What is happening in DC with all the heavy military hardware? What should we be prepared for?

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Let’s see.... when Trump brought in troops to protect the WH during BLM-ANTIFA riots that were looting and burning, as well as defending Federal courthouses they were jack-booted thugs, Trump was a tyrant.... and we needed to defund the police and military.

When a mix of unarmed leftist and right-wing dickweeds take over a couple of empty rooms, swipe Stretch Pelosi’s lectern in the Capitol building during a sham electoral college count, it’s an “insurrection” and the troops and cops are now our nation’s heros....



yeah.... hypocrisy much? :rolleyes:
Yeah
I was watching the "insurrectionists" entering the capitol, staying within the rope lines as they marched through. Maybe I missed the destruction because of all the smoke? Oh wait there was no smoke because NOTHING was burning!! The hyperbole the left is throwing at what was arguably the tamest riot ever came from the same idiots who brought us the "mostly peaceful protests" complete with flaming background. They've done a complete 180 because it was the right wing rioting (And doing a poor job of rioting at that.)
Seriously, the "terrorists" were like the dog that caught the car it was chasing--They had absolutely no idea of what to do once they were in there.
Yes, I saw the asshats that were breaking windows, including the BLM shill near that AF vet who got shot. Can we say "agent provocateur"?
This whole "insurgency" narrative the MSM is trying to sell stinks like the "Most secure election ever." blather they were spreading while announcing the biggest Russian hack of American systems ever.:rolleyes:
 
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Wake me when the shooting starts....:s0093:
There was already a guy arrested hauling an aresenal of 17 round “high capacity” clipazines along with a horde of scary “gun stickers” on his truck, “a non-government issued” credential (to work in the inauguration “zone”)...

Arrested on charges of “possession of an unregistered firearm and possession of unregistered ammunition” in DC...

Sigh. How does one go about registering ammunition, in the real world?...


Must be insidious, they reported the guys middle name even!
 
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There was already a guy arrested hauling an aresenal of 17 round “high capacity” clipazines along with a horde of scary “gun stickers” on his truck, “a non-government issued” credential (to work in the inauguration “zone”)...

Arrested on charges of “possession of an unregistered firearm and possession of unregistered ammunition” in DC...

Sigh. How does one go about registering ammunition, in the real world?...

First, you gotta be stupid enough to try and enter a restricted area with firearms and ammo...

but also...Valid Firearm Registration Ammunition Laws

"A person with a valid firearm registration in DC is not necessarily allowed to be in possession of any kind of ammunition at all times. People with DC firearms registrations are allowed to possess ammunition only intended for use with their registered firearm. Also, having that firearm registration does necessarily permit the firearm owner to carry ammunition outside of their home or place of business. A registration only allows a firearm owner to keep their gun in their home or their place of business.

When a person’s firearm is registered, they can keep ammunition for that firearm at their home or place of business. However, if they are found to be in possession of that ammunition outside of their home or place of business and they do not have the proper licensing to do that, they can be still charged with the crime. A separate license is required to carry the firearm and ammunition for that firearm outside of someone’s home or place of business."


Ammunition Sales Licensing/Regulation
The sale or other transfer of ammunition is strictly regulated. Any person or organization eligible to register a firearm may sell or otherwise transfer ammunition only to a licensed dealer4.
Licensed dealers may sell or otherwise transfer ammunition only if:
The sale or transfer is made in person;
The purchaser exhibits, at the time of transfer, a valid registration certificate (if the purchaser is a nonresident, he or she must produce proof that the firearm is lawfully possessed in the jurisdiction where such person resides);
The ammunition to be transferred is of the same caliber or gauge as the firearm described in the registration certificate (or other similar proof in the case of nonresident); and
The purchaser signs a receipt for the ammunition (the dealer must maintain this receipt for at least one year from the date of sale)5.
This does not apply to, inter alia, sales to other licensed dealers and certain law enforcement officers and government agents6.
 

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First, you gotta be stupid enough to try and enter a restricted area with firearms and ammo...

but also...Valid Firearm Registration Ammunition Laws

"A person with a valid firearm registration in DC is not necessarily allowed to be in possession of any kind of ammunition at all times. People with DC firearms registrations are allowed to possess ammunition only intended for use with their registered firearm. Also, having that firearm registration does necessarily permit the firearm owner to carry ammunition outside of their home or place of business. A registration only allows a firearm owner to keep their gun in their home or their place of business.

When a person’s firearm is registered, they can keep ammunition for that firearm at their home or place of business. However, if they are found to be in possession of that ammunition outside of their home or place of business and they do not have the proper licensing to do that, they can be still charged with the crime. A separate license is required to carry the firearm and ammunition for that firearm outside of someone’s home or place of business."


Ammunition Sales Licensing/Regulation
The sale or other transfer of ammunition is strictly regulated. Any person or organization eligible to register a firearm may sell or otherwise transfer ammunition only to a licensed dealer4.
Licensed dealers may sell or otherwise transfer ammunition only if:
The sale or transfer is made in person;
The purchaser exhibits, at the time of transfer, a valid registration certificate (if the purchaser is a nonresident, he or she must produce proof that the firearm is lawfully possessed in the jurisdiction where such person resides);
The ammunition to be transferred is of the same caliber or gauge as the firearm described in the registration certificate (or other similar proof in the case of nonresident); and
The purchaser signs a receipt for the ammunition (the dealer must maintain this receipt for at least one year from the date of sale)5.
This does not apply to, inter alia, sales to other licensed dealers and certain law enforcement officers and government agents6.
For the record, I find this law incredibly too strict. We should obviously have national reciprocity. But as it is, the District of Columbia is not a state, therefore is subject to a different shade of the law. It's essentially The Vatican-lite U.S. edition, in some ways. But why go out of your way when you know pretty much 100% you're gonna get arrested and make absolutely zero difference in anything?
 
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Same story different day.

The rules are for thee, and protection for me.

We have become a dictatorship filled to the rim with tyranny.
Only difference is we have 100s of dictators and most countries just have one.

We just have the illusion of getting to vote for something.
There's a reason entertainment media calls certain American politicians Political Royalty and their families Dynasties.
 

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I seriously hope it will be a fizzle. I can't imagine peaceful unarmed patriotic protesters who are lawfully seeking redress of legitimate grievances going up against 20k armed American troops who have been given an order to use lethal force against their own countrymen. While I salute our people in uniform, when these "National Guardsmen" get home, they need to look around at their neighbors, re-read the Constitution, and think about what they were deployed to do.
 
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