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wwjd Wrote:As an example; Have you ever seen in any other country that "civilians" can go to an "government" building in full army gear and automatic guns with lots of clips and don't get arrested? That was the case in Michigan. As well in Charlottesville VA. As long as such is tolerated then this country is lawless.
You give Trump far far too much credit. I would agree he believes its OK to have people murdered, and he would make it legal to murder people for many reasons. Example, Trump would sign into a law that makes it legal to murder someone who stole something from you, or murder someone who has commit other crimes against you or family. Trump would likely want to bring back vigilante justice to the lower classes of our society as long as the upper class a protected from the lower classes.
I could easily see him using "vigilante justice" as a campaign slogan because that idea greatly appeals to his gun owning base. They love the fantasy of making it legal to chase down minorities in their pickup trucks and shooting them with shotguns, and have vigilante laws that backup up their right to take justice into their own hands.
The clearest proof of the idiocy of the Michigan protesters is this man:
To give you an idea how crazy this country has become, you need to go back in time, to 1967, when Ronald Reagan signed the Mulford Act. In 1967, it was legal to openly carry weapons on the street, However, when the Black Panthers walked into the legislature carrying rifles, it quickly became illegal. After that "oh shit" moment, the bill was passed in record time.
Both Republicans and Democrats in California supported increased gun control. Governor Ronald Reagan, who was coincidentally present on the capitol lawn when the protesters arrived, later commented that he saw "no reason why on the street today a citizen should be carrying loaded weapons" and that guns were a "ridiculous way to solve problems that have to be solved among people of good will." In a later press conference, Reagan added that the Mulford Act "would work no hardship on the honest citizen