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Rant0matic: Kim DuToit Offers Miss Mayor a Simple Explanation

Many tears have been shed (tears of laughter, but nemmind) over this report:

Pro-Black Lives Matter mayor calls attack on her house “domestic terrorism”

Olympia Mayor Cheryl Selby has been a loud supporter of Black Lives Matter, and the related protests following the death of George Floyd at the hands of the Minneapolis police department—but she has since changed her tune after her home was vandalized by protesters.

Selby referred to the vandalism as an act of “domestic terrorism” following a siege of her house.
Selby, who was among the first Democratic leaders to take a knee for the protest movement, says she had difficulty processing the violence after rioters struck her neighborhood on Friday.

Try not to burst out laughing or choke on your morning’s Bloody Mary when you read the whole sorry tale.

I can explain it simply for Herronner.

Despite your possessing ladyparts, to the public at large (and especially to the BLM / Pantifas), you are The Man. Da Mayor(ess). The Head Cheese. The Establishment. Of course, they’re going to target you, despite all your kowtowing [sic] and prostration.

You didn’t have any kind of property protection in the form of security guards or [shudder] off-duty policemen to protect your property, despite the fact that you’re a high-profile target (see 1. above). Whether this was because you hate the police / don’t think you should need them / think your house is protected by its dome of Magic Pixie Dust is all irrelevant. Mobs prefer marshmallow houses to fortresses.

All the public prostration actually made it more likely that you were going to be a target, and the fact that you are probably anti-gun personally made you even more vulnerable. (Ask yourself this, Cheryl: Have you read any reports of similar acts of “domestic terrorism” being inflicted on, say, former TexGov Rick Perry’s house? No? Perhaps it’s because these “social justice warriors” know that Perry would use his eeeevil AR-15 assault rifle (that nobody needs) to turn their worthless bodies into colanders should they try. Maybe you should take a leaf from his book. Just sayin’.)

The expression “When it’s a matter of seconds, the police are only minutes away” is not just a clever-dick mantra of Deplorable Gun Owners; it’s a fact of life. And should you go along with the other Commiesymp (i.e. Democrat) big-city mayors and decide to “defund” your Olympia P.D., those minutes will turn to hours, and what happened to you is going to get worse. And to your neighbors, not that you would care about those peasants.

You stupid bitch. Enjoy reaping the whirlwind from the winds you so blithely sowed.

FROM THE enduring Kim DuToi  Splendid Isolation

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  • Casey Klahn June 19, 2020, 11:12 AM

    The retarded denizens of my state’s retarded capitol city will probably vote in a replacement for her, with an East African mouth-full-of-rocks name. Because of a majority of EA residents? No. Because burnitdownmuthafukka!

    If she even read Marx, or Soviet history, in between bong-shots and sorority tickle-parties, she’d know that her ilk, and all liberals, are first on the block for Bolshevik depredation. She never reads, you can see that.

    When I was a 2nd Lt. in the NG and stationed in Olympia, WA, we practiced riot control. One of my favorite baton drills was the one called: “take a knee.”

  • ghostsniper June 19, 2020, 1:05 PM

    Casey sed: “One of my favorite baton drills was the one called: “take a knee.””
    That’s a good one, the gift that keeps on giving for the rest of their life.

    Cheryl Selby STILL does not have a clue. The damage was too slight. Spray paint? pffft….it’ll clean right off. No, the “conversion inducement” Selby requires must be stern enough to realign all the maligned molecules in her head and interestingly enough it’s the molecules throughout her body, in deep, intense, agony, for a prolonged period of time, that is required for such a thing to occur. May I suggest dragging? Got a rope? I got the hitch.

  • Jack June 19, 2020, 2:02 PM

    I took a nice break today and loaded up some pistols and revolvers and went to the range. Had a great time and confirmed my technique and accuracy on small targets at 30′. I particularly love my Kimber 1911 .45s.

    I don’t have large hands but I can shoot very small peach sized (nearly walnut sized) groups with either of them and there is something so satisfying about the recoil of a .45 shooting a combat sight picture, knowing very well that I can shoot some thug right in his eye or mouth, if I choose.

    Damn, I love firearms!!

  • Snakepit Kansas June 20, 2020, 6:15 AM

    Good to know you can handle your roscoe at your local gun range. If you have a Kimber then that is the Cadillac of 1911s! Please take time also to practice drawing and shooting. If you conceal carry, practice drawing while removing any shirt or jacket cover over your pistol. I recommend standing stationary, draw and double tap a B27 target center at 10 yards. After the double tap, keep your sites on target for a two count. Thumb up the safety then holster your pistol. Repeat, repeat, repeat. Do this 25 times for a box of 50. Even better is if your range has IDPA matches where you will have scenarios to shoot multiple targets from cover, while moving, reloading and also avoiding “good guy” targets. Fight like you train. I shut up now.

  • Snakepit Kansas June 20, 2020, 6:19 AM

    The Mayor is a white super liberal woke commie. BLM isn’t going to like her. She may be last on the list, but she is still on their list.

  • Jack June 20, 2020, 7:34 AM

    Snakepit, I do shoot the Kimbers like that occasionally but like everyone else, I should shoot more often. I’ll work on it and thanks for the tip. I have a pair of .380s that I shoot that way.

    Having hunted and shot all of my life I’m not the slightest bit recoil sensitive and to a point I really love it. I have shot a .375 H&H standing and from the bench and the bench recoil felt more noticeable but that’s an African cartridge and of little practical use in the lower 48 except for large bears which, oddly, I never seem to see, here in the Deep South.

    I also own a Ruger Vaquero in .45 ACP with a birdshead grip that I love to shoot but it has more felt recoil than my lighter weight Kimbers. Overall though, I love the cartridge.

  • ghostsniper June 20, 2020, 7:37 AM

    Jack sed: “Damn, I love firearms!!”

    Oh, Jack went a shootin’ and he did ride, uh-huh uh-huh
    Jack went a shootin’ and he did ride, uh-huh uh-huh
    Jack went a shootin’ and he did ride,
    Blastin’ them cuckhedz from both sides.
    Jack went a shootin’ and he did ride, uh-huh

    all together now!

    Jack went a shootin’ and he did ride, uh-huh uh-huh
    Jack went a shootin’ and he did ride, uh-huh uh-huh
    Jack went a shootin’ and he did ride,
    Kimbers a ‘splodin’ left and right.
    Jack went a shootin’ and he did ride, uh-huh uh-huh

  • Snakepit Kansas June 20, 2020, 11:09 AM

    Jack shoots the .375 H&H. That officially makes him a RECOIL JUNKIE!!!

  • Roger in Republic June 20, 2020, 1:25 PM

    Isn’t funny that Prostrate and Prostitute come from the same root. To lay down for a man.

  • Jack June 21, 2020, 10:26 AM

    Ghost, if I had horse I probably would, or would have, but I’m kinda too old to fiddle with ’em these days. Shooting thugs from horseback wasn’t all that popular growing up though….folks kept to themselves and didn’t f/with you back then. Ery’bady got along….

    Snakepit, I’ve never really thought much about it except to think that recoil is a subjective thing. The .375 H&H really isn’t bad with felt recoil in the mid 30s in a 10 lb+/- rifle and to me it’s more of a hard push than the hard slap I have experienced with .300 level Weatherby rounds.

    When I was in my early 30s I liked to turkey hunt so a friend of mine showed up at my office one day with a Mossberg 500 pump that would accept 3″ magnums. Those guns are made for big folks with long arms and I wasn’t built that way so after shouldering it, I took it off to a gunsmith who stayed high all day on pot, had him measure me and cut the stock to reduce the length of pull. I picked it up a couple of days later and took it turkey hunting using 3″ Mag No. 4 shot.

    I saw no turkeys but a couple of crows came to my calling…not unusual, those two birds hate each other…and one perched a hundred feet or so from me. I thought, “well, what the hell, let’s see what this baby will do”.

    The stock had been shortened too much and the knuckle of my right hand was very close to my face when I mounted the gun but I wasn’t paying attention and I just shot the thing like I would have a .20 with field loads. The gun fired and I thought I had been hit in the nose by a hammer; blood went everywhere and my shoulder was knocked senseless. A few minutes later I stood up, kind of in shock from the jolt that thing had given me so a couple of days later I took the gun to a local gun shop and traded it in on something.

    Felt recoil from a standard 12 gauge with the load I was shooting is rather high, around 54 foot pounds. I told my dealer buddy that I’d never felt recoil quite that before and he said that with that load and the shortened stock I probably got whalloped by a felt recoil that was comparable to something around or slightly above what you might expect from a .416….60 foot pounds….give or take.

    These are not cartridges or shells that make you want to shoot more or shoot more often as the saying goes and in a situation where you expect it, it’s manageable. But, when you ain’t, they’ll ring your bell. Never been afraid of recoil since then…..lol.