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    Default Shooting outside Milo event justified?

    So, 105 cops couldn't protect people from a mob throwing bricks and Christmas ornaments full of paint. Somewhere I saw the shooter was 50 and the protester was 34, probably not a student then. If it's an angry mob throwing bricks at a 50 yr old guy, that sounds like a good shoot to me! Message sent.

    “Anti-Fascist” Bully Gets Shot by Armed American at UW Yiannopoulos Event
    John Boch
    January 22, 2017
    http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/201...opoulos-event/



    Last Friday, “Peaceful protesters” at a Milo Yiannopoulos event picked the wrong person to attack. It happened at the University of Washington campus, where police tried to maintain order. As always, Yiannopoulos tends to draw out the radical left to violently oppose his speeches. The UW speech proved no exception.

    Those opposed to the Breitbart editor’s speech donned masks and began to commit acts of violence. We all know that when “peaceful protesters” put on masks, they have no plans to distribute free Girl Scout cookies. Sure enough, the radical leftists threw bricks and paint, not Thin Mints, at police.

    Masked and unmasked “protesters” also physically tried to keep attendees away. At one point, the masked thugs picked the wrong attendee to accost. Fearing for his safety amid an unlawful attack by a violent group, one man pulled a handgun and shot one of his assailants.

    Thankfully, that gunshot ended the attack and caused the masked hooligans to scatter like roaches. The recipient of the victim’s ballistic judo, pictured above, underwent surgery. He’s now in serious condition. Police did not identify the man.

    The shooter turned himself in. After questioning, police released him without charges, per the Seattle Times.

    The man who surrendered to police in connection with the University of Washington shooting Friday night was released after telling investigators he fired in self-defense during a campus protest, according to two law-enforcement officials briefed on the case.

    No details about any confrontation between him and the critically wounded man were available Saturday. But one of the law-enforcement officials said the man who fired the gun claimed he had been assaulted before shooting the other man, whom he believed to be some type of white supremacist.

    Remarkably, the anti-fascists brazenly bragged of disrupting the event. They forcibly blockaded the venue to keep attendees out, relying on intimidation and brute force against the 500 or so who showed up to see Milo. The anti-Milo troublemakers even lamented how one of their “comrades” got shot by someone they believed to be a Trump voter. From “It’s going down“:

    Seattle – Milo Yiannopoulos was scheduled to speak at the University of Washington at J20. The exact numbers in line to attend were difficult to estimate but may have been 500 or more, many of whom were outright neo-nazis.

    With a massive march in downtown which included an anarchist breakaway, perhaps only 30 antifa were on hand at the beginning to attempt to disrupt the event.

    …Tragically, a comrade was shot during the later stages of the event. They remains in critical condition in the hospital. The shooter is still unknown but believed to be a Trump supporter.


    America has a new law-and-order President Donald J. Trump. We can only hope that this incident causes these radicals to think twice from attacking future Yiannopoulous event attendees.

    Also of note, most of those troublemakers arrested in Washington D.C. at Inaugural events now face federal felony rioting charges. Those charges come with potential penalties of up to 10 years in prison.

    Have the days of letting violent leftist agitators off with a slap on the wrist come to an end with our new president? Time will tell.

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    Default Re: Shooting outside Milo event justified?

    Sounds like the poor snowflake brought a brick to a gunfight, poor choice. Here's a tip get a job work real hard so that way your too tired to care about going out and trying to take away the 1st Amendment rights of others through intimidation and violence.

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    Love that panicked look on their faces. Only good commie is a dead commie

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    Default Re: Shooting outside Milo event justified?

    I'd say justified even if they were throwing marshmallows.
    Rules are written in the stone,
    Break the rules and you get no bones,
    all you get is ridicule, laughter,
    and a trip to the house of pain.

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    Default Re: Shooting outside Milo event justified?

    Unfortunately, I think as more far left 'protesters' amp up violence, we will see a corresponding rise in justified shootings in self defense.

    The left seems to live inside there own little world. A world wherein using a gun to protect children in bear country is something to belittle and laugh at; a world in which a right to someone else's money is equivalent to a right to 'free' abortions.

    The bubble they've been living in will burst with a loud bang when they think that there misbegotten violence against otherwise peaceable Americans who just want to be free and left alone is somehow justified, and throwing rocks or bricks ends with the reality of genuinely justified self defense.

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    Default Re: Shooting outside Milo event justified?

    If only Reginald Denny had a firearm...

    "The Constitution is the guide which I will not abandon.” - George Washington

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    Default Re: Shooting outside Milo event justified?

    Quote Originally Posted by American1776 View Post
    Unfortunately, I think as more far left 'protesters' amp up violence, we will see a corresponding rise in justified shootings in self defense.

    The left seems to live inside there own little world. A world wherein using a gun to protect children in bear country is something to belittle and laugh at; a world in which a right to someone else's money is equivalent to a right to 'free' abortions.

    The bubble they've been living in will burst with a loud bang when they think that there misbegotten violence against otherwise peaceable Americans who just want to be free and left alone is somehow justified, and throwing rocks or bricks ends with the reality of genuinely justified self defense.
    Why is that unfortunate?
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    Default Re: Shooting outside Milo event justified?

    It's unfortunate the "protester" is still with us.
    Go sell crazy some where else, we're all stocked up here.


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    Default Re: Shooting outside Milo event justified?

    Quote Originally Posted by philadelphia patriot View Post
    If only Reginald Denny had a firearm...

    I don't think he would have used it. If I'm not mistaken, he forgave his attackers.

    To the OP.

    GREAT shoot!

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