October 8, 2020

A grand jury in St. Louis has handed down felony charges against Mark and Patricia McCloskey, the couple who brandished weapons to make protesters move on who were trespassing on their property and threatening their home, their lives and their dog.

They’re charged with unlawful use of a weapon (even though they were obviously acting in self-defense, Missouri has a Castle Doctrine law that protects that right, and the firearms were apparently unloaded and one wasn’t functional) and tampering with evidence (even though it was apparently the DA’s office that tampered with the evidence.) The protesters who threatened them were not charged with anything.

Attorney General Eric Schmitt already filed a motion to intervene in the case and block the prosecution, and Gov. Mike Parson said that if they’re convicted of a crime, he’ll pardon them. But both Schmitt and Parson are up for reelection. If they’re replaced by Democrats like those in the St. Louis D.A.’s office who think that Constitutional rights apply only to protesters, rioters and trespassers, the McCloskey’s could be looking at serious legal liability for nothing but exercising their Second Amendment right to self-defense.

Mark this down as just the latest of the many, many, many reasons why I say the 2020 election could determine not only the future of America, but whether you still retain your Constitutional rights at all.

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  • Dale Baker

    11/22/2020 09:52 PM

    My husband wants to move from Cuomo's New York to Missouri. After reading about this couple defending their property, I now want to move to Texas which is a more patriotic state.

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  • Rusty Drake

    10/14/2020 01:59 PM

    It’s obvious they were just protecting theirselves and their property and to think they broke any law is unamerican! It’s past time to stand against our freedoms taken away! Vote these nuts out before we’re the new Russia!

  • Dominique Rubat

    10/14/2020 08:26 AM

    Well .... As part of the silent majority, I feel very guilty of ALL that mess, and the harm these courageous patriots suffered. We have stayed idle for so long that the left, all that mob have felt emboldenned more and more, until that abhorrent stance they now hold. I believe that if we dont push back NOW, urgently, we will be ovewhelmed for ever : the first step is : vote republican, eat every and each level !

  • Margaret Gilman

    10/14/2020 06:52 AM

    Morally and ethically wrong, this couple did NOTHING WRONG. The intruders should be prosecuted.

  • Judy Sanders

    10/14/2020 12:21 AM

    This is BS in the making.. they have every right to protect their property and every right to do it with force if they are being threatened.. all charges should be dropped!

  • Mia Janowski

    10/13/2020 09:10 PM

    This is awful. How can this happen? Anyone with this threat would do the same.

  • Rhoda Carpenter

    10/13/2020 08:59 PM

    This miscarriage of justice has to stop. Law and order should not be about political gain. It's obvious this Da cares more about criminals then people trying to defend their rights. Time to clean house in our judicial system.

  • Martha Jones

    10/13/2020 04:22 PM

    This is unconscionable. Worse, their legal rights are protected only by the capricious whim of a Democratic political participant. It's a hard day to hear this.

  • Sandy

    10/13/2020 11:26 AM

    This is so wrong on every level...

  • Karen Shear

    10/13/2020 08:10 AM

    The charges are UnAmerican !

  • Kayla Pfeffer

    10/13/2020 01:13 AM

    The DA should be ashamed. Put the DA in jail for false charges and abuse of position and power. I imagine the couple is confined and not allowed to travel from the area. Charge DA with false imprisonment as well. ??

  • Christine Mitchell

    10/13/2020 12:25 AM

    Perfectly within their rights! I saw the video of this attack by thugs, and I would have been afraid to go outside unless my gun was fully loaded. They were totally abused and threatened. Make sure they go free!

  • Robert Bradley

    10/12/2020 09:25 PM

    I thought this had already been thrown out

  • Melinda Henderson

    10/12/2020 08:53 PM

    I’m ashamed of our unlawful governing officials that are twisting the constitution! They’re the ones who need to be banished from office and never to hold a public office again! We are who they work for! They seem to have forgotten!!

  • Melinda Martin

    10/12/2020 03:49 PM

    That is so backwards. I would protect my home any way possible, I applaud them.

  • Vickie L Hyatte

    10/12/2020 12:07 PM

    This is abuse of power.

  • Diane Konneck

    10/12/2020 11:41 AM

    A total abuse of a legal system by partisan participants. It is shameful that this can happen in the United States of America. To protect your own person and home from invaders is a basic right of humanity. I pray these good people may prevail against the evil perpetrated against them!

  • Terrance Samuelson

    10/12/2020 11:29 AM

    People have the right to defend them selves and their home.

  • Beth Hutchens

    10/12/2020 07:12 AM

    This is an outrage , and every True American should be mad as hell this is even happening ! These two should not be punished for protecting themselves or their home , who should be punished is the evil they were facing ! Wtf is wrong with you people VOTE RED , and get this evil out ! Our country is under attack !

  • Carolyn c Reynolds

    10/12/2020 03:24 AM

    I pray ppl can understand the heart breaking reality of where we are in the demise of the stage 4 is staring us in the face. Will we link arms, pray & live every moment doing the Gospel of Jesus Christ?!

  • Terry Daluge

    10/12/2020 01:44 AM

    TheProtesters should be charged with a felony and put in jail so they can’t do this again this is still America right

  • Kelly Ferriola

    10/11/2020 11:41 PM

    Second amendment is under attack.

  • Karen Herndon

    10/11/2020 11:07 PM

    They have the right to defined them self’s ..??
    The UGGs that came on her property and we’re going to tear it up do not have rights they need to go straight to jail and this world is in the biggest mess ever what is wrong with everybody such evil going on that you would convict or prosecutor do anything to these people how dare you you should not be elected to anything terrible people.. I would vote for Parson.
    Schmitt.. no very evil person, we don’t need him as Gov.

  • Robert Hatton

    10/11/2020 10:17 PM

    I would have done the same thing. I live in Florida and if those anarchist threaten my home and my family, I would guard them with my legally owned weapons. Where do I send money to.