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    Hello, based department?

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    Quote Originally Posted by inthehizzy View Post
    Yes. Completely the same thing: McVeigh. Bin Laden. Hitler. Stalin. Mao. etc.

    Because a kid defending himself against a violent mob is completely on the same level as mass murderers.

    You're a fool VinnyQC.

    Well said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey.45 View Post
    If no one brought guns in the first place then this level of violence may not of happened. A gun is a tool. And the old saying goes that if you have a tool you will use it. Leave your tool in the safe until range day. Don't bring it to a protest that's highly charged and emotional. You're gonna use it and people are going to be maimed or killed. And people or going to spend most of the rest of their life in a jail cell. There's no call of duty here . Just mass stupid.

    Instead the criminal with the skateboard or the other criminal with his illegal handgun would have killed Kyle.

    No....Kyle has the right to do what he did and defend himself from those domestic terrorists / criminals that were trying to burn down the city.

    Antifa / BLM (burn loot murder) are the criminals here. Not Kyle. Get it straight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich the Butcher View Post
    I agree with many here that he shouldn't have been there in the first place. Not because he was out "looking for trouble" but I see the timeline as:

    1. incident where police shoot a person
    2. riots ensue
    3. a 17 year-old goes out to "protect" and ends up shooting 3 people

    So what confuses me is if the police were doing their job during the initial shooting incident, and this 17 year-old supports them, then why not let them do their job and let them (the police) keep the streets safe, no matter what is going on, i.e. rioting?
    You don't really support someone or a group of people, when you disregard their advice (stay home) and try and do their jobs for them, in the manner you see fit.

    Now if he was at home, defending his family and property, it would be a different discussion.


    You need more research on what happened. The majority of the police were supposedly protecting the police station so it did not get burned down like all the businesses. There were a limited number of police left to deal with the domestic terrorist looters.

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    Kyle along with several others were asked by a business owners to provide security to their business's which scumbags tried to burn down. A Molotov cocktail was thrown at Kyle and a Glock pointed at him for which he defended himself.
    "I don't like repeat offenders, I like dead offenders"

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonny360 View Post
    Your comparison is way off. Maybe if the BLM movement was raiding people's houses, dragging people out of their homes and executing them, firebombing entire neighborhoods, drive by shootings and mass murder by the BLM protestors. Then yes your comparison would be accurate. Until then it's exaggerated.

    And for the people saying "he's too young to do what he did," and those of you comparing him to a 17 your old soldier (our grandfather's) going off to fight the Nazis for freedom were old enough. Well those were 17 year olds trained by professionals before being sent off. So let's not exaggerate this.

    Kid defended himself, yes. Were these guys trying to uprehend him for the first shooting, thinking he was the bad guy? Who knows. Kid left the house illegally caring a rifle. That's the big problem. Then the shooting is another. He did good, he did wrong also. Just a bad situation. Kid better thank god this was all caught on tape from the multiple locations. That's the only thing that will save his ass. It's what made this a massive political and nationwide case that will make it in his favor possibly. Without the tapes it would just be a shooting, he would be charged and that would be the end of it.
    The idea that ww1&2 soldiers were trained professionals when they went to war is absurd. They were fresh faced kidts with 8 weeks of trainiing thrown into a bloody war to sink or swim. Hell, early on in both wars soldiers were trained without guns because there weren’t enough military weapons made yet, they were all needed on the lines. So no, you would be completely wrong. And as s soldier who has been on a two way range, nothing but war makes you a professional at war.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VinnyQC View Post
    Actually he should have shot first. Just shows that good guy with a gun can't do squat to bad guy with a gun if he gets shot first.
    Doesn't get and dumber than this LOL

    The felon with a weapons prohibition is the "good guy". People like this is why we are where we are right now a country

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    Quote Originally Posted by mistero View Post
    What's really astounding is gofundme and fundly removing crowd-funding campaigns. You will not find a single one on gfm to help Kyle.

    http s://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2020/aug/27/kyle-rittenhouse-gofundme-campaigns-removed/

    But if you search for Kyle Rittenhouse, this garbage comes up:
    http s://www.gofundme.com/f/protect-dc-area-protestors"]http s://www.gofundme.com/f/protect-dc-area-protestors

    If you want to report it you will see this posted:





    So, it doesnt matter what protestors are doing and only gfm can disagree with the nature of a campaign.

    On a bright side, one platform is actually doing what it is suppose to do: http s://www.givesendgo.com/GUCZ
    They have already raises close to half a million dollars.
    This is the official funding option from his legal team

    https://fightback.law/

    Shawn
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    Notice how not a single anti Kyle retards has said that what the pedo, wife beater, felon rioters did was wrong?

    Shawn
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    Quote Originally Posted by shawn View Post
    notice how not a single anti kyle retards has said that what the pedo, wife beater, felon rioters did was wrong?

    Shawn
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