Thoughts On A Sunday

It looks like we have survived yet another week in Coronavirus America.

Thinks are “cranking up” in preparation for the upcoming Fourth of July weekend. Restaurants have reopened fully (though with social distancing in place), a number of the summer amusements have opened, and plans have been made for the traditional fireworks displays. I am sure there will also be the traditional “charring of mammal flesh and consumption of mass quantities” to go along with all of the other festivities.

I expect to be spending quite a bit of time on the Official Weekend Pundit Lake Winnipesaukee Runabout, weather permitting. (So far it looks like the weather will be cooperating, assuming the Weather GuysTM are right.)


Speaking of coronavirus, the MSM has been going out of its mind with the surge in new cases. However, the one thing that hasn’t been mentioned other than in passing in one news story (by ABC News) is the demographics of the cases being reported. The other thing not being mentioned are the severity of the cases, more specifically what percentage are asymptomatic, what percentage show minimal symptoms, moderate symptoms, and so on. That could be due to the lack of granularity in the data, meaning the data doesn’t include those determinations. (Somehow I doubt that as the various health agencies would use that data to determine the severity of new cases and the measures that need to be taken.)

On the other hand, if the media included that information and it did not point to something that generates fear, they would leave it out. (The media likes fear as it generates viewers/readers/clicks. How many times have we seen stories along the lines of “How the coffeemaker in your kitchen could be killing you! That story after these messages….”? This isn’t that much different other than it is nationwide and already in the public consciousness.)

How can anyone figure what’s really going on if we aren’t properly informed? The media used to do that at one point. Not that the media wasn’t partisan in the past, but they tried hard to provide balanced reporting. That is no longer true.


Is the 2020 election going to be about something other than Trump versus Biden? If Victor Davis Hanson is correct, the answer is “yes”.

What does VDH believe be driving this election? Anger.

The old 2020 election was supposed to be about many familiar issues. It is not anymore.

Up until now, the candidates themselves would supposedly be the story in November. The left had cited President Trump’s tweets and erratic firings as windows into his dark soul.

The right had replied that an addled and befuddled Joe Biden was not really a candidate at all.

Instead, he was a mere facsimile who would have to be carried to the Election Day on the shoulders of the Democratic Party, only shortly to fade away.

Issues themselves are no longer likely to decide the election either. Not long ago progressives argued that the miracle Trump economy was in shambles, done in by plague, quarantine and riot.

The right had countered that deregulation, energy development, tax reform and reindustrialization that made America Great would make American Great — Again.


For nearly a month, the nation has been consumed by massive protests and chronic riots, looting and arson.

The Internet is aflame with self-appointed sleuths. They scour hours of video, and millions of words, searching for an indiscreet past remark — as fodder to take out a political opponent, a rival for a job or a personal enemy.


The angry and the demonstrating are loud and visible; their opponents are angry and quiet.

The election will reveal not just who is more numerous — but sadly also who is the angriest.

Do we want people voting based purely on anger? I know I don’t. Anger short-circuits reason and logic. The last thing anyone should be basing their votes upon is just emotion, i.e. feelz. From history we know that is a bad idea.


From the “Just When I Thought They Couldn’t Get Any Stupider” Department comes this from California.

It appears the California Legislature has voted to remove protections against discrimination from the state constitution, specifically Article I, Section 31 which states:

(a) The State shall not discriminate against, or grant preferential treatment to, any individual or group on the basis of race, sex, color, ethnicity, or national origin in the operation of public employment, public education, or public contracting.

(b) This section shall apply only to action taken after the section’s effective date.

(c) Nothing in this section shall be interpreted as prohibiting bona fide qualifications based on sex which are reasonably necessary to the normal operation of public employment, public education, or public contracting.

There are five more subsections that go into detail about definitions, penalties, and so on, so I didn’t include them. However, the full text can be found here.

Is it the intention of the legislature to allow discrimination based upon race or sex? Why? What purpose does it serve allowing the state, counties, and municipalities to discriminate? I can think of a number, most which shall allow the legal creation of a system of government discrimination to address past wrongs. Could it lead to a racial/sexual spoils system to punish past discrimination by people long dead? (Yes, that may be pushing it, but then we are dealing with California, so anything is possible.)

Fortunately the California Legislature does not have the last word on this. The proposed amendment, ACA5, will be placed on the November ballot for ratification by the voters. Unfortunately it only takes a simple majority, just over 50% of voters, to ratify state constitutional amendments, the lowest of the 50 states. (The 49 other states require anywhere between 60% and 75% to ratify amendments to their constitutions.)


And that’s the news from Lake Winnipesaukee, where summer is in full swing, preparations for the Fourth continue apace, and where it will be a very short workweek for me this week.


Future The To Back

Seeing the increasing attack upon history by overly-sensitive know-nothings, I am dismayed at the level of ignorance being displayed by those wishing to erase history. They have been convinced that 17th, 18th, 19th, and early/mid 20th century historical figures must be held to 21st century ‘standards’ and ‘sensibilities’. (I am not going to say ‘morals’ because this old curmudgeon is seeing a particular lack of morals from some of the more vocal and active, i.e. destructive history deconstructors.)

Many of these folks decrying the “unwokeness” of historical figures seem to believe the only remedy for the lack of wokeness of those long dead is to erase them from history. The problem is that if we are to continuously hold those in the past to the standards of today, history will continue to be erased and the lessons of history will be lost. Erasing history because someone is offended by an action, or worse, because of a lack of action by historical figures is insane. How is it they believe they can demand modern day ideological purity from people who have been dead for decades or centuries?

Do they really think tearing down statues and defacing or destroying historical monuments will in some way punish the dead and change history? That they may subconsciously believe such things proves to me that they really do not understand history, that advances in human knowledge, morality, and ethics doesn’t happen all at once. It is something that takes place in steady steps, fits and starts, and profound leaps. Sometimes it is evolutionary and other times it’s revolutionary. Sometimes there were missteps, side trips, and blind alleys before history played out as it did. But the deconstructionists don’t seem to care.

Please don’t misunderstand – the ‘deconstructionists’ aren’t numerous, but they are vocal and active. Whether it is from poor education, willful ignorance, or as part of ploy to forward their political agendas makes no difference to me. I just want to see the erasure of history because “someone” is offended to end. It serves no good purpose.

Like Heinlein once said, “Those who ignore history have no past – and no future.” I am amending that to “Those who erase history have no past – and no future.”


A Reminder

Seeing some of the hatred showing up in increasing amounts on the Internet - Twitter, Facebook, Disqus, etc. - I figured we all needed a little reminder about the Real WorldTM:

Remember, on the Internet no one knows you're a dog.


Thoughts On A Sunday

Summer weather has arrived, with hazy, hot, and humid being the adjectives of the day...or next few days. Not that it bothers us here as we have actually been looking forwards to some actual summer weather. With the Fourth of July just under two weeks away, it’s about time that the weather is matching the calendar.

I spent yesterday morning with my ex, Deb, and some customers/friends of the business we used to own. (We sold it when Deb decided to go back to school a few years ago.) It was nice seeing some of the friends we’d made and catching up. We met at the public park along the shore in Alton Bay. The weather was actually pretty good, with a nice breeze and shade from one of the park’s maples keeping us cool. It was nice to get together while overlooking the calm waters of the bay and the folks enjoying their time on their boats.


I have to say I have had just about enough of the whole BLM trope, especially since they don’t really care about black lives, at least not that I can see. BLM has focused all of its attention on the very few incidents where unarmed (or even armed) black people have been killed by police. (There were nine such incidences of that last year. Nine.) But what about the thousand+ black lives ended every year, lives ended by other blacks? What do we hear?

Nothing. Not. A. Word.

Why the silence? This is something they should be yelling from the rooftops. But we hear nothing.

Could it be because it doesn’t fit the “Cops Are Racist” narrative, and therefore is not politically useful?

Update: As of noon today, 60 people were shot, 9 of them fatally, in Chicago this weekend. The youngest victim killed was 3-years old. Most of the victims shot and those killed were in their teens to mid-20’s. All of them were black.

What do we hear from BLM about this? Nothing.


Paraphrasing George Santayana, “Those who ignore history are going to make themselves look like fools.” Case in point, the Congressional Democrats taking a knee for eight minutes of silence for George Floyd.

In and of itself, that’s not a problem. It is perfectly fine for them to do that if they so choose.

What’s ironic is that they decided to wear kente cloths while doing so. It’s not the fact that they wore them that’s ironic, but that the ones they wore were those of the Asante tribe, a tribe that sold thousands of their fellow Africans into slavery.

One has to wonder whether those descendants of the Party of Slavery, the Democrat Party, the ones wearing the “colors” of slavers, either didn’t know or didn’t care about the irony of what they were doing.

That little extra touch they used has certainly muffled the message they thought they were sending.


Want a preview of what we can expect if the Marxists/Antifa/Anarchists and their ilk take over? Here’s what an undercover journalist saw in his recent 5-day stay in CHAZ, CHOP, or whatever they’re calling it these days.

Not pretty.

If you need a little more info on what’s planned, then check out this interview with one of CHAZ/CHOP/Whatever leaders for what they really want: Hell on Earth. What’s worse is that they’ll see it as heaven...for them. Everyone else is screwed.


President Trump’s rally didn’t turn out the way organizers had hoped. Not that there wasn’t enthusiasm and a long list of people wanting to attend. But a concerted effort via Tik-Tok and K-Pop had teens reserving hundreds of tickets for the rally. Those reserving the tickets had no plan to attend, but they ate up reservations for those wishing to attend.

There was also a successful effort by protesters blocking access to metal detectors that meant a lot attending the outdoor venue couldn’t enter. So much for the free expression of political thought...unless you are of the correct political ideology. Then anything goes.

Looks like the political dirty tricks have started and we have to give the first point to the Left.

I hope they don’t expect to get away with it again.


And now for something completely different.

Cool, eh?


And that’s the news from Lake Winnipesaukee, where hazy, hot, and humid is the term for the coming week, the A/C is cranked, and the beaches are busy.


Is America's Oldest Civil Rights Organization Racist?

Is the NRA racist? Is the NRA sexist? The answer to those questions are “Yes”...if you’re a gun-grabbing Democrat. But what if you are not a gun-grabbing Democrat, but just a Democrat. (The two are not automatically synonymous.) You might get a different answer.

What if you are a minority or a woman?

Colion Noir has the answer to that.

The video is 17-minutes in length, but is worth the time to watch.


Don't Be Like Greg...

A warning to take to heart:

This is not a new phenomenon. We've experienced it here in New Hampshire. Colorado is experiencing it. Texas is going through it (though mostly just in Austin, the San Francisco of Texas. Oregon and Washington have suffered greatly from it.

It must be stopped. And Glenn Reynolds has a solution: the Welcome Wagon Project.


Thoughts On A Sunday

It’s been a little cool here in New Hampshire the previous couple of days, with temps only in the 60’s. It hasn’t been conducive to spending time out on the lake.

I noticed there wasn’t nearly as much traffic as I would expect to see over the weekend, so it’s likely the cool temps had something to do with it.


Have you noticed that as the calls to defund police departments have been increasing, that those calling for it have responding to criticism by redefining the word “defund” to mean “cut the police department budget.” But that isn’t what it means.

From Merriam-Webster comes this:

Definition of defund:

transitive verb

:to withdraw funding from

It doesn’t say anything about redirecting funds. That’s not defunding.

But the Democrats have been backpeddling, deciding to change the definition of a long-used word on the fly rather than saying something as simple as “We didn’t mean defund. We meant ‘Cut the police budget and reallocate the funds for social outreach, etc..” But no, better to redefine the word rather than admit they are vocabulary deficient.


How long before the so-called Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone (CHAZ) devolves into a modern-day version of 1793 France? At the moment they have a warlord, though I doubt he’ll remain in power very long. (He’s already being ‘canceled’ due to Twitter posts he made years ago.)

I figure it’s only a matter of time before they come up with something analogous to the Committee of Public Safety.

Can you say Reign of Terror? Of course you can...but don’t, at least of you live in CHAZ. They’ll just target you that much sooner.

As an aside, some of the “citizens” of CHAZ are extorting money from white residents, demanding they hand it over to blacks in the zone, “suggesting” it was for reparations.


I hate to say this, but this UC Berkeley History professor is toast. He/she has called the explicit bias of the faculty and the non-diversity of thought in the UC system into question, an unforgivable sin in the eyes of the Progressive faculty.

It is only a matter of time before this professor is exposed, doxxed, and excommunicated from academia, declared persona non grata and erased from human memory.


Yup. I agree with this wholeheartedly.


Who will protect us from the lawlessness the Democrats are bringing upon us? Will we devolve into a vigilante society where lynchings will become common? (Yes, this would be an extreme case, but possible nonetheless.)

Or will anarchy reign?

Or worse, will the lawlessness be used an excuse to enact harsh laws and generate the forces to required to enforce them, i.e. create a police state that will control every aspect of the citizens’ lives in order to ensure that order is maintained? (It’s been done before and worked quite well for those in power.)


And that’s the news from Lake Winnipesaukee, where the weather is cool, businesses have been reopening, and where Monday is again looming in the near future.


Have The Democrats Miscalculated?

One has to wonder if the Democrats have seriously miscalculated, seeing the protests and the following rioting and looting as a way to take the White House and Senate.

Lawlessness, particularly lawlessness tacitly approved of by Democrat mayors and governors, does not instill confidence in voters. When a mayor orders a city’s police to stand down, taking a “Let it burn” attitude, and governors aren’t willing to call out their state’s National Guard to restore order, it signals to a great many people they their aren’t interested in the oaths they took when the entered office, don’t care that their constituents lives and property are endangered, and are pandering to groups that truly care little about the law, despite their protestations to the contrary. (I am not referring to the legitimate protesters, but those who used the protests more as a cover to loot and burn.)

It has been speculated the aforementioned mayors and governors have taken the actions (or inactions) as a means of forcing the President to act, to bring in federal troops to quell the lawlessness they permitted, all to foster the “Trump the dictator” narrative the Democrats and their Socialist brethren have been selling since before he took office and are trying to keep going until this November. However, Trump hasn’t taken the bait.

While the Democrats and the media anticipated getting the optics they so desperately craved of Trump sending in soldiers with bayonets fixed charging at the “peaceful protesters,” what they got instead was the sudden appearance of a bunch of federal tactical units from the FBI, the Secret Service, the DEA, ATF, the U.S. Marshals Service, the Bureau of Prisons, and other agencies, in full gear, many with no rifles, and certainly no bayonets.

As the entire nation is about to belatedly discover, federal agents do not need the permission of governors or mayors before they can enter a state or a city to enforce federal laws and arrest those who are breaking them.

And it happens to be a federal crime to conduct terror attacks against American communities.

I guess the mayors and governors forgot that little detail.


Bumper Stickers - An Alternate Use

Seen in the comments over at Knuckledraggin:

Does anybody know where I can get some oversize "Trump 2020" bumper stickers? During the next BLM/Antifa riot I want to use them to cover up the Biden and Bernie stickers on the cars near the riots.



Where Has The Time Gone?

It was 18 years ago today that my dear brother started this blog. Later that same day I made my first blog post since we’d shut down our own old World Domination, Inc. website on Geocities a year or so prior. (Our motto was “Subjugating Humanity One Individual At A Time.”)

More than 5,000 posts, three different web hosts, and 18 years later and it’s still here. While my dear brother rarely posts here these days and I post only three or four days a week, I still keep it going. I have plans to increase the frequency of my posts as my workload in the real world returns to normal (whatever ‘normal’ is these days).

Here’s to another 18 years or so!


Former Police Officer's Rant About George Floyd, Riots, Looting, Killing, and White Virtue Signaling

It was the WP Mom who came across this on Facebook and it aligns with what I wrote in today’s Thoughts On A Sunday.

Brandon Tatum, a former police officer with the Tuscon, Arizona Police Department, went off on the whole BLM movement, the looting and rioting in black neighborhoods, the virtue signaling by “woke” whites, that it’s not racism but mindsets in black neighborhoods that cause the problems.

Here is Tatum’s take on what’s been happening here in America since George Floyd’s untimely death.

Thoughts On A Sunday

Are we starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel in Coronavirus America?

Things are reopening here in New Hampshire, with restrictions of restaurants being removed on 6 of the 10 counties in state, and hotels, motels, inns, B&Bs, and seasonal rentals open for for business. People are going back to work, summer attractions, state parks and beaches are open, and there is a feeling of optimism.

It’s a nice feeling.


The protests over the death of George Floyd have involved Black Lives Matter, a group based upon the premise that police are killing too many black men and women. It does happen. There’s no denying the fact that police have gone too far on occasion. BLM would have you believe it happens every day, that the major cause of intentional deaths among the black American community are racist police officers. It is for that reason that I can in no way support BLM because it is a prevarication.

If BLM was protesting against all homicide deaths of black Americans, I would consider it an organization worthy of support. But they don’t. They ignore the thousands of homicides of black Americans committed by other blacks. The biggest cause of untimely deaths of black men in the US is other black men. Not cops. Not whites. Not ‘others’.

When BLM starts addressing this in earnest, starts working in black communities to help stop the slaughter of black men by others in their community, I will give them my wholehearted support.


One has to wonder if Professor Joshua Mitchell will lose his job at Georgetown University for exposing some uncomfortable truths such as the following:

George Floyd’s death and the violent aftermath has prompted questions about what sort of world we live in. If we live in a liberal world that Christianity makes possible, George Floyd’s death is a singular transgression, which law can and will punish. George Floyd was a person. So, too, was the policeman who killed him. Persons are protected by the law; and those persons granted policing authority by the liberal state have a somber responsibility to use their vested authority to protect persons rather than to harm them. That is why the death of a civilian by police hands will always attract attention. The same original sin that is the basis for establishing the category of persons is also the reason why a policing force must be vigilantly watched.

What if we do not live in a liberal world that Christianity makes possible? What if, under the pretext of liberalism and Christianity, America is still pagan? That is, what if America has always been a white nation, and still is? This is the position of many on the American left today. It is a position that holds that the black man, George Floyd, and the white police officer responsible for his death, are representatives of blood nations, not singular persons. The murder of one by the other is representative of the collective murder of one people by the other. American law cannot bring about justice, because each blood nation has its own justice, from which marginalized blood nations can never benefit. American law is white law. Street vengeance, therefore, is the only recourse—whether we call them protests or riots. White people must die, as a just exchange for the black people who have died.


Americans today are torn between these two distinctly different understandings of what justice entails: pagan blood payment between peoples, which treats persons as mere proxies; or liberal justice, whose foundation is, finally, the Christian understanding of persons. Paganism, let us remember, is the natural condition of man, the condition for which there is no remedy without the divine antidote that breaks in upon the natural world and informs us that justice entails more than cathartic rage that settles scores. An observer with a trained eye will see in the aftermath of George Floyd’s death an America that cannot decide between pagan justice and liberal justice, and which has settled into a dangerous and unstable intermediate arrangement having elements of both. Logic would dictate that either we go back to guiltless paganism or go forward to guilt-ridden, person-centered, liberalism. We have guilt-ridden paganism instead, another name for which is identity politics.

As Mark Tapscott writes, “[Mitchell] has exposed the stark chasm between those who view America through the bloody lens of collective guilt and those who cherish it for its emphasis on individual innocence and guilt.”

I expect the “pagans” at Georgetown University will be screaming for Mitchell’s head in 3...2...1...


As a follow-on there’s this from Intellectual Takeout reminding us that reminding us that in the face of the anarchy we’ve been experiencing during the rioting, looting, vandalism, and beatings/killings, we can count only on ourselves.

Stepping into the wide space of the kitchen and family room, you find three people enjoying themselves as if at a party. One is drinking from the bottle of gin while sitting on the breakfast table, directing his two comrades. “Take the laptop,” he says. “And be careful with that vase. It might be worth something.”

The girl is gathering up things – the wallet you’d left on your writing table, the cell phone plugged in and recharging by the sink, the checkbook lying by the laptop. The third guy is strolling through the family room spraying the wooden floor with an accelerant from a plastic bottle, the odor of gasoline already filling the air.

You raise the rifle, stock in your shoulder, and order them to stop.


What’s next?


Some of us might shrug and abandon the house to the flames, telling ourselves that these young intruders were frustrated by our political system.

Others might attempt to appeal to their better natures, explaining that if they destroy and steal all that we own they will leave us homeless and with no means of supporting ourselves.

And some of us, including me, would begin shooting without a qualm in the world.

I would shoot, too. I wouldn’t be pondering whether or not they’re frustrated by our political system, nor would I appeal to their better natures (they may have none). I would shoot them because they broke into my home, were stealing my property, and were preparing to burn down my home with me in it. That would cancel any accommodation I might have considered. They had no qualms about possibly killing me, so I would have absolutely none about ending their lives.


As I have mentioned in an earlier post, another side-effect of the rioting has been the expansion of food deserts in places that can least afford them. One of those places is the South Side of Chicago which saw the looting of a number food markets/stores including a Walmart.

The chances are Walmart and the other markets won’t reopen despite the mayor’s urgent plea not to leave.

Why, exactly, would major retailers choose to rebuild and re-open stores that were burned to the ground or otherwise destroyed by rioters? What is there in the current response to riots by big city politicians that provides any assurance that the same thing won’t happen again? If you owned a store in an area that was destroyed by rioters, would you invest more money in the same location?

It makes sense for them to cut their losses, even though it will make an already under-served area even more so. All that “free s**t” the looters stole is going to cost them and everyone else in their neighborhood a lot more than they realize.


The Feral Irishman brings up the subject of how the ‘double standard’ works, specifically regarding the death of Australian Justine Diamond at the hands of black Minneapolis police officer Mohammed Noor, a Somalian immigrant.

Do you remember all the riots after that killing, a police officer killing an innocent and unarmed woman?

Neither do I.

(H/T Pirate’s Cove)


We’ve been hearing about how the Democrat cities being burned by the “woke” protesters are planning to de-fund their police departments and “replace them with something transformative.” Okay, I’ll bite.

What exactly will Minneapolis and any of the other cities planning to de-fund their police departments replace them with? What will the mission of this “transformative” alternative be? How will it function? Who will staff it? Will it perform the same law enforcement functions as the police department it is meant to replace? Wouldn’t that mean it is still a police department, just using a different name? How will it not be the same as a police department?

If it is not going to act as a law enforcement agency, then what exactly will it be?

No one has explained how law enforcement will be handled. Will it devolve into neighborhood militias? Will there be some version of the Geheim Staatzpolizei or Komitet Gosudarstvennoy Bezopasnosti to deal with undesirable “unwoke” citizens? Or will it be handled by brute squads, thugs used to beat down anyone the city government thinks needs it?

All we’re hearing now is that it will supposedly be better than what they have now.

Yeah. Right.


And that’s the news from Lake Winnipesaukee, where summer resorts, camps, restaurants, and amusements are reopening, where summer weather keeps getting even better, and where boating is continuing apace.


D-Day Remembered

76 years ago today the greatest amphibious invasion in history took place. The Allies landed in Normandy, starting the liberation of France from under the power of Nazi Germany. The mobilization of so many soldiers, paratroopers, sailors, and airmen has not been seen since.

So much has been written about D-Day, so many movies have been made, and still we cannot possibly know or fully understand what those who went through it experienced. Hopefully, no one ever will.

The closest any of us may come to understanding is the scenes of D-Day as depicted in the movie Saving Private Ryan. I watched that movie with my then roommate, his father, and his father’s friend. Both of the older gentlemen were veterans of WWII and had landed on the beaches of Normandy on June 6, 1944. As the scenes depicting Omaha Beach were showing on the screen, I could see my roommate’s father as his hands gripped the armrests, knuckles pale. His friend had tears running down his face.

The only thing they said as we left the movie theater was “That’s what it was like.” It was a quiet ride home.

It is with this in mind that I present this video, the music composed by John Williams for the movie.


"Your Moral Compass Is A Windsock"

I just saw this from Larry Correia posted on Instapundit and felt I had to repost it here.

Yes, I realize that Insty has about a million more viewers than I do. That’s not important. What I’ve posted below is, and the dozen or so readers I have should see it whether it’s here or over at Instapundit.

A friend of mine posted about seeing this: “Where are all you gun owners now that the federal government and police are attacking citizens in the streets?? Now that the National Guard is out oppressing citizens? I thought this was the moment you’re waiting for? So why aren’t you out there fighting them with your guns? You’re nothing but a bunch of fucking cowards!”

My response was the GIF of Nelson Muntz going HA HA. :D

But I’ve seen this sentiment a lot too over the last few days, so please if you are so incredibly fucking dumb that you are actually wondering why America’s gun culture aren’t commuting into the democrat cities you have banned us from in order to get into gun fights with the National Guard on your behalf, allow me to elaborate.

Hypothetical Liberal “Ally” Who Lives in the Suburbs Which Aren’t On Fire – “Hey, gun owners! Here is some civil unrest! Why won’t you come and help us?”

Snort. Fuck off. :D

“Pussies! Why not?”

Well, every single gun nut in America has spent their entire adult life being continually mocked, insulted, and belittled by the left. You’ve done nothing but paint us as the bad guys.

In Hollywood, we’re always evil, stupid, violent, malicious, redneck, racist, murderers. That’s so ingrained in the liberal religion that when “ally” Harvey Weinstein was trying to get out of being a sleazy rapist, his repentance consisted of promising to make more movies about how the NRA is bad.

In the news, everything is always our fault. If there is a mass murder, we can always count on the vultures to swoop in and blame America’s gun culture. They flog it for weeks on end, 24/7 coverage, hoping for gun control. And if the identity of the shooter doesn’t fit the narrative, it drops off the news in mere hours.

And then at the local, state, and federal level, legally speaking, the left fucks us at every opportunity. You ban everything you can get away with. You ban things that literally make no sense. You ban shit just out of spite.

When we fight back against gun control laws, you declare we are stupid because only the police should have guns (hey, aren’t those the guys you are protesting right now?)

“Stupid racist rednecks! We live in a civilized society! Don’t you realize the police will protect us?” until when your democrat cities are on fire, and you call 911 and the operator tells you sorry, the police can’t come to your house right now, please try not to get murdered… How is that strict gun control working out for you?

Then you did everything in your power to chase gun owners out of your sainted liberal strongholds. You passed laws. You banned everything we like. Forced all the shooting ranges to close. Forced most of the gun stores to close. And just generally let us know that our kind is not welcome there.

But now you’ve started some shit, YOU want US to go into democrat cities, with democrat mayors, and democrat police chiefs enforcing democrat policies which cause strife among democrats, in order to get into gun fights on your behalf?

How fucking gullible do you think we are? :D Like holy shit. Damn dude!

Because we all know that literally 30 seconds after a gun nut blows away a government employee on your behalf, then all the national media coverage of the riots will instantly cease (sorta like the Corona Virus coverage did) and it’ll be back to the news breathlessly reporting about right wing extremist gun nuts, and all you useless fucks would go back to whining for more dumb ass gun control.

You’ve already thrown the black community under the bus, cheering as their neighborhoods get burned and yours are safe. Seriously, white liberals are the shittiest “allies” in history, and your moral foundation has the consistency of Play-Doh. Your moral compass is a wind sock.

Just a little while ago, gun nuts had a massive peaceful protest in Virginia. Tens of thousands of people turned out to protest gun control proposals from a democrat with a penchant for wearing black face (he still considers himself an “ally” though!) They didn’t break any windows. They didn’t kill any puppies. They didn’t burn any horses. They didn’t flip any police cars or murder any security guards. They were downright boring. They were polite, and even cleaned up their litter.

Except then you called them domestic terrorists, and were super sad that they didn’t get massacred by the government (said government you are now mad at for killing people, because again, you fuckers ain’t exactly consistent).

Liberal “allies” are quick to call gun nuts the bad guys, but we’re not trying to disarm people. We want everybody to be able to defend themselves. It’s a common thing to see some meme on the internet, showing a black family shooting or posing with their guns, with some caption like “bet this offends the NRA”, which is liberal projection, because in reality in my social circles everybody is like, “fuck yeah, good for them”. And the harshest complaints I’ve seen have been about trigger finger discipline or lack of eye protection.

My side isn’t the one that wants the state to have a monopoly on force. We know the 2nd is for everybody, regardless of skin color or where you live. You fuckers are the ones who keep declaring we can’t fight the government with AR-15s because they have tanks and nukes, but then you bumbling fuckheads try it by throwing rocks?

So not only no, but hell no.

As the Instaprof commented at the end of Larry’s rant, “As we say, harsh, but fair.”

As usual, they very folks that have been after us, denigrating us, threatening us, coming after us because we refuse to conform, to live in their delusional world under their insane (an amoral) rules, are the very same ones that want us to clean up the shitstorm they created. On top of that, they also blame us for that very same shitstorm even though we had absolutely nothing to do with it. This is something of their own making. Let them deal with the consequences of their actions (or lack thereof).