain in the ass and very expensive to get in the People’s Republic of Massastan. But I’m signing up for the required courses and writing the large check.
    I’m 70 years old and I sound like a bag of glass getting out of bed in the morning. I know I’m not as fast or strong as I was by a big margin. But I must be responsible for protecting myself and my lady.

    So this morning I read the stories about the Portland murderer getting whacked and applauded. I made this comment a few times.
    “So the Feds ‘cross-deputized’ the local LE, now the thugs they arrest will go before a Federal Prosecutor and face Federal Charges and Federal time.
    Pretty damn smart!”

    Then I thought about it. I’m literally ‘happy’ that the Executive Branch is federalizing local police.
    Let me think, that sounds familiar. A nations chief executive creates a National Police Force (the name escapes me?) to combat a nationwide movement of street thugs called Antifa. How did that work out?
    I’m not calling Donald Trump a Hitler, and I can truly see how it became a necessary and even obligatory response thanks to the refusal of the Democrats in power in the Blue states to execute the law; Governors, Mayors, and especially The Soros DA’s.
    But as Obamas Executive Orders made it necessary for President Trump to wield the same sword; some day another president may make us wish we hadn’t crossed that particular Rubicon.

  • Annie Rose September 5, 2020, 6:39 AM

    My husband and I went to our regular gun store, which is huge. Gun stores and ranges are few and far between in the northern suburbs of Illinois, with its ultra-restrictive gun laws and tracking. We wanted to buy two of the newer concealed carry guns that can hold larger amounts of ammunition, because we have decided to get our concealed carry licenses and needed something easier to conceal. The counters and racks were fairly empty of guns and rifles. The only guns left were ones most people wouldn’t want. Even the used gun shelves were picked over. Ammunition? Forget about it. The shelves were completely empty of the type needed for handguns. The clerk told me that they have no idea when or if they will get more. It was a weekday, so the crowd was light. Who was buying guns? A lot of elderly men, some guys who by their accents clearly came from other countries where they had seen what is going to happen to us and were gearing up, and people like us. Everyone was dead serious and tense. We were able to order two SA Hellcats, but it’s a two month wait. People are gearing up big time to protect themselves and their families in my intensely blue area. If you are a first time gun owner, please be responsible and take a class on using your gun safely and responsibly. Get lots of range practice so you are comfortable using your gun accurately.

  • Snakepit Kansas September 5, 2020, 7:09 AM

    Sportsfans in Blue Country,
    Consider moving. Kansas has great weather…two weeks in the spring and two weeks in the fall it is fantastic, otherwise hot and windy or cold and windy. Sunsets are outstanding and taxes are comparatively low. Gun licenses??? Not in Kansas. One can get a concealed carry license but that is only useful if you travel outside of Kansas to a CCH friendly state. You can open carry or concealed carry in Kansas without any license or permit. Just don’t be a wife beater or felon.

    The smaller the gun, the more the perceived recoil. Most small snubby .38 revolvers are not fun to shoot. If your local range rents handguns, try several before you go buy something. Glocks are ugly as sin but reliable as they come. They are simple and great for someone that may not be shooting every week. They don’t break. Don’t get a laser, they are only a placebo. Spend the time and money to get instruction other than simple static shooting. Practice drawing your gun and shooting a human size target. Do it over and over on multiple range visits. Your gun needs to be accessible at home, while you are driving and while you are out in public.

    Those two beautiful weeks in the fall are coming soon in Kansas. Anybody wants to get a cheap hotel out here and go shooting let me know. I’ll take a day off work and we can go to the range and get you started.

  • James ONeil September 5, 2020, 11:01 AM

    I live in a quiet neighborhood. I’m sure there are 2 or 4 houses in the hundred square miles surrounding me that don’t have a gun in them.

    Oh the other hand I’m quite sure 20 or 40 houses in the same area with 4 or more guns in them.

  • ghostsniper September 5, 2020, 11:02 AM

    Snake sed: “The smaller the gun, the more the perceived recoil.”
    More dangerous than some know. I recently fired an S&W MP and it was a handful.
    Basically, a trigger with a bullet sitting on top of it.
    I had to change my Beretta full frame grip to something completely diff to even get lead on target, especially follow-up shots. The thing was all over the map and barely controllable. And it only held 8+1.
    The only good thing about it was that it was only $300 new, but then again, it was only half a gun. lol

    I’ve been looking for a Ruger 10/22 and the pickin’s are very slim.

  • MIKE GUENTHER September 5, 2020, 1:15 PM

    Got a G26 a while back. Holds 10+1, plus I bought an extended mag that holds 12. It isn’t too bad to shoot, easy to conceal and easy to clean. I got it because my S&W model 5906 is a bit too big to conceal effectively. It’s the size of a 1911, but holds 15 in the double stack magazine. It’s still my favorite pistol. Accurate as hell.

    I just wish I had taken better precautions on my last canoe trip. );

  • Dirk September 6, 2020, 8:46 AM

    At 63/almost 64, and not looking a day older then 70, my eyes are going. I can’t pick up the front sight on any of my 50 pistols. ” my savings plan” that and Dale Ernhart collector plates!.

    I’ve found a solid solution, I’ve started to put red dots on my carry guns, and am back to carrying daily again, I hate being forced into doing something such as carrying a gun again.

    For you OG’s the red dot has been a game changer for me. ” credit to Bill Buppert” whom coaxed me into this system. As an example I put a red dot, leupold pro on a Glock 34, I shot 100% on a requal, first time thru.

    I then transitioned to a Glock 48 and shot an 84%, ” non red dot” . Next round thru I shot a friends holosun Glock 19 and shot 100% again, but they were all head shots, so the range master DQed me!. He’s a good friend, and we had a good laugh.

    I’ve only got maybe 600/800 rounds thru the red dot sighted pistols now, and THINK I’ve found a solution which works for me. Not saying it’s the be all, end all,,,,, but my friends you should at least review these set ups. Not cheap, but then what is your life worth.

    I’ve got another Glock 19 and a Glock 20 slide in the mail for machine work at a place BB turned me on to. BattleWerks back east. Conn, I think.

    I’m new so not a good source, for QA stuff. Roll on over to Bills site ZeroGov, and ask him, I consider him my resident expert.

    Hoping this helps some of you folks crossing the sight-eye problem with realistic solutions.


  • Chris G. September 7, 2020, 5:53 AM

    I’ve been carrying a pistol to mass for the last 3 years, and the priest nods knowingly when he spies me in the pew. I pray in peace, don’t rile me. Like Admiral Yamamoto said about invading America, “There would be a rifle behind every blade of grass.” Don’t push us Sister of Antifa shitbird, there will be blood.