Soros Funded St. Louis Circuit Attorney Threatens Legal Action Against Property Owners Who Defended Themselves Against Rampaging Mob…

This is a great example why law-abiding citizens need to be very involved in local elections.  The husband and wife who defended themselves and protected their property from looters/protestors are now being threatened by a Soros funded STL Circuit Attorney.

Ms. Kimberly M Gardner is an activist within the legal profession who has an expressed purpose to destroy property rights, advance the cause of a socialist society, and collapse the legal system that allows citizens to protect themselves from the rampaging mob.

ST. Louis Dispatch […] The McCloskeys had been at home and heard a loud commotion coming from the street; they went to investigate and saw “a large group of subjects forcefully break an iron gate marked with ‘No Trespassing’ and ‘Private Street’ signs,” police said.

“The group began yelling obscenities and threats of harm to both victims,” police said. “When the victims observed multiple subjects who were armed, they then armed themselves and contacted police.”

Police are continuing the investigate the incident on Portland Place but are labeling it as a case of trespassing and fourth-degree assault by intimidation.

Meanwhile, were the couple, as they stood on their own property, within their rights to point weapons at protesters? Gun rights advocates say yes. A police spokesperson said to ask “the courts.”

Anders Walker, a constitutional law professor at St. Louis University, said that although it’s “very dangerous” to engage protesters with guns, the homeowners broke no laws by brandishing or pointing weapons at them because Portland Place is a private street. He said the McCloskeys are protected by Missouri’s Castle Doctrine, which allows people to use deadly force to defend private property.

“At any point that you enter the property, they can then, in Missouri, use deadly force to get you off the lawn,” Walker said, calling the state’s Castle Doctrine a “force field” that “indemnifies you, and you can even pull the trigger in Missouri.”

Luckily, Walker said, no one got shot.

“There’s no right to protest on those streets,” Walker said. “The protesters thought they had a right to protest, but as a technical matter, they were not allowed to be there. … It’s essentially a private estate. If anyone was violating the law, it was the protesters. In fact, if (the McCloskeys) have photos of the protesters, they could go after them for trespassing.”

St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kimberly M. Gardner appeared to take a different view, releasing a statement Monday that said she’s “alarmed at the events that occurred over the weekend where peaceful protestors (sic) were met by guns and a violent assault.”

Gardner said her office is investigating. (read more)

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340 Responses to Soros Funded St. Louis Circuit Attorney Threatens Legal Action Against Property Owners Who Defended Themselves Against Rampaging Mob…

  1. Val says:

    What is this guy pointing at them?

    «’Keep moving!’ Moment lawyer couple brandish an AR-15 and a handgun at protesters marching past their mansion in an upscale St. Louis neighborhood»

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8467075/St-Louis-couple-point-firearms-protesters-outside-home-marching-demand-mayors-resignation.html

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    • Heika says:

      Its a mic.

      Liked by 3 people

      • GB Bari says:

        I’d bet Mrs. McCloskey didn’t know it was a mic but from 20 or so feet away thought it was a rifle pointed at her. She has some guts facing him down.

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      • The Defiant One says:

        The first instance I saw that picture I thought it the barrel of a Rifle. Keep in mind that was from a quick glance without Adrenaline running through my system.

        Imagine if 400 angry screaming people entered your property ILLEGALLY and you saw something that looked like that while trying to keep situational awareness. Ms. Walker stayed calm in the face of this MOB!

        As for that Circuit Attorney, Gardener, she’s trying to do to these people what that MOB couldn’t.

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        • jay says:

          There is no violation of first amendment here because there is NO government interference.

          The land pirates have NO claim to first amendment rights because they are on private property. The first amendment restrictions of time place and manner do not apply to private property.

          The only thing the pirates have is a demented prosecutor who needs to read up on TPM restrictions and basic 1st amendment jurisprudence.

          On the other hand,

          The sign was clear- no trespassing. The homeowners have a tort claim for trespassing. There is vídeo the gate was closed and they pushed it open.

          The homeowners or association have a tort claim for damage to the gate. The video shows the gate was sound and then 1/2 the gate was broken in two.

          The homeowners may have an emotional distress claim – depending on MO law.

          The homeowners may have libel and slander claims depending on how much BS the media spews – give’em time, the media will invent whatever crap they need to make these two into a modern day Bonnie and Clyde. Then Bingo! Better call Lincoln Wood!

          The homeowners may have a claim for damages to their business and reputation.

          And if the demented prosecutor goes after them they may have a wrongful prosecution claim.

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      • Fubu says:

        A shotgun mic? Looks threatening to me.

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      • Friskycat says:

        It looks like a gun! Why was he pointing a mic at her? What about the intimation of the mob!!!!! This is all upside down!!!!!

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    • mr.piddles says:

      “What is this guy pointing at them?”

      That’s a “shotgun microphone”. I know, unfortunate name. Shotgun mics are highly directional (i.e, they really zone in on what you point it at), and used in video production, etc. The round part that makes it look like a Ray Gun is a suspension device that absorbs shock, so the mic doesn’t pick up little bumps. It also looks like he’s looking at a display there, so he’s got the mic attached to some video device. Home owner is not happy about it, though… maybe she thinks it’s a weapon.

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      • Val says:

        Interesting! Thank you!
        I’d think it’s a weapon too.

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      • jfhdsiu says:

        I’m legally blind from the Viet Nam war. “I” thought it WAS a weapon. Older people don’t see as well and UNDER THE STRESS OF FEARING FOR ONE’S LIFE she had EVERY RIGHT to think it was a weapon….

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        • mr.piddles says:

          Don’t worry, at first glance I thought: “Is that guy pointing a gun at her?!?”. I had to look closely. :^p Then I thought: “what a freaking IDIOT.”

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      • Moe Grimm says:

        I don’t give a fiddlin’Fk what the hamster is holding. They broke the gate and were threatening them. Where we live a property owner could leave them on the No one in St. Lois shows up to give this couple any back after their names, addresses, phone #’s are splashed out? Even the guys office address. If this happens here they’ll be “reporting” a different after action report. When the hell do Men of the West stand up? I’m still wild angry from seeing whites washing blax feet. Yeah, I have something for their “feet”. These cucks make me SICK.

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    • Carly says:

      Someone said it’s a mic with a camera. But if we’re not sure, how could she be sure?

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    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      This affirmative action “circuit attorney” is blowing a lot of hot air.
      Arrogance + dumbth(c.SteveAllen) make for a bad combination.

      Police investigating the incident are considering it a case of fourth-degree assault by intimidation against the protesters!

      Leftists like her forget the old maxim Engage brain before opening mouth.

      Val ~ Looks like that is some sort of projection microphone he’s aiming at her.

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      • mike says:

        If we had functioning law enforcement, the FBI would pick the activist lawyer up for communist subversion, conspiracy with terrorists before the state could disbar the beotch.

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        • As a Man Thinkth says:

          This attorney must have obtained her degree with affirmative action green stamps…Why do hard working, tax paying citizens continue to allow these activist to hold public office…If this attorney were white and openly chastised the protesters, there would be riots in front of her office, demanding her immediate resignation …No, we have jobs, mortgages to pay, 401K’s, and kids to pick up from soccer … Most are to busy being Americans, to get involved with saving America …end of rant

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      • Mike Dennis says:

        What century are you living in? The left can now do whatever it wants with the law. Republican governor? Crickets. The DOJ — you know that civil rights stuff? Crickets.
        Just ask Lucas Gerhard or Garrett Rolfe about “blowing hot air”.

        I would not at all be surprised to find that the Republican establishment has sold out to the Dems and their chaos just to get Trump out and keep their own corruption hidden.

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        • mike says:

          Just marking US devolution. However, there is a backlash overdue…

          Liked by 1 person

          • Mike Dennis says:

            And right after I posted that here comes Senator Braun (R) Indiana on Tucker tonight praising BLM and condemning Garrett Rolfe without a clue on the law and police procedures. The country (led by the left and RINO’s) is now officially on suicide watch.

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        • Friskycat says:

          The National Guard needs to put an end to all this!!!!!!

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        • redline says:

          “…the Republican establishment has sold out…”

          They did that when candidate Trump took the lead in the primaries, months before the GOP convention.

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        • Sassy says:

          The “Republican” governor is associated with the lawyer for these two “Democrat” lawyers. Their lawyer was also the lawyer for the husband of the woman who accused the previous governor, Greitens, of sexting a photo of her, among other debunked charges, which eventually led to his resignation, thus resulting in the ascension of the current governor to Greitens’s position. The lawyer was given over a hundred thousand dollars by a publisher pal of the now current governor, source of the money questionable and purpose of the money equally questionable, but now thought to possibly have been payment in return for the accusations. Gardner mixed up in the business, as well. The entire Greitens situation seems to have been a political dirty trick, perpetrated by unusual allies–people who ordinarily would be at each other’s throats. However, “the enemy of my enemy is my friend.” Greitens was an “outsider” and a disrupter, unliked by many on both sides of the aisle but duly elected by the people. He was not unlike Trump in that regard and was treated similarly to Trump. One coup successful, the other not.

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    • texasooz57 says:

      Doesn’t matter what the “trespassers” are pointing at the property owners because, according to Sundance’s article, the property owners would have been within the law to pull the trigger. The property owners were out-numbered and have every right to protect their lives and property.

      Mainstream media is making the homeowners the bad guys. And the “trespassers” the victims. I can’t express how angry this makes me feel right now.

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      • suejeanne1 says:

        I think the property owners were incredibly courageous – and actually very polite to meet them outside with their guns, giving them an “opportunity” to retreat after the initial incursion –

        what if they had stayed inside their house and shot at the invaders?

        they gave them the opportunity to leave – they need to be arrested for damaging property (the gate), trespassing on the property and threatening assault, intimidation –

        if the couple had not been able to fend them off with their weapons of self-defense, they might not even be alive today

        is THIS the hill for Soros and his minions?

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      If you listen to the audio one of them said you got your money shot. They went in there with the intention of creating a flashpoint and an iconic image.

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    • The Daily Mail is the worst possible website to link to. They are a biased, left-wing Trump hating website. Worse than Drudge!

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  2. JRD says:

    This gives us official legal permission to go to Soros’ home and trash it !

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  3. jfhdsiu says:

    How will they carry OUT those threats against private law abiding citizens? They’ll use the POLICE of course. It’s NOT LIKE they are busy DEFENDING THE PUBLIC so they have plenty of cop muscle to overpower innocent private citizens with. HOW IRONIC IS ‘THAT’?

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    • jnr2d2 says:

      Like Roger Stone.

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    • Jederman says:

      If the follow the law, it will just be threats. MO has a castle law. It appeared that was actually the first time those two actually held those weapons but they were within their rights I believe.

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      • Ohio Cyclist says:

        If it really were the first time the owners held those weapons, then I hope they would spend some time getting firearms instruction, and sooner rather than later. Their property is probably large enough that they could place a target or two in places where they could practice their shooting. Then the next time the trespassers stop by, one or more warning shots could be fired at those targets.

        The gate could use a warning. Perhaps something like, “we shoot every fifth trespasser and the fourth one just left”

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      • Amy2 says:

        Is the Castle law in MO for defending private property? (per the Dispatch article) In Florida it is to defend yourself against against a forcible felony (bodily harm/death). You can’t just use it if your property is being destroyed. I’m not saying that they shouldn’t have been ready to defend their lives, but in Florida, it has to be imminent BODILY harm.

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      • Jimmy Jack says:

        Yes and no. With so many weaponized agencies now – like the I RS for example, they’ll go after them in other ways.

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  4. Charlie says:

    Really, such Markist, socialist insanity comment if you were serious.

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  5. Kelly says:

    A peaceful protest does not have a right
    on private property.., especially on
    residential private property!! This
    is a private community ! An if this bs
    takes hold in our society then they are
    saying protesters can protest right outside your front door or beyond. It then becomes
    personal life threatening ! People should
    Really think how far will we let this get pushed..

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    • thedoc00 says:

      Look at picture of gate to property. That does not look too peaceful to me.

      Liked by 6 people

    • mike says:

      The gate needs an upgrade,
      I’d actually seal it through the November craziness e.g.full metal or 1″ plywood.
      Forget the looks, strongly sealed is more secure and removes temptation.

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    • C’mon man says:

      Democrat circuit attorney. Did she even go to Law?

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      • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

        Affirmative action degree plan. Show up to classes occasionally. Be nice to the teacher. Turn in long rambling homework essays to show you tried. Get minimum passing grades for attendance and be moved along through the system. Have government pay for the education of course until required number of class hours are accumulated. Accept sheepskin and go join some leftwing legal firm.

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      • jay says:

        She is clueless. A first amendment claim requires government interference, it cannot apply on someone’s private property-
        Their front or back yard. This prosecutor is barking up the wrong tree.

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        • Jan says:

          No, she’s not. I have a longer discussion below but what do you suppose the no bail, no prosecution for shop lifters under $1,000, immediate release back on the streets, no prosecution of Antifa & BLM people rioting & looting or harming people, taking over the streets to put in place the mob to interfere with government, not letting the police in, etc., is all about?

          She’s saying the MOB rules & we’re coming for your life, your property and/or throw your sorry a** in jail for being white or any other color if you don’t do what we tell you to & give us what we want. And she doesn’t care about the laws on the books.

          I predict double assaults on local government & gated communities.

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    • As a Man Thinkth says:

      Perhaps this was an intentional probe into the law as it is relates to “Gated communities”…Some bought and paid for activist judge may rule…”the protestors have a right to demonstrate within the very districts that uphold and represent white exceptionalism…who knows what judges will do, they seem to make it up as they go along.

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  6. littleanniesfannie says:

    It would seem to me that the McCloskeys were peacefully protesting the invasion of their homestead. Protesters carry signs not rifles. Protester speak not invade. Protesters are calm and reasonable. Criminals break down gates and trespass. Criminals try to intimidate homeowners who are on their property. Criminals come onto private property without permission.
    Idiots defend criminals!

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  7. annieoakley says:

    No she isn’t and her husband isn’t either. They restored this mansion and they will defend their right to own property for all of us.

    Liked by 9 people

    • Sherri Young says:

      The way I read it, the prosecutor is racist. The McCloskeys are wealthy and white. The prosecutor and her ilk are the racists who tear down the country.

      (My mother developed a habit of using pronouns for which there were never antecedents.)

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  8. mr.piddles says:

    Sarcasm, I hope.

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  9. jfhdsiu says:

    Functional illiterates have NO sense of decency. AMERICANS protecting themselves via the SECOND AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION and low life COMMUNISTS blame “them”.. I fought a WAR to protect those people’s right to protect themselves via the SECOND AMENDMENT. I’m ready to DO IT AGAIN. and I’m WELL TRAINED in that task.

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  10. Carly says:

    A premature rush to judgment. The couple are lawyers and they are currently defending a victim of police brutality (newspaper’s choice of words).

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  11. kmilt16 says:

    Per the St.Louis Dispatch their attorney Watkins said: “My clients, as melanin-deficient human beings, are completely respectful of the message Black Lives Matter needs to get out, especially to whites…

    Melanin-deficient human beings? Another bend the knee cop-out. This couple was entirely within their rights to protect themselves from a roving mob. Especially after the mob breaks into and tears down a private entrance.

    They were quickly doxed on Twitter. I read the comments encouraging people to “get them,” and their stupid comments about the sidewalk being public so “we have every right to be here.”

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      They have made donations to the Democratic Party. These chickens didn’t think their political beliefs would
      come home to roost

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  12. digleigh says:

    Isnt she the one being investigated for Soros shenanigans in the Eric Greitens case??

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    • listingstarboard says:

      Thats what I was going to say–Gardner orchestrated that whole phony hoax against him–WTH is she still even an attorney?

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  13. omyword says:

    70% dont even vote except for presidential elections….maybe. The small town I lived in for years was as conservative as any. Ended up with a woke demoncat mayor. Not once, or twice. 3 times before people even tried to get involved. And then it took many dozens of people going door to door begging people to vote. Narrowly defeated on 3rd term.

    Dont bother me, Im watching netflix! Not sarcasim.

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  14. Teddy says:

    Scum ideology will result in ghetto outcomes; because when you pour scum in, only scum will come out. And, these folks are whack scum; through and through.

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  15. treehouseron says:

    Only thing I can say is, the Lord must have been there with everybody involved keeping them safe, that could have went so bad, so easily.

    Somebody makes one aggressive move towards that woman and she shoots at them, that guy would have needed to empty that clip to keep them off of him, then the two of them likely would have been beaten to death by the mob.

    I mean we were a flinch away from 20 people dead.

    We’re in a situation where Roving mobs of hundreds of people think they’re justified to break into and destroy private property.

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    • GB Bari says:

      Listen to Dan Bongino’s impassioned warning regarding this incident today on his podcast.

      Start at about 2:50 and watch up to about 11:45 (or keep watching to see the next example he presents about this BLM protesting getting dangerously close to a catastrophic point.)

      Liked by 2 people

    • RobInPA says:

      Yes, and this (unfortunately) is why it is reasonable, practical, prudent and expected to have at least five or more fully loaded 30 round mags immediately ready, handy and carry-able.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      No, they have already gone way past that point. They’ve burned many cities down. And it started under The Kenyan. May-Jun 2020 is just a continuation because they have nothing else. And they want you to believe, Tucker C does anyway, that they are the most popular guys on the street in America. B.S. TC. You Lie.

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  16. palafox says:

    Is it really that hard to find some federal offense Soros has committed and arrest him for it?

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    • Tl Howard says:

      If the POTUS can only protect people and provide for their safety as Americans on FEDERAL LANDS, then a POTUS really is a paper tiger domestically.

      Of course, I actually think HE CAN do something and should. He should direct his AG to go after all mayors, all governors who have shown they did NOT do anything

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      • jsh says:

        RICO laws, laws against subversion and treason laws, unfortunately, the institutions have all been taken over by communist traitors. Laws do not apply to THEM, or communists, only Americans. Are they trying to establish that Americans have no right to use their guns to defend their homes?

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    • Joemama says:

      If Soros resists arrest by asking why he being arrested, he is guilty of obstruction of justice. If he doesn’t remember a telephone conversation with a foreigner from 5 years ago verbatim, he is guilty of collusion with a foreign power and could be prosecuted under the Logan Act.

      It works for the democrats and the FBI.

      /s

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      • jsh says:

        No, no. Those laws and tactics are for AMERICANS, not the communist revolutionaries within and without of the corporate state.

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  17. CM-TX says:

    You meant the [circuit attorney] “woman” is racist, correct?

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  18. BehindEnemyLinesInCal says:

    I expect the police to issue a statement saying there is no evidence of intentional unlawful actions by the husband and wife victims. No reasonable prosecutor would prosecute this case.

    — J Comey —

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  19. An says:

    Under the castle doctrine, they had the right to *kill* the rioters. Inherent in that right is the right to point guns at them. If one is okay but not the other, then that opens the perverse incentive to kill them all so that there’s no one left to feel threatened.

    Finally, there’s the fact that they were not the aggressors here and had a legitimate fear of harm. In fact, they were harmed by said gate crashers.

    Make sure that all of you guys make time for jury duty. I’m not saying you wouldn’t do that anyway, but do your best not to defer it or what have you, but attend, judge fairly, and out any activists trying to put their thumbs on the scale of justice.

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    • GB Bari says:

      But proclaim ignorance when asked about any of this during jury vetting.
      “I’m not sure. I’d want to see and hear what either side is saying” … or neutral words like that. If you show any bias either way, one of the lawyers will reject you.

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  20. Jederman says:

    You need to work on your grammar, spelling and syntax first. Then a functioning thought process. There is a chance you might actually have an original thought some day.

    Is “Woman” racist because you assume she is wealthy? Did she yell a racist comment at the intruders? It’s probably because she’s white, right?

    As far as “tearing down America” goes, isn’t that one of the Left’s openly avowed goals? Are you a Lefty? Just curious. Maybe you should take a look in the mirror before you accuse complete strangers of whatever it was you were trying to say.

    With some (considerable) effort you can make some progress. Hang in there.

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  21. JRD says:

    The PUNK community terrorizer in chief, Obama is intentionally provoking us.

    Obama always was EVIL.

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  22. Tazio Nuvolari says:

    Saying this woman is a racist because she is wealthy and white in fact makes you the racist.

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  23. George S says:

    Apparently, the St Louis attorney is playing word games with the word ‘peace’. By law, peace is another word for domestic tranquility which is enjoyed by citizens when order is maintained. Once the peaceful protesters broke the gate and trespassed, they violated the law and hence shattered the peace. Their actions afterwards are irrelevant. Peace is a natural right, whereas the first amendment right to assemble is contingent on maintaining the peace. The homeowners are now the ones with their rights violated and bringing weapons to bear (I believe that is also a right) for not only defense but to maintain order in furtherance of the peace is not only wholly justified but an inalienable right.

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  24. Hans says:

    Ok back up a second..

    The wife left the side of her husband … and is standing close to the protesters..
    The husband is in back up high…

    I call BS….

    Why would the two be separated… in the video a saw they both were standing next to each other..

    She was waving the pistol every which way.. could this whole deal be a psy-ops to stop people defending themselves.. a con job.. by Soros and the “victims”

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    • GB Bari says:

      You cannot tell how “close” the wife was to the mob. The camera lens was zoomed and thus completely distorts (actually compresses) the depth of the photo or video. Only a side view of the scene could be used as clear evidence of distance.

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  25. I will defend my family and my property to my death…….or yours.

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  26. Moe Grimm says:

    Not one (1) brave Missouri showed to give these people any back after their name/address/reach was splashed by the Serpent. I kow there’s several Oath Keeper chapters there. They showed at Ferguson and prevented people from getting killed. Now this DA with the physiognamy of a Sumo wrestler, il face bruta, threatens “charges”. Can’t wait to see what they’d be.

    But look at the bright side. The JYT called his weapon a “semi-automatic rifle” even they have no idea if it was fun switched or not, let alone what to look for. A couple of months ago it would have been a “black machine gun”. Just think what the plastic straw fascists will say when they find out about ballistic coefficients. Maybe from the business end of a barrel. What’s really amazing is that someone hasn’t done a mag dump yet. But it’s coming. Everyone better know damn well the local and stae laws regarding the use of deadly force. It’s easy to do if for those not sure.

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  27. CNN_sucks says:

    How do you know? I can tell you are an idiot.

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  28. oldersoul says:

    Except there was no “deadly force” used, and no violence exerted by the homeowners. No Castle Doctrine is required.

    Open carry — on one’s own property — is what happened here. And that’s it.

    And that is permitted everywhere in the US.

    The lawless DA has no case.

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    • suejeanne1 says:

      and can’t – won’t – this DA face a lawsuit for abuse of prosecution – and she clearly does not seem to even understand or grasp the right to defend oneself

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  29. Until Soros is behind bars or extradited, the swamp has not been drained.

    Drain the swamp!

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  30. Life Coach says:

    Same Kimberly Gardner that’s currently under a criminal investigation for orchestrating the framing of Missouri GOP Gov. Eric Greitens. Apparently she bribed the female witness against Greitens & you’ll never believe this…brought in a friend from the FBI to interview the witness. The FBI agent Tisaby is under indictment for 7 felony counts of perjury & wtiness tampering. Make no mistake, these people have declared war on us.

    “Newly obtained evidence indicates the woman who made false allegations against former Missouri Governor Eric Greitens was bribed to willfully lie under oath and engaged in extensive perjury in an effort to oust the rising Republican star from office, according to a police source with knowledge of an investigation into the circuit attorney’s misconduct.

    Katrina “Kitty” Sneed, testified under oath that she secretly met with St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner, a George Soros funded prosecutor, in a hotel room in January and February of 2018.

    Following the secret meeting, Gardner charged Greitens with felony invasion of privacy in February 2018 for allegedly taking nude a photograph of Sneed without her consent and threatening to use the photo for blackmail. Greitens denied the allegations and Gardner never produced any evidence.

    Sneed, a 37-year old hairdresser, claimed during the deposition that the meeting with Gardner prompted her to come forward with a series of allegations against the then-Missouri Governor.”

    “Gardner withdrew her indictment of Greitens when the judge ordered that Gardner herself would have to testify in the case.”

    “Additionally, evidence is mounting that Sneed conspired with Gardner to conceal prosecutorial misconduct.

    In the course of pursuing charges against Greitens, Gardner hired former FBI agent William Tisaby to interview Sneed. In March 2018, Tisaby falsely claimed during a sworn deposition that he did not take notes during his nearly 2-hour interview with Sneed, that he asked Sneed no questions, and that the video he recorded of Sneed during the interview malfunctioned.”

    “William Tisaby has been charged with seven felonies for perjury and evidence tampering in the Greitens case. Tisaby’s trial is slated to begin June 26, while Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner remains under active criminal investigation for her allegedly illegal efforts to oust the Republican Governor.”

    EXCLUSIVE: Police Source: Woman Who Framed Former Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens Guilty of Perjury, Bribed With Cash Payment
    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/06/exclusive-police-source-woman-framed-former-missouri-gov-eric-greitens-guilty-perjury-bribed-cash-payment/?utm_source=Twitter&utm_campaign=websitesharingbuttons

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    • Joemama says:

      What’s the problem. It worked. Eric Greitens is no longer the Missouri Governor and Kimberly Gardner has not been indicted of any crime, so she is free to feloniously prosecute other conservatives at will.

      The ends justify the means. And being a Soros prosecutor means you never have to say you are sorry or get prosecuted for your crimes.

      /s

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      • jay says:

        I recall the right to protest involved certain restrictions including Time place and manner. The first amendment as a subject matter is complex. The below link leads to a good summary of how this plays out.

        I don’t practice in this area but I am hard pressed to see how this group of Barbarian Land Pirates can have a first amendment claim on private property to anything.

        First, the constitution protects against government interference NOT against CIVILIANS protecting their piece of earth.

        Second, even if there is a claim, entering onto private property is a complete violation of Time Place and Manner restrictions.

        Ms Kim had to study the same con law we all studied. She has some preliminary explaining to do if she is plans to prosecute these homeowners.

        RATS or REPUBLICANS – the constitution applies to both equally.

        https://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Time%2C+Place%2C+and+Manner+Restrictions

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    • Moe Grimm says:

      Interesting, but Gateway Pundit isn’t what can be a called a reliable source. Now more than ever fidelity is critical.

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    • JCM800 says:

      Great Post, Thanks!

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  31. chickenhawk says:

    I interpret the comment to mean the circuit attorney is racist, and against the homeowners because they are wealthy and white. She is implying that the circuit attorney is using her racism of these white folks, to “tear down America”. She says that is the mark of a coward.

    reminds of the Airplane movie. Anyone know jive?

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  32. sickconservative says:

    Just asking but was that meant to be sarcasm?
    I live sarcasm but this didn’t cut it if it was.

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  33. Eric says:

    This is just too good…

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    • maggiemoowho says:

      White people will never learn. Not a single White, Asian or Latino person should support the BLM terrorists. Only cowards support the lies fed to them by BLM.

      Liked by 2 people

      • CountryClassVulgarian says:

        So now we are supposed to believe that despite all evidence to the contrary their property was invaded by gang of white supremacists yelling black lives matter?

        The darkness and evil of these people really do know no bounds.

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    • Moe Grimm says:

      Imagine the leftist’s disappointment. And if true to hell with these McCloskey’s too.

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    • BitterC says:

      I’ve seen that tweet, but it’s fake as best I can tell. Mccloskey donated to Trump & local dems which is just good business for a man in his position
      https://www.fec.gov/data/receipts/individual-contributions/?contributor_name=mccloskey&contributor_city=st+louis&max_date=12%2F31%2F2020

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    • MR52 says:

      I fell for the Benny post too. Looks like Benny has deleted his post.

      It is interesting that when I originally did my search at Open Secret that he only came up as donating 4K to Ill. Dems.

      He also supported Clair Mccaskill. His most recent contributions were for Trump, so we do not know if he is a Democrat. The same goes for BLM. I have not seen proof that he supports BLM. What we do know

      It is troubling that either he or the media is reporting that the case he is representing on police brutality is not represented fully. A car jacker caused a chase of 15 cops that caused a crash and injured a police officer. It appears that the arresting cop was abusive to the car jacker.

      “Standing in the middle of the road is very dangerous; you get knocked down by the traffic from both sides.” Margaret Thatcher

      Here is my take, he gives his money to both Dems and GOP with the most recent to GOP.
      He has spent a lot of money on a house. To me it is kinda flaunting it. His message in the interview is pro civil rights that can be interpreted to support BLM, but he is a gun carrying, so he could also support the 2nd.

      He is a trial attorney. Anyone know who he represents. He may not be an ambulance chaser.. What we do know is he dresses in pink shirts and he and his wife do not know how to handle a gun.

      So I like this threat because it is addressing the motives of the Circuit Attorney.

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  34. lydia00 says:

    Well it turns out they are a couple of rich ambulance chasers and they vote Democrat. They even made a statement that they support BLM. The hypocrisies of Democrats never ceases to amaze me.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      They probably said they support BLM so that their house isn’t burned down.

      Someone earlier said the guy made a campaign contribution to Trump in 2016.

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  35. Michael Hennessy says:

    This dirty Soros DA conspired to frame the then Republican Governor Eric Greitens (who resigned) of taking a picture of his mistress without her knowledge. The “Victim” admitted recently she lied and it was revealed she was paid to lie.

    The coup runs wide and deep

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  36. jumpinjarhead says:

    Shame on us. It is not as if we did not see this coming but as per usual, conservatives continue to be reactive instead of proactive. That could well be the end of us if that dynamic does not change…and quickly.

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  37. NIN JAH says:

    maybe you should sit this revolution out snowflake and read a book.

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  38. T2020 says:

    She will lose.

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  39. Steele81 says:

    A pistol is not enough weapon to confront a mob

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  40. jay says:

    Democrats ✅
    BLM support ✅
    Biden support ✅
    Dedicated decorators/renovators ✅

    We can only hope the RAT behavior directed at them has them thinking twice about items 1-3 above.

    https://www.stlmag.com/design/a-decades-long-renovation-returns-a-midwestern-palazzo-to-it/

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    • MR52 says:

      Jay, were is your proof that he is a Democrat, a BLM supporter, a Biden support? He has most recently contributed to the Trump campaign?

      I do have issue with his support for Claire McCaskill and the Dem. of ILL I am guessing he is an opportunistic. He is representing a client that was a charge jacker and appears to have injured a police officer in the car chase.

      Benny Johnson at TP took down his tweet that caused confusion.

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  41. TwoLaine says:

    Good, because I heard that at least one of them is an attorney. I am certain they would rather fight and win in court vs on their front lawn.. Put that baby to bed now!

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  42. The American Patriot says:

    Looks like Barr just added a new person to the tour.

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  43. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    This past weekend two sweet innocent young black people were gunned down by some other black people in Chicago, Illinois; ages 9 and 20 months. Apparently that is a common occurrence there. Don’t see anyone protesting those tragedies, making their names famous, and helping out their families in grief. Instead we have nationwide civil unrest and a spreading anti-police mania all because some criminals thought that resisting arrest was a good idea.

    Here we have comedian Chris Rock warning people what not to do and the 8 things you should do if you get pulled over by the cops. Language is a bit crude but effective, and funny.

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    • Jan says:

      I’d appreciate BLM more if they were going into these cities and doing something for the gun victims, working on getting better education, sponsoring mentor groups for boys without fathers, clean up the streets, STOP THE SENSELESS BLACK ON BLACK KILLINGS, instead of covering their “xpenses” & turning the rest over to the Biden campaign & the DNC.

      Instead, they choose violence over peace, destruction over rebuilding, rioting & looting over protecting local businesses so the community doesn’t have to take public transportation because what they need is available locally.

      As Sundance says, this BLM operation is a front for illegal campaign funds to Democrats. I wonder how many RINOs are getting BLM money for their campaign? Why isn’t this being investigated by a conservative journalist.

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  44. icthematrix says:

    Yes Gardner is a deviant snake for Soros, and she abuses the law for her own self interests. Sadly these wealthy Dims are eager to capitulate to the cause they believe in, despite the evidence of the hydra literally smacking them in the face on their own property. I support their right to defend themselves and their property. But their smarmy statement seeks to prop up the very organization that creates the chaos enveloping them. Calling out whites as the problem was despicable. There were whites but also plenty of other colors hurling threats.

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  45. regitiger says:

    okay, somebody help me out here.

    “The husband and wife who defended themselves and protected their property from looters/protestors are now being threatened by a Soros funded STL Circuit Attorney.”

    soros funded?

    where is the citation for this “fact”?

    or is it just an opinion?

    Look, I read the “rules”..guidelines thread…..it’s definitely a good set of guidance on how to make the site manageable and accurate.

    I read the ENTIRE article. I did not see any cite for this “fact” (or is it just an opinion?).

    To be clear, I am no fan on soros. I don’t care for jackwagon attorney generals either!

    but if we are supposed to close in our enemies with FACTS…then support them with citations..right?

    otherwise, it looks just like the kind of thing the recent thread was suggesting isn’t helpful.

    sure, I can do my own research…sure I can look it up…sure, it quite plausible this attorney general and others just like her have in some way been financially supported by soros and all manner of billionaire fundies for their own idealogue and propaganda.

    make the case and clearly cite it.

    or don’t…

    I’m just pointing out that freedom of speech, from sundance or anyone else is always going to draw criticisms and justifiably so, if the trend is to just push an opinion out and act as if it was a fact.

    where is the cite?

    lets have it.

    or not.

    just pointing out the standards, if they are to be followed, should come from “the top”…

    please do NOT take this as a personal attack

    just some constructive feedbacl.

    and to be perfectly clear, I OFTEN post my own opinions…And when I FEEL it’s important enough to command serious immediate attention, I will provide supporting evidence. But mostly, my posts fall into the category of opinion. I think I write well enough (although I’m sure others disagree…lol), that most people can understand the difference between opinion and fact. I think this is where we all need to take a breath and realize that professional journalism…true journalism…requires discipline and TIME and a huge amount of editing, that frankly is never going to be realistic for
    COMMENTING ON A BLOG.

    not a complaint..just feedback…

    still love this place.

    God Bless.

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    • The Gipper Lives says:

      Missouri Times: ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Mega-donor George Soros (right), who funded the ongoing Ferguson protests, has waded into the St. Louis City circuit attorney election, funding a television ad for state Rep. Kim Gardner (left). Gardner will compete with three others in the primary election Aug. 2. At least one ad funded by by Soros’ Safety and Justice committee has been created for Gardner. This isn’t Soros’ first foray into a local prosecutor election over the past couple of years. He’s funded candidates in places as different as Houston, Texas; Albuquerque, New Mexico; two races in Mississippi; Bossier City, Louisiana and Chicago. According to the Los Angeles Times, Soros also funded multiple groups, including Safety and Justice California, to support the state’s Proposition 47, approved by voters in 2014 and which reclassified possession of heroin, methamphetamine and other illegal drugs, and theft of $950 or less, as misdemeanors in California.”

      Legal Insurrection: “Back in 2018, Katy Grimes wrote about leftist billionaire George Soros funneling millions into U.S. District Attorney races across the country. Apparently, the investment is paying off now. Soros-backed Saint Louis Circuit Attorney Kimberly Gardner reportedly declined to prosecute those arrested for looting and rioting. More than 30 people were released from jail.”

      Like Officer Chauvin, she’s a criminal with badge,
      https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/01/24/missouri-democrat-prosecutors-conduct-under-review-greitens-case/

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      • The Gipper Lives says:

        ps: These idiots funded and support their own riot–just like the mayors of Olympia and Seattle, whose residences are also.under assault..I hope this Commie DA throws the book at them. They all deserve each other. Idiots all.

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        • lmk408 says:

          The Gipper Lives, thank you for your posts here. You are on it! (Though, personally–the ‘citation’ isn’t necessary for regular readers of Sundance’s work!)

          Question for The Gipper and Treepers at large:

          I understand that the democrats are pros at community organizing for the purposes of tearing down our country, as we are watching (again!)…so my question is–besides voting and emailing our congress people what can law abiding citizens who oppose this marxist parade of tactics DO? Who will take this on and lead us in our own organized protest…? Or, do we rally small groups here and there like the New Yorkers protecting their Roosevelt statue today? (Feeling helpless right now!)

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  46. TMonroe says:

    “Anders Walker, a constitutional law professor at St. Louis University, said that although it’s “very dangerous” to engage protesters with guns, the homeowners broke no laws by brandishing or pointing weapons at them because Portland Place is a private street.“

    They weren’t “protesters” as much as trespassers with big numbers and questionable intent. They’re the ones who introduced “very dangerous” into the situation.

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  47. WSB says:

    The new Bonnie and Clyde!

    SMH…

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  48. MfM says:

    Well duh. There is a reason it’s called a shotgun mic.

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  49. Cathy M. says:

    Video interview of the home owner. 2 videos, the 2nd video is the full interview.

    “Gun-Toting St. Louis Homeowner Speaks Out — Black Lives Matter threatened to kill my dog, my wife and burn down our house!”

    They’ve also been doxed & receiving death threats.
    https://www.citizenfreepress.com/breaking/gun-toting-st-louis-homeowner-speaks-out-black-lives-matter-threatened-to-kill-our-dog-and-burn-down-our-house/

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    • TwoLaine says:

      These are gangs and should be treated as such. I posted a video below that shows a lot more of the gang. VERY, VERT SCARY.

      They clearly say they want to make you uncomfortable. That is intimidation, gang intimidation. I hope a good lawyer files charges against them, and they are truly challenged where they should be, in court.

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