When Regular, Law-Abiding Citizens Tire of State-Approved Mob Rule, It Isn’t Pretty

The city, state and federal officials who have ceded parts of cities, pulled back the police, and given the mob tacit approval to commit virtually any crime (short of disturbing a mayor in her home) are going to profess outrage, revulsion, and horror when previously law-abiding, tax-paying citizens decide they’ve had enough.

Those instances will be portrayed as shocking disregard for the rule of law and a disturbing rejection of the societal norms that allow us all to coexist and live together in peace.

A hero steps out of the mists to show us all The Way.

Police won’t protect us. It’s time to admit our only defense is self-defense, and the only help we can expect is self-help. And to mutually vow to each other that we will never, ever convict someone for resorting to self-help, if we’re on someone’s jury.

Either the state will enforce the law and protect us, or we’ll protect ourselves, and protect those who protect themselves. Period.

The officials sworn to protect the civil peace have instead decided to protect the bandits and looters and arsonists. Instead of prosecuting them for their crimes, they nullify the law and let them out the next morning.

We can nullify the law too, guys. You’re not the only ones who can set aside the law and free people for what might, in other times, be considered crimes of violence.

If you won’t prosecute looters, arsonists, and insurrectionists, we will not convict those who use violence to stop looters, arsonists, and insurrectionists, or use violence (as here) just to fucking get home without being illegally held-up by bandits blocking the road like old-time highwaymen and road-thieves.

The state has decided we will be ruled by the mob.

But we never agreed to that. The Constitution says that we will rule ourselves, through our elected officials. Not to the violent insurrectionists and anarchists the police and government have turned the streets over to.

– Ace in Late Afternoon Pick-Me-Up


  1. avatar Ron says:

    Hit him again!

    1. avatar SKP5885 says:

      …with your car!

      1. avatar Rattlerjake says:

        And lets hope he drives nothing less than a 1 ton 4×4 duelly!

    2. avatar Country Boy says:


      1. avatar California Richard says:

        +1. The saddest part of this is that he wasn’t effective in attaining his goal. It was violence for the sake of violence. He hit one guy and pushed an other and the rest stayed there blocking the road like braindead zombies. He obviously needed to punch and push all of them to get them to clear out of the road. Hit them all, again AND again.

        1. avatar Jonathan-Houston says:

          You saw only 11 seconds of the incident. You don’t know what else happened thereafter or what he accomplished.

        2. avatar enuf says:

          He exhausted his anger, realized he was outnumbered and ran away.

          Meanwhile, they should stood about like stunned deer in the headlights because they are not Antifa and are not the violent ones. Was Mr. Fisticuffs a more manly fellow, he could have gotten away with a lot more violence before the silly immobile bikesters would have woken up and started swinging back.

        3. avatar Ves1 says:

          Dear ENUF,

          “He exhausted his anger, realized he was outnumbered and ran away.”

          I say BULL SHIT! That ESTROGEN BOY had sever minutes/seconds to think about what was comming. He didn’t think anyone would actually respond. NONE of his friends jumped in, so they were ALL PUSSYS!

          I live semi-rural California, and I have NOT seen anything like that, but I am not puffing up like a banty rooster, but if that did happen here, ANY of the FARMERS/RANCHERS would kick their ass where they stood, and the sheriff would laugh.

          Enough is ENOUGH!!!! We are ALL TIRED of the Bull Shit. “They” have crossed the line, we are done, let’s send them home, and get this country BACK to WORK!!!!

          Go HOME ANTIFA, estrogen-Soy Boys and He/Shes. ENOUGH!!!

          Meanwhile, they should stood about like stunned deer in the headlights because they are not Antifa and are not the violent ones. Was Mr. Fisticuffs a more manly fellow, he could have gotten away with a lot more violence before the silly immobile bikesters would have woken up and started swinging back.

        4. avatar Roger J says:

          These were dweebs on bicycles wearing bike helmets. They weren’t going to stop him.

        5. avatar LarryinTX says:

          He should buy him a baseball bat for next time.

        6. avatar Hugh Glass says:

          Antifag are spoiled brat cosplay gamer pasty soft gutless jobless bully scum and, like most bullies, they fold like a tent when confronted. There are countless videos on YT of small groups just annihilating antifags, there’s a guy named Tiny that has personally taken out scores of ’em. They run and scatter like cockroaches when an actual tough guy stands up, and anybody who thinks otherwise hasn’t actually seen much in life. There’s a reason they’re in socialist cities like Portland, Austin and Seattle. Try that shit in an actual American city and they’d get their ass kicked so quickly it would make their heads spin. They know this and stay TF out. I wish they would come around here, hell, the high school football team in my town could take out these pansies.

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    4. avatar Rick says:

      Right, left, right and when he turns away give him a couple of kidney punch’s too!

  2. avatar BoilingPoint says:

    We are not far from people shooting the lawless who insist on disrupting our lives with their choices…if/when public streets are blocked like this…there will come the boiling point.

    1. avatar Missouri_Mule says:

      “We are one mag dump away form civil war”
      Michael Bane paraphrasing Matt Bracken “Enemies Foreign and Domestic”

      1. avatar Missouri_Mule says:

        “from” what happened to edit

      2. avatar Reader says:

        I liked book 3 the best.

        Phil Carson all the way, with Vickersun

        1. avatar Ed Schrade says:

          Suggest reading Kurt Schlichter’s book ” Indian Country “. He has some other books in the series also. These books were written in 2017 and are spot on as to what is going on today. Thes states split into the red zone and blue zone. This is a very good peek as to what life would be like in the blue zone ( Marxist paradise ). They have their level playing field, starvation, drug use, lawlessness etc.

        2. avatar Phil Wilson says:

          @Ed Schrade:

          Here’s another thumbs up for the Peoples’ Republic series (I think someone here suggested it, and if that was you thanks). It’s good old fashioned spy fiction, but the author does a wonderful job of extrapolating Progressive rhetoric to it’s extreme, to the society they’d build if they had no opposition.

          And yes, it’s getting easier to see the outlines of Schlichter’s dystopia every day. The end solution in that fictional America was a split into two countries. I’ve thought for a long time that something like this is the best hope we have. But I’m surrounded by leftists most of my waking hours, in the heart of a particularly leftist city. I hope that is distorting my perspective. But right now I see a split (as bloodless as possible) as perhaps the least horrible of a spectrum of bad outcomes.


        3. avatar Phil Wilson says:


          But I also suggest reading:


          This outlines a completely different and still possible future, a far better outcome. It’s not a novel, and less entertaining in that respect, but still an excellent read.

        4. avatar Vic Nighthorse says:

          I am enjoying the Schlichter book but even with his qualifications he writes immersion yanking things like 9mm rounds knocking over people wearing hard armor and knocking the wind out of them like ‘sledgehammers’. WTF? A 9mm has the momentum/impact of a sledgehammer? Surely an infantry Col. should know better.

        5. avatar Vic Nighthorse says:

          Kinda reminds me of the book where Lee Child had Jack Reacher concealing a Desert Eagle with a 14″ barrel and fire a shotgun with at least a 90 degree spread from the barrel.

        6. avatar Rad Man says:

          We’d all like to think we have some Phil Carson type badassness left in our aging bodies. I submit to you and the readers of this blog, that we do indeed!

        7. avatar Rattlerjake says:

          “”Surely an infantry Col. should know better.”” Vic, you obviously have never spent time in the military. The majority of officers are nothing but leftist puppets that pass down orders from above. They are nothing but politicians in a uniform!

      3. avatar Green Mtn. Boy says:

        It’s coming.

        1. avatar c says:

          Obama ripped the guts out of our military and replaced all the officers with Obama loving trash.

        2. avatar LarryinTX says:

          There do seem to be a lot of those these days.

      4. avatar Huntmaster says:

        There is absolutely no reason to settle for a split our country up. That would be a surrender. If the right doesn’t go soft, it will be over in a couple of weeks. The only advantage the left has is the tendency of the right to allow their morals and compassion to get in the way of a total massacre.

        1. avatar c says:

          I say shove it up the lefts wazoo.

        2. avatar Docduracoat says:

          I respectfully disagree.
          We have the example That North thought the Civil War would be over in a few weeks.
          Our enemies in Russia, Iran and China would immediately sent food, arms, drones and ammo to the left wing coastal cities.
          Russia and Turkey have both recently sent mercenaries to Syria and Libya to prolong the wars there when it was almost over.
          Russia could grab the. Baltic’s and China attack Taiwan if we were distracted by a civil war.
          For a relatively small investment, they could keep us busy for years.

    2. avatar Reader says:

      That’s some foreshadowing there

    3. avatar Bucks says:

      I played it once and then it was blocked….this happens whenever there is a common sense video.

    4. avatar KH says:

      We have guns too bitch.

      1. avatar Someone says:

        Congratulations! Did you train with them all your life like we did?

  3. avatar Geoff "Ammo. LOTS of ammo..." PR says:

    I’ve always like the ‘Ace’ of Spades.

    If that hero citizen gets thrown in jail and needs legal representation, have him set up a GoFundMe.

    I’ll kick in some bucks.

    *Sniff* I got a tear in my eye seeing that… 🙂

    1. avatar Tim says:

      Simply vow to never convict anyone charged with fighting antifa/burn-loot-murder.
      Jury nullification cuts both ways.

      1. avatar The Crimson Pirate says:

        If anyone had not already come to the conclusion that they would do what is right if they found themselves on a jury, instead of following the letter or spirit of law in some cases, or the incorrect and dishonest instructions of a judge in most cases, the now is certainly a wonderful time to make such a determination.

        1. avatar LifeSavor says:



          In response to his question, I once told a judge I would follow my conscience if it disagreed with his instruction. I was politely excused from the jury.

        2. avatar Ing says:

          That’s a bit of a Catch-22. If they know you’re aware of the full rights and powers of the jury, they won’t let you in. You could dissemble…but since they also choose the pool from people who know nothing about the incident or those involved, you’ll never know if you’re in a situation where you could make a difference.

      2. avatar Huntmaster says:

        The whole reason for having a jury is to inject common sense into the judicial process. Otherwise we would just have bureaucrats render all the decisions based on an instruction manual.

        1. avatar John Galt says:

          Obviously a proud pupil of trump university. The job of a jury is simple, to reach findings of fact from the evidence admitted into the record, about disputes over material questions of fact, in accordance with the court’s instructions about the applicable laws.
          Note: not one of you in the states of mind you demonstrate would ever be allowed to serve on a jury, and any case decided by a jury including even one person out of most of you would be reversible on appeal.

        2. avatar De Facto says:

          Obviously a proud member of the progressively enlightened.

          “I consider trial by jury as the only anchor ever yet imagined by man, by which government can be held to the principles of its constitution.” – Thomas Jefferson.

          Marbury V. Madison has already held that any law that violates the Constitution is null and void. Granted that will not provide a clear guide in every case, but the entire point of trial by Jury was to inject the PEOPLE into the process. This was to prevent tyranny of bureaucrats and politicians – including Judges. The founders got to experience firsthand the consequences of unaccountable officials. The Judiciary in the US likes the power it has garnered over time, and Jury Nullification represents a threat to that power. “Our” Government is no longer “of the people, by the people, and for the people.” At this point Jury Nullification might be the only hope for any of us with unenlightened opinions on such archaic notions as Constitutional rights.

          Bad laws drive out respect for good. The Jury is there to prevent bad laws from being enforced.

        3. avatar LampOfDiogenes says:

          John Galt,

          Seriously?? That is your take??

          Dude, find a new handle; John Galt would be embarrassed by you.

          And, trust me on this, I am FULLY capable of answering voir dire questions so as not to exclude myself from a jury, and I am fully prepared to render a verdict based on . . . common sense.

          But, you do you.

        4. avatar Geoff "Ammo. LOTS of ammo..." PR says:

          “Note: not one of you in the states of mind you demonstrate would ever be allowed to serve on a jury, and any case decided by a jury including even one person out of most of you would be reversible on appeal.”

          Already have, ‘john’.

          And we were unanimous in giving the guilty bastard the fair trial he deserved, and I discovered later in the local newspaper he enjoyed a 6-month all-expense-paid vacation at the county bed-n-breakfast… 🙂

    2. avatar anarchyst says:

      Gofundme will not allow law-abiding citizens who defend themselves and others to set up a gofundme page.

      1. avatar Montana Actual says:

        Then we’ll find another way. Same as we always do.

      2. avatar ST says:

        Send a nice card with a $20 bill in it. Have groceries delivered. There’s more than one way to skin this particular cat.

  4. avatar No one of consequence says:

    Seems to be happening more and more, doesn’t it. Just here and there, and sporadically so far, but … I think ordinary, go-to-work pay-the-mortgage people who just want to be left alone, have about had it.

    1. avatar Geoff "Ammo. LOTS of ammo..." PR says:

      The gears are in motion, and no one is is gonna back down.

      Think I’m gonna lock in another 5K of 22lr.

      I think it’s gonna appreciate greatly in value, and sooner, not later…

      1. avatar No one of consequence says:

        Yep. So far this summer, Ms C and I have introduced three, and reintroduced two, new people to the shooting sports, rifle and pistol. We’re glad to do it, happy that they keep wanting to come with us to the range (to the point where Ms C and I have started needing to schedule “us time” so we can concentrate on our own skill building) … but also glad we’re reasonably well stocked in terms of ammo and can afford to do this.

        Our new shooting friends have not yet run into that challenge yet.

        1. avatar The Crimson Pirate says:

          We took my brother in law shooting yesterday morning, which we have done a couple of times over the decades. We took out 7 or 8 assorted handguns in 9mm and .380. Then we took him to several gun shops and sporting goods stores in search of something that he would find suitable.

          At the 3rd stop he decided on a Springfield Hellcat in FDE. Cue the haters. He is a new guy with only a .22 bolt action rifle to his name previously, which he has left in our safe collecting dust for 12 years now. The Hellcat is a functioning quality firearm with the redeeming quality of being available at the moment. While I may have the luxury of standing on principle (my Springfield’s were bought initially pre Eff up), he does not, and he lives in the belly of the beast, Philadelphia, in a neighborhood that is still seeing unrest, though the lame stream media no longer reports it.

          Shout out to 911 Rapid Response for their courtesy and customer service, and the steady and polite way they guided a new gun owner through the paperwork and process. They were professional and polite and friendly, had a good sense of humor, and made the entire experience pleasant. They had set aside a stock of ammo so they can offer a box with each new gun purchase, though the shelves were sparse for ammo only shoppers.

          This customer service was not present at all of the other places we visited. Some store employees acted like they were being upon to do their job, and went out of their way to be discourteous when we were simply browsing and did not even yet need their assistance. Thus a place that knows me, where I did the bulk of my local ammo purchasing pre corona, and from which I have bought 4 firearms over the last decade has now lost my business. Their attitude and customer service has been declining this year and this was the last straw. Now I will go farther and payer higher prices to avoid them. They are the only sporting goods chain store in Lebanon PA, and I went there for fishing and kayaking gear as well as guns, ammo, and shooting supplies. They have lost all of that business.

          We continued on and located an acceptable but not ideal IWB holster for my brother in law. He plans to order a better one, and to order a proper gun belt, as none were to be found in his size.

          Today we will be taking him back to the range to break it in. We will use our ammo and we will send him home with his 50 round box from 911 Rapid Response and enough hollow points to fill his 2 mags.

        2. avatar I Haz A Question says:

          Excellent, Crimson.

          I myself took three family members – who have never owned guns in their lives – to the range recently for the second time, and they immediately started searching for handguns to purchase through our LGSs. Pickings are slim, but they persevered and were eventually able to each get a quality gun. The (California mandated) waiting period ended yesterday and they’ll be picking up their new items this weekend. I’ll show them how to perform cleanings and full disassemblies, then it’s off to the range so they can familiarize themselves with their guns.

          One at a time is how we do this to grow the POTG.

        3. avatar The Crimson Pirate says:

          Absolutely Haz. And well done to you too.

          We just got back from the range and putting several hundred rounds through his new Hellcat, and shooting some other guns too. We will be covering cleaning and maintenance tonight. Safety has been gone over multiple times. I gave him a good introduction to trigger control, and tried to start him on the path to building good gun handling habits.

          Usually I take 2 or 3 new people or groups of new people to the range for the first time every year. With corona more have been asking me questions but fewer have been able to go to the range.

          What we have seen at gun stores lately is that there is almost always something to be had if you have nothing, but if you went with something specific in mind you may not find it.

      2. avatar Buying a Springfield = Treason says:

        A Springfield, huh? In what other ways do you support your brother’s hatred of the 2nd Amendment, the Constitution and America?

        1. avatar George WashingtonGl says:

          Stfu….. nobody cares about your butt hurt with Springfield…..I don’t own any of their stuff but they make guns….. and of I like something they make, I’ll buy it….. I’m a Colt kinda guy myself, but like I said, NOBODY CARES ABOUT WHAT THEY DID…. EXCEPT THAT THEY MANUFACTURE FIREARMS….. THAT’S ALL WE CARE ABOUT!!!!

        2. avatar Vic Nighthorse says:

          This comment is rude and unwarranted. A new buyer in a vastly restricted market should do what is best for their personal safety. Springfield is going to sell every gun they can put in a store regardless.

        3. avatar Huntmaster says:

          In the civil war that’s certainly coming, would you refuse to collect a weapon or ammo off a dead leftist if it was available and could contribute? In the end the only thing that is going to matter is the body count.

        4. avatar Lugnut says:

          I’ll second that STFU. I will further submit for discussion the high probability you are a Soros Troll, here to only incite conflict among 2A supporters.

          May the fleas from a thousand camels find refuge in your crotch.

        5. avatar Ing says:

          I was going to pile on, but I think Lugnut just nuked this thing. You win the internet today, sir.

        6. avatar Buying a Springfield= Treason says:

          Durrr, Lugnut nuked this thing. Baaaaahahaha! Fuck off, traitor!

        7. avatar LampOfDiogenes says:


          You got nuked. Just take the “L”.

          Oh, and watch something other than “The Yankee Marshall” on YouTube.


        8. avatar Ing says:

          Ha! Looks like somebody’s got a thousand camels’ worth of fleas in his mangina.

        9. avatar Complete Disapproval says:

          Buying a Springfield = Treason


  5. avatar No one of consequence says:

    Of course, the regular law-abiding citizenry really need to hold to account the politicians who let it get this far. The jerks on the street are blocking traffic; the criminals in the mayor’s and governor’s mansions are the ones letting them get away with it.

    1. avatar Geoff "Ammo. LOTS of ammo..." PR says:

      That’s Seattle. They will get away with it…

      1. avatar No one of consequence says:

        And so it will keep happening.

    2. avatar doesky2 says:

      Take a stroll on this page and see all the F’n crazy shit in Seattle.

      It’s time for a vote to split the country in two.


      1. avatar Dude says:

        It’s like Seattle is competing with Portland at this point to see who can be the craziest.

        “West Precinct, also SPD HQ, has boarded up their windows and brought in cement barriers to keep “peaceful” protesters from vandalizing and breaking-in.”

        The government is bracing for the impact of the “mostly peaceful” riots they keep promoting.

        1. avatar Dyspeptic Gunsmith says:

          And this is part of how we know the police are complicit with the Antifa goons. The police are preparing to do nothing.

        2. avatar LampOfDiogenes says:


          In their defense, the Mayor and City Council have ORDERED them to do nothing. Their only choices are: (1) Follow orders, or (2) Tell Jenny Dipshit and the Socialist Council to ESAD, and enforce the law as written – and lose their jobs, and get sued, etc.

          Yes, they SHOULD choose what’s behind Door #2, but . . . it doesn’t exactly shock me that they don’t.

      2. avatar The Crimson Pirate says:

        I was scrolling down her feed. Antifa/BLM went into her apartment complex and slashed at least one tire on her car. The company that makes those tires saw her post and offered to replace it for her. Even my wife, normally a moderating influence on my harsh reactions, said “If they follow you to your home home shoot them.”

        Further down there is video of protesters who have their small children holding “Fuck The Police” signs and chanting “Fuck the police”. They are clearly indoctrinating the young in cult. It’s just sick.

      3. avatar Manse Jolly says:

        Gas powered back pack Leaf blowers are clever.

        No, I don’t support the rioting terrorists. just think its interesting they came up with that.

        1. avatar Ing says:

          Yeah, they’re crazy, but they’re not stupid. We should probably be taking notes.

      4. avatar strych9 says:

        I can’t see how a vote to split the country works out. First there’s all those territorial integrity issues followed by a laundry list of others.

        But even if it does work out you end up with a hostile nation of rabid nutbars on your doorstep who start a war sooner rather than later.

        No, there are only two realistic options here. Either we work on reforming the system where applicable and the vast majority accept it as a valid solution while criminals and terrorists are dealt with, or, war on some level.

        That’s the corner we as a nation are in. I prefer the former but I think the latter is, sadly, becoming the more likely. The lines have been drawn, mostly by the most unreasonable people in society, and they are not up for discussion at this point. No deviation from orthodoxy is permitted by the zealots. And when words fail the knives come out.

        The rwal questions at that point are what are the sides and how dedicated are they. Much as it pains me to say this, if you want a Republic to come out of this, it’s probably time to start thinking about picking a team and the logistics of how that works.

        Or, renew your passport and be ready to take a long vacation.

  6. avatar doesky2 says:

    Ace of Spades is the GO-TO one-stop place for conservatives who love America.
    Ace’s occasional riffs are legendary.
    (This thread I’d call a mini-riff and has a fair amount of snark)
    Try it for a week and it you’ll be sure to bookmarkk it.
    There are zero other political sites I follow now because of Ace.

    The morning report wrapup is fabulous and thorough

    Take a look at yesterday.

    They also have special weekend threads
    Coffee, Libraries, pets, and GUNS

  7. avatar eagle10 says:

    Get a few paintball guns and open up on those that are blocking the streets. It will be easy to identify the thugs after they are hit. Try to find the pepperballs or the stinkballs that would really make a statement. Or, you can freeze the paintballs and give them a little extra oomph! 😉

    1. avatar doesky2 says:

      Now I like this idea!
      To save all the time of deciding which one is there a good value model?

      1. avatar Red in CO says:

        Any variants of the Tippman 98. Far from top of the line, but they’re cheap and famously indestructible

        1. avatar guy says:

          I love the 98 it’s tremendous lol

    2. avatar RGP says:

      I’d prefer a Gatling Gun but I guess if you prefer frozen paintballs those are ok too….

  8. avatar Gregory Peter DuPont says:

    What I’ve said(and been ready for)for a VERY long time.
    We’re generally a civil lot. Which is misinterpreted for weakness…. but that little fallacy is steadily coming to the end of it’s run.
    Tick tock, we’re on the clock.

  9. avatar Shire-man says:

    Visit from the po-po and fired from his job in 5, 4, 3, 2….

    They can run around naked shitting and shitting in the streets, setting buildings on fire, sucker punching senior citizens and looting shoes all they want.

    You try to block their path? Doxxed and locked, Nazi!!

    May as well embrace it at this point. 4th Reich incoming.

    1. avatar former water walker says:

      Good thing I don’t have a “job” Shire-Man! Haven’t really worked a regular job in 27year’s…some of us won’t weenie out.

  10. avatar Steve says:

    Cops are giggling Nationwide. We were here to protect the bad guys from the good guys? Yes, because we’re the only ones that paid any attention….. now the gloves are off and they’ll be begging for the police to come protect them……again

    1. avatar uncommon_sense says:


      People in my circle are NOT begging the police to come to our rescue. Rather, our desire is for police to get the Hell out of the way and let us common, ordinary folk take care of business.

      1. avatar Dyspeptic Gunsmith says:

        This is the most trenchant comment here.

        The police in many urban areas have clearly shown more allegiance and tolerance for the Antifa “defund the police”crowd engaged in wholesale destruction of property than the law-abiding citizenry who pay the wages of the police.

        If the police continue to arrest the civil, productive members of society who engage in resisting the will of the rioters, the mobs, the subversives, then I will join the “Defund the police!” crowd, except that I will mean “defund” in the literal, not deconstructed-by-post-modernists sense of the word.

        I will want police department budgets cut to nothing, $0.00, all employees laid off, etc. Their small arms, equipment, vehicles, desks, buildings, furnishings and computers should be sold at auction, for recovery of taxpayer monies used to buy these assets.

        At that point, the productive citizenry can then bring about order again. This has historical precedent in the West, where men formed “vigilance committees” to deal with problem characters. These committees did not trouble themselves with talmudic arguments in front of supposedly learned lawyers who dressed in drag and banged little wooden hammers on their desks. The committeemen often did not make a public show of their actions, either. Problems often simply… went away.

        1. avatar Geoff "Ammo. LOTS of ammo..." PR says:

          “I will want police department budgets cut to nothing, $0.00, all employees laid off, etc. Their small arms, equipment, vehicles, desks, buildings, furnishings and computers should be sold at auction, for recovery of taxpayer monies used to buy these assets.

          At that point, the productive citizenry can then bring about order again. This has historical precedent in the West, where men formed “vigilance committees” to deal with problem characters.”

          We had an example of that in the Seattle ‘chaz’, and the end result. 200 people in two weeks racked up 3 murders and several rapes.

          They want *their* ‘cops’, not no cops…

  11. avatar Don form CT says:

    When crime goes through the roof over the next year, and with dems in both houses of congress and the white house.

    Perfect storm for the worst gun control imaginable.

  12. avatar Jim from LI says:

    No, it isn’t pretty. It’s effin’ BEAUTIFUL!

  13. avatar LifeSavor says:

    Since this was Seattle, Mr. Puncher was likely not carrying. Since there were multiple Antifas, this guy had a lot of confidence and a lot of anger. Anyone surprised the other Antifas did not join in? They seem to hunt in packs.

    If I was there, I probably would have positioned myself to assist him, if needed (assuming I was not carrying, because…Seattle). Maybe not smart, but, would not have felt obligated to not let him stand alone.

    Some friends of ours who moved to Seattle about 10 years ago have signaled they are planning to leave. They cited ‘recent events’.

    1. avatar Ron says:

      The Antifa punks clearly didn’t have the heart to fight an actual grown man who was clearly willing to fight.

      Funny how psychology works like that. They easily outnumbered him but they were terrified of by his sheer aggression.

      My guess is they’re used to attacking people who don’t seem like they will really fight back.

      1. avatar Dude says:

        “Funny how psychology works like that. They easily outnumbered him but they were terrified of by his sheer aggression.”

    2. avatar Casey says:

      We left Seattle a couple years ago, citing “excretive-minded persons in charge”.

      The only thing I miss is mild, predictable weather.

      1. avatar Geoff "Ammo. LOTS of ammo..." PR says:

        “The only thing I miss is mild, predictable weather.”

        San Diego, Ca…

        1. avatar Cloudbuster says:

          The People’s Republic of California wouldn’t be an improvement.

    3. avatar Geoff "Ammo. LOTS of ammo..." PR says:

      “Since there were multiple Antifas, this guy had a lot of confidence and a lot of anger. Anyone surprised the other Antifas did not join in?”

      In retrospect, not really.

      Antifa doesn’t expect to be challenged. They were, and it probably short-circuited them.

      Expect them to learn from that.

      And they may not have been trained Antifa, just hangers-on hoping to score with the skanks…

  14. avatar Dennis says:

    The one knock I have on “our” people is, we’re way too slow to anger! Yes, this is just the beginning, they’ve been “empowered by the cowards and sycophants in our leadership, afraid there’s gonna be lots of blood on the ground and it’s gonna be thin, leftist blood!

    1. avatar Mark Kelly's Diapered Drooling Ventriloquist's Dummy says:

      It’s called “self control”, we have it, they don’t. We ARE angry BUT we CAN and DO maintain OUR composure whereas THEY are emotionally-charged reactionaries, toddlers. In the end, when we are given (or seize) the opportunity, WE will emerge victorious and those of THEM that survive will rue the day that they first donned “the black”.

      What was it Admiral Yamamoto said ……oh yeah “I fear what we have done is awakened a Sleeping Giant. The Bolshevik cabal and their elected enablers have done just that, in a perfect world trash collectors with front-end loaders would be scooping their carasses up from along the curb and turning them into environmentally-freindly fertilizer.

    2. avatar Dyspeptic Gunsmith says:

      Beware the fury of the patient man.

      1. avatar Geoff "Ammo. LOTS of ammo..." PR says:

        Especially if the only gun he owns is an inherited bolt-action scoped sniper, er, ‘hunting rifle’…

    3. avatar UpInArms says:

      ” The one knock I have on “our” people is, we’re way too slow to anger! ”

      I disagree. From the conversations I’m having, “our” people are plenty angry. They’re just not acting on it. And I don’t think the reason is self-control. It’s an awareness that the laws and powers of the state are disproportionately stacked against them taking any action. Most of them simply do not want to be having long conversations with the DA.

      There is a limit to that. At some point it gets to “fuck the law” and “fuck the DA”. When that happens all that bottled up anger comes spewing out like a volcano, and Antifa and BLM are gonna wish they never started this shit.

  15. avatar jwm says:

    Right wing, law and order backlash is coming in November.

    1. avatar RGP says:

      That’s what the legitimate vote will be. But everybody who died during the past six years will probably vote by mail for Joe because the cemetery is full of democrats…..

      1. avatar LarryinTX says:

        Pretty sure if you’re dead you’re allowed to vote in multiple states, since you don’t actually live in any of them.

    2. avatar Geoff "Ammo. LOTS of ammo..." PR says:

      “Right wing, law and order backlash is coming in November.”

      I’m planning on them to take all three with a margin for them to do to guns what they did to ‘health care’ under Obama.

      That’s how my money now is being spent…

      1. avatar GS650G says:

        National martial law will be declared, people told to stay at home, and then we’ll see how far they want to take it.

  16. avatar enuf says:

    Antifa uses violence, seeks confrontation and does not shrink from it. Those were just some people standing around in the road with bicycles. Had that been Antifa, the guy that attacked one of them would have been mobbed up on, and he would have lost badly.

    Not every protester is Antifa or a rioter. That is never the way these eruptions of civil unrest work. The violence always comes from a small, dedicated number of assholes.

    1. avatar RGP says:

      Nothing but trash. They most certainly do retreat ASAP from superior force.

    2. avatar Dude says:

      Antifa is only courageous when they know they have the force of the mob. These guys were spread out and just saw their comrade get whipped. No one would step forward without all of them stepping forward. They’re cowards.

      1. avatar enuf says:

        When it is Antifa, they are organized and equipped. They are not a bunch of suburban chubbies in fashionable clothes or whatever came off the top of the clean pile that morning just standing around looking shocked and appalled.

        Had that been Antifa, it would have been a bloody beat-down.

        1. avatar Dude says:

          Okay, so they’re antifa wannabes. They probably follow the exact same ideology, they just aren’t as willing to fight. That’s even more pathetic, similar to their sympathizers.

        2. avatar Garrison Hall says:

          This is probably the only time I’ll find myself agreeing with you, enuf. The revolutionary socialist left—Antifa/BLM are just names—have been studiously ratcheting up their street violence. They want to see what they can get away with but they also know that slowly increasing the level of violence serves to condition local governments and police to accept what they’re doing as normal. They are very deliberate and calculating about this. They know exactly what they are doing.

        3. avatar Hugh Glass says:

          Yes, it would have been a bloody beatdown..of antifags. Look at ’em, they’re lightweights doing cosplay. They are only “violent” when they have the numbers and are bullying, that’s why the stay in liberal shitholes. C’mon out to the country, Nancies! We’d LOVE to host you! They’ll never do it, and this never gets going in American cities.

    3. avatar Ing says:

      Call them antifa-inspired, then. There’s very little practical difference.

      Antifa can’t get anything done without giant crowds of “peaceful” herd animals getting in the good guys’ way. (See: https://crimethinc.com/2020/06/10/the-siege-of-the-third-precinct-in-minneapolis-an-account-and-analysis) The useful idiots who keep doing this under the false cloak of peace are just as much to blame for the end result as the feral leftists they provide cover for.

      The one real difference is that idiots like these can be educated.

      When there’s a real, painful cost for inflicting their stupidity on the rest of us, most of them will quit doing it. It won’t deter antifa true believers or necessarily stop a mob from gathering (that’s a whole other deal), but it will deny safe operating space to the people who are the core of the problem.

    4. avatar Chris Mallory says:

      Blocking a public road and impeding the right of innocents to travel upon said road is violence. No matter how much the communists try to claim it isn’t.

      1. avatar Miner49er says:

        “Blocking a public road and impeding the right of innocents to travel upon said road is violence”

        You mean like on the Edmund Pettus bridge in 1965?

        1. avatar LarryinTX says:

          What, you have some doubt whether that was violence?

  17. avatar RGP says:

    Unfortunately, he’ll probably get prosecuted for that. Apparently the enemy has been allowed to make the rules. Hell we can’t even say anything insensitive to them, it might hurt their feelings.

    1. avatar Steve says:

      I didn’t see a thing

  18. avatar Dude says:

    The funny part is that, in this and similar videos, there’s always a shocked to the core “OMG!” like it was inconceivable that someone could actually get hurt.

    1. avatar RGP says:

      Not exactly… Antifa tends to get upset if arrested or if anyone fights back instead of running. They do not care if they harm anyone else, that’s ok. And they’re stupid enough to think they want a real war.

      Antifa cannot operate without the full cooperation of the local government and local police. Everyone needs to know this.

      1. avatar enuf says:

        There was no Antifa in that video.

        1. avatar Mark Kelly's Diapered Drooling Ventriloquist's Dummy says:

          They, the speed bumps, were “Critical Mass” ie. AntiFa, just the bike brigade, typically employed as scouts, messengers, and of course thoroughfare-blockers.

          That’ll be enuf out of you, you Marxist trash, go collect your Soros shekels.

        2. avatar RGP says:

          Well golly I bet the Antifa in your communist mind could take on the Marine Corps….

        3. avatar Ing says:

          Aren’t you the one who also keeps saying there’s nothing of Karl Marx at work in any of these Marxist movements, Enuf? You need to get your head on straight.

        4. avatar Someone says:

          How do you manage to be everywhere and know everyone and everything that happened, enuf?

  19. avatar MiniMe says:

    If those leftard coast “mom’s & dad’s” parading around in yellow & orange shirts had not spoiled rotten their CCP-loving Pantyfa offspring, real men like this guy wouldn’t have to do the parenting at this stage.

    1. avatar RGP says:

      Antifa said they’re hitting the biker rally in Sturgis in a couple of weeks to dish out some lessons. It almost makes me want to buy a motorcycle…

      1. avatar LifeSavor says:

        Antifa is going to Sturgis?
        Once they get there and see the action, they will decide to turn around and go home.
        But, by then, it may be too late.

        1. avatar RGP says:

          They said they’d go to Sturgis. I wouldn’t give them an A for brains on that idea.

      2. avatar John Bryan says:

        Sadly this probably isn’t true though I really, really wish it was. Pretty sure if these black hooded ANTIFA hooligans try to keep the rallying bikers from doing what they want the number of ANTIFA goons leaving Sturgis will be much smaller than the number who arrived. And as long as they don’t find any bodies bet the local LE won’t see a thing.

      3. avatar Tired of the bs says:

        That’s funny shit right there. Are they bringing their own body bags or do we have to supply those to? I’ll bring a box of hefty bags and a scraper.

  20. avatar C.S. says:

    Meanwhile, an Antifa guy stabs a black man in downtown Portland… because black lives matter…

    1. avatar LifeSavor says:

      Yup. Hate consumes its hosts. The left will eat their own.

      1. avatar Mark Kelly's Diapered Drooling Ventriloquist's Dummy says:

        The black victim was Drew Duncomb aka “@SpaceForceUSA” a well-known and vocal supporter of President Trump, the perpetrator, Blake David Hampe, a 42 yr old convicted pedophile who plead guilty to possessing thousands upon thousands of pornographic images of children when living with his mother and uncle (in the NE either NH or Maine).

        Hampe is a “bicoastal” domestic terrorist but has made the Seattle-Portland corridor his base of operations. I think upon opening up his cellphone we will inevitably learn his penchant for children has not subsided, it’s probably filled with child porn (his kind can’t help themselves).

        Though I’m usually a fan of and use “generalizations” myself in this case it does a disservice to the victim of DemoMarxist violence.


        1. avatar Someone says:

          “The black victim was Drew Duncomb aka “@SpaceForceUSA” a well-known and vocal supporter of President Trump…”

          If that’s true it’s allright, he was not really black. Joe Biden said so.

  21. avatar cgray says:

    See that, keyboard commandos? That’s REAL action in the REAL world. Instead of this typing out “TYRANTS GET THE ROPE!!!!” bullcrap on the Internet, this guy actually…does stuff.

    1. avatar jwm says:

      So what is the stuff you’ve done, trollboy?

      1. avatar cgray says:

        Killed one of Obama’s sons with a 158 grain lead round nose to the right lung. 12 years ago, but we don’t have a whole lot of that Antifa stuff in El Paso. What…what have you done, again?


        1. avatar jwm says:

          Congratulations. You protected yourself.

        2. avatar Tired of the bs says:

          By advice of counsel I’m invoking my fifth amendment right to not answer.

    2. avatar Vic Nighthorse says:

      You are the quintessential keyboard commando cgray. You are always trying to incite people to do things you clearly would not yourself. I suspect JWM is correct and that you are a troll.

      1. avatar Ad Astra says:

        More likely he is a paid troll.

      2. avatar cgray says:

        “Clearly would not do yourself”

        Where exactly do you get that? You’ve never even met me, and yet you casually assume you’re the world’s foremost expert on my behavior. Your typed out arrogance is exactly what I’m justifiably mocking.

        You’re a pathetic, do nothing clown.

    3. avatar Dyspeptic Gunsmith says:

      How’s the weather in Saint Petersburg?

      1. avatar cgray says:

        Dunno. 85 degrees and partly cloudy here in El Paso, Texas.

  22. avatar guy says:

    Those antifa a$$holes were soft as baby $h!t can we start a GoFundMe for the guy who threw the punch?

    1. avatar enuf says:

      Soft? Well that is the clue you needed. Those were ot Antifa standing there with their bicycles. Antifa is always ready to fight, it’s their whole deal, no way those were Antifa.

      Some some people thinking they could misbehave, and a local briefly took a swing and then backed down in the face of, well, no reaction at all.

      Had those been anti-facists the guy who swung on one of them would be a bloody stain on the street.

      1. avatar Ad Astra says:

        You just love playng up how awesome the antifa crowd is. You get the gig as their cheerleader now?

      2. avatar GS650G says:

        Some people can clear out a bar by themselves. An ex con who doesn’t give a shit would eat them for lunch.

      3. avatar jwm says:

        Anti-fascist? In name only. They are nothing but brown shirts in reality.

        The fact that you cheer lead for them says a whole lot of your character. None of it good.

      4. avatar RGP says:

        Antifa couldn’t even move out of the major cities when they said they would.

        Go to hell, commie.

      5. avatar strych9 says:

        “Antifa is always ready to fight, it’s their whole deal…”

        An answer to a question no one is asking.

        The appropriate question isn’t if they’re willing to fight. It’s if they’re willing to die. Push this much farther and they will, in large numbers.

        A bullet in the chest tends to slow people down and a followup in the brain tends to take the fight right out of even the most motivated people.

      6. avatar Someone says:

        It’s okay to root for your team, but let’s not get carried away, enuf. Antifa is bunch of brain dead bitches, not spetznaz.

  23. avatar RockOnHellChild says:

    F*cking hate cyclists…

    1. avatar GS650G says:

      And we hate motorists who hate us

  24. avatar James Crawford says:

    I need to consider this argument in context of the State of Oregon that created the OMMP which is administered by corrupt bureaucrats who entered into a criminal conspiracy with the Oregon marijuana Mafia to appropriate the private property of innocent landlords for the purposes of committing Federal Felonies without the knowledge or consent of the land owner. The judiciary is so utterly corrupt that my psychopathic, marjunna bootlegging tenant was given a free pass for shooting a 12 gauge shotgun, probably loaded with slugs, at my son. We had the case heard by an imbecile judge who brings to his courtroom the same profound discernment that enabled him to remain oblivious to his wife’s infidelities until Amanda S Marshall got herself arrested for stalking her boyfriend at the US Attorney’s office. Their scum sucking whore of an attorney even misrepresented a marijuana Bootlegger as a “gun expert” to support the Elmer Fudd defense.

    The punch line is that this scum sucking whore of an attorney is married to a Columbia County Deputy District Attorney. They live in one of the crazy, upside down houses on Buckingham, just a short walk from the Federal Courthouse in Portland. Hopefully; the rioters will burn them out. Alternatively; maybe the US Attorney will prosecute my Lilly White tenants just to demonstrate that he isn’t racist.

    1. avatar LarryinTX says:

      Good to hear everything is going so well!

  25. avatar Cadeyrn says:

    America: the only nation in the world where idiots assaulting police and destroying businesses aren’t run over with tanks and summarily executed.

    Even so, the Antifa idiots are WAY past the line of “peaceful protest.” They are trying to start a fight, trying to create martyrs. The relative restraint shown by the Thin Blue Line is amazing. God bless you all, stay safe and remember who has your backs when it comes down to it.

    1. avatar SoCalJack says:

      My neck of the woods, with the protesting, no buildings on fire yet, no DGU yet. But some innocent folks driving down a street have been confronted by small mobs, here and there. Here’s few suggest items to consider having: https://www.militarytimes.com/off-duty/gearscout/2020/07/23/the-5-items-you-need-to-survive-social-unrest/

      1. avatar Geoff "Ammo. LOTS of ammo..." PR says:

        Most cool. Number one on the list is 30-foot-range Bear spray…

        *Approved* 🙂

  26. avatar A-Argh15 says:

    all I saw in that video was a Peaceful Commuter trying to have a friendly chat with violent non-Black BLM Antifa militant terrorist rioter arsonists. Carry on.

  27. avatar J. Smith says:

    A punch is the face general solves many things, and feels (as Toni the Tiger says, GREATTTT!) many people never grew up learning the punch in the face lesson and so here we are. Which is why one of the first lessons in combatives was always punch in the face day.

    To ANTIFA, their supporters, BLM marxists, hippies, prius and Subaru owners, left wing radicals, etc…If you ever truly mistake our kindness for weakness you are making a grave miscalculation and I implore you to reevaluate your course of action. At some point there is no return, there is no time out, no one of import, or authority will care and mommy isnt coming to save you. it is not too late to take Lord Jesus into your heart, admit your sins, confess you were wrong and repent. option A.

    If me and my ilk ever see when the threshold of a civil egalitarian, rule of law society has been breeched to the point where our offensive action is required and defense is a fools errand you will regret having been born. For the rest of us, its just a seemingly inevitable option that we have tried and would have liked to avoid, and are reluctantly willing to pursue if need be, but will do so resolutely. We wanted family time, days at the beach, ball games and peace with our neighbors, but there is no other group more willing to give up that future for the possibility of a better future for their families, and their children or to protect what we have earned and built if you continue to disenfranchise us of it. I would say Matt Bracken gives you an inkling of that potential option which I hope you choose to not select. Option B.

    There are million of veterans, retired LEO’s, three-letter types, as well as tens of thousands of former special operations bubbas that have will power and skill sets the likes of which you ass-clowns have yet to see and understand. Things are not well, and I dont believe they will get better.

    To be clear, there are no threats here, I am explaining this to help anyone on the lefty side of things, I want to help you as best I can to make right choices as no one worth a shit wants violence. We are being purposely put in to a situation by politicians, certain police leaders cooperating and siding with these lefty politicians, the bankers and others to Balkanize the US and by all appearances they are pushing the US into an internal conflict which will be mostly in the cities and in small clusters around the US with very different battle lines or none seemingly at all. This is true fourth generation warfare, the redistribution of wealth on a grand scale as well as monumental vertical integration and consolodation.

    1. Get out of the cities
    2. Get involved locally
    3. Enjoy your family and your life and dont get wrapped around the axle, this is not the situation everywhere.
    4. Our political society and government is broke from the top to the bottom, eat the elephant one bite at a time if you want to fix it, national elections especially the presidency will not solve our problems.
    5. Take this opportunity as a a chance to reinvent your life and build the life you want for you and your family, e.g. take advantage of home schooling now that it is mandatory and an option in most places to extract your kids from the marxist madrassas called public schools.
    6. No sports, limited tv and “hellywood” entertainment, that is a blessing not a curse, adjust accordingly, use their plans against them.
    7. Prep up, team up, keep prayed up and train up, we need you to be ready, to be together, righteous, and invigorated.
    8. Speak the truth, don’t live in fear, God doesn’t give us a spirit of fear but of sound mind and love.
    9. The rest, well Im pretty you know as recent gun statistics show, and store shelves bear out. Dont forget your body armor and your armor of God. Consider night vision or a thermal, and hope you just wasted 3 or 4 grand. Keep buying beans and stocking the large freezer, and pray for a mild winter, and a peaceful fall transition.
    10. Stay frosty.

    1. avatar enuf says:

      Too many words saying too little.

      There was no Antifa in that video, those people were not present.

      You can tell because the guy that swung at the bicycle person was able to walk away with all his teeth, no broken bones, and not crawling in his own blood. Antifa, when it is them, are equipped and ready to pile it on, no way they would have just stood there like that.

      1. avatar Ad Astra says:

        RAA RAA GO TEAM!

      2. avatar Ron says:

        You’ve really let your true colors show in this one enuf.

        You’ve spent the entire day defending what badasses you think Antifa are.

        1. avatar enuf says:

          Such silly headed nonsense. There is no “defending” going on, there is simply the factual and speaking the truth. When it is Antifa, they are ready for a fight. That’s who they are, that’s their whole point, confrontation all the way to violence. If you see some protestor and they do not react that way, then they are not Antifa. They are something else.

          It’s just the reality, not defending or opposing.

          Why do people have this need to make any and every incident the work of their greatest fear?

          Sometimes folks, a cigar is just a cigar.

      3. avatar J. Smith says:

        Enuf, I think that was covered in the “etc…” reading and understanding is fundamental.

        Maybe you’ll include yourself in the etc…and read in earnest what I wrote.

        As a four- time volunteer, theres no bravado here, just facts.


      4. avatar GS650G says:

        So next time 6 guys with baseball bats ask them to get the fuck out of the street. Or 12 dudes.

        1. avatar LarryinTX says:

          Or one dude with a extra mag.

    2. avatar Iconoclast says:

      Sci-Fi author and firearms enthusiast Larry Correia’s foreward to the novel “Dogsoldiers” by James Tarr: A friend of mine who is a political activist said something interesting the other day, and that was that for most people on the left political violence is a knob, and they can turn the heat up and down, with things like protests and riots all the way upe to destruction of property, and sometimes murder…But for the vast majority of folks on the right it’s an off and on switch. And the settings are Vote, or Shoot F’ing Everybody. And believe me, you really don’t want that switch to get flipped, because Civil War 2.0 would make Bosnia look like a trip to Disneyworld. Second foreward by Kurt Schlichter : The guys who won World War II weren’t soldiers either, until they were.

      1. avatar Iconoclast says:

        Up, not upe.

      2. avatar Geoff "Ammo. LOTS of ammo..." PR says:

        “Second foreward by Kurt Schlichter : The guys who won World War II weren’t soldiers either, until they were.”

        And most of them came from the farms in the countryside where indoor plumbing was rare…

    3. avatar John Bryan says:

      Hey, I love my Subie! Took me months to find a Forester with 6MT, sunroof and heated seats. When you turn off the VDC it does amazing opposite lock sliding turns in the snow, makes the crappy farm road in and out of our local self-serve range – $5 an hour, sign in, put your money in the box, raise the flag – a piece of cake to traverse and still gets 30+ mpg. So let’s not paint Subaru owners with too broad a brush…guess I’ll be buying that Visualize World Series bumper sticker after all.

      Otherwise, what he said…

      1. avatar Geoff "Ammo. LOTS of ammo..." PR says:

        Subies kick ass. Had a blast driving my nephew’s modified WRX (uprated turbo + intercooler, shocks) when he was down last time. Loved the feel of power-on cornering.

        Light-years more advanced than my Civic Si from 25 years back…

        1. avatar strych9 says:

          You should try driving one that’s fully upgraded.

          Personally I never “got” the muscle car thing. Driving really fast in a straight line… *yawn* any retard can push a pedal. Consistently driving well, including negotiating curves or other objects at 110-140+ mph actually takes skill and is far more tiring than most people would think.

          One of the things I loved about the early quarantine was that I could get stupid fast on some fun roads and do it safely because I was the only one there at 0500. So much fun I had to try it again and again and then again with the R1.

  28. avatar GS650G says:

    Beautiful. I watched it three times. I bet the others got off the road pretty quick.

  29. avatar LifeSavor says:

    We should compliment the Democratic party on their winning strategy. Burning down business, promoting violent crime, ham-stringing the police, avowing Marxism, forbidding citizens from protecting themselves, calling for the UN to patrol our cities, smashing our borders, demanding we provide welfare to folk who break into our country illegally, shutting down free speech, and trying to outlaw opposition, screaming hate while declaring opposing views to be hate speech, all seem strategies to win the hearts and minds of middle America.

    We must encourage them to move further into the strength of the dark side, to froth with anger and hate, to make those emotions their daily parlance.

    Let them become the party of chaos, unlawfulness, of mob rule, of burnt-out businesses, of unemployment, depression, and fear.

    Then, in Nov., when they have narrowed their franchise to those who hate this country, let’s all go to the polls.

    1. avatar Geoff "Ammo. LOTS of ammo..." PR says:

      They will be going as well. Pissed-off people show up on election day…

  30. avatar Protester puncher says:

    More of this please

  31. avatar Jim Crawford says:

    The Oregon Department of Forestry requires anyone who works in the woods to carry a shovel and a Pulaski tool where they are readily accessible.


    How long will ANTIFA stick around when someone goes Paul Bunyon on them?

  32. avatar grumpster says:

    How much would it cost to rent a septic truck with a full load and a few minutes training how to unload it with pressure hose?

    1. avatar Montana Actual says:

      Most underrated comment I have ever seen.

      This needs to be a sticky at the top of this forum.

    2. avatar RGP says:

      I know a guy and he’d do it cheap cheap cheap…..

    3. avatar Geoff "Ammo. LOTS of ammo..." PR says:

      “How much would it cost to rent a septic truck with a full load…”

      That is *not* a good idea.

      Sewage is considered a bio-hazard and can earn you an attempted homicide charge, due to the potential it may have had infectious disease organisms in it, like hepatitis…

      1. avatar Miner49er says:

        “due to the potential it may have had infectious disease organisms in it”

        You mean like someone not wearing a mask during a pandemic with 150,000 American victims?

        1. avatar Someone says:

          Yes, because getting hit by a stream if high pressure shit is exactly the same as someone not wearing mask. If you are an idiot that is.

          And 150,000 covid deaths? Don’t be silly, we all know how they count them.

      2. avatar LarryinTX says:

        It wasn’t me!!

  33. avatar hugo says:

    Every normal man must be tempted, at times, to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag, and begin slitting throats.

    H. L. Mencken

    1. avatar Montana Actual says:

      This is what happens when reasonable men must do unreasonable things.

      We are tired of the victim card. You don’t own the streets, move or be moved.

  34. avatar Anymouse says:

    If you really want to scatter them, bring a Sawzall. A couple seconds to go through a tube, and the rest will be scattering to protect their precious possessions. It’s not vandalism, it’s removing trash from a public thoroughfare.

  35. avatar Joe says:

    Hey, I would stand my ground and fire two Blast from my 12 gauge. That’s all one n
    eeds to do. My name is Joe and I approve this writing.

  36. avatar Montana Actual says:

    Good for him.

    Personally, I would not have got out of my vehicle. No human being, or line of them, is stronger than a 2500 Cummins.

  37. avatar Bob Wyman says:

    And no police department has elected members except the union leaders. Police are basically private enterprise paid for by citizens and always number one in city budgets. The sheriff is your elected law enforcement and at one time worked for the People who were the “police” of their communities and formed grand juries when the need arose. Prior to that police were British soldiers who were more thieves and looters than anything. Police are not obligated to save any citizens lives or even respond to a call they might find hazardous.

  38. avatar Scouse. says:

    Vic, Lee Child know squat about Guns, he is English! So am I but have been involved in pistols, and shooting for 66 years. I like his hero, Reacher! 6′ 4″ and 240 lbs? And they get a midget to portray him?

    1. avatar RCC says:

      Cruise bought the movie rights and picked himself to play the 6’4” hero. Typical inflated hollywood ego

  39. avatar Accur81 says:

    Things are about to get interesting. I whole heartedly agree with jury nullification for those who stand up to Antifa and BLM rioters. Not sure how much love I’d get in LA, but at least I have a union and legal representation on the dept. lined up. And I work with good conservatives.

    If you’re about to punch someone, I suggest gloving up. Chins are hard and mouths are dirty. We’ve had guys break their knuckles in drag-out fights hitting the concrete ground instead of someone’s chin. Really, a chin almost feels like hitting concrete. If you’ve never done knuckle pushups on concrete, breaking your knuckles can really happen. Heck, it can still happen.

    Glad to see those here who support legitimate self defense, which includes standing up to douchebags who block streets.

    1. avatar Miner49er says:

      “legitimate self defense, which includes standing up to douchebags who block streets”

      A very interesting position to hold on the doctrine of self-defense, fascinating.

      I wonder if that philosophy would survive in an actual trial?

    2. avatar Someone says:

      +1 on gloves. When I was very young and full of piss and vinegar, I knocked out a guy who tried to push me and in the process I cut my knuckle on his tooth. Beating I received from his four friends was nothing compared to problems with my infected hand.

  40. avatar Bill in Washington says:

    The primary duty of the police is to protect the citizens who pay their salary from the initiation of force from others.

    The police in Seattle and Portland are failing miserably in protecting the citizens from the predadations of the street mobs. In Seattle the police chief, Carmen Best, wants to do the right thing but her hands are tied by the weak sisters in the mayor’s office and the Seattle city council.

    As for the street mobs the time has long past when what they are doing could be considered peaceful protests. They do not have a right to block traffic, they do not have a right to riot and destroy property and they do not have a right to inconvenience others in any way.

    If the mobs do not disband they should be treated as outright hoodlums.

    1. avatar Chief Censor says:

      The primary duty of the police is to enforce the rules from the politicians and to collect property for the government. The supreme courts have ruled the police are not there for peace and security.

      If you want some government protector you should hire a good sheriff. Deputies are not lapdogs for the politicians. The sheriff can kick out the feds too. The sheriff office is closer to the people and the justice system.

  41. avatar Rusty - Molon Labe - Chains says:

    This needs to happen far more often! Kick some ass America.

    1. avatar Chief Censor says:

      You forget violence works both ways. Remember what happened in Dallas?

      1. avatar Montana Actual says:

        K. They bring bikes and reflective vests, plastic shields, shitty homemade weapons, and we’ll bring our choice weapons. Good luck!

        1. avatar strych9 says:

          Censor is probably referring to the shooting of five cops in Dallas in 2016.


        2. avatar Someone says:

          Shooting of five cops and blowing up of one perp with remote operated bomb.

  42. avatar Hannibal says:

    Laws are just norms that have the force of state violence behind them

    When laws stop being enforced, those norms may just get other violence put behind them.

    I’m not sure what people expect to happen if not this.

    1. avatar Chief Censor says:

      So Americans can’t be a peaceful society like say East Asian societies unless there is a murderous regime subjugating them? Americans need a Genghis Khan to rule them for them to behave like human rather than animals? What about religion? I thought America was a Christian nation and that religion makes people behave regardless of the circumstances.

      I’m not worried. I’m not scared. I got a rattle and venom.

      1. avatar Montana Actual says:


      2. avatar Ing says:

        Do you really think there’s no force at play in East Asia? Go there and violate some of their norms, then report back what happens. They’re peaceful and well-ordered because their keepers of order (and it doesn’t always have to be the government) don’t fuck around.

      3. avatar Hannibal says:

        Ever seen the riot in Korea? They make our cops look like beatniks. And their rioters, while generally not armed with guns, are no slouches.

        And China?

        1. avatar Hannibal says:

          *riot police

        2. avatar Chief Censor says:

          In Korea!? You mean Hong Kong?

          I have seen many protests in Korea when they were trying to impeach their first female leader. Eventually they got rid of her.

          If you want to complain about Asia use the countries that are heavily influenced by the West or one under religious rule.

  43. avatar Chief Censor says:

    Don’t commit violent crimes against people who are messing with property or causing inconvenience to society. That’s how you end up in prison and create more gun control.

    Don’t forget the government is not on your side and eventually there will be a person in charge that will use everything you did to gain more power for the government.

    Follow the law. Getting emotional is not an excuse to become a lawless savage. This isn’t ancient warlord controlled Japan. You have no friends in government and the majority of the populace is against you.

    Law abiding gun owners have been telling me for years it’s not okay to hurt people over property crimes and that I should just file an insurance claim after I call the police. Why is it different now that BLM finally got attention after government agents murdered an American on video? Property damage and theft is still the same crime.

    Don’t fall for the fake news and the agitators on the internet who are trying to get you to become violent against your countrymen. Russia and China have been trying very hard to create such chaos in the U.S. to destroy it from within. It’s the American version of the Arab Spring.

    1. avatar Montana Actual says:

      Shut the fuck up. Defeatist. Turn Coat. Coward.

      1. avatar Chief Censor says:

        Hours later an open carry activist in Texas was shot dead by one of your kind. The victim appears to be a young white male Republican marching to protect the rights of Americans. He was gun down by an angry man in a car.

        Great job shooting your own dead. At least it wasn’t the cops that murdered this open carry like the cops in Las Vegas did.

        What a great law abiding gun owner and patriot shooting down an open carry activist because Americans shouldn’t have the right to protest and shouldn’t have the right to carry guns. Good ol’ Texans.

        1. avatar Someone says:

          The victim was sitting in his car, defending himself from an AK47 shooter.
          You have it upside down.

    2. avatar Montana Actual says:

      And any idiot who told you that about property crimes, is in fact, an idiot. You chose where you live. Most of us would just rather bury the body then run to the hardware store the next day and fix our own house.

    3. avatar TheBSonTTAG says:

      No wrong, wrong and wrong. This is gonna end very soon for these morons and not the way you and your Antifa buddies think it will. One of the few things Trump has done right is declare these idiots domestic terrorists. Placing bouties on Antifa would be an excellent second step and secure my vote for him and I can’t stand the guy.

      Keep this stupidity up and see how fast this will escalate when you push the wrong people the wrong way. BTW you were more convincing when you were Vlad and not Chief

  44. avatar DJ says:

    You can see it’s coming. ………

    Seattle or Portland.

    “grassy knoll”

    “White Feather”

  45. avatar verator says:

    Look’s like bear’s blocking the road. Time for bear spray.

    1. avatar Montana Actual says:

      Yea. Lets spice that air up a bit.

      Although, it would just be easier to move them with your vehicle. If everyone did this, they would just stop. If they tried using cars, then you use a new weapon… am I making sense yet?

      1. avatar LarryinTX says:

        I’ll shoot the mofos before I scratch my car.

  46. avatar Mike says:

    Looks like it’s time for the people to sweep the streets clean.

  47. avatar WI Patriot says:

    So good, I had to watch it twice…;)

  48. avatar Matt from Ohio says:

    We need a couple dozen more just like him to clear the entire street.

    1. avatar Montana Actual says:

      I love how there was like 20 of them, and even 10 more came closer, but were not willing to get the shit beat out of them. lol. Cowards. If you have that much traffic being blocked, you better just keep driving. Nobody is stronger than even the smallest car going 15 mph. Hell, even just a slow crawl will move them. If they hit your car, you shoot through the windshield. Keep driving until it’s safe then call your lawyer. Or don’t… maybe another month and there won’t even be prosecution for removing these idiots from earth.

      1. avatar Hannibal says:

        I suspect we’ll see a lot more business for hardened cars in the near future

  49. avatar PJ says:

    People starting to get on the FIJA bandwagon…


  50. avatar John says:

    I don’t have handcuffs.
    I don’t have pepper spray or a taser.
    I can’t imprison you.
    I don’t have rubber bullets or bean bag shells.

    I do have various calibers of real ammunition.

    I will protect myself, family and property.

    If the police won’t do their job, no complaining when we have to do it.

  51. avatar Someone says:

    Don’t hold back, tell us how you really feel!

  52. avatar Chris T in KY says:

    I totally support beating kidnappers to death. When you detain someone. Won’t let them leave. You outnumber them and or have a weapon yourself. You are a kidnapper. They sent O.J. (8 years?) to prison in Nevada for this.

  53. avatar Jeffrey Hunt says:

    Mr. Zimmerman, I wish you supported all rights as vigorously as you support the 2A. Protests are a big part of the 1st Amendment. They’re supposed to be inconvenient. Anyone here own a house built with FHA funding? Get out your deeds and read that the house cannot be sold to a black person, the initial sale or any other. This lasted until the early 70s. This along with the reason there are so many Confederate statues which need to be torn down was that as soon a reconstruction and enforcement of black emancipation was mostly done, local municipalities got together and made a huge screw you symbol to the Union and to blacks who thought they were free. The statues were reminders they wouldn’t have it easy. Then came the laws to arrest vagrants and charge fines poor blacks couldn’t pay, so they had to go back and work on the same fields they did before emancipation, but this time they were treated worse and not fed well. Add to this lynching and all the other crap. We’re almost 170 years past the end of the Civil War and it’s still difficult for many blacks to get equal pay, opportunities and accumulate any wealth. Wonder why so many people are upset? As a nation we should be glad they’re mostly exercising their 1st Amendment rights, versus their 2nd. I’m a big 2A ,and 1A supporter. I say all lives will matter, when black lives finally matter.

    1. avatar Travis Bickle says:

      Is that frowned upon?

  54. avatar Hugh Glass says:

    (Not) Enuf, Chief Nancy and Whiner are women, who knew?

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