Quote of the Day: TJIC

From Tam’s comments:

I repeatedly refused the cops’ requests for a voluntary walk-through of the house.

I repeatedly refused to answer any questions.

The cops repeatedly told me that if I had nothing to hide, I should just allow a walk-through, and if I was a good guy, I’d have a “conversation” with them.

In the end they illegally seized my FID (just plan CAN NOT do it, but they took it and wouldn’t give it back) and they illegally seized Jennifer’s firearms. My lawyer was appalled but not surprised.

Jennifer and I have been talking about moving out of MA in 3-6 years.

We are officially looking for real estate tomorrow; I will not spend one more day than is necessary in this totalitarian hell hole……

At the end, some of the cops who ransacked the house tried to shake hands with me. “No hard feelings”.

I refused and said “Gentlemen, please think about what you’re doing. On the fourth of july, the day we celebrate freedom, you stole legally owned firearms from a women who is engaged to a guy who made a joke you don’t like. You are not the good guys. You are ‘just doing your jobs’. Look in the mirror. You’re the bad guys.”

Response: “I’m sorry you feel that way. Have a good Fourth.”

My lawyer says that there’s a decent chance I may yet be arrested…..

Wait, one final bit: we got to watch the cops carry the illegally seized firearms out through the front door, WHICH HAD A COPY OF THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE TAPED TO IT, then past an American flag and a Gadsden flag.

The sources seem pretty darn legit. I honestly have NEVER wanted something to be a publicity stunt more in my life.

I’ll keep you posted on what I hear about this case.

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7 Responses to Quote of the Day: TJIC

  1. Tam says:

    The sources seem pretty darn legit.

    Dude, I could hear the cop in the background as Jenn was doing the walk-through of the house with him.

    • Weerd Beard says:

      Man, I hadn’t heard that detail, not that I don’t implicitly trust your reporting.

      Again, I just WISH this wasn’t a reality and instead it is some dumb hoax.

  2. AZRon says:

    I’m probably somewhere around 50/50 on the concept of good cop vs. bad cop. To me, those aren’t good odds, so why risk it?

    In public, the rules are somewhat different, but at my house, they’d better have a damn good reason for ringing my bell.

    If I answer the doorbell to see a man in blue, I preemptively ask if they have a warrant. In my case the answer has always been “no”. I remind them that they are trespassing and close the door.

    I might still be 50/50, but this sh!t is getting way out of hand, and it’s up to US to defend our rights.

    As a side note, you can sometimes tell which “50” the cop aligns himself with. If he quietly smiles and stifles a laugh, he’s probably on your side and just doing his distasteful duty. If he’s immediately offended (“well if you have nothing to hide…”), it’s clear that he’s in the other “50”.

    The truth is that it’s just getting silly out there and we are the only ones that can change it. Be quiet, do no harm, be legal and be free.

  3. LMB says:

    Hell, closing the door and telling them to screw off won’t save you.

  4. Old NFO says:

    JBT time is HERE, NOW!!!

  5. chiefjaybob says:

    And this, dear friends, is why I never believe the cops who post to these blogs and other boards, when they protest that they respect the Constitution and would never participate in confiscation.

    The confiscation will be disguised as action against a criminal. It will be hidden behind walls of fake legitimacy. So even those stalwart defenders of liberty in blue will take place in stripping our rights.

    Even if they were truthful, these officers have plenty of coworkers who will be more than happy to take their place bashing in doors.

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