Proof that the ATF Has No Problem Killing You

2nd Amendment – R2KBA Current Events This Week

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William Kirk, the President of Washington Gun Law, raised significant concerns over the ATF’s handling of the Bryan Malinowski case. Speaking on Washington Gun Law (WGL) Youtube channel Kirk dissected the fatal ATF raid at Malinowski’s home in Arkansas.

Kirk opened his talk by questioning the ATF’s approach. Specifically, the WGL aptly framed it this way, “The manner in which the ATF chose to execute the warrant, and in turn execute Mr. Malinowski, leaves all of us wondering – is this proof that the ATF will sometimes, just kill you?”

Kirk described Malinowski’s involvement in selling firearms without background checks as “questionable activity” that likely provided probable cause for arrest. However, Kirk stressed the significance of how the ATF conducted the raid.

“This is an organization which has really been let off the leash the last few years,” Kirk commented, pointing out the troubling implications of such unchecked power.

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He revealed that the ATF’s investigation, which began in December 2023, linked firearms sold by Malinowski to three crime scenes. Yet, Kirk highlighted the absence of violent crimes listed in the probable cause affidavit as a point of concern.

Detailing the ATF’s tactics, Kirk described how they followed Malinowski’s daily routines closely, observing his firearm sales at gun shows and using informants to purchase arms illegally. Despite this extensive surveillance, Kirk criticized the decision to raid Malinowski’s home at 6:00 AM instead of arresting him during his regular activities.

“The entire purpose of search warrants is to accumulate evidence of a crime, and of arrest warrants is to safely take individuals into custody,” Kirk explained. He lamented the lost opportunity to arrest Malinowski with minimal risk, questioning the ATF’s valuation of life.

“Rather than pulling Mr. Malinowski over on a routine traffic stop, they chose to raid his house,” Kirk said. Malinowski, believing his home was being invaded, armed himself. ATF agents subsequently engaged Malinowski.

Highlighting the tragic outcome, Kirk said, “What happened to Mr. Malinowski? Well, he was shot in the head with a high-power rifle and is now deceased.”

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Kirk raised concerns about the broader implications of such actions, particularly under the current Biden Administration and their efforts to redefine gun dealer regulations. He warned against the over-policing of regulatory agencies like the ATF, asking, “What will the IRS do if its allowed to arm all of their agents?”

In a chilling conclusion, Kirk accused the ATF’s leadership of being “rotten to the core,” showing a blatant disregard for human life. He assured viewers that this is not the end of the story and hinted at possible litigation by Malinowski surviving family members.

The episode ended with Kirk urging viewers to stay informed and educated about their rights. He emphasized the need for responsible gun ownership and caution, especially in the face of changing regulations and heavy-handed law enforcement tactics.

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  • Hans Greuber April 1, 2024, 5:22 pm

    If green energy is truly the future why does the US insist on instigating WWIII to control the worlds oil reserves?

  • Concerned Citizen March 31, 2024, 7:30 pm

    Also, when I lived in Houston, there were a lot of “kick burglaries”. The cops were well known to get the wrong address to operate No Knock
    warrants. Burglars caught on to this, and would buy Police type-looking uniforms. They would kick in a door, yell Police, and break in, tie
    up the occupants, rape the woman in front of her male, then kill the male. And continue burgling. My ex-wifes sister was living with us at the time. She came home drunk and thought it would be funny to pound on the door and yell “police” She had no idea how close she was to becoming deceased that night?
    Real cops would advise one at that time to shoot thru the door, then drag the body in, then call them. NO B.S. That’s how it was.

    • Grumpy Old Biker April 1, 2024, 1:08 pm

      Concerned Citizen has no idea what he’s blathering about. Nobody with more than a half a brain would recommend shooting someone through a door unless you have positive identified them as an imminent threat to life. And then haul the dead body inside your house to make it appear justifiable? That’s beyond idiotic. And what about the bullet holes in the door?

  • Concerned Citizen March 31, 2024, 7:07 pm

    WTF do you think they did at WACO? SAME old song and dance. I was down in Houston when it all went down. Alledgedly the first time
    American Military was used against their own citizens. Janet Reno was scared shitless, and couldn’t stop shaking during her interviews. Koresh went jogging outside the complex every day, and could have been easily apprehended.
    And for WHAT? Davidions were ALLEGEDLY manufacturing guns and grenades to sell at gun shows. Once the carnage was over, no proof was
    ever shown, and the whole complex was bulldozed. I’ve seen videos of helicopters circling around the back of the complex, mowing down the
    innocent people as they tried to escape. It was a true travesty that forever cemented my views of government.
    Or, take a peek at Ruby Ridge. Maybe write some articles showing pictures and explaining gov actions on both of these examples?

  • bobsyouruncle March 31, 2024, 4:03 pm

    Well, when the commies take over they will be the fist to go, after all, how can you trust people that would turn on their own.

  • Dr Strangelove March 31, 2024, 5:58 am

    Well, what good is all of that fancy SWAT gear if they can’t use it?

  • Jack Crow March 30, 2024, 4:53 am

    We’ve known since Ruby Ridge and Waco Texas that the FBI and ATF have zero problem killing you with zero accountability.

    Same story, different day.

  • Hondo March 29, 2024, 8:31 pm

    The ATF is a criminal organization the should be dissolved as should be the FBI, untrustworthy thugs.

  • Larry March 29, 2024, 5:39 pm

    Sounds like he was doing something illegal but that is a poor reason to invade his home. Same thing happened to Breonna Taylor. They could have arrested him at work, at the store, etc. They need to abandon the no-knock warrant. It’s a tragedy waiting to happen.

    • Thomas Frey March 30, 2024, 10:47 am

      What the Feds are claiming is illegal, is actually legal within the state in which the victim resides.
      The warrant was illegal. The execution of the warrant was illegal. The victim was murdered.
      The worst part is I doubt a lawyer will actually have the balls to do anything.

      • Grumpy Old Biker April 1, 2024, 1:12 pm

        What are you If the federal warrant was signed by a federal magistrate then the warrant is legal. As long as no false information was used to get it. Basically you have no idea what you’re nattering on about.

  • Smitty March 29, 2024, 4:33 pm

    Bring it, my girls are raised. I have zero reason for that kind if tolerance from the Gov., ESPECIALLY this current one.

  • Rick March 29, 2024, 3:55 pm


  • Mark Smith March 29, 2024, 2:18 pm

    The ATF will have a hard time Climbing over the Bodies that came before them, they might get me but I damn sure will take a Bunch of them with me.

  • Mark Smith March 29, 2024, 2:10 pm

    The ATF is a Regulatory agency not a Law Enforcement agency. and they need to be De funded and Removed from the GOVERNMENT and the USA.

  • Kane March 29, 2024, 12:58 pm

    I cannot believe that there is an Airport named after Bill and Hillary Clinton. Clinton was a drug runner and there is so much death related to those two murderers and air planes.

    • Mark Smith March 29, 2024, 2:08 pm

      you are 100% correct, talk about Corruption and the name Clinton comes up

    • Blue Dog (he/him) March 30, 2024, 12:07 pm

      When did Clinton run guns? Honest question. I don’t remember any accusations of that; any Clinton counterpart to Iran/Contra or the accused Fast and Furious. Was it on a couple of missing pieces on a suicide note?

      • Kane March 30, 2024, 9:09 pm

        It’s hard to remember all the Clinton crimes Glad you do not need help on remembering all the Clinton associates that died in just plane crashes, too much work.

        Maybe you misread my post but I said Clinton was a “drug runner.” As the Governor (top LE in Arkansas) he was close to Barry Seal and protected his drug smuggling through the Mena Airport. Witnesses to the Mena drug operation were murdered including to young boys foung on railroad tracks near the airport. Air drops were reportedly made and sometimes detected and so the death squads were on speed dial. The Arkansas medical examiner was accussed of covering up the causes of death in many cases and the Rose Law Firm was there to protect the CIA Clintons.

        Of course, criminals like the Clintons probably have dabbled in everything including gun running. Like I said, its’ hard to remember all the Clinton crimes. I seem to recall Hillary was involved in arming Syrian reberls etc through Lybia (Bengahzi). Despite everything, I’m sure you still love those two murderers.

        I wonder if Vince Foster is part of the ghost tours roaming the WH?

      • Hondo March 31, 2024, 4:32 pm

        Clinton was to busy banging jail bait to cbe involved in gun running.looking at cankles could you really blame him?

        • Blue Dog (he/him) April 1, 2024, 3:30 pm

          Jail bait? Citation needed, Hondo. Say what you will about Bill Clinton and his philandering, were any of the women he was accused of cheating on his wife with too young? Even the lovely Miss Lewinsy was in her 20s.

          • Kane April 2, 2024, 10:35 am

            Maybe you have a point BD, since all the known Clinton rape victims seem to have been adults. I guess the fake POTUS (geniune POS) is the only accused child molester to hold the WH office.

            “women should be believed.” -Biden

  • Sharon March 29, 2024, 12:30 pm

    Kirk is the epitome of biased and slanted reporting. He does not even mention what other sources are reporting: “As they were serving the warrant to Malinowski, he allegedly shot at the agents, striking one of them. That’s when authorities said that a second agent then returned fire at Malinowski.”

    • Clint W. March 29, 2024, 1:38 pm

      What others are reporting, who are those others? Kirk said Malinowski thought his home was being invaded by unknowns, not sure how he knew that, but that is not too uncommon now, when the law has been kicking in doors in the early morning hours of the homes of private citizens, sometimes the wrong homes, and the resident fires back. We will never know now if Malinowski is guilty of the things that the government said he did, and from this point on, with the track history of the governments side of the story on so many things that have turned out false, we will have to assume Malinowski was an innocent victim. Keep in mind that old case where a angry wife reported her husband to the ATF as owning a machine gun. The ATF finding only an unmodified AR15 went on to falsify a report on a semi-auto AR15 that was test fired and found to shoot full auto, but the ATF had custom loaded rounds with the primers high. This was discovered by the defense, and a sidetrack into the AR15 and it function, plus its failure to function properly, and the judge rightfully threw the case out. Now, any firearm that fires more than one round per trigger pull, even if it is not designed that way, and is related to a firearm failure or ammo problem, is considered a machine gun and you are open to the full weight of the ATF. I’ve seen two firearms do that, when S&W came out wither their first semi-auto, an angular thing with edges so sharp you could shave with, my buddies first trigger pull emptied the magazine —he sent it back to the factory. Another, a gunsmith at our gun club, fine tuning a Garand, using a remote trigger device with the rifle on a fixed stand, emptied all 8 on full auto due to the remote trigger issue. Both of those men could have been arrested on the spot.

    • Dave March 29, 2024, 1:58 pm

      Sure sure. The ATF only tore a page out of the FBIs book of six am murders. It’s what they do. Both agencies have a history of killing people. Good luck with your fantasies

    • Rollin L March 29, 2024, 1:58 pm

      Actually, you are 100% wrong. Not only are YOU biased, you are disingenuous and apparently ignorant of the complete argument posted by Kirk. He specifically mentioned that Malinowski engaged, raising the critical question as to whether he had reasonable cause to believe he was facing a home invasion. We don’t know for certain who shot first, or if it is possible that the wounded ATF agent was hit by friendly fire. That has happened before, in case you don’t know anything about their history. “Authorities” lie all the time to cover up their mistakes. What you, and “they”, are claiming is that Malinowski committed “Suicide by Cop”. A man with ZERO criminal or violent history just decided to shoot at a hoard of armored ATF agents as if he either wanted to die or thought he could defeat the whole hoard. What kind of idiocy is that? That’s far less plausible than a scenario where the agents did NOT announce that they were law enforcement, or created such confusion with shouting, maybe flash bangs or other such tactics that the man had no way to know what he was facing.

      The fact remains that the ONLY reason ATF would take this approach was if the intent was to create a violent reaction. This was by far the most likely outcome. Had they wanted a peaceful arrest, they would have sought one. This was about sending a message to the firearms community and the gun owning public that “this could be you next.” If they had taken him to trial on the evidence they have, it would have turned into a court battle about the legality of private firearms sales, a battle ATF is terrified of losing.

    • KC Jailer March 29, 2024, 2:49 pm

      How were they serving the warrant? Crashing in through the front door is probably not the best way to do that, hence the suggestion that they use a traffic stop. Kind of like not arresting David Koresh during one of his regular trips into Waco.

  • Dave March 29, 2024, 11:31 am

    ATF, FBI, soon the IRS. All in their little military based attire having a club meeting in American neighborhoods across the land at six AM. A warrant for these people is a license to murder and they can’t wait to do it. Government thugs killing Americans since Ruby Ridge and getting away with it.

  • Brian March 29, 2024, 11:13 am

    The SchutzStaffel is alive and well in Amerika…they’re just called different names now, such as ATF, FBI, IRS, etc. and
    they all mindlessly serve their Constitution hating Democratic masters.

  • Nicholas March 29, 2024, 11:06 am

    Why don’t any of these people ever speak of the Second Amendment Duty? That Duty is contained within the Constitution and is ignored because it prohibits the creation of agencies such as the ATF, prohibits congress from doing anything other that to make sure that able-bodied men are armed, organized, and trained, prohibits any activity of public officials that is not condoned and enforced by “We the People”.

  • withheld March 29, 2024, 10:25 am

    I take exception to Mr Kirk’s opinion that the ATF is nothing more than a death squad. As a federal agent for over 25 years (now retired) I have never come across any other agent who was out for blood like Mr Kirk is trying to make us think. Granted the raid on Malinowski’s home could have been handled differently due to the nature of the crime and his actual career as a senior airport administrator. That being said……I seriously doubt that the ATF agents gathered up at zero dark thirty saying to each other “let’s go kill someone”. I am quite sure that those agents announced upon entering Malinowski’s residence that they were federal agents with a search warrant (which is proper). It’s unfortunate that he chose to meet them armed, leading to him being shot. Bottom line is that Mr. Malinkowski was allegedly engaged in felonious activity involving the illicit buying and selling of firearms as well as lying on federal documents in doing so. He could have chosen to let them do their thing and then have his day in court. Given the nature of his career as a national airport administrator, I’m sure he would have been let out on bond pending the outcome of his trial. But he chose, instead, to challenge the agents armed.

    • Thomas Frey March 30, 2024, 10:45 am

      What crime did Mr. Malinowski commit, exactly?

      My father was in the USAF for 27 years, retiring in 1979. He is ashamed at what the USAF, and military in general, is today.
      You are obviously from a different era, or just another state-ist that can’t see the unconstitutional behavior.

      All gun control is unconstitutional, period.
      The Drug War is unconstitutional.
      Emergency Powers are unconstitutional.
      Martial Law is unconstitutional.
      Qualified Immunity is unconstitutional
      Civil Asset Forfeiture is unconstitutional
      Red Flags (Extreme Risk Orders) are unconstitutional
      Warrantless Searches and Seizures are unconstitutional

      The only jobs that Government has are protecting our rights and the building and maintenance of infrastructure.
      Anything beyond that is unconstitutional, PERIOD.
      If you are that afraid to live without government, then you have no idea what it means to be free.

  • Thomas Frey March 29, 2024, 10:20 am

    Last I heard, all the activity that Mr. Malinowski executed, was legal in the state in which he resided.
    States have the Constitutional Power to negate Federal Law with State Law, provided neither is repugnant to the Constitution.
    The Federal Judge that approved the warrant, based in ignorance o the governing state laws, is just as culpable as the ATF armed government workers.
    This is a perfect example, that in today’s clown world, run by sociopaths and mental degenerates, it is better to be carried by 6, taking some of the enemy with you, rather than being judged by 12 clowns that have zero understanding of CONSTITUTIONAL LAW.
    Mr. Malinowski had the inalienable right to defend himself, and was wrongfully, and I would argue, premeditatedly, targeted by the Government.
    Until government agents at all levels are forced to face justice, nothing is going to change.

  • Rouge1 March 29, 2024, 9:58 am

    There are no consequences for their actions. The government did the same thing to the Dividian children. They could of taken David Karesh in town, but then they couldn’t burn children.

    • Chop suey March 29, 2024, 11:11 am

      Still one of my favorite videos of all time when those ATF guys got strafed thru the walls of the compound. Plywood is not a good barrier to hide behind when raiding homes!

      • Clint W. March 29, 2024, 1:44 pm

        Plus, the fact that the half buried school bus in the compound, had its roofed riddled with what looked like 20MM holes. and nobody wondered about that. If you remember the ‘arms cache’ photo the feds put up after it was all over, it contained BB and pellet guns, along with other common weapons we all own.

    • Rollin L March 29, 2024, 4:10 pm

      They could have arrested David Koresh 9 days before the raid, when they came onto the property to meet with him and do some shooting together. Except that they still didn’t have any probable cause and so warrants were not obtainable. A few days after that, an FBI memo was written stating that ATF STILL didn’t have enough to get warrants, but they faked it enough to hoodwink a magistrate just in time to meet their planned raid deadline.

  • Dr. Ben Dover March 29, 2024, 9:47 am

    The jack booted thugs at ATF are collectively a bunch of cognitively challenged imbecilic pieces of feces who should be arrested, tried, convicted and sentenced to death for treasonous activities against America, Americans and the Constitution!

    Death to tyrants, tyranny, taxes and demonrats everywhere

    • Thomas Frey March 29, 2024, 10:22 am

      Only the demonrats?
      Last I checked, the retardicans are also complicit for allowing the corruption to occur.
      Two wings of the same predator bird.
      Two doors that lead to the same slaughterhouse.

  • Jt March 29, 2024, 9:32 am

    If they have no problem killing me i will gladly return the favor. Its a shame that poor guy was not better trained and more heavily armed

  • Michael Busacca March 29, 2024, 8:52 am

    We are right now under a Nazi regime. The ATF and fbi are nothing but thugs and a direct enemy of the American people. There are no free elections. The Jack asses in office especially the demented Biden are installed.

  • Reticent Rogue March 29, 2024, 8:46 am

    In the 80’s, when the Sandinista raids got bad, the Contras found out where agents lived and raided them. Don’t know where they got the idea for that or the intelligence (there were plenty of company people on the ground there) but they were able to find weapons and strike fear and respect in their enemy. According to the ‘rule of ten’ determination is more important than being armed; a small group of unarmed fighters takes down one guy with a gun, who gets the drop on five guys whose guns are taken from them and so on. One gun gets you ten more. Imagine the problem a junta will have with a population that is already armed and determined not to be shackled when it gets organized. Some times seems insurmountable. It can only be accomplished if the target doesn’t realize what’s happening to it or doesn’t perceive it for the existential threat it actually is. In which case, the junta can simply dismantle the resistance one small piece at a time.

    • Dr. Ben Dover March 29, 2024, 9:50 am

      That day is coming to America soon because the demonrats have corrupted the ballot box and we should start expressing our votes via the bullet box removing leftist woke cognitively challenged imbecilic pieces of feces piglets. We need to start removing the unconstitutional traitors operating under the alleged color of law. Hey ATF, MOLON LABE BITCHES!

      • Thomas Frey March 29, 2024, 10:29 am

        Are you seriously trying to say that it is only the Demonrats that are the problem?
        Retardicans across the board are equally culpable for where the USA is today.
        Two wings of the same predator bird.
        Two doors that lead to the same slaughterhouse.

  • Richard Wayne March 29, 2024, 8:28 am

    F*** the ATF. They need disbanded. They are a corrupt gang.

  • D.J. March 29, 2024, 8:27 am

    This is scarcely the first time “ F-troop “ has pulled this
    type of crap .
    Anyone remember Ruby Ridge , Trout Creek or Waco ?
    I doubt this will be the last time either .

  • Josh March 29, 2024, 8:18 am

    Malinowski Was a fucking criminal. Is everyone mad that it was a Cop that killed him? Maybe if it was a parent of a victim from one of the crime scenes where his illegal guns were used that hunted him down and killed him, you’d be OK with that? Personally, I’m glad he’s dead. Cop or Vigilante, doesn’t matter to me. He needed to go.

    • Thomas Frey March 29, 2024, 10:26 am

      You are only proving what an ignorant sap you are.
      In the state of Arkansas, it is perfectly legal to conduct private firearm sales without a background check or any paperwork.
      As long as the buyer states they are not prohibited from owning a firearm, that is all the seller needs to execute the transaction, between two consenting adults.
      States have the power to nullify Federal Law, and thus in order of legal precedence, the state law prevails. Meaning that the judge, and the armed government goons, committed an illegal act when requesting and authorizing the search warrant. Then committed murder in the process of attempting to execute the illegal warrant.
      Low intelligence people like you are exactly why the USA is being taken down from within.

      • jd March 29, 2024, 11:42 am

        The militarization of civilian LEOs and the lack of training required to be a LEO with the amount of absolute power they are granted is leading us down the wrong path. That path is escalation! Sometime in the very near future the public en masse is going to realize that the odds of them either being killed or being charged with assault on a LEO which is prison time. When this dawns on the people, they aren’t going to take any chances. and the result will be some honest and good LEOs are going to lose their lives along with the LEO thugs. The important thing we all need to think about is how to reverse this trend and return civilian law enforcement to a trusted organization and do away with all that militarization

        We have 3 strikes laws for felons, why don’t we have similar things for LEOs where they are fired and lose their pensions?


        • Thomas Frey March 30, 2024, 10:21 am

          I agree that Civil Asset Forfeiture, Qualified Immunity and Warrantless Searches (AKA Pocket Warrants), must all be stopped due to the unconstitutional nature of those Laws, Regulations or Procedures.

          Under the Constitution, we already have statutes that make the behavior of any government works, that uses the color of law, or conspires with others, to violate inalienable civil rights, punishable by death, should death result of the government agent’s actions. See Title 18, Sections 240-242. Cops are nothing but road pirates anymore.

          I do not believe there is such a creature as a “good cop”. Anyone that is actually good, would not want to be an armed government agent, or at least realize very quickly that they don’t belong. If there were actually “GOOD” people in law enforcement, then this country would not be where it is today.

          As law enforcers, they have the authority to go after political personalities that commit crimes, or treason, or sedition. We know that this is factually happening at all levels of our political system, and yet those promised mass arrests of XYZ haven’t happened. The entire system, top to bottom, is corrupt. The only saving grace might be that you have some local magistrates that haven’t gone full retard yet.

          Cops, Military and Armed Government Agents in general, are order following knuckle dragging hammers, waiting for a political parasite to tell them where the nails are.

          As long as there is Qualified Immunity, nothing will change in law enforcement. I, like you, would argue that as government authorities, committing a crime should come with even more harsh punishment and sentencing.

          Alas, where we find ourselves today, is exactly why we have the Second Amendment as backup, should the First Amendment fail.

    • Beckaroo March 29, 2024, 12:25 pm

      That’s an absolutely idiotic thing to say. Malinowiski hasn’t even been shown to have committed a crime! He sold some of his guns at a gun show which is 100% legal. He had zero control over what the buyer does with those guns. If you sold your car to someone and they ran a bunch of people over with it are you responsible?? The ATF chose to raid him during the night when any reasonable person would think it was a home invasion and arm themselves. The ATF refused to arrest him when there was no chance of it becoming violent and picked the one time when the possibility for violence was highest. The ATF flat out murdered this man and now will vilify him in order to justify their actions. EFF the ATF.

  • Matt March 29, 2024, 7:53 am

    This is completely ridiculous and scary at the same time. These a$$holes knew the homeowner would be armed and attempt to defend his home against the intruders. I believe they did a no knock warrant first thing in the morning because they were itching to kill him and knew they would get away with it. Abolish the ATF!!

  • dan bridges March 29, 2024, 7:29 am

    the 1968 gun control act is a infringement ,as is all subsequent gun control laws,i as a american citizen refuse to obey,and i will fight anyone who try’s to force me too.i will fight to the death for my constitution, and 77 yrs old and have bought several firearms and ammo direct from sears.i resent all this unconstitutional infringement,,,crap.
    also if my email wont be published why take it and why is my name required/regulatory bullshit!!!!!

  • SpikeBam March 29, 2024, 7:21 am

    Wait !!! What ?!?!? A routine traffic stop??? A routine, like when you violate someone’s rights by “creating” a reason to pull someone over? America???

  • Bill Barnacles March 28, 2024, 5:20 pm

    The BATF has not changed its MO since Ruby Ridge and Waco. This is an organization of which we all should be afraid. By their tactics, they should be wearing black leather trench coats and high peaked hats and hollering Seig Heil at each other!

  • Kane March 27, 2024, 12:45 pm

    The Federal government will continue the intentional death raids on the Whites.

    At the same time a perpetual national mourning for the likes of Breonne Taylor, George Floyd etc will be held as the Black criminals are exhaulted.

    Local and State Police will be openly investigated for doing their job lawfully by the Federal Agents. Meanwhile, Federal Police like Lt. Byrd, who murdered Air Force veteran Ashli Babbit, will be protected by the DOJ under low lifes like the child molesting fake POTUS (genuine POS) and the fake WASP Merrick Garland.

    And as if that were NOT enough, lefties will still be lying about “White Privilege” with a straight face while most of generation Zero eats it all up.

    But don’t mention the race of the drug dealers, rapists and murderers destrorying all the blue cities because evil “Whitey” is too “fragile.”

    • Thomas Frey March 29, 2024, 10:27 am

      Whites? Are you really trying to suggest that the government cares what color your skin is before they decide to murder you?
      I suggest you look up the word DEMOCIDE.

      • Kane March 29, 2024, 12:50 pm

        I know that I presented facts on how the Federal Law Enforcement has a pattern where there is an avoidable death raid conducted on a White targets like Randy Weaver, David Koresh, Craig Robertson or in this case Mr. Malinowski. All of these suspects could have be taken in a traffic stop like local law enforcement tends to conduct on a dangerous targets, id est BTK.

        Tell me the last time you have seen the DOJ prosecute a murderer like Lt. Byrd? Somehow the death raId missed Puffy Combs because he was already on the run. Who tipped Puffy to the raid by the feds? Did the des leak on themselves because of the optics?

        On the other hand, when local law enforcement is conducting drug raid and being shot at the local police are often charged. Note the Brionne Taylor example. Explain? Why is the local LEOs’ facing criminal charges in that case while Lt. Byrd name was withheld for weeks and then he was protected the DOJ. Explain. “Whites?”

        I looked up “DEMOCIDE” and R. J. Rummel and your point is still unclear. Explain the significance on “DEMOCIDE” and relate your comment to my post. And if you can, relate the term “DEMOCIDE ” to the genocides of Holdomor and An Gorto Mor.

        Just so you do NOT apply the wrong interpretation to my post, I certainly believe that the Federal government will try to target non-Whites in differant manners such as “Mortacide,” drug wars, soft kills and hard kills et cetera.

        • Thomas Frey March 30, 2024, 10:35 am

          My point is, that while white people are certainly targeted by armed government workers, so are all races, colors, creeds and religions. Government doesn’t discriminate when it comes to committing murder. I do not deny the genocides that you mention. I am simply stating that while Governments certainly have committed Genocide, that based on numbers, Democide is the much larger issue. Based on my understanding of history, genocides occur because government decides a particular race, color, creed or religion is a threat, and turns them into a political target for everything that is wrong. When in reality, that is just a pretext for the larger efforts towards democide. WW2 was an example where genocide and democide where in full swing across multiple areas.

          I also view Ruby Ridge, Waco, and 9-11 as government terroristic acts against We the People. That any politician, at any level of government, thinks it is ok to discuss, and conspire with other political characters, to violate our inalienable rights, is in itself a terrorist act by the government.

          Mr. Malinowski did not commit any crimes, as accused. Everything Mr. Malinowski did was legal in the state in which he resides. That the government is ignorant, or conspired, is criminal, period. This includes the moronic Judge that issued the illegal search warrant.

          As far as I know, other than South Africa, there aren’t bands of outlaws running around predominantly white regions / nations, wantonly murdering and raping. Yet. Globally is it substantially non-white people killing each other. I do agree that TPTB fear white people the most.

          If there is one thing that TPTB fear more than anything, it is a human race, aware, exercising discernment, with wisdom, turning their attention as a whole to TPTB.

          • Kane April 1, 2024, 2:36 pm

            I do NOT disagree with anything you stated above and I believe that the some covert elements within the government are waging a war on it’s citizens both Black and White included. Much like MK Ultra, Operation Northwoods etc.

        • Kane April 1, 2024, 9:34 am

          Like the 13 US service members (11 Marines, 1 Navy, 1 Army) who were killed a Kabul Airport, Lt. Byrd a Congressional Gold Medal for murdering Ashli Babbit.

    • Dave March 29, 2024, 11:39 am

      Not to mention all the worshiping of the millions of illegals allowed to rape, murder and pillage all so a pile of traitors formally referred to as democrats can corrupt the voter base. Very accurate post. Too bad there are no thumbs up available. I’d give you a bunch of them.

      • Kane April 1, 2024, 9:23 am

        Dave, I suspect that you are the same Dave I have read on other threads that does not fall for the standard jingoistic call to arms that so many others blindly follow. I admit, I used to trust the patriotic con game waged by the worst sort of liars but life handed out enough lessons where I finally got a little wiser. Do NOT let others silence your views, when the opportunity presents itself expose the domestic enemies of the US so others will wise up.

  • paul I'll call you what I want/1st Amendment March 27, 2024, 10:44 am

    it’s a total win… they can house illegals and arm them at the same time!

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