In their socks and bare feet…
After seeing people yanked from their cars and savagely beaten, stores looted, businesses, churches, and synagogues vandalized and burnt, and general mayhem in the streets with no credible police protection…they acted to defend themselves.
St. Louis Homeowners Had Right to Protect Their Home
By Staff Writer Jun 30, 2020 The St. Louis homeowners who were seen in the viral video taking up their arms when Black Lives Matter protesters broke into their private property could be charged for brandishing weapons at the protesters, reports said. Kim Gardner, the St. Louis Circuit attorney, told that her office is looking into the incident and said that she is “alarmed” that “peaceful protesters were met by guns and a violent assault. We must protect the right to peacefully protest.”
Video emerged online Sunday that showed protesters passing an armed white couple standing outside their luxury home in the area.
Mark McCloskey, the homeowner, told the station that he was eating dinner with his family when at least 100 protesters “smashed through the historic wrought iron gates” and rushed towards his home. He said his family was afraid for their lives.
“This is all private property,” he said. “There are no public sidewalks or public streets. We were told that we would be killed, our home burned and our dog killed. We were all alone facing an angry mob.”
Buck Sexton,the host of “ ” said Monday that it is a “fundamental American right” to defend one’s property. The Buck Sexton Show,
“You don’t have to wait to be victimized,” he said. He said it is interesting to see that members of the left are now “sticklers for the law.”