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Aug 04 2021

McCloskeys Pardoned for Defending Home From BLM Mob

Even with Biden’s handlers consolidating power, there is sometimes good news. Missouri Governor Mike Parson pardoned Mark and Patricia McCloskey after the two were brought up on criminal charges for standing in their own yard with firearms to prevent a Black Lives Matter mob that had forcibly invaded their gated community from burning down their house.

Mark McCloskey pleaded guilty in June to misdemeanor fourth-degree assault and was fined $750, while Patricia McCloskey pleaded guilty to misdemeanor harassment and was fined $2,000.

The guilty plea does not imply guilt. Mark McCloskey has confirmed that like any sensible person, he would do the same thing again to protect his home from sociopaths.

More good news:

Mark McCloskey launched a bid for a U.S. Senate seat in Missouri last month.

If anyone understands what Democrats are and what it will take to defend the country from them, it is Mark McCloskey. In an America where Democrats prevail, the McCloskeys would be imprisoned for preventing vermin from destroying their home — not that they would have the means to defend it.

On tips from Varla, Dragon’s Lair, Chris Neilson, and Chuck A.


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2 Responses to “McCloskeys Pardoned for Defending Home From BLM Mob”

  1. […] have not finished consolidating power; Missouri still has an American governor. Mike Parson pardoned the McCloskeys, as any sane governor would have […]

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