Tuesday, January 26, 2021

Fear Pr0n: Show-Me Car Crash Protection From Missouri Roadblock Protesters

The civil liability of willfully hitting somebody with a car has, ACTUALLY, always been much worse than any criminal charges . . . At least for the middle-class. And so headlines about Missouri political chest-thumping garbage legislation are often overwrought and simply serve to drum up publicity for otherwise ignored politicos on BOTH sides of the aisle. 

Here's one example out of many that has garnered crocodile tears from "many sides" via social media.

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Missouri senator proposes to let drivers use deadly force against some protesters

Missouri State Sen. Rick Brattin, R-Harrisonville, wants to make it a Class E felony for any protester who interferes with or blocks a public road, according to a report from MissouriNet. Under his bill, drivers could use deadly force against these protesters, and ones who illegally cross or attempt to cross private property.

32 comments:

Anonymous said...

YES!!!!

Anonymous said...

I just installed a cattle guard on my Jeep.

LET'S ROLL SOME TERRORISTS !!!

Anonymous said...

I would love to see a bunch of BLM protesters get run over and killed.

Anonymous said...

I approve of this message.

Anonymous said...

But BLM protestors aren't the pussies Conservatives are though.

Anonymous said...

YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!

HELL YESSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Blocking the streets or highways should be considered attempted car jacking and you should have a right to defend yourself. Even your worst welfare mommy tells her children not to play in the street.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^ Confused Karen please go back to your pop tarts and MeTV.

Anonymous said...

remember that lady who ran over that guy in a rural road and he was stuck in her windshield and she just kept on going and she pulled into her driveway and he died slowly overnight in her garage?

if that happened under this law maybe she could have argue self defense!

Byron Funkhouser said...

Will this law apply to both right wing & left wing demonstrators?

Clayton Bigsby said...

I guess we will soon find out,don't worry no one will aim for you Funk because you are a pile of shit that will never wash away

Anonymous said...

Hope this passes.

They also need to tighten up the Castle Law so Prosecuting Attorneys like the Commie in STL cannot sue a homeowner from protecting their family and home when rioters are on the lawn getting ready to storm the house.

Anonymous said...

^^But those white CHUDS were pussies and too fucking scared to do anything but stand like fatties in their yard. Why are Conservatives so cowardly and chickenshit!

Anonymous said...

I have a brush guard on my dually. The pinkos will wipe off or wear out of the tread.

Anonymous said...

Let's mash some commies!

Anonymous said...

Kickass! Let's got blooding!

Anonymous said...

Wow! Lefties really aren't in high regard in Missouri are they?

Anonymous said...

Lets go Walking Dead on them!

Anonymous said...

Decisions, decisions! Push bar, tire waffle or headshot? Count me in!

^^ said...

That legislator for President in 2024.

Anonymous said...

At least we wouldn't have to dispose of the body if this passes.

Anonymous said...

Didn't see any protesters enter their house, now did we 11:22. Old lawyer and his old wife scared off a 100+ BLM / ANTIFA protesters.

Now if the McCloskey's were unarmed the 100 Peaceful Protesters would have attacked them as that is the BLM / ANTIFA standard operating procedure is to attack unarmed, elderly people.

Anonymous said...

^^and yet like them, you're also a talking faggot republican pussy. That's all republicans are. Talk-tough, punk out, get their ass beaten, get an election stolen from them, and they come here to cry and tough-talk all day. We all know you're pussy faggots.

Anonymous said...

if anybody tries to block my car I will just flat run them over... and even speed up and deal with the legal system later :-)

Anonymous said...

^^and yet you won't Maude, as you lost your driver's license, car, and car keys decades ago. You're also a pussy liar to boot. Weird.

Anonymous said...

^^^^ You are really messed up. Lay off the crack. Your mom says it makes you taste funny.

Anonymous said...

After licking you, your mothers tongue swole up.

Uncle Ruckus said...

Black Lives Splatter !

Wall E. Weasel said...

"Missouri senator proposes to let drivers use deadly force against some protesters"

More lies and propaganda that are being perpetuated by the media.

Part of the proposed bill would make blocking roads and highways a Class E felony in Missouri, or a Class D if done during a declared unlawful assembly. That's it. Here's the portion of the bill in question.

"A person commits the offense of unlawful traffic interference if, with the intention to impede vehicular traffic, the person walks, stands, sits, kneels, lays, or places an object in such a manner as to block passage by a vehicle on any public street, highway, or interstate highway. This section shall not apply to the blocking of passage by any person who has permission to do so from a government authority, who is a law enforcement officer, or who does so to direct traffic away from hazardous road conditions, an obstacle, or a scene of an accident."

Here are the declaration of the felonies.

"The offense of unlawful traffic interference on any public street, highway, or an interstate highway is a class E felony."
"The offense of unlawful traffic interference on any public street, highway, or interstate highway while part of an unlawful assembly is a class D felony."

Certain individuals and groups who oppose this bill are falsely claiming that drivers will be permitted to use deadly force against those committing these offenses simply because the offenses are felonies. This is completely untrue. While Missouri law does allow for use of deadly force to prevent felonies, it allows it only to protect against forcible felonies. These are specifically defined as "any felony involving the use or threat of physical force or violence against any individual, including but not limited to murder, robbery, burglary, arson, kidnapping, assault, and any forcible sexual offense". Anyone with any common sense can see that blocking a street does not meet this definition.

I oppose this portion of the bill because it is too broad and open to abuse by authorities. Simply putting a traffic cone in the road without authorization could become a felony offense. But I'm not opposed to it because of some bullshit disinformation that keeps getting repeated. Channel 9 needs to offer a retraction and be held accountable for publishing this.

NicK said...

pedestrians always have the right away not terrorists in vehicles

Wall E. Weasel said...

"pedestrians always have the right away not terrorists in vehicles"

Forget your driver exam questions already?

Both State law and KCMO Code of Ordinances completely disagree with you. The "right away" belongs to vehicles except in very specific locations and circumstances.

300.390. 1. Every pedestrian crossing a roadway at any point other than within a marked crosswalk or within an unmarked crosswalk at an intersection shall yield the right-of-way to all vehicles upon the roadway.

Sec. 70-783. Every pedestrian crossing a roadway at any point other than within a marked crosswalk or within an unmarked crosswalk at an intersection shall yield the right-of-way to all vehicles upon the roadway.

Steve L said...

Of course Byron. You do understand the political right doesn't block highways, attack motorists or burn private property. You have your activists confused. Hope that helps. Respectfully, Steve L