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ANTIFA is outside Tucker Carlsons house
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JTV 07-Nov-18
HDE 07-Nov-18
Spike Bull 08-Nov-18
sleepyhunter 08-Nov-18
JTV 08-Nov-18
Keith in colorado 08-Nov-18
Spike Bull 08-Nov-18
Hunting5555 08-Nov-18
Shuteye 08-Nov-18
JTV 08-Nov-18
Zbone 08-Nov-18
Annony Mouse 08-Nov-18
JL 08-Nov-18
woodguy65 08-Nov-18
Pig Doc 08-Nov-18
Annony Mouse 08-Nov-18
JTV 08-Nov-18
Woods Walker 08-Nov-18
Annony Mouse 11-Nov-18
Woods Walker 12-Nov-18
Bentstick81 12-Nov-18
Bentstick81 12-Nov-18
Your fav poster 12-Nov-18
JTV 12-Nov-18
Bentstick81 12-Nov-18
JTV 12-Nov-18
Woods Walker 12-Nov-18
From: JTV
07-Nov-18

JTV's Link
and he is waiting inside loaded for bear I'll bet ... ('prolly at the studio in reality)

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/11/breaking-antifa-mob-currently-outside-home-of-tucker-carlson/

From: HDE
07-Nov-18
Here, let me introduce you to my two good friends: Smith and Wesson.

08-Nov-18
Too bad someone couldn't release all the dox on the Antifa scum making trouble...

From: sleepyhunter
08-Nov-18

This thread made me think of this scene in Lonesome Dove.

From: JTV
08-Nov-18

JTV's Link
The PutZedian Antifa was at it again ...

Antifa goon caught with pipe bomb outside Carlson's house after breaking Oak Door with wife hiding inside ...

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/mob-chants-threats-outside-tucker-carlsons-dc-home

08-Nov-18
I think this sets a precedent that the thugs are armed and want to harm the Carlson family, now even an unarmed antifa thug shows up and gets his azz shot it self defense!

08-Nov-18
"...uh huh, uh huh..."!

From: Hunting5555
08-Nov-18
I'm pretty sure the breaking of an oak door would have qualified as "fearing for my life and the life of my kids!". If you get my drift......

Setting that aside, why does anyone need an AR-15 that holds 30 rounds....... Exhibit A

From: Shuteye
08-Nov-18
Why was no one arrested? If that had been Maxine Water people would be in jail. Police in cities are told to stand down when it is a conservative being harassed. If it had been in fly over country there would have been arrests made. It is a damn shame that Tyrus wasn't visiting.

From: JTV
08-Nov-18
Turns out they "wanted" to bring a pipe bomb into his house .. W T F ??

Fox said that while Carlson was not home, his wife was, and that she locked herself into a pantry and called police. Carlson said the protestors "rang his doorbell, broke his oak door and one protester was apparently caught on security video mentioning a pipe bomb.

From: Zbone
08-Nov-18
They need to catch the guy/girl with the pipe bomb threat and prosecute him/her to the fullest extent of the law as a terrorist...

From: Annony Mouse
08-Nov-18

Annony Mouse's Link
Until they start treating these mobs like criminals they are and make them face full penalty of the law, the putzeidan mobs will continue to attack.

From: JL
08-Nov-18

JL's Link
Hopefully the federal hate crimes charges are forthcoming.....

Protesters target home of Fox News host Tucker Carlson

Associated Press

November 8, 2018, 2:55 PM |WASHINGTON

Police say they are investigating a protest and vandalism at the home of Fox News host Tucker Carlson as a possible hate crime. It's the latest example of protesters targeting the personal lives of Trump administration officials and allies in the D.C. area.

Washington's Metropolitan Police Department reported that officers were summoned to Carlson's home Wednesday evening and found about 20 protesters and a commonly used anarchy symbol spray-painted on the driveway.

A brief video posted on social media by a group calling itself "Smash Racism DC" shows people standing outside a darkened home chanting "Tucker Carlson we will fight. We know where you sleep at night."

The video was later removed from Twitter.

There were no arrests but police confiscated several signs. The report lists the incident as a "suspected hate crime" on the basis of "anti-political" bias.

Carlson has been a major supporter of President Donald Trump and his policies. In recent months, White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen and Republican Sen. Ted Cruz were all either refused service or berated by protesters in area restaurants.

Wednesday's incident prompted reactions from across the political spectrum.

A statement released by Fox News called it "reprehensible" and called for more civil discourse at a time of intense political polarization.

"We as a nation have become far too intolerant of different points of view," the statement said. "Recent events across our country clearly highlight the need for a more civil, respectful, and inclusive national conversation."

Former Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly tweeted that the incident was "stomach-turning" and late-night talk show host Stephen Colbert, a frequent critic of Trump and Fox News, also condemned it on Twitter.

"Fighting Tucker Carlson's ideas is an American right. Targeting his home and terrorizing his family is an act of monstrous cowardice," Colbert wrote. "Obviously don't do this, but also, take no pleasure in it happening. Feeding monsters just makes more monsters."

From: woodguy65
08-Nov-18
Time to start playing Patriots and Antifa.

From: Pig Doc
08-Nov-18
Unacceptable. This happens outside my house there would be one warning shot and anyone not scurrying away would be in a body bag.

From: Annony Mouse
08-Nov-18
The were banging on the door so much it was damaged. A modified Biden...both barrels level, rather than at the ceiling should be in order.

From: JTV
08-Nov-18
Buckshot thru the door would have worked .... "I was in fear for my life, they were breaking in" ...

From: Woods Walker
08-Nov-18
If they don't get a handle on this it will get REAL ugly. Either the authorites start doing their job or the people will have to start doing it for them.

If that were my door they'd have been met with 00 buckshot, and that would be from my WIFE! When she became a mom 29 years ago the maternal instinct kicked in....and it hasn't left!

From: Annony Mouse
11-Nov-18

Annony Mouse's Link
(internal links at link)

Ever notice that Antifa and similar groups never act as they do where the state is 2A friendly? In many states, had someone been beating on the door like in DC, the homeowner (or wife/children) would have responded with better ballistics than the door pounder had?

From AOS:

A Legal Opinion On The Tucker Carlson Mob From A Real Expert [Andrew Branca] —Open Blogger

Hey fellow morons!

In the aftermath of the attack at the home of Tucker Carlson I’ve been kindly invited to do a brief guest post on use-of-force law in the context of defense of one’s home.

It’s a humbling honor I could hardly decline.

Use-of-force law gets complicated fast when we’re talking about defensive force in the context of highly-defensible property, such as ne’s home. American jurisdictions have taken wide variety of approaches to achieving what they each feel is the appropriate balance between the value of the property rights of the defender on the one hand and the value of the life of the aggressor on the other.

That said, most jurisdictions create some special provisions for the use of deadly force in the context of highly-defensible property, such as one’s home, where the use of that same deadly defensive force would be unlawful absent the context of the highly-defensible property.

The Carlson home is located in the District of Columbia, and the relevant defense of highly-defensible property law is most conveniently found in DC criminal jury instruction 9.520, which reads in relevant part:

[A person may use deadly force to protect [[his/her [home] [business]] [a home in which s/he is a lawful occupant] if s/he has a reasonable belief that an intruder is entering the home or business with the intent to commit a felony or to do serious bodily harm to any of the occupants.]

The news reports I’ve read have indicated that the angry, threatening mob had used sufficient force against the Carlson home to substantially damage ("crack") the front door, which can be reasonably perceived as little else but an intent to unlawfully and forcibly breach and enter the home.

Would such aggressive conduct lead a reasonable resident inside that home to conclude that an intruder is attempting to enter the home with the intent to do serious bodily harm to any of the occupants—meaning not just to Mrs. Carlson but also her children present?

I rather think so.

Further, it’s worth keeping in mind that the burden on this issue is on the prosecutor, not the defender. That is, the defender need not prove that they were reasonably in such fear, and thus justified in killing the apparent intruder. The defender must merely reasonably assert that they were in such fear, which is certainly supportable on these facts, at which point the burden shifts to the prosecutor to disprove the claim beyond a reasonable doubt, and to do so to a unanimous jury.

Does it seem likely given these facts that a DC prosecutor could convince a jury unanimously and beyond a reasonable doubt that Mrs. Carlson, having the duty of protecting not just herself but her children present, lacked a reasonable fear that the angry, threatening mob apparently breaching her front door intended her and her children serious bodily injury?

I think not.

The particular individuals apparently attempting to breach the Carlson’s home should be grateful every day for the rest of their lives that Mrs. Carlson was not armed with, and willing to use, deadly force upon them as they attempted their violent breach of her home.

Not only would an effective use of deadly defensive force by Mrs. Carlson been highly likely to have maimed or killed some number of them, that use of deadly defensive force would almost certainly have been found to be both lawful under DC law and a social good by American citizens generally. ******

Andrew was kind enough to prepare this analysis of the attack on the Carlson house with no notice at all! As many of you know he is an attorney specializing in the law of self-defense in the United States, and has written a rather good layman's book on state-specific issues. I have read it and found it quite interesting and informative. It's worth a read, especially since he is offering free shipping until midnight tonight, because we are such a wonderful (and profane) audience!

In addition to his legal work, Andrew is a lecturer at the FBI National Academy and has been cited as a subject-matter expert by the national media. He is also a gun guy! And a Moron in good standing!

Andrew provides free content at his Patreon page,, and also hosts webinars, including one tomorrow evening, Nov. 12,: a FREE two-hour live webinar on precisely this topic, the use of force in defense of highly-defensible property. He is partnering with ConcealedCarry.com. Head over to this link if you are interested.

12-Nov-18
Lies, LIes and more lies. There is a police report and it completely contradicts the hysteria that was originally reported.

According to the official police report:

1) the police arrived and interacted w/ the protestors as they were leaving & they didn't arrest anyone. NOBODY!

They actually saw the person spray-paint the anarchist symbol on the driveway.

The protestors were walking away slowly. Two walked with canes (yes). No one tried to run. NOBODY!

2) there were 4 legal observers at this protest. People going to someone's house to break in, don't usually take legal observers.

3) The police talked to the protestors about not having a problem w/ them exercising their first amendment rights but that spray-painting the driveway was crossing the line. That was the issue and its a fair one. Its vandalism which is a crime.

4) If the police had received a frantic 911 call from Mrs. Carlson saying she was terrified, had locked herself in her pantry & people were trying to break into her house, there is no way that the police would have let the protestors go. They would have made arrests.

5) In the police report, there is no mention whatsoever of any damage to the front door of Mr. Carlson's residence. Not a scratch. This is consistent w/ protestors' saying they simply knocked on the door and then left a placard resting on it before retreating to the street.

6) I still believe that his home should be off limit. Go protest at his place of work, not at his home. That is not ok no matter what.

But if you believe law enforcement, then you'll see no mention of Antifa. NONE.

From: Woods Walker
12-Nov-18
Hey Mr. Fake Teacher/Marine/Human........WHEN are you going to honor your promise and LEAVE the CF forever when Trump won? YOUR words, not mine. You are such a lying c*** that you IGNORE this question because you can't answer it. And you want to be taken seriously......what a POS. Go ahead a**hole, keep ignoring it. That'll make you credible...........

From: Bentstick81
12-Nov-18
"Lies, Lies, and more LIES". Yes we know. All we have to do is look at the name on the reply, yfp . It say's it all.

From: Bentstick81
12-Nov-18
The OFFICIAL POLICE report i read say's there were. Come on yfp. You surely can come up with a better LIE than that?!?!

12-Nov-18
Show your work little one. Otherwise you’re a liar with an agenda. The worst kind.

From: JTV
12-Nov-18
Now THERE is a liar ^^^^ with an agenda if there ever was one ... soy boy PutZ blows another out his dupa

From: Bentstick81
12-Nov-18
"Show your work little one." Look at the opening post dip$hit. You have shown nothing but your bull$hit LIES, again.

From: JTV
12-Nov-18

JTV's Link
https://www.thewrap.com/d-c-police-open-criminal-investigation-after-protests-at-tucker-carlsons-home/

From: Woods Walker
12-Nov-18
Not just a liar, but a coward who won't answer for his lies.

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