460
Comments (39)
sorted by:
16
RedPaladin 16 points ago

But nobody will do it because half the voices on the right are saying "that's just what they WANT us to do!"

7
Belleoffreedom 7 points ago

Ever watch the clowns who talk about "citizen's arrests" of legislators? They don't know that legislators have immunity.

20
Arwyn3x 20 points ago (edited)

Here is something we can do, at least the two percent of the registered voters of the a county in Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota and Oklahoma can do this for all of us.

A lawful action can be taken by citizen to seize the power to challenge corruption in our government via a Citizens Grand Jury.

In Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota and Oklahoma, citizens can impanel regional Grand Juries via petitions to lawfully challenge corruption at the core of our government institutions to the highest level.

Two percent of the voters in a county is a very small amount for any serious activism group. Most ballot proposals required 5 to 10 percent of the voter’s signatures. Citizen initiated grand juries should be a popular form of activism in the aforementioned states.

3
Notme 3 points ago

I like the idea.

0
MarySmith 0 points ago

Thank You.

2
deleted 2 points ago
2
ImpeachedDeplorable 2 points ago (edited)

Well, legislators have strong civil immunity from most lawsuits arising out of their actions as legislators, but the only people in this country with immunity from our criminal laws are foreign diplomats. Legislators have no such immunity, and many have gone to prison precisely because there is no immunity.

That said, anyone dumb enough to try to make a citizen's arrest on an elected official for passing laws they don't like, or issuing orders they believe to be beyond their authority, better have his medical insurance paid up, and a prepaid lawyer. It would not turn out well. Just stupid talk.

1
Reev_Jax 1 point ago

I am not sure about Feds but in GA they are only immune if en-rout to a vote.

1
PatriotDefense 1 point ago

The Declaration of Independence would beg to differ.

1
Yawnz13 1 point ago

More like all the people shouting "citizen's arrest!" are too pansy-ass to actually do it.

15
spuger 15 points ago (edited)

For fucks sake, we won the election. Trump is in charge. The entirety of the armed forces and law enforcement are on his side - minus like 150 people, and their attempts at stopping Trump (and us) have been frankly pathetic.

They will arrest people when they have finished putting their cases together. Your "help" will only jeopardize their investigations.

11
JesusMaga 11 points ago

We have also gotten over 180 federal judges appointed as well as 2 (soon to be 3) SCOTUS judges. These blatantly unconstitutional laws will be challenged in court and will likely be overturned. Violence before even getting that far will hurt the cause more than anything else we could do.

2
Lion-Ted 2 points ago

How to seem reasonable;

  1. Make demands
  2. Gain signatures-only 4% of population is needed(precedent is AMERICAN REVOLUTION)
  3. Storm capital
1
Data 1 point ago

If the "violence" is justified then it's preferable to waiting an unknown number of years for legal challenges to wind their way through courts for the POSSIBILITY of a favorable SCOTUS ruling. You would have millions of people disarmed and at the absolute mercy of tyrants because some meme told you MUH JURY BOX still hadn't been exhausted. Man, fuck that.

6
Toucansexual 6 points ago

What about government officials and law enforcement helping Anti-fa?

1
spuger 1 point ago

Leave it to the professionals and take it up at the ballot box. Seriously, we are the good guys, we are winning and everything we have won, we have won by using our words.

1
KoboldAdvocate 1 point ago

Violence wins in the short term, words and ideas win in the long term. We have time on our side and the normies are waking up.

1
deleted 1 point ago
0
deleted 0 points ago
-1
deleted -1 points ago
9
liberty7732 9 points ago

Every time I hear this line, I can't help but imagine some pink-haired gender fluid "citizens" arresting Ted Cruz, or maybe Mike Huckabee, for whatever. This would be definitional anarchy. When raised, it always makes the sane Americans look like a bunch of hapless weirdos.

Sorry, just a totally counterproductive line.

2
deleted 2 points ago
2
WinstonSmith1984 2 points ago

Was thinking this today myself.

3
Staatssicherheit 3 points ago (edited)

I enjoy watching those stupid sovereign citizen videos on youtube.

Anyway, you may be able to physically detain them but you have no fucking power beyond that. Will you be able to compel the sherrif's office to hold them? A judge to put them on trial?

Real power and influence is not gained through stupid ass pipe dreams like this. This is Greta/AOC levels of retarded.

-3
Lion-Ted -3 points ago (edited)

You’re watching the wrong videos because Sovereigb citizen as a legal term is fucking retarded. Citizen already puts you under the governments jurisdiction. It’s sovereign US national and it’s only a matter of time until people wake up and realize the BAR system is used to oppress people and literally every single court case is a conflict of interest due to it.

Thus invalidating every single court decision made since its inception and implementation.

DOWN WITH THE BAR. ITS NOT EVEN A GOVERNMENT ORGANISATION

Every single founding father was A LAWYER AND NONE OF THEM HAD TO DEAL WITH AN EXTORTION PROCESS THAT FORCED THEM TO TAKE A TEST THAT HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH BEING A FUCKING LAWYER.

2
underthesmellybridge 2 points ago

You know citizens can arrest government officials, right?

No. No we can't.

Stop being stupid.

1
Notme 1 point ago

Don’t our rules say something about being stupid? ?

-2
Lion-Ted -2 points ago

Not with that faggot attitude

-1
Yawnz13 -1 points ago

Says the dick-suck who has yet to walk their ass down and arrest any of them.

1
Txponi 1 point ago

Sometimes you can get to be too clever for your own good.

1
K-Harbour 1 point ago

Does VA have an “official oppression” law?

Would keep these government politicians and workers in line if they are reminded of the jail time they could get.

0
deleted 0 points ago (edited)
6
IvIA6A 6 points ago

I love that phrase. Leftists always cry "it's right there, it says regulations!". Prime example of them using the Constitution when it fits their needs without actually knowing the language or context of what "well regulated" meant at the time.

1
Yawnz13 1 point ago

Strictly speaking, owning an AR-15 would fall into the "well regulated" concept. Would it not make sense that the militia, who would likely be expected to operate in tandem with active military, be knowledgeable on at least standard issue equipment? What better way to acquire knowledge about a certain object than to own one?

2
WinstonSmith1984 2 points ago

maybe owning an Ar, 10 standard mags, and 5000 rounds, along with a spare parts kit.

1
Yawnz13 1 point ago

Eh, an AR-10 would be out of regs since you no longer the same logistic compatibility. This is why I hate that the Army is planning on switching to a different round while the Marines aren't. They've created a supply problem that simply shouldn't exist in the name of compensating for inadequate training.

0
WinstonSmith1984 0 points ago

AR-15, 10 standard mags...

Good point though:)

0
deleted 0 points ago