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Liberal Harvard professor says “stand your ground laws” are used by states to “outsource violence”

Buck

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word salad...

was anyone asked if we wanted to replace intelligence with ignorance?


and to think, these people are taught to think this way, and they grab it up with both hands and begin to run towards the money...power and control will be for someone else

these people are only needed for their degrees, meaningless degrees, but every time they speak up, their degrees are used to prove their 'experience', and at the same time, while they speak their garbage at these events, they are qualifying for some other certificate to hang on the wall, giving them more 'experience' in their field


Propaganda is built this way, backstories are built this way and



these folks are welcome to speak while our POTUS is denied the same Freedoms
 

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The prof says;
Not everyone gets to exercise their so-called Second Amendment rights equally.

It is the unconstitutional "gun control laws" in places like Chicago and Baltimore that make it so difficult and expensive for people with lesser resources to acquire a gun and defend themselves.
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The most idiotic people in Amerika, now, work in universities.

All that's required is a feeble mind able to parrot back the shibboleths; and, generally, the ability to clean up and put on a suit.

Sometimes not even that.

This is spinning OUT of CONTROL...I think we're at a breaking point, and THESE shitheads have NO IDEA how to defend themselves.
 

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The prof says;
Not everyone gets to exercise their so-called Second Amendment rights equally.

It is the unconstitutional "gun control laws" in places like Chicago and Baltimore that make it so difficult and expensive for people with lesser resources to acquire a gun and defend themselves.
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there would be a peak before it calmed down again, hmmmm....

what would the peak count be if a 'true clean-up' were to commence; let the boys play 'military with the domestic terrorists'

would it / could it reach over 200 in a weekend, or maybe that could be per night

higher???

collateral would be a sub-set...
 

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then the rats would flee.............

Game Over
 

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Tell the crooks, no more thieving, see if that helps.
 

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The prof says;

"Not everyone gets to exercise their so-called Second Amendment rights equally."

Yeah, that's the point, Second Amendment not withstanding.

"Shall not be infringed"
Maybe what he means is that because the bearing of arms is a Right, that the gov should have a welfare program designed to help those who are too poor to buy their own guns?
 

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Harvard professors say a lot of things, all of which I've learned to ignore
 

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Maybe what he means is that because the bearing of arms is a Right, that the gov should have a welfare program designed to help those who are too poor to buy their own guns?
it's like a path forward as, once they're all armed, they can police themselves
 

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it's like a path forward as, once they're all armed, they can police themselves
Coorect sir. We would not be outsourcing violence. We would be decentralizing justice. Make justice attainable for the everyday person.
 

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it's like a path forward as, once they're all armed, they can police themselves
Or use it, and other armed citizens, to self-exclude.

Give a moron, or an SJW BLM agitator (but I repeat), a weapon...and he's gonna use the weapon like he uses a laser or a box of high-powered fireworks.

When he does, either righteous citizens, or a Sheriff's deputy, will react. Either he is put full of holes himeself; or he is put on the dock, found guilty of extreme poor judgement, and dangled by the neck until assuming room temperature.

PROBLEM SOLVED. Maybe a little painful, the first few times...but what we have been doing, sure doesn't work.
 

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I say drive him out to the hood at midnight and push him out of the car and drive away...

Better lesson than any Harvard class...
 

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Any place working for a profit would FIRE their asses.
uh... as if ALL those so-called "Non-Profits" weren't in it "for the money"... They just "cook the books" to make it APPEAR that they are "non-profit", while pocketing BILLIONS, TAX-FREE...