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jtsjc1

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This all the more reason to protect your 2nd Amendment rights. I can't afford private security so I have to be the first responder and protect my property and family. I would encourage anyone who has an interest to get a firearm, practice, learn as much as you can about how to use it. If these liberals have their way they'll try to take our right to self defense. Unfortunately some elected officials have allowed anarchists to be the new "voice" and turn some cities into unsafe places to live. As Americans I believe we can't allow the chaos to endanger our homes and families. Its a sad shame when ammo is flying off the shelves because people are concerned about civil war.
 

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NYPD’s Strategic Response Group ramping up for potential post-election riots
By Dana Kennedy
6-7 minutes

Fearing riots after Tuesday’s election, New Yorkers are on edge — and that includes the NYPD.

While Manhattan shopkeepers board up their businesses, the NYPD’s elite Strategic Response Group has been amping up tactical training for weeks now in anticipation of possible violence and unrest.

Their secret weapon is their bike squad, and the two-wheeled cops are deadly serious in their drilling.

They hurtle down the steep, forbidding 138 steps of the so-called “Joker” staircase in the Highbridge section of the Bronx, not far from SRG headquarters, in order to make sure they can handle their Trek bikes like BMX champs in the middle of a riot.

“Our game is always up,” Deputy Chief John J. D’Adamo, the veteran boss of the SRG, told the Post. “We’re hoping for the best this week but we’re prepared for the worst. People have gotten emboldened out there. We’re living through unprecedented times. But we’re prepared for whatever might happen.”

Even so, D’Adamo’s crew was shocked by the speed with which a mostly peaceful protest in Brooklyn Tuesday night turned violent. Six SRG police officers were injured in the melee that D’Adamo blamed on a small group of “radical anarchists” at the demonstration.



As a result they took no chances Wednesday when, trailed by a Post reporter and photographer, they flooded Brooklyn’s Fort Greene before another planned demonstration.

“Last night is not happening tonight!” D’Adamo yelled at his more than 125 officers, most on Trek bikes and sporting black protective “turtle gear” — a reference to the armor’s resemblance to the popular comic book heroes, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles — as they deployed around two parks where an 8 p.m. protest was scheduled.

At the same time, D’Adamo had another squad staged in lower Manhattan and units throughout the city.

D’Adamo’s words proved prophetic. The protesters reportedly got wind of the massive police presence and decided not to show up.

“Are we are deterrent?” D’Adamo said. “I’d like to think so. I hope they saw we meant business. We are all about de-escalation.”


The roughly 600 officers in the rapid deployment unit are specially trained to react quickly to bad situations, like civil unrest, active shooters and large-scale terrorist attacks.

On Wednesday night, the unit’s vans were crammed with bikes and everything from polycarbonate shields and fire extinguishers to Mace, and tourniquets and bandages.

The unit has increased its mobilization drills in recent months as cops and civilians brace for possible post-election turbulence.

“We aren’t against peaceful protests,” D’Adamo said. “The last thing we want to do is make arrests. We want people to be able to scream at the top of their lungs about whatever they want — and we also want them to finish what they have to do safely and get home safely.

“I want our officers to get home safely, too.”

That wasn’t the case Tuesday night in Brooklyn, where cops clashed with about 200 protesters marching in Fort Greene who left a trail of destruction in their wake following the Philadelphia police shooting death of a black man armed with a knife.

Protesters vandalized police vehicles, broke windows, torched an American flag and lit at least one rubbish fire. One cop suffered a leg injury when a car sped past a line of police officers after being ordered to stop. Police arrested 30 protesters.



“I was a cop during Occupy Wall Street and I thought that would be the worst I’d ever see but I was wrong,” an SRG officer who was injured in the protest Tuesday night told the Post. “In 16 years I’ve never seen anything like what’s going on now. We’re getting bottles, bricks, you name it thrown at us now.”

The officer, who did not want his name used, said he was on foot Tuesday night when police declared the protest an unlawful assembly and called on demonstrators to disperse.

“One of them rammed his bike into me and I fell to the ground,” the officer said.

The officer said he joined SRG after years on patrol because he wanted more action.

The SRG was formed in 2015 by then-Commissioner Bill Bratton after shutting down what had been called the Task Force unit. The cops in SRG were to be trained in high-tech weaponry to deal with protests, and “lone wolf” and terrorist attacks.

At the time, ISIS was a huge threat abroad and police feared it could strike in New York.

The SRG crew is made of the finest of New York’s Finest.

“It’s a completely voluntary unit,” D’Adamo said. “But we don’t take just anybody.”

D’Adamo says applicants must pass a fierce, one-hour verbal test designed to see if they can handle in-your-face confrontations. They also undergo five weeks of intensive heavy weapons, counter-terrorism, bike, Hazmat and medical training.

“We’re the Swiss Army Knife of police units,” Capt. David S. Miller told the Post before suiting up in turtle gear — sometimes called “God forbid gear” — and leading officers on bikes that night in Brooklyn. “We’ve got all the bases covered.”
 

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The left/ dems encourage this stuff so the upper and middle class , and families move out of these cities and have more of their own kind ( dems ....) move in and that way they change the voting dynamics and win the state... antifa, blm, and others are all left and self proclaimed marxists groups and well funded by the left and vice versa... marxist tactics.
 
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in the event of riots..wear your helmets..
1. safety...2. its easier to tell the good guys from the bad guys.
 

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Unfortunately from the news I see we're in for a fight the next 4 years. As I previously posted this crew will be "targeting" our 2nd Amendment Rights. Biden has already planned out banning "assault weapons" whatever those are. For most of us a firearm is used as a defensive weapon not an assault weapon. The problem is people using guns in the OFFENSE as an assault weapon to commit crime etc. Here in NJ we already have magazine bans/restrictions and JHP rounds are "illegal" for civilians. Nothing like some FMJ penetrating into your neighbor's house right? Hope you don't like him! Now Phil "Butthead" Murphy has a partner in crime as does Cuomo and deBlasio. Gentlemen stay safe, keep your families safe and protect your property. Its your Right! Rant is done thanks for listening.
 

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Unfortunately from the news I see we're in for a fight the next 4 years. As I previously posted this crew will be "targeting" our 2nd Amendment Rights. Biden has already planned out banning "assault weapons" whatever those are. For most of us a firearm is used as a defensive weapon not an assault weapon. The problem is people using guns in the OFFENSE as an assault weapon to commit crime etc. Here in NJ we already have magazine bans/restrictions and JHP rounds are "illegal" for civilians. Nothing like some FMJ penetrating into your neighbor's house right? Hope you don't like him! Now Phil "Butthead" Murphy has a partner in crime as does Cuomo and deBlasio. Gentlemen stay safe, keep your families safe and protect your property. Its your Right! Rant is done thanks for listening.

Beauty about the country is checks and balances. As long as the senate stays conservative, passing legislation to target the 2nd amendment will be next to impossible by bypassing the senate.
 

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Beauty about the country is checks and balances. As long as the senate stays conservative, passing legislation to target the 2nd amendment will be next to impossible by bypassing the senate.
Your lips to God's ear my friend. That's our hope right now.
 

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Beauty about the country is checks and balances. As long as the senate stays conservative, passing legislation to target the 2nd amendment will be next to impossible by bypassing the senate.
Biden is already planning on a bunch of Executive Orders to reverse Trump, which is what Obama did to go around getting approvals from the House and Senate. CT is running that way right now under the Pandemic Emergency Executive Orders Lamont is putting out with no House or Senate to stop him.
 

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CELEBRATING THANKSGIVING IN PORTLAND....Portland Rioters Cause Thousands Of Dollars In Damage On Thanksgiving Night

by Tyler Durden
Fri, 11/27/2020 - 11:45

Authored by Zachary Stieber via The Epoch Times,
Rioters in Oregon’s largest city on Thanksgiving caused thousands of dollars in damage, authorities said.
A group of people dressed in black clothing were witnessed smashing windows along Hawthorne Street in the early hours of Nov. 26, according to the Portland Police Bureau.
Officers canvassed the area and found that damage had been inflicted upon at least 10 businesses in the area.
“Some of the damage was sufficient to provide access to the interior of retail stores so officers contacted responsible parties and stood by while contractors or employees boarded up windows. Grocery stores, banks, an auto service center, a package distribution and mailing center, and local business storefronts were damaged,” the bureau said in an incident summary.
A New Seasons Market, a Chase Bank, and Portland Cider House were among the businesses that were damaged, photographs and video footage showed. Multiple Antifa logos were sprayed with paint onto the buildings.

Three people were arrested: Chester Hester, 24; Nicole Noriega, 38; and Bailey Willack, 23. They were each charged with 10 counts of first-degree criminal mischief.
According to Andy Ngo, a reporter who is an expert on the far-left Antifa network, Willack is a member of the network.
Police said another adult was found with a semi-automatic pistol. That person, who was not named, was referred to the Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office.


Chester Hester (L), Nicole Noriega (C), and Bailey Willack were arrested for allegedly damaging businesses during a riot in Portland, Ore., on Nov. 26, 2020. (Portland Police Bureau)
“Based on witness statements, it is likely that more people were involved in these crimes and police will try to determine their identity through further investigation,” police said.
A spokesman for Portland Mayor and Police Commissioner Ted Wheeler, a Democrat, didn’t respond to a request for comment.
Riots and protests took place nearly every night in Portland for months this year. The situation has calmed down in recent weeks, but sporadic explosions of violence still occur.
The vandalism came after the PNW Youth Liberation Front, a group linked to Antifa, called for “direct action” in Twitter posts that said, “[Expletive] Thanksgiving.”.
Direct action is a term that refers to targeting buildings that anarchists feel represent things they oppose. The Front called on taking direct action “to attack symbols and structures of colonialism and capitalism.”
The group later shared a report from an Antifa website that praised the toppling of a memorial for the Mexican-American War at a cemetery in Portland on Nov. 25.
Vandals sprayed graffiti that said, “[Expletive]” USA,” and “Eat [expletive] colonizers.”
 

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Thanks for posting this Chief. "Expletive" USA? How about an "expletive" bullet? I don't know how many agree with me but I strongly believe THIS is probably the greatest enemy to our country right now. Maybe more than any foreign country. This is domestic terrorism and much like the attacks of 9/11 there is a lack of action to deal with it until its too late. Now its breaking windows, setting fires and looting. Once they're comfortable seeing little consequences for that what's next? Funny how Trump has his Twitter posts banned but this is allowed. This is just one city, if it goes unchecked it certainly won't stop there. The law is not always on the side of us who believe in our right to self defense and leftist prosecutors will try to paint us as "vigilantes" for trying to protect ourselves and our families. These extremist groups seem to prepare so should we. I've been a NRA Life Endowment member for a long time and have a strong conviction about our Constitutional 2nd Amendment rights. My ancestors didn't come over on the boat to help build this country to have it degenerate into a socialist republic.
 

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Before we start labeling everyone at the rally as Trump supporters please lets have an investigation to identify who the people are who raided the Capitol building and caused other issues. It is very easy to go out and get a MAGA hat or a Trump flag and run around scream Trump and cause trouble. They have video and pictures from demonstrations and riots caused by ANTIFA and other groups from the past two years, do a comparison. I mention this group because I saw, and take it as you may, weeks ago, that these groups might do this. I read it on other sights. So is it possible? In the past has the story of an incident totally or changed in part after the facts came out. I do not advocate violence in any way so lets see how the investigation goes.
 
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