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Sen. Josh Hawley: “Antifa scumbags came to our place in DC and threatened my wife and newborn daughter”

Sen. Josh Hawley: “Antifa scumbags came to our place in DC and threatened my wife and newborn daughter”

Group ShutDown DC claims is was just a “candlelight vigil” but video shows protesters with bullhorns chanting in front of house, while others went right up to front door and looked in the window.

https://twitter.com/ReaganBattalion/status/1346334218817826818

Protesters from ShutDown DC went to Senator Josh Hawley’s house, chanted loadly with bullhorns, approached the front door and looked in the sidelight. Hawley’s wife and newborn apparently were at home alone as the mob gathered and menacingly stood on their

The group spent 51 minutes in front of the Hawley residence.

Hawley was in Missouri. His wife and newborn daughter were home alone. It appears she and the baby came out of the house about halfway through the protest.

Considering how other protests have gone can you blame her if she got worried?

First off, candlelight vigils are quiet and subdued. Second, who cares where he lives. If that’s your argument you’re dumb.

Third, stop going to a person’s private residence. You’re not helping your cause and only going to tick off those around them.

You know, like Hawley’s neighbor. This person had to be restrained after confronting the protesters.

Can you blame him? They chanted and used loudspeakers to denounce Hawley’s declaration to oppose president-elect Joe Biden’s electoral college win.

A cop did not show up for 35 minutes. More cops came over ten minutes later and watched over the situation.

I did not see any vandalism unless you count leaving the Constitution on his front door. I find that just precious. Some of them peered through the window, which is creepy. Try doing that in Oklahoma and Texas.

Just because you can doesn’t mean you should.

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virginia’s “peeping tom” statute: https://law.lis.virginia.gov/vacode/title18.2/chapter5/section18.2-130/
maximum penalty is 12 jail and/or $2500 fine. where were the cops indeed.

Its not as if these “protesters” need to get up for work the next morning. I suggest that the Senator provide the Mrs. with a 12 gage shotgun. Next miscreant to step on their lawn gets shot. Problem solved.

It seems like every day we’re presented with another anecdote; the rule of law does not apply any more, certainly not to the fascist progressive goon squads.

How long, I wonder, before others begin to form vigilante squads to deal with these scumbags? How long before the “elites” who are fomenting this chaos are dealt with in a decisive manner?

Closer and closer to the precipice we creep.

    jhkrischel in reply to Paul. | January 5, 2021 at 10:16 am

    We may already have vigilante squads operating, but all reports of such activity are being actively suppressed by the #MediaIndustrialComplex. If nobody ever reported on the beltway sniper, would anyone have really known about it, or would it just be a slight uptick in mortality numbers?

2smartforlibs | January 5, 2021 at 10:37 am

There is work about with this slime. When more or you figure it out this ends.

Turn on the Sprinklers.

Just disgusting.

This is Biden’s Amerika.

First, the Hawleys and neighbors need to put clearly visible ‘No Trespassing’ signs in their yards. Second, the Hawleys and neighbors need to get good video camera security systems. Third, the Hawleys need to get someone to take photos of the faces and license plates of the protesters and look up their names and addresses at the DMV. Fourth, the Hawleys and neighbors need to consider a group nuisance suit if trespassing or noise ordinance violations continue.

notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital | January 5, 2021 at 11:15 am

Fyi

Rob Anthony Jagers

The Wisconsin Supreme Court threw out 220,000 ballots for Joe Biden. The Republicans in Wisconsin are beginning to get enormous pressure from their constituents and are also starting to realize that by certifying fraud, they could face imprisonment. Every single politician in this country who voted ‘yes’ to certify fraud could face prison. We the People are demanding justice, and our screams aren’t going to get any softer.

Good thing the house is in Virginia, not in DC. The missus should have access to a high capacity, semi-automatic rifle with multiple high capacity magazines. When the people show up, turn on the outside cameras, call the police and private security, make sure the house is secure [if it isn’t already] retreat to a safe space with your weapon and some popcorn and watch Netflix. If anyone breaches the house, neutralize them with extreme prejudice.

These clowns are largely cowards. They only indulge in this behavior because they think that they can get away with it.

‘Even a lawful activity or business can become a nuisance.’

P.S. The disruption of the sleep of the infant makes the case stronger for the seriousness of the nuisance.

https://robertslaw.org/private-nuisance-tort-in-virginia/

If I knew the County, I could look up the specific noise ordinance which the demonstrators probably violated. In Virginia, most noise ordinances address decibels measured on the property line. It may be that those bullhorns and chants created sound that was louder than permitted on the property line. Of course, you have to measure the decibels for the court and that’s a whole thing in itself. But, there are application(s) that you can download on your iPhone for a quick check. If the demonstrators return regularly, it would be easy to set up a decibel test for noise. The sheriff and/or planning department staff may be trained to measure the decibels, but you can also hire a private company.

I will never live in a house that doesn’t have a completely gated perimeter.

We lock our pedestrian gates. You come in unescorted, you have committed a crime, you are dog food.

With the number of drug fueled burglaries in our area, many are adopting that philosophy.

    Brave Sir Robbin in reply to Andy. | January 5, 2021 at 12:44 pm

    A couple of large snarly dogs will also help keep miscreants off your property. If someone comes over the fence, they become dog food.

The election stealers are demanding that tomorrow we validate their side’s phony vote counts.

It is fully constitutional for Pence to declare tomorrow that electoral votes from the stolen-election states are illegal and hence not include them in the count of legal votes.

Prof. Jacobson said the other day this “Pence card” stuff is wrong but he was only looking at Article II. Pence can declare these votes illegal under the Article IV guarantee of a republican form of government.

Power to enforce this clause is given directly to POTUS, and to the VP where he has independent authority. Read about it here:

http://www.floppingaces.net/2021/01/05/prof-jacobsen-says-pence-cannot-nullify-electors-from-the-tainted-states-but-he-fails-to-account-pences-inherent-power-to-enforce-the-republican-guarantee/

    mark311 in reply to AlecRawls. | January 5, 2021 at 3:24 pm

    That very subject was discussed in the comment section. Based on the comments by others it seems like the conclusion was that this wasn’t viable but read the comments I’m certainly no expert

      AlecRawls in reply to mark311. | January 5, 2021 at 5:48 pm

      It was me who introduced the guarantee clause into the comments of Prof. Jacobson’s post. Very few other people are yet familiar with the subject but everyone should be.

      When it is our republican system of government itself that is under attack the republican guarantee is THE constitutional provision that everyone should be turning to.

      It empowers whatever is necessary to stop the steal, or the guarantee fails to be a guarantee.

      That is the logical interpretation and SCOTUS has already ruled that it is not for the courts to decide what the clause means but that the political branches must interpret it for themselves.

      Trump’s hands are NOT tied here, and neither are Pence’s where he has his own independent role, as when he acts as President of the Senate.

        mark311 in reply to AlecRawls. | January 6, 2021 at 11:34 am

        Apologies I read so many comments I forget who wrote them.

        Yeah I won’t repeat the legal argument suffice to say I think Milhouses points appeared correct. It doesn’t make an aweful lot of sense for the mechanism you propose that would ineffect give the vp an enormous and disproportionate amount of power with no checks and balances. He or she could override the election on such limited basis as to make elections moot.

        Imagine what Harris would do in 4 years time if what you say is true.

The problem with holding Trump to account, {Michele Goldberg} observes, is “the psychopath’s advantage.” Mens rea makes it tough to prosecute someone insane enough to believe the law does not apply to him and dumb enough to believe misinformation circulated by “QAnon followers, 8kun posters, and a random Twitter guy.”

He forgot to pay… donate the protection fee. The same occupation and intimidation tactic, different racket (Some, Select Black Lives Matter), targeted Bezos’ properties.

You have not seen anything yet! Everyone of the Trump appointees to the Federal Bench will be subject to their fascist terror.

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