The Virginia resistance

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Re: The Virginia resistance

Post by blackeagle603 » Sat Dec 07, 2019 7:24 pm

Thinking we need a means for coordinated minuteman sort of response that is well short of the "bullet box."

There's an opportunity to slow down the clockrate the JBT's (jack booted thugs) are able run these ops. Keep from getting in, out, fast and easy and un-noticed.

Create a media event. First on social media, then the TV will follow.

Get a lot of bodies and cameras in the way of the SWAT guys egress. Even if cops followthru on arrest and confiscation they can be slowed down. The social media visibility, in real time can change the game. Shed light on the Jack bootedness of it.

Then if there are those willing to sit in/block their egress and be arrested that's a next level tactic (a la Operation Rescue, anyone remember?).
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Re: The Virginia resistance

Post by Netpackrat » Sat Dec 07, 2019 8:50 pm

Nothing like a good old fashioned doxxing of all involved to get their attention, as well.
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Re: The Virginia resistance

Post by morsetaper » Thu Dec 12, 2019 3:12 am

My county BOS held a meeting last night and voted on 2A Sanctuary status. Well over 1K in attendance with 100 or more speaking. I left the meeting at midnight, before the vote and people were still speaking. Resolution passed 6-2, straight party line vote. That made,IIRC, 69 jurisdictions in the state 2A sanctuaries. Unfortunately, the incoming BOS will have a 5-3 Dem controlled make-up, and the incoming Chair has already vowed to repeal the resolution.

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Re: The Virginia resistance

Post by MiddleAgedKen » Thu Dec 12, 2019 3:42 am

Non-binding resolution or county ordinance?
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Re: The Virginia resistance

Post by morsetaper » Thu Dec 12, 2019 3:47 am

AFAIK, non-binding resolution. I understand it's all symbolic, but it may send a message to Richmond. In fact, I hear that the sponsor(s) of SB16 are now starting to walk it back some. It's still unacceptable though.

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Re: The Virginia resistance

Post by blackeagle603 » Thu Dec 12, 2019 5:34 pm

This sort of response in public meetings is just fine with the Lefties. They know that if they keep it up, keep coming back for more, the mass of folks will grow weary, discouraged and disengage. Then the Left will have their way. It's worked so far in coastal states (Northeast, CA, WA),

Meanwhile they keep swinging more votes their way as the culture decays and they load the rolls with dead people, non-citizens and doublevoting union/party activists. While also going to open primarys and "top two" ballots like in CA (where we get only 2 Dem options in the general, no other party candidates for some offices).
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Re: The Virginia resistance

Post by Netpackrat » Thu Dec 12, 2019 9:55 pm

VA dems are now talking about calling in the National Guard to enforce their new gun laws.
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Re: The Virginia resistance

Post by scipioafricanus » Thu Dec 12, 2019 11:58 pm

Netpackrat wrote:
Thu Dec 12, 2019 9:55 pm
VA dems are now talking about calling in the National Guard to enforce their new gun laws.
Call them out. I want to see how many muster.
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