You need to remember that your average cop is a bully who likes throwing their weight around and roughing up people who can’t fight back: old ladies, children, unarmed people, and soccer moms in traffic stops. Maybe they were bullied themselves, maybe they are drunk with power, or maybe they are just pussies. I don’t know.

That is why they call SWAT for every real criminal, and why they shoot everyone with a full mag dump who even looks at them funny. Why? They are TERRIFIED- scared that the people they are bullying are one day going to have had enough. You see it all of the time-

Don’t get me wrong. They aren’t ALL pussies, just the average cop. Some of them are upstanding guys who run to the sound of the guns, but I would say that most cops are not the brave defenders that they claim to be.

So when the governor of New Mexico issues an executive order that no one in Albuquerque is permitted to have a firearm, and a large group of gun owners show up armed in protest, the cops do- nothing. No, the cops didn’t back off because they believe in 2A, because whether they do or not, they will follow orders in order to keep their jobs and pensions. No, it’s because they are not about to get in a running firefight with a large group of armed, pissed off gun owners.

The kinds of guys who, after what happened on J6, show up to a rally like that are some pissed off guys, and some of them are just waiting for an excuse to get their shootyness on. The cops either know this, or are afraid that it is true. How many shooters would be willing to smoke some cops in a crowd of 200 armed protesters? What would the body count be?

They don’t want to find out, which is why they didn’t fuck around. No, if anything is going to be done, it will be handled just like J6 was. They will wait for a few months, then show up in force to each protester’s house with a short platoon of SWAT to arrest the protesters one at a time.

Then the only way to win will be to adopt the same tactics- visit the cops while they are alone and without reinforcements nearby.

Categories: Police State


Anonymous · September 11, 2023 at 8:44 am

In an untended irony, this ( may also have had something to do with it. New Mexico is one of 3 states that has eliminated qualified immunity for police. The county sheriff alluded to it “I am wary of placing my deputies in positions that could lead to civil liability conflicts, as well as the potential risks posed by prohibiting law-abiding citizens from their constitutional right to self-defense.” –

Andrew · September 11, 2023 at 10:09 am

The lesson of “Jan6” should be loud and clear to anyone paying attention.
It seems the eventual goal is “arrest everyone who showed up near Jan6”, and possibly “anyone who even mentioned the event with anything but disdain”.

Anyone who was even near proximity of “Jan6” probably better plan for an arrest and imprisonment for 20-30 years and losing everything.
I recall hearing on the low end that there were thousands of people “who went to DC that day” but didn’t enter buildings, but it seems the goal is “round every one of those people up as the DeeCee jail clears out and people start doing Time.”

joe · September 11, 2023 at 8:28 pm

is it sad i had the same thought as i watched the video…that weeks/months from now those at the armed rally might have an alphabet group swat team waking them up at 0300 and arrested for some obscure law…the new nazi world we live in…

Jonesy · September 11, 2023 at 10:34 pm

While I get that cops won’t engage armed protesters because they arent up for the fight, I feel that’s more of a 2nd or 3rd order effect rather than primary motivation. Maybe the only way to test that in reality is to have individuals or pairs protest the order and see if cops are willing to issue citations then. Then you’ll know if they are willing to follow the governor’s orders or if they won’t enforce it on constitutional grounds as they have claimed. This won’t last long anyways….multiple lawsuits already filed.

The J6 effect, however, is definitely a concern. While you might feel like you’re exercising your rights while protesting, who knows what data the local, state and feds are collecting on you. Facial recognition, identifying marks, gear, clothing etc, can be collected for future use. Your vehicle, everything can be recorded. Hard to be the gray man when you put yourself in the spotlight.

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