Blue Force Gear Quote of the Day: Predictable Results of Ending Stop and Frisk

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“I’m not quite sure why violent people would switch to knife carrying over gun carrying when their chances of being stopped and frisked or arrested are already so low.” – Heather Mac Donald in NYC Mayor says slashing spike due to gun control, as critics blame passive policing [at foxnews.com]

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  1. avatar Gov. William J. Le Petomane says:

    Yep. If you eliminate the 2nd Amendment you’re going to have to eliminate the 4th as well.

    1. avatar Mk10108 says:

      You have no 4A rights. Only procedures to get around it.

  2. avatar dh34 says:

    “I don’t know why anyone would commit a crime since it’s obviously illegal.” – more deep thoughts from the NYC mayor’s office.

  3. avatar jim young says:

    Shootings are on the rise in NYC even though the left tries to spin it. They cause the problem and then blame it on gun control laws or the lack of them in their opinion. The Nigizerang criminals do not worry about laws, action is the only thing they understand much like Islam. The left thinks they can hold hands and hug all problems out. They are naive and stupid.

    1. avatar ThomasR says:

      I’d say more delusional, in denial, immature, emotionally arrested and consumed with childish magical thinking; hence, the belief that a picture of a gun with a circle and slash over it will keep out a homicidal maniac with a gun intent on committing mass murder.

      1. avatar THC says:

        The picture of a gun only works for berreta 92s, any other gun is ok

        1. avatar FormerWaterWalker says:

          It COULD be Taurus tetra hydro cannabinal…anywho stop and assault should be illegal. Police a little less hitlery…

        2. avatar A Jaded Lizard says:

          They’re pretty diverse where I am. I’ve seen 1911s, Glocks, M29s, and the Mall has honest to God anti-M1917 stickers on their doors.

    2. avatar JAlan says:

      What in the world is a Nigizerang?

      1. avatar JasonM says:

        I did a search and the top links are Stormfront (a Neo-Nazi site), this page, and a skinhead site.
        So…it appears to be the new “n-word” for those Hitler-loving pieces of human garbage. And jim young is one of them.

        1. avatar JAlan says:

          Ah, good to know. I thought it was a foreign word at first.

        2. avatar SteveInCO says:

          Nope, but it is used BY people who aren’t of our species.

  4. avatar RockOnHellChild says:

    I don’t know why anyone would of think stop and frisk is an acceptable price to pay for safety feels…

    Oh, that’s right! Police do not perform a lot of stop and frisk in well-to-do areas. Well, unless you do not look like you belong, I imagine – carry on.

    1. avatar younggun21 says:

      This. All individual rights matter to the freedom loving people, we cannot stand on our soap boxes talking about respecting 2nd amendment rights while we violate the right of people to be secure in their persons through illegal searches and seizures based upon observations that would never hold up as probable cause.

      1. avatar Chris T from Ya 1q22 says:

        Honest poor people are quite happy to have police go after criminals. They know who they are. But the self hating white liberals and their white guilt stopped a program that was working.

        Perhaps they were afraid they would not get the drugs they buy from black dealers. Or that their rich white ass would get caught with the dope by the police.
        The Jewish mayor with mixed race children has other ways to F over black people.
        Reason Magazine has done stories on this. A link will follow up.

        1. avatar RockOnHellChild says:

          I don’t care if stop and frisk “works.”

          Slavery worked wonderfully for thousands of years, the Pryamids, agriculture, mining, etc. All that cheap, free labor was great for society and the economy, as a whole. But, that doesn’t make it right.

          If something is immoral, I don’t care how well it “works”, it’s not right. Same goes from infringing on people’s rights, I don’t care if it “works”, it’s not right.

          But hey, if we are going down this road, might as well go full rah-tard…

          Sign up for the national gun registry – you got something to hide?

          Allow random searches of your home and vehicle – you got something to hide?

          Let the government have full access to your email, bank records, phones, Internet, medical records, etc. – you got something to hide?

          1984 was a warning, not a playbook.

    2. avatar WestCoast says:

      Well, you don’t pick oranges in an apple orchard either.

  5. avatar ThomasR says:

    No worries. It’s not gun attacks. that’s all that’s important.

    1. avatar younggun21 says:

      Honestly, as absurd as it sounds that is the reality. People don’t care about violence or loss of life as long as it isn’t with a gun.

      1. avatar ThomasR says:

        I believe the liberal/progressives/statists have such a phobia about guns because it symbolizes everything they are most frightened of; and that they completely reject with horror and revulsion;; which is to be a free, mature and responsible adult.

        1. avatar kenneth says:

          “If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that ye were our countrymen.”
          ― Samuel Adams

          I can’t think of anything more to add. Profound, all on its own.

      2. avatar Joleolsen says:

        +1

        1. avatar Chris T from Ya 1q22 says:

          +3

      3. avatar LongPurple says:

        Exactly.
        When I find rabid posts lamenting “gun deaths”, I respond (with a nod to Gertrude Stein):

        “A corpse is a corpse is a corpse”.

    2. avatar younggun21 says:

      Honestly, as absurd as it sounds that is the reality. People don’t care about violence or loss of life as long as it isn’t with a gun.

      1. avatar kenneth says:

        PEOPLE care. Its the zombie sheeple that don’t.

  6. avatar Mike in NC says:

    I think the mayor is right that gun control is to blame, just not in the way he thinks. If all NYC gun control could be reversed and legal concealed carry reached levels similar to the rest of the country with shall-issue permitting, there would be a significant drop in person-on-person crime.

    1. avatar peirsonb says:

      I’m thinking if that were to happen a gun grabber’s other fantasy would come true: you’d see the streets run red. At least for a while, until the scum straightened up….

  7. avatar Viro says:

    ““I’m not quite sure why violent people would switch to knife carrying over gun carrying when their chances of being stopped and frisked or arrested are already so low,” she told FoxNews.com.”

    Maybe it’s because there is less cost involved, in time, risk, and money, in acquiring a cheap knife than a cheap gun.

    Due to strictly enforced gun control, only the apex predators are going to have guns. Because guns are “off the street” it now becomes viable to use a knife, as the lower-level predators know that odds are now against their bringing a knife to a gun fight.

  8. avatar Pascal says:

    It is not just NYC. Look at what is happening in CA since Prop 47 went into effect.
    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2016/03/15/police-blame-sentencing-overhaul-for-increase-in-california-crime.html

    “Recent press reports show that in San Francisco, robberies are up 23 percent; in Los Angeles, violent crimes are up 20 percent; and in Sacramento, homicides are up 23 percent.”

    Since August, Hartford, CT is hitting homicide records of past years.

    The Liberals have literally allowed the inmates to run the asylum.

  9. avatar Oye says:

    As an aside, maybe the should change the title of these sponsored posts to something like “Blue Force Gear presents.” The first couple times I saw these sponsored posts I thought it was their quotes.

    1. avatar Timmy! says:

      Agreed! I was confused by one pro followed by an anti quote. I was like, “Wait, do I want to buy from these guys or boycott the idiots?” Perhaps I’m the dumb one but… no, that can’t be. I’ve got a college degree!

  10. avatar Rooster says:

    The city council is now trying to decriminalize pissing and drinking in public, claiming such laws are racist. The mayor and his lackies are insisting crime is at all time lows while, pointing to manipulated compstat numbers as proof, while anyone who looks out their window can see their neighborhood going to hell in a hand basket. The police claim their hands are tied because they no long have unconstitutional stop and frisk… Hopefully Bernie Goetz is still riding the subways, we need him again.

    1. avatar Julio says:

      Wow. Just…wow. The amount of delusion and denial is amazing. Yes, imbibing alcohol and urination in public is clearly racist. So is abusing illegal drugs and narcotics for recreation. I’m sure plenty here will protest that what we do to our own bodies is not in the purview of the government…until it allows a crack or meth-head to stab others during a robbery? Or they decide to place an infant within a microwave oven? Get behind the wheel and cause multiple deaths? Where should we draw the line? Just alcohol or other substances that produce an altered state of mind?

      1. avatar kenneth says:

        You make it sound so difficult to figure out where to draw that mythical line, but in reality, and acording to US law, its very easy. NOTHING that one does is ‘illegal’ UNLESS it harms another.
        There is no such a thing as a ‘victimless’ crime. Without a definite victim, a crime is not possible. All these victimless (mostly “vice”) things called crimes, are merely violations of the State’s(or the UCC’s) “codes”, as in: {your states name here} codes annoitated!
        So what are these “codes”? Why they are a system of communication that is indecipherable without the proper KEY, just as with all codes. And here we all thought that it was an accident that the court system is so seemingly corrupt and senseless. But it does all make perfect sense, IF one is aware of the codes AND what they mean.
        But the law in the US makes the line perfectly clear. Any one individual’s freedom ends where another’s nose begins. Crime is when one individual abuses his freedoms in order to cause damage to another. So unless that guy pees ON you, it is not a crime, just a violation of a statute.
        Which, interestingly, that word “statute” never appears in any statute itself. It DOES, however, appear in Black’s Law, where it is defined as that branch of legal jurisdiction that is not common law, nor criminal…….
        Hmmm, and just what jurisdiction does that leave it to BE? By process of elimination it should be quite easy to figure out, since there are only three in existence. But I will not just give the answer, all three jurisdictions are right there in the US Constitution for all to read, if they simply choose to. They give them out free at many events, and always free online for the downloading, so there is no excuse not to read it. I highly recommend it, for all with questions in their minds.
        This is also the only example that I have ever found of a dictionary defining a word by what it is NOT, rather than what it IS. That is real strange all by itself, isn’t it?

        1. avatar kenneth says:

          Oops, misprint: The above should read: “that is not CIVIL nor criminal jurisdictions”.
          The common law is the basis for the criminal, civil is a second jurisdiction. But there is a third jurisdiction, and it is NOT “statute”. That word is said a lot, but never appears in the UCC nor any State’s ‘codes annotated’ that I have researched.

  11. avatar Demo Man says:

    “…we cannot stand on our soap boxes talking about respecting 2nd amendment rights while we violate the right of people to be secure in their persons through illegal searches and seizures…”

    Don’t waste your time with NRA members. Most of them are closet Klansmen who wish they could be cops and shoot down a few blacks. That’s why they have carry licenses. They love the idea that they have a permission slip from the cops because they think it makes them “one of the good guys.” The white trash retards who send money to NRA don’t want to carry a firearm legally, they want a piece of plastic in their wallets that makes them feel they amount to something.

    That’s why NRA lobbyist Todd Vandermyde was able to place Duty to Inform in Illinois 2013 carry bill so the cops can set up and kill armed citizens at will. The inbred losers bought into the lies that Duty to Inform “won’t be a problem.” Yes, NRA members really are that stupid. Consumption of moonshine causes lowered I.Q. due to fetal alcohol syndrome.

    All the cops from New York who can no longer get away with unconstitutional Stop and Frisk should just move to Illinois. NRA supports police criminals here.

    1. avatar SteveInCO says:

      Oh just shut the fuck up already.

      1. avatar Smith says:

        Gonna have to second that, Steve.

      2. avatar FormerWaterWalker says:

        I echo your sentiment Steve-He rags on heroes.

      3. avatar tsbhoA.P.jr says:

        please do not delete steve’s comment.

        1. avatar kenneth says:

          And please do not delete demoman’s comment either. It is crucial to keep the attitudes of these ones in sharp focus, so all can observe the bias, prejudice, racism, and hatred of these ones for themselves. It provides the best example I can think of, of the way NOT to ‘think’.

  12. avatar THC says:

    Weird. Every time I get stopped I get frisked. Im kinda starting to like it, ….uh ah give me the full body cavity baby

  13. avatar Joshua says:

    That chick looks high as fuck and her words lend credence to my theory. Remember kids, just cause its legal doesn’t mean you’re anywhere near sober.

  14. avatar Priest of the center mass says:

    God i hate people that use the term full retard.
    So fn disrespectful to people that didnt ask to be born that way.
    To compare someone with involuntary medicals issues to someone that makes dumbassed decisions in daily life is just lacking intellectual compassion.
    Be a decent human being and have more courtesy to those less fortunate than yourself.
    Your a good patriot I’m sure but work on your character a wee bit.
    It will make a better person of you.
    Off my soap box now, thanks for your consideration.
    Defend the weak, it’s the duty of good men.

    1. avatar SteveInCO says:

      This is a decent point. There are those who cannot think or reason at an adult level, due to a medical issue. That’s not their fault.

      The ones who could, but won’t…that’s their choice and is morally repugnant. It’s unjust to compare them to the first group, because it’s vastly better than they deserve (and pulls down the first group as well).

      1. avatar Priest of the center mass says:

        SteveInCo
        Thank you, coffee is on me.

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