Tuesday, July 21, 2020

MISSOURI REPUBLICANS RALLY TO DEFENSE OF STL GUN COUPLE!!!



Not sure if strident 2nd Amendment defense of a mansion from a mob of protesters will resonate with the mostly broke-ass voters of Missouri . . . But conservative Show-Me State politicos are picking the controversial pair as campaign poster children.

The Missouri AG vows to stand up for the McCloskey clan . . .




Moreover, Sen Hawley calls for investigation of St Louis circuit attorney who is charging the couple . . .



Developing . . .

73 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm a gun guy. Many of my friends are gun people. We all understand how the gun laws work in Missouri and in most states and we don't see the strong defense for what appears to be brandishing.

This appears to be Republican politicos lagging themselves to the mast of an out of control ship.

Anonymous said...

Seems like a lot of effort is going into proving they are innocent. If you don’t like the law, change it. The law says you can’t exhibit a weapon in a threatening and angry manner. Deal with it trumpturds

Anonymous said...

^^^^^@ 8:23 WRONG the trespassing law in Missouri says if an intruder won't leave your property and you are threatened "which they were" you have the right to pull a gun. Deal with it liberal anti American terrorist.

Anonymous said...

Trump 2020

Anonymous said...

That’s just your opinion.

Anonymous said...

^^^dude you can’t threaten to shoot someone for trespassing. I know this concept is over many of your heads, but you just can’t point guns at people who pose to imminent threat of serious injury or death. Please shut off FOX news and read a book.

Anonymous said...

8:23 is right. What part of "illegal" don't these people understand?

Anonymous said...

Trump 10 to 20 years

Anonymous said...

Most crimes that are thwarted by someone with a gun are done so without ever discharging a weapon. By the reasoning of the terroristic left all of those successful defensive usages of guns should be reclassified as crimes by the gun owners.

Anonymous said...

well you see 8:39, laws don't apply to Republicans and their type. you only need to look at the situation. there were brown people on a public sidewalk and these people were scared.

the fact the governor is already throwing around pardon talk basically says these two numbskulls broke a law.

if you don't like the law, call your legislator and lobby for them to change it Trumptards. or, you know, keep bitching on TKC.

Anonymous said...

TRUMP 2020

REMOVE THE MARXIST DEMOCRATS

ENACT LEGISLATION WITH MORE LATITUDE TO PROTECT ONE'S HOME AND FAMILY.

Anonymous said...

The "GOP Clown Car" is certainly packed this week - and every Clown jammed in it is "preaching to the Choir"- but they'd all better be worrying about saying something that will come back to bite them on the ass when its time to try to get votes from the 76% of voters who aren't Republicans.

Anonymous said...

^^^no just stay in your house and don’t approach a large group of people who were simply taking a short cut over to the mayors house. They didn’t know this couple or did they want to harm them. The situation escalated when an armed couple approached people in an angry and threatening way. You can’t argue fear when you the one making aggressive steps toward what you fear:

Bandit Darville said...

8:39 it's probably the same part of illegal that those hopping our borders don't understand.

Anonymous said...

What Does The Senile Septuagenarian Joe Biden think?

Anonymous said...

LIBERALS PROSECUTING LIBERALS

Anonymous said...

And the all caps guy checks in to begin a full of rants. It's lonely in the old folks home when your relatives have forgotten you're alive.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Repubturds pulling their puds. Nothing to see here.

Anonymous said...

8:51: My point exactly. Goose... gander.

Anonymous said...

THIS ISNT A BLACK AND WHITE THING.MORE WHITE LIBERAL ELITE PAID FOR COMMUNIST COLLEGE KIDS ARE PROTESTING THEN BLACKS.

Byron Funkhouser said...

Law, no law, the domestic thug terrorists encroaching on these folks yard, threatening them, caused the situation in the first place.

Don't bring your thuggish behavior to folk's doorsteps and no problems.

Just stay in commercial areas, burn businesses, paint signs on the streets and topple statues and you're safe to scream, rant, demand and generally turn decent society against you. Moving to residence areas will soon result in bodies very quickly.

Anonymous said...

WHITE RICH LIBERAL ELITES AND THE CHINESE COMMUNIST ARE PAYING AND ORCHESTRATING ALL OF THIS ANTIFA AND BLM MOVEMENT.

Anonymous said...

LITTLE BASEMENT BOYS WAKE UP OR YOU LL SORRY YOU VOTED FOR THESE DEMOCOMMIES.

Anonymous said...

". there were people on a public sidewalk"


8:47, It was not a public sidewalk.

Anonymous said...

8:21 Is a troll. Not a "gun guy", and has no "friends", just fellow cool-aid sippers.

Anonymous said...

The claim that Trump's secret police are "abducting" people is a lie. It's an antifa falsehood to distract from the fact that DHS has been extremely effective at arresting criminal suspects.

Anonymous said...

It started when the protestors broke a locked gate. Those are the people that should be arrested and charged.

Anonymous said...

@9:23 and yet it's not a lie and you have zero proof it is and you're talking out of your ass again. Weird.

Anonymous said...

^^^You're getting it wrong again. The initial burden of proof is yours.

Anonymous said...

Trump 2020

Anonymous said...

Charges were brought by St. Louis Circuit Attorney (equivalent to our County Prosecutor) Kim Gardner.

She is the first African-American to head the Circuit Attorney's Office. Under Gardner's tenure, St. Louis has seen a significant increase in non-prosecuted felonies. In 2019, St. Louis police sought 7,045 felony cases, but only 1,641 were prosecuted by Gardner's office.

She is a professional flunky, who somehow managed to graduate from law school. A majority of her campaign donations were traced to George Soros-linked subversive groups intent on wreaking havoc in the U.S. Upon her election, nearly the entire staff of the Circuit Attorney's office resigned, quit, or was forced out. She appointed a law school friend and attorney in-poor-standing to be her primary advisor.

Gardner is also the one who conducted a witch-hunt against former MO Gov. Eric Greitens. Greitens had an affair with his hairdresser (before he became Governor) and used poor judgment, but was exonerated of charges in the end. Gardner was shown to have pursued false charges, conspired with a former FBI investigator to fabricate evidence, and lie to the court. She's the one that should be sentenced to prison.

St. Louis and Kansas City are examples of the extreme dysfunction that happens when liberal activist Democrats are allowed to hold political office.

Anonymous said...

9:45: And yet there is photographic evidence, and so the burden of proof that the evidence is false is on you. Weird.

Anonymous said...

LIBERALS PROSECUTED BY LIBERALS.THIS IS WHAT YOU WHITE LIBERALS DESERVE

Anonymous said...

I’m a realtor in northern Missouri and I’ve sold 6 properties in the last 2 weeks. 2 from the St. Louis area and 4 from the Kansas City metropolitan area.

Anonymous said...

Call united country saint joe office for a good realtor.

Anonymous said...

When the video first emerged I thought it was a joke...a parody thing, not news. I thought so because of the way the woman is holding the gun...free hand on hip, gun hand limp wrist, bent elbow. At one point in the video the man turns toward his wife with the barrel of the gun pointed at her. I couldn't tell after several views but if that barrel was not pointed at her it was pretty damn close.

I'm not a gun owner so help me out here...do either of these people look qualified to have weaponry?

Anonymous said...

These people don't look qualified to breathe without assistance. They must have inherited their money or won the Lotto since on their own they would be in a trailer park in some small town.

Super Dave said...

Attorney General Eric Schmitt's office filed an amicus brief urging the court to dismiss the case against the McCloskeys. John Sauer, Missouri's solicitor general, wrote that Missouri's laws "specifically authorize Missouri citizens to use firearms to deter assailants and protect themselves, their families, and homes from threatening or violent intruders."

Anonymous said...

The law is on their side, there are no rights to "peacefully" protest on private property

Anonymous said...

^^Wow. The stupid ape can cut and paste. Moron.

Anonymous said...

A Saint Louis University constitutional and criminal law professor said the private street where the McCloskeys live is covered by the Castle Doctrine.

"There was no right to protest on their street. The protesters were actually trespassing," professor Anders Walker said.

Anonymous said...

Reasoning with Trumpturds is a no win situation. Trump said it best:

I could stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shoot somebody, and I wouldn't lose any voters, OK?"

Law and order means nothing to Re-pubic-hairs unless its used against brown people. W are in a very said time.

Anonymous said...

Attorney General Eric Schmitt is stepping in to help the McCloskeys. He announced he's trying to get the case dismissed.

"Enough is enough. As Missouri's chief law enforcement officer, I simply will not stand by while Missouri's law is being ignored," he said in a video statement.

Schmitt was referencing the Castle Doctrine, which in Missouri, allows people to defend not only their homes but their property.

Anonymous said...

10:25 you're the moron whose pissed at seeing the truth. So what if it's copied and pasted, the truth always speaks out over you retarded statements.

Anonymous said...

Missouri Castle Doctrine only permits a show of force “against a person who unlawfully enters, remains after unlawfully entering, or attempts to unlawfully enter private property that is owned or leased by an individual.”

In the videos seen by millions, racial justice demonstrators do not actually appear to step onto the property owned by personal injury attorneys Mark McCloskey and Patricia McCloskey–so Parson’s reliance on the law he helped craft appears to be off-base here.

Harvard Law School Prof. Ronald S. Sullivan, Jr., similarly told the Washington Post that the castle doctrine “would still be unavailable” because “[t]he defendant has to be reasonably afraid of being in imminent danger.” He said that the video of the McCloskeys make that argument “very difficult.”

Oswald said...

What if the trespassers are threatening to KILL YOU?

Super Dave said...

Gardner has dragged her feet with these charges for a reason. She has to win a primary in a couple of weeks and she is looking at this filing to help boost her a win. She knows nothing will be done in a court room til after the primary. Plus she is hoping they will accept her diversion programs designed to "reduce unnecessary involvement with the courts. Then she avoids a trial she will lose as a good attorney will file for a change of venue to get Gardner out of her crooked court system. The burden of proof is on Gardner and she doesn't have it now in this case anymore than than she did in her smear case against former Gov Eric Greitens

Anonymous said...

What part of "illegal" do personal injury attorneys Mark and Patricia McCloskey not understand?

Anonymous said...

@10:47-Hey simpldave: you don't live in St.Louis, you mouth-breathing ape. Shut your idiotic mouth about this!

Anonymous said...

^^^^^^STFU man, you're one horrible loser.

Anonymous said...

^^Nah, he can stay. You go Simpledave. Everybody hates you.

Anonymous said...

^^^^You mean like the voices in your head telling you of this hate? It's national news dipshit, everyone is talking about it ya loser.

Anonymous said...

^^Only mouth-breathing apes are talking about it CHUD. I believe you were told to go away, no scram!

Anonymous said...

IMO the lady looks like a sucker fish. He should divorce her and get a pretty wife. Thats said, its a crime to wave a gun around at a crowd, as you dont know the intention of each person, they were on the way to the Mayor's house -NOT HIS. Now had they proclaimed "lets kill the mayor and burn her house" it would be justifyed by the Mayor and she could wave a gun.

IMO =suckerfish/catfish

Anonymous said...

10:37. A menacing crowd of 300 people on your lawn, even without visible weapons, is enough to make a reasonable person fear for his.life. They could have overwhelmed the McCloskeys in a matter of seconds.

Anonymous said...

^^pity they didn't though.

Anonymous said...

The St Louis couple saved their home, their lives and their neighborhood.

Plus, they stopped Marxist Democrats from thinking they can invade homeowners personal property.

Anonymous said...

^^and yet THEY got charged with breaking the law! Ha! Weird.

Anonymous said...

1:18. There is no creature on God’s green earth as vicious and bloodthirsty as a liberal.

Anonymous said...

The couple was charged by a racist, corrupt, Marxist Prosecuting Attorney with zero ethics.

Gardner is a disgrace to the Judicial System.

Case will be thrown out and the lawyer couple will sue her ugly ass,

Anonymous said...

^^and yet they were charged as they committed a crime. Weird.

Anonymous said...

IF U WANT 20% SMALLER PAYCHECK WITH HIGHER TAXES VOTE FOR COMMUNIST DEMOCRATS.

TRUMP 2020

Anonymous said...

In the American system of.justice, being charged is not the same as being convicted of a crime. Weird.

Anonymous said...

^^and yet they STILL committed a crime and got charged for it. Weird.

Anonymous said...

They allegedly committed a crime. You really struggle with the concept of innocent until proven guilty, don’t you? Weird.

Anonymous said...

^^^^Good point, but what part of "illegal" didn't they understand?

Anonymous said...

If they were scared they should have locked themselves in their "safe room". They do have one. Instead they march out and display guns.

Anonymous said...

And let their house be burned down around them and lose everything? What stupid advice. They decided that it was better to confront the mob while outside the house to protect their property.

McCloskey said. “We were told that we would be killed, our home burned and our dog killed. We were all alone facing an angry mob.”

Anonymous said...

The mob is of their own creation. They are progressives to the core. Hands off this one Republican's. It feels off, like we're about to get burned. Let the law run its course. The dumb broad waggling her pea shooter like a school marm deserves a charge. They should have gone ahead and shot. It would have been justified. An angry antifa/BLM mob coming to eat the rich.

Anonymous said...

You cant burn a limestone mansion. It was under reconstruction too. They were not living there. Words yelled at you mean nothing until someone tries to follow up and do the crime. These fat cow attorneys were over reacting. They might lose their law licenses. He needs to get a younger cuter wife.

Anonymous said...

Are you a complete idiot? Interiors burn! The couple was living there. They’d spent years and hundreds of thousands of dollars restoring it. And your wrong... words that are threats can call for force to protect yourself. You know nothing.

Anonymous said...

Mark McCloskey, an attorney, recalled last month, “I went inside; I got a rifle … because as soon as I said ‘this is private property,’ those words enraged the crowd. … Horde, an absolute horde came through the smashed-down gates, coming right at the house. And then I stood out there, the only thing we said is, ‘This is private property, go back, private property, leave now.’ At that point, everybody got enraged, there were people wearing body armor.”

“One person pulled out [some] loaded pistol magazines and he clicked them together and he said, ‘You’re next,’” McCloskey continued. “We were threatened with our lives, threatened with the house being burned down, my office building being burned down, even our dog’s life being threatened. It was about as bad as it can get. You know, I really thought it was the storming of Bastille, that we would be dead and the house would be burned and there was nothing we could do about it. It was a huge and frightening crowd and they broke in the gate and they were coming at us.”