November 22, 2021 Newsworthy. by Chris Muir Share this Share: Tag:Culture Wars, Family, Friends, MSM Bias
Woof! Skye can follow me home anytime. And I’m not even news media. Or news media worthy.
Of course, The Wife would be upset. Soooooo…….on second thought, maybe best not have Skye follow me home. But it IS a tempting thought.
I had the same thought and immediately thought better of it as the Mrs would not take kindly to it. After 47+ years, I have learned a few survival tricks, this being one of them.
I’ll tell you who really is worried about being followed home…
This young man does NOT want to be your hero.
Is it because he supports BLM? No, I guarantee you he doesn’t really know what that actually is. It’s because he is a KID and scared SHITLESS and that causes him to run his mouth, signal his ass off, and plaster his face everywhere when he should be totally and completely blacked out for DAYS. Guess who will play up that fear and insecurity and IMMATURITY and pursue him like rabid dogs to say even more stupid stuff?
Why that would be the very mediots that Skye is looking for; should be easy, just look for the next Kyle interview and that’s where they’ll be.
Sure wish some adult in his life would have set up that isolation. And a little later a long private visit with Zimmerman.
Unfortunately there is no reset button.
Let’s hope someone takes Rittenhouse in hand and helps him grow up quickly…
Look, as soon as people figure out what to do to all doxxers, things will be a lot crazier for a short time, then a lot saner for a long time.
Let them wake up to find little signs on their lawn that say “LIAR”, FAKE NEWS”, “INCITES RIOTS”,etc.
Since the left is doing it, it has to be done to them. They must learn that their (figurative) weapons can and will be used against them. Whatever they get away with will be done again.
The two beautiful things that came out of the Kyle Rittenhouse case are:
1. Rioters can only assault others at their peril. Self defense is warranted.
2. Attacking the property of someone willing to protect their livelihood with their life may end yours.
These two things have been ignored everywhere a prosecutor refuses to prosecute rioters or police forces have been told to stand down.
“Defund the police” efforts will result in more concerned citizens protecting their families, themselves and their property with appropriate force.
This could be fun!!
“ This could be fun!!”
While I understand the sentiment, it truly would be “horrible”, for example, Kyle did nothing wrong in the face of the law yet was still put through an experience that no one would enjoy. Could he have not been there? Of course. Would the career criminals that attacked him have injured or killed someone that was not able to end the fight? Nobody knows.
It’s a dynamic world we live in. We have the freedom to do just about anything as long as we don’t cause direct harm to another, but there are those that simply won’t follow the rules and will have to be dealt with. Unfortunately we don’t know when, where, or who will be the one to deal with it.
It was some years ago, in Texas I believe, a man was calling the police because his neighbors house was being burglarized and he had been asked to watch it, the dispatcher kept telling him to stay inside and wait for the police. He said he had a shotgun and could hold them for the police and decided to do just that. The burglars decided to shoot when asked to stop, then we’re stopped very efficiently. I don’t recall the prosecutor pursuing a case beyond the 911 call and police report.
Still not “fun” but at least done correctly.
We should all note there was a man in Kenosha that tried to protect the mattress store he worked at from the “mostly peaceful” rioters. Since he was not armed, he received a beating and a broken jaw. Plus the store burned.
I have stayed in our business while looting was occurring. I even showed my shotgun to those plannng a second day of looting across the street.
During one riot I was unable to return to the building due to police b;ocking expressway exits and all roads leading to the building. Fortunately, after blacks burned down several buildings that had businesses providing many jobs to the Puerto Ricans and black residents of the geneal area was sitting in front of his residence. It was a mainly Puerto Rican and black residential area. The mob had just burned down the last large international contractor’s building one block from u. The TV station cameras were inside recording and encouraging the all the way inside (earlier looting had been si,ilarly recorded and encouraged.). The mob with the TV camera crews turned down the side road leading to the back of our business. Our Puerto Rican employee (One of many of our workforce as it was the Puerto Rican neighborhood.) who lived across from our back gate and lot was not having it, He got off his porch and stood on his lawn and warned them to stop and turn around. After that bit of cmmon sense advice was ignored and ridiculed, he emptied one magazine of his Glock into the grass in front of the advancing looting mob. They recieved and heeded that common sense advice. It was exit stage RUN AWAY by the looting mob and the Television Station camera crews and TV reporters. It did not make the news anwhere. I still laugh now thinking about it.
That was gentler than the Florida Governor in the early 1900’s that issues shoot to kill orders concerning looters after looting began after a particularly bad hurricane hit on the northern Florida coast. Looting stopped. Maybe few, if any. were killed after the order was made known. People are actually smart when it concerns their ownn lives.
We have the power that we give to government to engage in police actions. We neve give up our rights to self defence. We hope that the police and government will do it. But the government will abandon its duty, as we have seen.
Well, 1. and 2. are already settled rights at least in some places, but yes reinforcement couldn’t hurt.
Still, as to 2. it is about as bad of an idea as it could be to conscript a minor to do deadly mercenary work on someone else’s property, and it is absolutely wrong bordering on criminal -and bet there would be criminal charges if the mercenary minor ended up being the dead guy.
Stupid and risky on many levels to reinforce our rights in this way. Pure luck of an outcome, and for Kyle at least, it ain’t over.
The guy in Texas: It cost him at least $100,000 in legal fees. There had been a number of burglaries in the neighborhood, a nice middle to upper-middle class place, and the burglars were illegal migrants, having been deported for serious crimes in the U.S. The story or stories, would have had a different ending had the elderly couple been home when the place was being burglarized, and the bad guys would have kept on going until someone nice got hurt. There was a plain clothes detective in his car in the street, waiting on backup, when the perps bolted out the neighbor’s door, and the good Sam ordered them to stop, while aiming his shotgun, and one of the bad guys turned, and in the good Sam’s opinion, his own life was in danger, so he fired and stopped these n’er do wells. In later interviews, he said he felt bad about taking two lives, but it was him or them, so it was them. Killing another person does not involve braggadocio but is sometimes necessary. Four bad people are gone. And that is good and necessary.
Kyle Rittenhouse stating that he “supports the Black Lives Matter movement” is the ultimate troll to the Antifa/BLM criminals.
They must be pulling out their hair and frothing from their pie-holes after hearing this …
Inadvertent trolling on his part, bet that.
And projecting that, using a kid as a tool, is almost as bad as paying one to play mall cop in the middle of a violent swarm.
Imagine Carl showing up in a media critters bedroom advising them of the results of their bad deeds.
More mayhem at another mob gathering in Wisconsin…gotta wonder about those progressives.
Here is some equity.
It’s about time.
Keep clawing the truth out there. We are correct. 😀
Is this equal treatment, finally? It’s good whatever it is.