Opinion

St. Louis Couple Plead GUILTY In Case Of Home Defense Against Rioters, They SURRENDER Their Guns


[youtube-feed-single]Tim, Ian, Luke, and Lydia join commentator, podcaster, and author Michael Malice to discuss the case of the Missouri couple who defended their property from rioters and are now paying the price.

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Guest: Michael Malice
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Author, “The Anarchist Handbook”

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One response to “St. Louis Couple Plead GUILTY In Case Of Home Defense Against Rioters, They SURRENDER Their Guns”

  1. Mikedhatz says:

    I agree with Tim. The McCloskeys were cowards. Sure, it’s entirely possible that the legal system would continue to go after them endlessly in order to make an example out of them, but that’s a fight worth fighting. In my opinion, they didn’t do anything wrong. They got their weapons, they stood their ground, and they kept themselves and their property safe by presenting the “hard target” that us military veterans talk about. Even if they feel the full weight of the judicial system, and they both ended up seeing jail or prison time, you have to stand for the right thing at some point in order to stand for your own rights and principles.

    There’s a reason for the phrase, “it’s better to die on your feet than live on your knees.” I’d rather die fighting the good fight than live like the cowards that just want to live; or in the case of the McCloskeys, I’d rather spend time behind bars knowing that I fought for my rights when I did nothing wrong, rather than taking the coward’s path.