Thursday, May 13, 2021

South Carolina - Legalizing Open Carry of Handguns - H.3094 © 2021 Phillip Evans

South Carolina is one of only two Southern States (Florida being the other one) that generally bans open carry of handguns in public. There are narrow exceptions, such as when hunting and fishing, or going to or from.

H.3094 has now passed the South Carolina General Assembly, and heads to Gov. Henry McMaster's desk, who has promised to sign it, after which it will become law in 90 days.

Robert Battista, owner of 707 Gun Shop in Horry County doesn't "see the need" for this bill.

He believes the emphasis should be on getting rid of South Carolina's many off-limits places. I applaud him for bringing up off-limits places. Why should I fear jail, just because I want to be able to protect myself and my family, when I know that gun-buster signs and unsecured state and local government buildings won't keep anyone safe?

But having said all that, H.3094 legalizing open carry is a good thing. Giving licensed gun carriers the choice to carry as they wish, whether openly or concealed, is a big step forward regarding liberty.

Why should I be forced, under pain of jail, to hide my good and honorable American right to keep and bear arms in public? Sure, most people will still prefer to conceal, and that's fine. But let's agree to let free adults choose how they prefer to carry, okay?

I'm clumsy. My old hands and fingers don't work as well as they used to. If I have to fiddle with my clothing, even for a small amount of time to get to my gun, that time might cost me my life. After all, folks don't need to pull their gun unless it's an emergency, when time is of the essence.

Just knowing this gives a certain amount of consternation which disappears if I'm carrying openly. And in any deadly encounter, lack of 100% confidence in your physical abilities is not an asset.

Besides that, open carry deters a large portion of criminals who seek out easy targets. The claim that those openly carrying get targeted and shot first is a myth. Open carry is legal in 45 states (30 with no license requirement), so if this was a reality we'd know it by now.

Next steps for South Carolina? Get rid of the myriad off-limits places, then get rid of mandated training to exercise a right, then finally get rid of the license requirement altogether. In that order. It's not true "Constitutional Carry" as long as the off-limits places are still in effect. 

If you like, point Mr. Battista to this article. Perhaps he can be persuaded to join us in celebrating this hard fought and won victory. He's already headed a far piece towards our way by advocating for more carry places.

Interested in fighting for your rights? Then join South Carolina Carry. This Georgia boy did.

I'm also a member of Florida Carry, where the fight to legalize open carry is still ongoing.

Saturday, February 6, 2021

Florida Carry - A "Silent Protest" for Open Carry Legalization © 2021 Phillip Evans

Florida Carry is the premier statewide organization dedicated to fighting for our Second Amendment Rights in the Sunshine State. One premise it was founded on is that open carry of firearms is a protected Second Amendment Right. 

Why is this an issue in Florida? In 1987 Florida became a "shall issue" state for folks applying for a license to carry. However, Janet Reno (then Assistant State Attorney for Dade County) lobbied the state legislature to ban open carry. Neither the NRA nor the Republican politicians stood up to it as they were promised a revisit of open carry in a future session. They foolishly swallowed that lie -  hook, line, and sinker.

Kevin Sona (right, Director with Florida Carry wearing a Silent Protest Cover) and Steven Jenkins, Florida Carry Region 11 Lead. Used with permission.

Open carry, whether licensed or unlicensed is legal in 45 states. Yes, I know most people prefer concealed carry, but every patriot must agree that getting put behind bars for letting your holstered firearm be visible to the public is an evil that must be done away with.

Florida, sadly, is not among those 45 states. The “gun rights friendly” Republican politicians there are content to let you be cuffed, stuffed in a patrol car, and probed in all your orifices in jail for not putting a piece of cloth over your gun to hide it from tender eyes, even if you are licensed to carry.

Presumably, this is justified under protecting tourism dollars. Even if that argument held weight, it’s still an outrageous violation against the rights of free American citizens. Liberty was not purchased with dollars, but with the red blood of patriots. 

No amount of money is worth abusing American citizens and placing them behind bars like animals separated from their families. 

What of the 45 states where tourism is not hurting from legalized open carry? Hmmm?

My home state of Georgia has plenty of tourists. Case in point, Stone Mountain Park. At least four or five times when the park was packed with tourists from all over the world during the July 4th Celebration, I openly carried my holstered pistol among the crowd, with no one batting an eye as far as I could tell. We all got along splendidly, even conversing at times with folks nearby who clearly saw my pistol. It was no big deal. I was not the only one carrying a gun openly, either.

Contrary to the hype of many politicians, the public is not as scaredy-cat as they would have you believe. Yes, some hypersensitive folks will flee at the sight of a gun openly carried by a person not wearing an official government uniform, but rights are not just for public servants, they are for us all. And here’s a clue, “We The People” are not servants to anyone.


It’s a pistol shaped cloth that drapes over your holstered gun, called a "Glock Sock" by Open Carry Texas members in the days before open carry was legalized in Texas, but now called a "Silent Protest Cover" by Florida Carry.

It hides the sight of the gun itself, so it falls within Florida’s must conceal law. Yes, most folks will guess you are carrying a gun, but since they cannot see what’s underneath it, they cannot be positive it conceals a gun unless you remove the cloth. Hence, you are within the letter of the law, and that’s what legally counts. “Printing” is not illegal under Florida law. Openly carrying spare ammo mags is also not illegal.

This is an ingenious way to use your First Amendment Rights to support your Second Amendment Rights. It's a figurative poke in the eye for hypocrite politicians who mouth support for your carry rights, but who consistently deny them.

Open carry bills have been introduced multiple times in the state legislature but are consistently killed by Republican leadership at the behest of most Republican members. And no Republican Governor has publicly demanded an open carry bill be placed on his desk.

To those who say this is ridiculous, it's even more ridiculous for the government to jail you just for publicly and peacefully exercising a fundamental human right that is guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution.

This Silent Protest is a necessity when politicians who claim to support our rights do the opposite. Stopping bad bills is not enough. We want the infringements removed!

I get that some don't want to open carry, but it should be up to each person how or what they want to carry.

Frankly, I want people to know I'm armed, as most criminals seek out an easy target. Carrying concealed makes you appear to be unarmed, because even in states like Florida most people don't carry a firearm. Even many who possess a Concealed Weapon License rarely carry everyday and everywhere they go.

As for the element of surprise that some use to argue against open carry, you could be surprised by a criminal whether you conceal or not. Also, my visible gun is not the only one I carry. A good holster, such as made by Panther Concealment, and good situational awareness is the fix for most issues that may arise with open carry. Same principle applies for concealed carry.

The bottom line is that we are not peasants. We adults decide the manner in which we prefer to carry our self-defense tools to protect our lives and those of our families.

We adult citizens rightfully resent being treated as children or as criminals by career politicians who have their professional armed security at our taxpayer expense.

We DEMAND the right to keep ourselves safe in the manner we choose, and at no charge to the public.


Call to Action: Send your Florida state representative and senator a picture of you wearing a "Silent Protest Cover" out in public. Also send them YouTube links of you wearing them in public. Let them know that the open carry ban does not silence you, that actions speak louder than words!

Monday, December 14, 2020

Florida - The Goal: Open Carry of Firearms Legalized © 2020 Phillip Evans

What does Florida have in common with South Carolina, California, New York, and Illinois, along with D.C.? 

The fact that Florida will put you in jail just for peacefully carrying your holstered pistol uncovered in public, even if licensed to carry. 

You can, however, get away with it if you are hunting, fishing, camping, target shooting, or going to or from one of these activities - and ironically, during those exceptions you don't even need a license to carry, so the issue clearly isn't about trust or safety, but merely how it looks.

Republican state politicians in Florida love to give lip service about how much they support and defend Second Amendment Rights, but they continually appoint leadership in the State Senate who always block bills that legalize open carry from ever getting a floor vote. 

The gutless wonders fear it will hurt tourism. Never mind that tourism doesn't seem to suffer in the 45 states where open carry is legal, and where 30 of those states don't require a carry license to do it.

So what can one do, when nothing ever gets done to restore liberty despite years of effort? When writing emails, letters, making phone calls, and speaking with lawmakers in person gets about as much done as spitting in the wind?

Protest! And do it creatively and deliciously. 

How, you might ask? Here are a few ways to figuratively poke a thumb in the eye of hypocrites who continually deny your right to carry in the manner that you choose:

1. Openly carry ammunition. It's perfectly legal, as there's no state law  in Florida against it. And more so, there's no local laws against it - or at least any that could be legally enforced. That's because ammunition in Florida enjoys state preemption.

Don't try this on private property, but on public property where you have the right to be, and are behaving not causing any problems, carry your spare ammo magazines on your hip openly. Even wear an ammo belt with your cartridges clearly showing. 

Better yet, wear a bandoleer or two across your chest. You cannot be lawfully trespassed from public property when you are not breaking the law and are following lawful rules and regulations.

Now, it's conceivable you might be barred entry from certain public places due to some made up "it just ain't safe" rule. But record the encounter and sue them if you are able to. If it's at a Fair on public property, just tell them you don't plan to ride any rides and see what happens. They just might let you in.

But you can surely wear ammo on public beaches, walking down a public street, walking into a public library, or city hall, etc.

2. Wear a t-shirt with a pistol pic and the words, "Lawfully Armed Citizen", or "Licensed and Carrying". Download a free graphics program such as "The Gimp" or "Inkscape" and create the graphic, then print it out on transfer paper and iron it on your shirt.

3. Openly wear a pistol-shaped holster with a lid, such as for the P-38 pistol. Don't put a pistol in it, as a corrupt judge might still let an open carry charge stand against you. Instead, put a spare ammo magazine or some loose ammo in it - because remember, ammunition also enjoys state preemption along with firearms, and ammo ain't a firearm. Only firearms are barred from open carry.

If you carry it completely empty, you lose the leverage of state preemption. You gotta cover the angles whenever you can. And having a lid means no one can see inside it, so even though it might look like you are advertising you are carrying a gun, whatever is in it is still concealed, because the holster is not transparent. In any case, advertising you are carrying is not against the law. Open carry means you can SEE the firearm itself.

4. "Printing" is not illegal. You can wear a full-sized pistol on your side in an outside-the-waistband holster, with a long t-shirt pulled tight over it, and as long as the gun itself cannot be seen, it is perfectly legal, even if it is obvious it is a gun, so PRINT! Better yet, do it in groups on public property whenever you can.

5. Freedom Cover! Wear this little cloth covering over your pistol. A few have been wearing these in Florida with no reports of arrests yet. Not saying it can't happen, but you'd probably beat the charge and be in a position to sue for false arrest.

But if a little unsure about this method of protest, put a plastic training gun in a holster and put this cloth over it. It would still be a powerful First Amendment statement.

USE these FIRST AMENDMENT free speech activities to impress upon lawmakers that you are serious about restoring your liberty to carry how you wish to carry.

Who says that you must hide your rights in order to exercise them? Now you may wish to only conceal your firearm and that's fine, but if you truly love liberty you will advocate for free citizens to carry as they wish.

We don't all want to carry the same way, but we should all want every free citizen the choice to carry as they will, openly or concealed. 

***This article is NOT meant to spur debate on which type of carry is best. Rather, it's a call to get the law changed, so that our rights in this area will no longer be violated.***

It's high time we take off the gloves and get in their face, figuratively speaking, to demand our liberty. If they refuse to legalize open carry, then make it as embarrassing as possible to them until they relent.

Friday, December 4, 2020

Bearing Arms Infringement - Don't Have A Law? Use A Lie! © 2020 Phillip Evans

Laws that ban guns in public places certainly don't live up to their hype. Criminals somehow manage to bring their guns and other weapons in regardless, to do their evil.

So what do local governments do when they don't have a magic law that purportedly keeps out armed criminals? They LIE! Later on here, I will provide a couple of examples.

Cumberland Park in Nashville, Tennessee

They leave false information up on their websites stating that firearms are not permitted in the park or other publicly owned property, when in fact firearms may indeed be legally carried by law-abiding citizens under their particular state's laws.

And here's the rub - neither laws nor lies keep out criminals with guns one whit. They are designed to disarm citizens who wish to merely be able to keep themselves and their families safe from rapists, robbers, and murderers, who, believe it or not, do actually wind up in nice public spaces to terrorize innocent people. Just because it's relatively rare doesn't mean one must not provide for their own protection and that of their loved ones, as the stakes are high. 

The police will quickly tell you they cannot be everywhere at all times. In other words, "You cannot depend on us to always be able to come to your rescue."

Citizens who follow the rules will read disinformation on government websites thinking they can't be legally armed in a particular place, and they will either not go, or they will go unarmed. Now this could be a lawsuit in the making if a disarmed person was injured or killed because of a criminal attack on that property if it could be shown that the disinformation was a factor.

One might argue that folks could just look up the law and make a judgement call about whether the lie is a lie or whether it's the truth. But truth be told most of us are not lawyers, and will trust government officials to be accurate, or at least to not deliberately lie to us.

Here's a blurb just taken from Nashville's Parks and Recreation website:

"Firearms are not permitted in any park managed by the Metropolitan Board of Parks and Recreation, hereafter referred to as the Board."

However, in 2015 Tennessee passed a state law which removed the authority of local governments to ban guns in parks that are carried by law-abiding citizens (in TN, you must have a handgun carry permit to carry in public), with the exception being that metal detectors are in use to screen everyone entering, which was added in 2017.

Nashville has had five years to correct their website but has chosen not to do so. Doesn't government periodically update their websites, at least once in five years? Plus, I'm sure at least ONE person has pointed it out to them via a phone call or email within that time frame. ***

Does it surprise you that Nashville local government is run by Democrats?

Even still, I love visiting the great state of Tennessee, having visited Chattanooga, Knoxville, and Memphis, but not yet Nashville. Most of their state gun laws are pretty good, but even the good states have room for improvement.

Nashville's Code of Ordinances that was updated just this year still contains the prohibition of firearms in their public parks, even for those who are licensed to carry:

Code of Ordinances
Supplement 33
Online content updated on August 24, 2020
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THE CODE OF THE METROPOLITAN GOVERNMENT OF NASHVILLE AND DAVIDSON COUNTY TENNESSEE Codified through Ordinance No. BL2020-298, approved June 10, 2020. (Supp. No. 33 (7/20)

13.24.440 - Explosives, fireworks and firearms.

"The prohibition against firearms in subsection A. of this section shall operate as a prohibition against the possession of a handgun by a person authorized to carry a handgun pursuant to Tennessee Code Annotated § 39-17-1351 within any park owned or operated by the metropolitan government." (bold mine)

*** Prior to publishing this article I called and spoke with Captain Taylor of the Nashville Police Department. He was very cordial and graciously gave of his time to confirm with me that citizens who are licensed to carry may indeed carry in Nashville's public parks. He mentioned that concealed carry would be preferred, so as to avoid getting calls. I politely informed him that my normal manner of carry is holstered open carry of a sidearm, and he was okay with that.

He told me I was the first person to call about their web page, so this could be a case of innocent oversight, if that page rarely gets traffic or updates. He stated it needed to be updated.

The Nashville Code of Ordinances already being updated and supposedly current, however, is no excuse. Personal safety is important, so correct information which could directly affect a citizen's choice to be armed or not should be posted.

Here's another example that's from Alabama which appears to be a bit more deliberate:


Park Rules:

"Please refrain from carrying firearms within the boundaries of Vulcan Park and Museum"

In 2018 I emailed the President and CEO of Vulcan Park regarding their rule. I received the following reply:

"We appreciate your asking for clarification on this matter, which we are happy to provide.  The website statement was investigated by the Attorney General’s office, and because it is a request and not a prohibition, it was determined to be compliant with Alabama law.  To quote the letter from the Attorney General’s office, 'the Vulcan Park website contains park rules that request guests to refrain from carrying firearms', but the rules are ‘not meant to carry any threat of enforcement.’

Sincerely,

Darlene Negrotto"


In other words, "We leave this disinformation on our website because we can, you serfs who wish to carry a firearm."

Now, would the average person know that it was merely a "request"? They are deliberately keep this up on the site under their park rules, while knowing state law allows carry there. This is nothing more than an attempt to keep law-abiding citizens from being lawfully armed. Even if a criminal did happen to read their website, would he care about their rules?

Does it surprise you that Birmingham local government is run by Democrats? I don't know if Ms. Negrotto is a government employee, but you better believe that Birmingham's city government is in the loop on this, and fully giving their support to this "rule" which is really a "request".

The old saying, "Knowledge is power", truly shines in a new light when it deals with matters of life and death, wouldn't you agree?

By the way, I did carry my holstered pistol openly some years ago at Vulcan Park, and no one there said a word to me about it.

Alabama is a great state I've had the pleasure of vacationing in a few times, having seen Birmingham, Huntsville, and Montgomery. Their state gun laws are pretty good too. Like everywhere you go, you have to watch out for the shenanigans of local government officials trying to skirt state law, either by ordinance, lie, or just plain incompetence.


If you love to visit other states and have your right to carry upheld, then consider joining the statewide organizations that fight for your rights. Who says you should only be a member of your own state's org? Let's all band together across state lines to further restore our liberty!

Things we should be fighting for are:

1. Removing any mandatory training requirements to get a license to carry 
2. Removing the various off-limits places
3. Removing the general ban on open carry in Florida and South Carolina
4. Fixing Virginia's state preemption which the Democrats there recently destroyed
5. Removing the license requirement altogether, as the Second Amendment is our permission slip

Just removing the license requirement while maintaining a bunch of other prohibitions is NOT "Constitutional Carry". Get rid of the license requirement AND prohibitions on where we can carry, then we can call it that. The state that currently comes nearest true Constitutional Carry is New Hampshire.

Share this article far and wide so that people will be motivated to look carefully into their states' preemption laws to learn where local ordinances, signs, rules, and policies have zero force of law, and can be safely ignored.

Liberty not exercised is liberty lost!

Friday, October 23, 2020

Lyin' Biden is Sunk! © 2020 Phillip Evans

Enough came out in this second debate that should have undecideds now well decided... for Trump.

Photo by Gage Skidmore

In the Presidential Debate Oct. 22nd, Biden denied ever opposing fracking. President Trump then promised on the spot that he would later show the video. And here it is:

https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1319466667676749824

Either Biden has dementia or is a lying sleazeball, or both. Even CNN called Biden a liar: 

https://www.cnn.com/2020/10/23/politics/biden-fracking-fact-check/index.html

In addition, Biden's running mate, Kamala Harris said at a CNN Town Hall in Sept. 2019, "There’s no question I’m in favor of banning fracking."

Along these lines of closing down critical parts of American industry, there was this exchange at the debate:

Trump: "Would you close down the oil industry?"

Biden: "I would transition from the oil industry, yes."

With Biden having his way, millions of well paying jobs would disappear. Not to mention that our military runs on oil, so it would dramatically hurt our national security. You can't fly fighter jets, cargo planes, helicopters, and bombers on windmill, solar, or battery power.

Biden advocating for the end of the oil industry finally leaves no doubt he is in the political bed with AOC and her insane "Green New Deal".

In this same debate Biden also painted the police in general as racists, stating that there is "systemic racism" such that blacks have to be taught special safety tips to keep from getting shot by the police. He said:

“I never had to tell my daughter, if she’s pulled over, make sure she puts — for a traffic stop — put both hands on top of the wheel and don’t reach for the glove box, because someone may shoot you,” he said. “But a Black parent, no matter how wealthy or how poor they are, has to teach their child: When you are walking down the street, don’t have a hoodie on when you go across the street. Making sure that you in fact, if you get pulled over, just ‘Yes sir,' ‘no sir,’ hands on top of the wheel.” (as printed in the NYTimes.com)

Hmmm, I don't know what universe Biden has been living in, but I've generally been taught and read that EVERYONE should have both hands on the wheel when stopped and approached by an officer, with your internal light on if it's at night, and to be polite to the police.

Not to mention when the BLM chant about police: "pigs in a blanket, fry 'em like bacon", was brought up by Trump at the debate, Biden refused to condemn that hateful sentiment against them.

And the last nail in Biden's political coffin:

'What he’s accusing me of is a Russian plant,' Biden said. 'What he’s saying is a bunch of garbage. Nobody believes it except him and his good friend Rudy Giuliani.'



Biden's future is looking more like prison than the White House.

Friday, September 25, 2020

Breonna Taylor Redacted Police Report © 2020 Phillip Evans

Facebook is blocking the website where you can read an official 39 page police report on the Breonna Taylor incident. This report lists facts that apparently contradict the narrative of the leftist media.


This is just another reason for Congress to call Facebook into account for their biased censorship in violation of Federal Communications law.

Let's see if they will block my short article for including a link to the report here:

https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/63943132/breonna-taylor-summary-redacted1



Thursday, September 17, 2020

Biden Supports Biological Males Competing in Girls' School Sports © 2020 Phillip Evans

H.R. 5 - a bill which passed the U.S. House of Representatives May 17th, 2019 does the following

"This bill prohibits discrimination based on sex, sexual orientation, and gender identity in a wide variety of areas including public accommodations and facilities, education, federal funding, employment, housing, credit, and the jury system. Specifically, the bill defines and includes sex, sexual orientation, and gender identity among the prohibited categories of discrimination or segregation." (bold mine)

If this bill were to become law, it would mean that a person born a biological male would be allowed to compete in girls' high school or college sports, as long as that person identified as female, even with all birth organs intact, and could not be discriminated against (prevented from competing based on biological sex).

Think about those born male who possess significantly more natural testosterone and muscle mass in athletic competitions against biological females, who are trying to win college scholarships, medals, and trophies.

That Joe Biden would sign this bill into law should he become President of the United States is fairly obvious, in my opinion.

As of June 2019, LGBTQ Rights was his NUMBER ONE legislative priority. The "T" in that acronym stands for "transgender". This means a biological male identifying as female, and vice-versa.

Google's online dictionary defines "transgender" as: "denoting or relating to a person whose sense of personal identity and gender does not correspond with their birth sex."

Apparently, the Democrats' claim to be the champions of women empowerment really means that biological males should unfairly compete against biological females in sports where strength and speed are essential to winning.

Is their hatred and head-in-sand denial of factual biological differences between the male and female sex so great that they are willing to do the exact opposite of what they purport to do, empower women?

Perhaps their goal is simply to break down all traditional societal norms, even if that means causing harm to the very ones they claim to support. If that's the plan, that's rather perverse.

Let's see if Facebook will censor this article because of "lack of context". Facebook needs to be called before Congress again and held accountable for its biased censoring favoring "progressives", leftists, communists, Marxists. 

Share this article widely and discover how many of your friends have seen it. 

Saturday, August 29, 2020

Perversion of Justice in Kenosha, Wisconsin © 2020 Phillip Evans


Not to mention the "progressive" mainstream media piling on with their leftist clap trap heroizing the "victims".

The media has portrayed Kyle as being part of a "white militia". First of all, the majority of people in Wisconsin are white. Secondly, there were a few armed blacks in their group standing guard so that businesses such gasoline stations would not be set ablaze by the mostly white thugs running wild there. So much for the race card the media is desperately trying to play.


Some say he had no business traveling the 20 or so miles from his house to Kenosha, because he was just went there looking for trouble. However, we now know that is not the case at all. Here is the timetable of what really happened:


He had to be armed because it was a danger zone, but he was not afraid to help, and he carried a medic kit, which he had used to help "protesters" that were injured by the police. He was not looking to kill anyone. He only defended himself when pressed to do so by the eggs-for-brains fools that thought it a good idea to attack and try and take a rifle from someone.

The ones who attacked him were angry that Kyle and other armed citizens were preventing them from burning down the city. Had the police been able to do their job, business owners would not have needed to call for outside help.


1. When Kyle shot Joseph Rosenbaum in the head, Rosenbaum and another "peaceful protester" were chasing Kyle with Rosenbaum throwing an unknown object at him. Had they subdued Kyle, don't doubt that they would have taken his rifle and beat him unconscious with it, or worse. Rosebaum was a registered child sex offender, not the type of person to trust with your life. No doubt Kyle was in fear for his life, for right before Rosenbaum lunged at him, there was a gunman that had fired a pistol into the air.

2. After Kyle had tripped (he was running from the rioters and was trying to avoid further confrontation) and was on the ground (another rioter cowardly kicked him from behind but quickly ran away), Anthony Huber tried grabbing Kyle's rifle and hit him with his skateboard. Huber was promptly backed off with a fatal shot to the chest. Huber had been arrested several times for battery and domestic abuseNot the type to trust giving up your gun to.

3. Gaige Grosskreutz, a member of the People's Revolution Movement of Milwaukee (communist sounding to me), came at Kyle with a pistol, and did a false surrender causing Kyle to lower his rifle. Grosskreutz then came at him again and pointed the pistol at him. The arm holding the pistol was nearly shot off by Kyle, ending that thug's plans. Grosskreutz has a petty criminal record, and one Internet archive showed that he was charged with felony burglary in 2013, but no info is out there on any conviction that I can find.

In addition to the bogus felony charges against Kyle, he is also charged with unlawful possession of a dangerous weapon, apparently, because he is under the age of 18.

However, it is clear that District Atty. Graveley (a Democrat) can't read, because the law spells out a very narrow case where a person could be in violation of that statue, and Kyle's possession of a rifle did not fall within the scope of that. The rifle was also not brought across states lines, but was lawfully in Wisconsin borrowed from a friend.

Here is an analysis of the Wisconsin law by Georgia Carry Gun Rights Attorney John R. Monroe (he has also represented clients in other states and knows his stuff):

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Wisconsin Statutes 948.60(2)(a):
Any person under 18 years of age who possesses or goes armed with a dangerous weapon is guilty of a Class A misdemeanor.
[Dangerous weapon is defined to include firearms]

But, Wisconsin Statutes 948.60(2)(c):
This section applies only to a person under 18 years of age who possesses or is armed with a rifle or a shotgun if the person is in violation of s. 941.28 or is not in compliance with ss. 29.304 and 29.593.
[941.28 is possession of a SBR or SBS, and 29.304 and 29.593 are hunting regulations -- i.e., not applicable if you're not hunting]

It's somewhat awkwardly worded, but the distilled meaning is, "It's a crime for under 18 to possess a firearm, unless the firearm is a rifle or shotgun except if the rifle or shotgun is an SBR or SBS."

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Instead of prosecuting the numerous arsonists, looters, rioters, and beaters of innocent citizens, their "justice" system goes after a young man was there to help stop innocent business owners from having their businesses burned to the ground. 

Fortunately, legal help is on the way. Atty. L. Lin Wood will be representing him. You can have an active part in helping this young man by donating to his legal team. In addition, Gun Owners of America has offered their assistance.

Donate at: https://fightback.law/products/donationsI personally donated $50, and challenge you who love the truth to do the same.

We all know why the Democrats are going after this citizen defender rather than these criminals. It's because they want to virtue signal to their far left / communist base. They also want anarchy. They want to use it as a tool to seize power by disrupting our rule of law and order. In the midst of all this they are calling for defunding of the police.

While I support defunding the police, it is not in a vacuum. I want that money to instead go toward increasing the numbers of sheriffs and their deputies so that we will have greater accountability, as sheriff's are elected officials.

The Democrats just want the police gone, with no one to take their place. Let the local police keep their jobs and badges, but as sheriff's deputies. Too many mayors and county commissioners misuse the police, or tie their hands so they can't do the job they are hired for, like we've seen in every Democrat controlled area. 

Final thoughts:

Kyle will need at least one sane jury member who will see through this bogus prosecution of an innocent man for political purposes, who will state "Not Guilty" and hold to that firm no matter if everyone else is screaming to convict him.

The "victims" mentioned above who took their well earned bullets are going to be poster boys for the antifa anarchist crowd who are co-opting the BLM movement, apparently with permission, as I've seen nothing to indicate any displeasure from BLM leaders.

I predict these "youths" won't ease up on their criminal activity due to taking some casualties, because that would make them look weak, and to them, appearance matters. In their stupidity they will ramp up their attacks. But that will bring out even more American heroes like Kyle who will eventually put a stop to it. When will it all end? When the communists know that they cannot stand against American Patriot Resolve, that's when.

If you think things are froggy now, just wait until President Trump wins reelection and further melts down the snowflakes. So be vigilant, be armed at all times, and be prepared to protect yourself and your loved ones from evil.  

Thursday, July 16, 2020

Amazon Now Requiring Face Masks For Online Purchases (Satire) © 2020 Phillip Evans

Jeff Bezos, the richest man in the world, recently learned that Walmart would be requiring face masks in all its stores starting Monday, July 20th, even in states where Covid-19 cases are low.



You don't get to be the richest man in the world without being smart, so he immediately realized that Walmart would be losing some customers and their dollars to Amazon. Being a man of the world community, he didn't want to be responsible for a politically correct company losing money, least of all to him, as he has all he needs.

So he teamed up with WWTMWY.commie (We Want To Meet With You) to provide a free service to Amazon shoppers that would validate them as customers who are honestly coming to Amazon, in order to weed out customers who are coming there because they refuse to wear a mask and shop at Walmart.

In an interview with CNN, Bezos explained that once an Amazon shopping cart is activated for checkout, it would email the customer a meeting invite link, whereby the customer must join and have their webcam on showing that their face is covered by a mask while completing their order.

After the customer's purchase, they are invited to remain online and help monitor the purchases of other customers to ensure they are in compliance as well. "This is a win-win, because it reduces the number of staff at Amazon required to operate our new service, and it gives customers a feeling of real power and control over others, which helps to alleviate their initial feeling of being controlled", said Bezos with a wink and a chuckle.

In related news, WWTMWY recently acquired technology that would allow them to remotely scan a special mark on a person's forehead or right hand for when that requirement is put in place for buying or selling, either online or in person.