There were pro Trump demonstrations in more than 40 American cities Saturday. Some were relatively small and quiet. In some of the big cities, not so. In California the pro Trump demonstrators were attacked by Schumerites. Here's a video from a local television station. As far as I know, it wasn't on MSM, or anything like it.
I know there were skirmishes in Atlanta. This time, the pro - Trump people did not bring firearms and predictably, the black clad Hillary Ninja apparently attacked them. I was told this on the CB this afternoon, but I haven't confirmed it.
For a good overall view of the fighting and related events, here's a link to a blog sent to me by a friend. I have not seen this before but it seems reputable, and what is on it corresponds to what I am reading at other blogs on the net.
Let me say this. I don't trust anything the MSM says, other than Fox. And they are getting pretty shaky, depending on whose show you watch. To find out what's really going on, you have to try to find reputable articles by people whom you trust, or videos that you believe are true. Lacking the resources of a news organization, it's a judgment call. Since that episode with the sniper story, I have been very careful not to post anything I think might be fake. If I find out that I posted something that was not true, I'll let everyone know. If I am repeating something I was told by someone I trust, I'll make that clear too.
Who is organizing these Pro-Trump demonstrations?
I haven't been able to find out a lot about that, but these people are involved. You can sign up for their emails to get the word on demonstrations to support the President in your area. I signed up. If there's one I can get to, I want to go. Even if it means driving to Atlanta. I'll have to rent a car to do it, since I don't want my Cherokee trashed and I'm not taking off my bumper stickers.
"The Best is the Enemy of Good Enough." Old Russian Proverb.
But not always:
I've been driving around with an HK G3 in the back of my jeep since my unsettling run in with some Hispanic businessmen out in the national forest not long ago. I've always carried a pistol, but now I carry a rifle and a pistol.
But a friend pointed out to me that the 7.62X39 cartridge was an intermediate cartridge, and maybe something more powerful was in order.
So I went to the HK G-3.
But this is a full sized battle rifle. Sitting in the front seat of a Jeep Cherokee, there's no way to deploy this rifle without getting out of the car. It's too long. Maybe that wouldn't be a problem in most cases, but if someone surprises you, you might be reduced to just using a pistol.
What would be perfect is the Krinkov version of the AK.
I don't want anything fully automatic. I don't want the BATF hassles and I don't want the tax stamps you have to have to own the weapon legally. And there's this, a fully automatic Krinkov, if you could find one, would run you more than an MP-40. And I've never been able to bring myself to spend the green to buy an MP-40, something I really want.
So I looked at Semi-Auto American produced Krinks.
Now you run into BATF rules again. You can get a Krink with no stock for under a thousand. That's because BATF considers it a "pistol." But good luck hitting anything with it. The kick makes the weapon nearly uncontrollable for the average man. If you are a SEAL, or a Ranger, or just a big guy with experience, this might not be a problem. Provided you don't have arthritis in your wrists.
You can buy a "boot" for the gun. This is not a stock, it's a fitting that lets you put your arm inside it and brace the pistol that way. I don't like it. But I know a fellow for whom I have a great deal of respect, who does. He bought one for an AR-15 "pistol" and found it very satisfactory. But if I am going to spend a small fortune for a gun, I want it to be one that suits me.
You can buy an American made Krinkov with a fixed stock, but it will have a phony silencer on it to get the barrel length just over legal. They cost a lot. About $1300.00 as far as I can tell.
The fixed stock and the barrel extension mean I'm getting close to the same length as one of my AK-47 's with the Choate stock.
I'm open to suggestion if anyone knows a way to get a Krinkov that looks like the one above for less than $1300. I think that's the best solution for me, if it 's affordable.
People are still laughing about the High and Mighty "Celebrities" making fools of themselves at the Oscars. Here are some good cartoons.
Here are a few more good ones I got today.
Remember that wretch that was insulting the Navy Seal who was killed, and his wife. The "Hillary Staffer". Anybody need someone to do janitor work? He's looking for a new job since he got fired from his old one.