Baltimore & Ferguson


You’ve seen the news about the Baltimore riots this week. The cops admit they are outnumbered, outflanked, and overrun. It can happen anywhere.

Meanwhile, Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake (a Bloomberg and gun control supporter) is aiding the violence with her promise of a safe haven for “protesters” to destroy (thwarted only by the occasional armed citizen protecting life and property where the police fear to tread).

The following is excerpted from a Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing for the merits of additional federal gun control on Jan. 30, 2013, after the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre:

“I also think, though, that what people all over the country fear today is being abandoned by their government. If a tornado hits, if a hurricane hits, if a riot occurs that they’re going be out there alone. And the only way they’re going protect themselves in the cold and the dark, when they’re vulnerable is with a firearm. And I think that indicates how relevant and essential the Second Amendment is in today’s society to fundamental human survival.” — Wayne LaPierre, NRA EVP

Baltimore County Police Chief James Johnson, who was there to ask for more federal gun control laws, responded, “I find it to be scary, creepy. And it’s simply just not based on logic. Certainly, law enforcement across this nation is well-prepared to deal with any natural or man-made disaster that will occur. And, frankly, I just — I can’t relate to that kind of thinking.”

I guess that’s why they called out the National Guard in Baltimore this week — so the chief could show them what a capable job he was doing. Oh, and two more words: Hurricane Katrina.

And then of course there are the criminal lawyers. But I repeat myself.

You are on your own. And the “protests” are spreading to other cities across the nation.

“I want to make it clear that we didn’t open fire first,” said David Joo, manager of the gun shop. “At that time, four police cars were there. Somebody started to shoot at us. The LAPD ran away in half a second. I never saw such a fast escape. I was pretty disappointed.”


Dakota Moss, 19, of Centralia, Illinois (about 80 miles east of Ferguson, MO), pleaded guilty in East St. Louis to stealing firearms from a federal licensee, conspiracy to interfere with commerce by violence, carrying a firearm during a violent crime, possession of stolen firearms and being a felon with a firearm, all in relation to his admission that he helped steal over three dozen black rifles and other firearms and 1,000 rounds of ammunition from a farm-and-home supply store in a plot to sell them to protesters in Ferguson. He faces up to 20 years in prison.

Mark my words: the anti-gunners will now use this case as a “reason” for more gun control laws — laws that the perp already broke.

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