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*Editor’s Note: The article was corrected to reflect that an AR-15 is a semi-automatic rifle, not an automatic rifle.
The radical left is evolving into the monster that can no longer be controlled, with the Democratic Party playing the role of Dr. Frankenstein.
At the same time, American citizens are gearing up for the challenge, as seen Sunday in St. Louis when an armed couple stood guard outside their historic home located on a private road, as Black Lives Matter protesters marched outside.
The dramatic scene was either inspirational or terrifying, depending on your views of private property and the God-given inherent right to defend yourself.
— Daniel Shular (@xshularx) June 29, 2020
Organizers can be seen in the video moving the mob along, as the husband and wife hold a pistol and semi-automatic rifle outside the upscale property.
With rioters burning and looting all across America these past weeks, destroying all that stands in its path, the couple cannot be blamed for wanting to protect the palace.
St. Louis AR-15 guy is an absolute baller pic.twitter.com/RHrv3VKMEZ
— Caleb Hull (@CalebJHull) June 29, 2020
The words of an organizer of the protest, Ohun Ashe, as reported by KSDK, adds to that concern: “It’s meant to be disruptive. It’s meant to be disturbing.”
The home is reportedly on the National Historic Register, as Ian Miles Cheong, the managing editor of Human Events, tweeted.
The St. Louis couple’s place is on the National Historic Register. It’s protected by the President’s executive order against the defilement of historical sites and statues. The more you know. pic.twitter.com/VLHmxdiEri
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) June 29, 2020
Hundreds of protesters were marching to the home of Mayor Lyda Krewson, calling for the Democratic politician’s resignation for releasing the names and addresses of residents wanting to defund the police department, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
(In most communities, any correspondence with local officials, to include personal information, is public record.)
To be clear, here is an example of just who the mob is made up of:
— Cop Watch STL 🌹 (@CopWatchSTL) June 29, 2020
The couple seen above are neighbors of the mayor, and their home is on a private road, the newspaper reported.
As BLM protesters march down a public street, a faction can be seen breaking off to enter through a side gate to gain access to the property.
In this livestream footage you can clearly see the STL black lives matter mob entered through the gate to a private community. This was not a public sidewalk. pic.twitter.com/1jAYRap7wf
— ✨Antoine Bachelin Sena✨ (@antoinebachelin) June 29, 2020
A sign posted outside the gate clearly reads: “Access Limited to Residents.”
The CBS affiliate KMOV noted in a photo description that protesters “broke down a gate in the neighborhood to march past their home.”
There was no indication in the article that the home was on a private street, though multiple outlets were aghast that the man and woman were actually “pointing” their weapons at the crowd.
At one point, the wife walked out onto the lawn and is seen pointing her handgun at protesters.
The comment included with the video below suggests the mob has no concept of the fact that they are trespassing on private property.
God the other angle didn’t even do couple in St. Louis justice. She came down looking for an excuse to shoot someone.pic.twitter.com/EZ1KH6HvlD
— Joshua Potash (@JoshuaPotash) June 29, 2020
Instead, the rage mob is offended that the property owners are willing to protect the mansion to the death, if necessary.
The remarks included with the videos betraying just how poorly informed Gen-Z is when it comes to the real world.
Rich white folx in CWE big mad when you come by unannounced.
I’m not supposed to be used to people pointing guns at me. I would waste time debating the legality of all this but she would never get prosecuted anyway. #ResignLyda #STL #Sunday #StandYourGround #CastleDoctrine pic.twitter.com/YuFisV47Dt
— The #2 Rude Boy (@AaronWBanks) June 29, 2020
Aside from the fact that the husband and wife are reportedly attorneys, and surely understand their rights, the law in Missouri appears to be on their side.
Missouri is a Castle Doctrine state. Members of the Black Lives Matter mob that trespassed on the St Louis couple's residence are lucky they were not fired upon. Here's the law: pic.twitter.com/hoQ8AsfLCn
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) June 29, 2020
One thing is certain, with chaos reigning in the streets and law enforcement under siege, Americans have been put into a position where they may have to protect their families and homes or risk losing it all to a mob.
And with gun stores running out of inventory, those who believe in self reliance and the inherent right to defend oneself are taking heed.
As BizPac Review founder and CEO Jack Furnari noted in a tweet: “They’re not ‘peaceful marchers.’ They’re violent thugs looking for victims. God Bless that woman and keep her safe.”
They're not "peaceful marchers" They're violent thugs looking for victims. God Bless that woman and keep her safe. https://t.co/GY7XNwk26A
— Jack Furnari (@JackBPR) June 29, 2020
The only remaining question is should President Donald Trump invite the couple to the White House?
— Allum Bokhari (@LibertarianBlue) June 29, 2020
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