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Probably sooner…

After a video of them defending their property was posted to Twitter, people began calling for their names, address, and businesses to posted online — which they were.

Someone identify these people. I don’t know the area. Get an address. I’ll help.

Sue them, ruin their businesses, help their employees sabotage their capital, call their kids, call their family members, call their country club— use capitalism for the weapon it’s designed to be.

— kyle rezac-dennis (@krezacdennis) June 29, 2020 — Via Gateway Pundit

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  • Gordon Scott June 29, 2020, 10:34 AM

    One wishes to believe that employers, relatives, and the like would be immune to the demands of the mob.

    One would be foolish to believe.

  • nunnya bidnez, jr June 29, 2020, 10:43 AM

    Doxxing is a two-way street…

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  • ghostsniper June 29, 2020, 10:50 AM

    A gate is only as good as the shooters that back it up.
    Doughboy would be over run almost immediately.
    Do the Remus, “Avoid Crowds.”

  • Vanderleun June 29, 2020, 11:22 AM

    Calling the doxer’s number above returns “Ther mailbox is full and cannot accept new messages.”

  • Jack June 29, 2020, 11:50 AM

    Uh…I muss ax, if dis i’private, where wadda po-licee ?

    Oh and btw, nice cribs. Far too fine for the trash walking those private streets.

  • Anonymous June 29, 2020, 12:40 PM

    In the Chronicle….

    Notice comments are no longer encouraged.

    And speaking of full mailboxes, kylie’s nuked his linkedin account, too.

  • azlibertarian June 29, 2020, 12:51 PM

    ….Doughboy would be over run almost immediately.
    Do the Remus, “Avoid Crowds.”

    There’s no arguing with the wisdom of avoiding the crowds, but when the crowds come to you (as they did here), these homeowners had a choice to make: keep as quiet as they could while behind their locked doors, or defend what is theirs.

    I’m sure that a crowd of 20-, 30-, or 50 determined souls could bum-rush that couple and overcome them. But at what cost? My guess is that even an untrained incompetent could get off half of his magazine and that half of those rounds would connect. The Mrs. would go to slide lock before she fell…one or two rounds landing effectively. So when it all settled out, the Mr. and Mrs. get pummelled (perhaps fatally), and 8-10 smelly marxists get shot.

    The BLM/Antifa (and at this point, is there really a difference between the two) maroons got what they came for: video of Bruce and Heidi waving their guns around.

  • Tom Hyland June 29, 2020, 1:44 PM

    Kyle is the definitive picture of a soy boy weakling. George Carlin despised people named Kyle. He said weak names make weak people. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oo8CrY_ZfFk

  • ghostsniper June 29, 2020, 2:20 PM

    @az, That couple lives in a community (subdivision) and I have designed many. Except in the beginning when the first homes are built, they are crowded. Living in one of those places is NOT avoiding crowds. They may get to watch that house burn.

    You asked, “At what cost?”
    Look at it tactically. The guy appeared to be a novice with his shelf bought hawgleg. And, he stepped away from his house toward the criminals. This gave the attackers the opportunity to come at him from the right rear and crack him on the back of the head with a bat, now THEY have his gun.

    From a designers perspective this is what I observed. That house appears robust, with stone cladding and presumably masonry tile roof cladding. A weak point was the windows and doors. Even 200 mph hurricane glass will cave quickly if you know how to do it. What he should have is remote controlled roll down steel hurricane shutters. The downside is you can’t see through them and the house will be dark. But, if the house was designed with a “widows watch” on top he could go up there and have a great, potentially 360 degree view of the surroundings and a positive position to lay down some serious firepower.

    I am guessing this happened in the past 48 hours and that couple have substantial financial means so I bet they have left the area and are frantically looking for some other place to live permanently. I would. But then, I’m me and nobody else is. I saw all this coming 15 years ago and got out. My disappointment is that I underestimated how far I needed to be from potential crowds. Those folks may move back in in a few days and thank their lucky stars the crowd passed them by. And go on about their business learning nothing at all from this, so deep is the brainwashing.

  • ghostsniper June 29, 2020, 2:21 PM

    positive position

  • Casey Klahn June 29, 2020, 3:20 PM

    Mr and Mrs McMansion did not look very tacticool or scary, but as a matter of fact they did everything wrong but it worked. The rioters were even more wussified than the homeowners.

    Enemies of America take note.

    Yes, Ghost, they are oughta there! If not, then they are even stupider than they looked. However, I applaud them! They did the job. My WW II heroes all looked like dogshit on fire when they were saving the world (but they held their rifles correctly).

    This shit is sort of getting fun. Seattle! JD the mayor befriended a wild and mad dog, and he’s now decided she looks like food. She sent the road crew to dismantle the autonomous zone. This is her scope of understanding. I suppose I’ll look a long time for another politician with her head farther up her ass than Jenny Durkan. She’s an insult to all Irishmen everywhere.

    Reading a few pundits now who consider Trump to be on shaky enough ground that the election is now game. Which has been the whole goal of the Left! Well, their pie-in-the-sky goal is to install Marx, but their nominal goal is to disrupt Trump’s election dominance.

    Is the shooting war soon? I am unimpressed with their foot soldiery and their local command, but in the event they are winning this phase.

    Looking for an M1A. Any leads?

  • Skorpion June 29, 2020, 3:38 PM

    Kyle Soyboy’s got *The Look*, all right:

    * Fat
    * Beard
    * Male-pattern baldness
    * “Problem glasses” (never contacts or laser-jobs with these types)
    * Smug/disdainful facial expression

    I sometimes wonder if our public universities house secret cloning-labs that are turning out thousands of these low-T wonders to infest our social and political spheres.

  • Anonymous June 29, 2020, 4:56 PM

    Scout Squad in .308?


  • ghostsniper June 29, 2020, 6:01 PM

    Pricey, about $2k.

  • Casey Klahn June 29, 2020, 7:25 PM

    Anon and Ghost, yes and yes.

    If I were young, I’d want it long, but I don’t see myself patrolling with the infantry anymore. A scout model for my old self would do.

  • azlibertarian June 30, 2020, 4:10 AM

    Yeah, ghost, we’re going to have to agree to disagree on some of this….

    Sure, Mr. and Mrs. McMansion (who I now know are named the McCloskey’s) could include the roll-down shutters or the “Widow’s Watch” that you suggest or any other defenses into their home.* They could. But should they have to? Homes are meant to be homes….places in which their owners can live. I’ve been to the Alamo, and it was very nice and I enjoyed my trip there. But quite frankly, I don’t think I’d want to live there. Personally, and YMMV, I like living around my friends and neighbors and in a community. One of the most frustrating things about this whole Chinese Flu thingi is that we’ve all had to lock ourselves into our homes.

    *I think I read somewhere…an internet comment, IIRC–so all the usual cautions about the veracity of what you read on the internet apply…that the McCloskey’s home is a “historic” home. If an HOA has about a thousand different rules on what you can and cannot do to your home, then a historic home must have a million.

    I live in a gated, HOA community. However, I’ve always seen our fences and gates as no more than a 2-second obstacle to anyone who wants to barge in. But this whole episode with the McCloskey’s has got me wondering whether Arizona’s Castle Doctrine applies to everything inside the gates or just inside my property line.

    This other thing to note here is that these protests have gone far beyond George Floyd. Does anyone at this point even remember him? I believe that they–anyone on the BLM/Antifa/Commie spectrum–are sincere when they chant “Eat the Rich”. They want to pull down capitalism and all that it has gained us. It is time for this loud, noisy, marginal group to be pushed further into obscurity.

  • azlibertarian June 30, 2020, 4:18 AM

    BTW, son-of-azlib has an M1A. I think his is a National Match model, but even Springfield’s Standard model is a nice gun. Really nice. But it is heavy, and as I think ghost is pointing out, Springfield is pretty proud of them. For the money, you could get 2 mid-level ARs, as well as a platform for which there are tons of magazines, optics, and other do-dads at reasonable prices.

  • ghostsniper June 30, 2020, 4:58 AM

    az sed: “But this whole episode with the McCloskey’s has got me wondering whether Arizona’s Castle Doctrine applies to everything inside the gates or just inside my property line.”
    My property line is my line in the sand.
    I believe the dood was wrong to step outside and brandish the firearm. As far as I can tell he was not under immediate personal threat. FWIW, I will never again live under the rules of a HOA. I alone am king of my domicile.

  • Casey Klahn June 30, 2020, 6:15 AM

    When I do need an AR, there will be plenty of them laying around on the ground to grab. Heavy is good if the action is well machined.

    I learned to hate the M-16 platform in the infantry.

    My deer rifle is among the best you can have, and I am fast with the bolt. Don’t tell anyone but in my early career hunting deer I once put 3 rounds into a running deer. The other time I put 3 rounds into a deer was at 550 yards. It isn’t cruelty; you must understand that once he’s been shot he must be finished. So, I can manage with the bolt action but semi auto has it’s place.

    The other day some young hunters jumped from their truck and blasted away at a running coyote; they sprayed maybe a dozen rounds in semi-auto mode down range and didn’t hit a thing. Good to aim because bullets do not home into their targets; quite the opposite in fact.

    Side arms, carbines, rifles and shot guns. After that are crew served weapons. Now that’s what I really need! And, I am deadly on every one of them.

  • Dan June 30, 2020, 6:32 AM

    This couple may not have displayed good tactics or trigger discipline but they faced down the mob. And for that I’m glad. Maybe others will take inspiration and do the same.

  • Auntie Analogue June 30, 2020, 11:05 AM

    The McCloskeys do not live in a “subdivision.” Their historic Budweiser family mansion is on a private street located in the middle of the City of St. Louis, which has several such private streets that are not public property, many of those private streets are lined with historic homes built during the Gilded Age.

    Missouri’s Castle Doctrine allows homeowners to protect their property, even to shoot trespassers on a homeowner’s lawn.

    By the way, Mrs. McCloskey’s pistol appears to be a stainless steel Walther PPK or PPK/s, chambered most likely in .380 Auto.

  • ghostsniper June 30, 2020, 11:26 AM

    Yeah, I looked up that crib too. Nice. Historic restoration, prolly in the $15-20mil range I’d guess.
    Now that you know what a nice home looks like go look up some nice subdivisions, you can start with the definition of “subdivision”. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EYYdQB0mkEU

  • Raincityjazz June 30, 2020, 2:27 PM

    My four granddaughters, ages 7, 10, 13, and 17, could make mincemeat of most of the Antifa goons I’ve been seeing around Seattle. It certainly wouldn’t be fair to turn my grandsons loose on the soyboys. “Thug” is too beefy a word for those losers. Maybe punks? Or punkettes. I expect them to melt into a crying puddle on the sidewalk every time their black nail polish gets chipped by a mishandled spray paint can. Great fun watching the grannies of America back down “men” who are a foot taller. Next up, Dana Loesch versus every democrat in Congress. Popcorn!

  • Vanderleun July 1, 2020, 12:24 PM

    I’m all in for Hell’s Grannies.