St Louis couple charged for pointing guns at protesters

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All I asked was what makes you think they had automatic weapons, I’ll give you the benefit of the doubt and just correct you to say they were holding semi automatic weapons. Automatic weapons are very hard to get hold of, very expensive, and very uncommon
Semi, schmemi.
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Semi, schmemi.
Do you always respond so childishly when you’re shown to be wrong?
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Do you always respond so childishly when you’re shown to be wrong?
QE2 flexing (on another thread): "I'vE gOt aN aWarD fOr dEbaTinG"

also QE2: acts like a child
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Do you always respond so childishly when you’re shown to be wrong?
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"Some accounts"?
White lawyer - "I felt threatened by the black man, so I shot him".
White judge - "Seams reasonable. You're free to go".

Oh how they laughed down at the NRA Samuel Bowers memorial BBQ.
Yes, that is what i said.
Sounds a perfectly reasonable excuse.
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Did all the other residents of Portland Place feel the need to threaten protesters with automatic weapons?
No one had automatic weapons.
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While everyone has the right to security in their own home, these two lose that right on grounds of taste alone.
Remember that this is a recent build. Shame on them!
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I'm more inclined for this than some ghastly glass and steal monstrosity. Let alone concrete.
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QE2 flexing (on another thread): "I'vE gOt aN aWarD fOr dEbaTinG"

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Not a fan of irony then?
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"Some accounts"?
White lawyer - "I felt threatened by the black man, so I shot him".
White judge - "Seams reasonable. You're free to go".

Oh how they laughed down at the NRA Samuel Bowers memorial BBQ.
Oh look. You're at it again! More identity politics for us to feast our eyes over!
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Not a fan of irony then?
And what exactly is that irony lol?
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"He was beaten to death with a hammer!"
"Akshully, it was a mallet. Ur wrong, hurr durr"
And that shows why you should probably learn a bit more about guns before developing such strong opinions of American gun laws
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And that shows why you should probably learn a bit more about guns before developing such strong opinions of American gun laws
As I said before, semi, schmemi. The distinction is irrelevant in the context of threatening people with it.
"The defendant shot the victim with an automatic rifle".
"Objection! Akshully, it was a a semi-automatic".
"Is the victim still dead?"
"Yes, your honour"
"Does being semi rather than fully automatic have any bearing on the case?"
"No, your honour"
"Well stop wasting my ****ing time, you idiot. The prosecution may proceed".

When that is the strength of your argument, you know you have already lost.
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As I said before, semi, schmemi. The distinction is irrelevant in the context of threatening people with it.
"The defendant shot the victim with an automatic rifle".
"Objection! Akshully, it was a a semi-automatic".
"Is the victim still dead?"
"Yes, your honour"
"Does being semi rather than fully automatic have any bearing on the case?"
"No, your honour"
"Well stop wasting my ****ing time, you idiot. The prosecution may proceed".

When that is the strength of your argument, you know you have already lost.
So you know nothing about guns or judicial process?
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Irony is for grown ups. You'll have to wait.
HAHAHAHA! You're pathetic.
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This is what happens when you have far-left activists in power.


"To be clear, this prosecution has nothing to do with the abridgement of any consitutional right" Gardner's brief said "If any part of our constitution is implicated, it is the First Amendment --- which guarantees the right of speech and assembly that cannot be said to be freely exercise when those who disagree with us resort to brandisihng lethal weapons rather than egnagiging in civil discourge. "


Um they smashed down their gate and threatened them on their private property.

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So you know nothing about guns or judicial process?
I know plenty about both. What is particularly irking you?
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This is what happens when you have far-left activists in power.
Which are the "far-left activists in power" in the US?
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I know plenty about both. What is particularly irking you?
Your inability to differentiate between semi automatic and automatic rifles (particularly the applicable law and availability). The strange scene you’ve tried to set of a courtroom featuring the most inept judge in history.
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This is what happens when you have far-left activists in power.

Um they smashed down their gate and threatened them on their private property.
Pulling out guns because some protesters broke a communal gate. Completely justified!
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Pulling out guns because some protesters broke a communal gate. Completely justified!
That's the thing, it is under Missouri Castle Law :lol:
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Pulling out guns because some protesters broke a communal gate. Completely justified!
Not exactly unreasonable if a bunch of angry thugs invade your property..
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Not exactly unreasonable if a bunch of angry thugs invade your property..
"Laws don't care about your feelings!" :lol:
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