Pelosi Security Points Gun At Trump Supporters From New Jersey Rooftop

beDplorable

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Pelosi Security Points Gun At Trump Supporters From New Jersey Rooftop


Civilian releases disturbing photo
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi stumped in South Jersey Saturday on behalf of U.S. House Rep. Donald Norcross in his campaign for re-election.
Pelosi was joined by New Jersey Governor, Phil Murphy (D) and Senator Corey Booker (D), all of whom are staunchly against Second Amendment rights, and are known to push for gun control.
The Democrats were met by hundreds of peaceful protestors who filled the sidewalk at Camden County College, demonstrating and holding pro-Second Amendment and pro-Trump signs.
A civilian on the sidewalk snapped this photo, showing a member of the Democrats’ security force, dangerously pointing a firearm at the crowd of civilians. By any standard, this unequivocally violates basic safety rules and calls into question training, and protocol.

Above image credit: William J. Hayden, Sussex Patriot
William J. Hayden who attended the protest said: “You can clearly see he is pointing the weapon at us. This is why they want complete and total disarmament of the civilian population. And in New Jersey, where the right is diminished, this should be a wake up call to even those that think only the government should have firearms……”
Pointing a rifle at one’s political enemies could be aggravated assault at a minimum, but worse, it bears the hallmarks of tyranny.
New Jersey is one of the most infringed states in the nation. Less than .01 percent of gun owners in the state have carry permits. The standard for carry permits requires the applicant to prove “justifiable need”. Hardly anyone can meet the standard, even those who have been threatened by criminals, and repeatedly kidnapped.
Black Wire Media is the communications division of The Colition of New Jersey Firearms Owners, CNJFO, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization as defined by the Internal Revenue Code can be found on the web at: Coalition of New Jersey Firearm Owners - Home
Featured image credit: William J. Hayden, Sussex Patriot
 

NoMoreLibs

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Ummm.... yeah 'safety'. Someone thinks the security force gives a flying f*ck about the people. Dumbass.

The last thing that guys cares about are the people down there. I'd place bets he's hoping someone makes a move so he can justify sending lead downrange.
 

dvo

Veteran Member
Well...who is her security? Is it a FedGov agency, state, or private security force? Gooberment can probably get away with that crap. If it’s a private force, local law enforcement should be submitting charges. Oh wait...the dummies never get charged. Rule of law extinct.
 

Macgyver

Veteran Member
Probably county or state police swat.
There are lawyers here that would take the case for fun.

I can't help but think there's a lawyer or two who would take William J. Hayden, Sussex Patriot's case pro bono on this one.
But this is Piglosi's security so she is like Mini-Mike. They are elitists and according to them, they are entitled to protection and us peons are not.
Well...who is her security? Is it a FedGov agency, state, or private security force? Gooberment can probably get away with that crap. If it’s a private force, local law enforcement should be submitting charges. Oh wait...the dummies never get charged. Rule of law extinct.
 

Groucho

Veteran Member
He is probably looking through his scope for potential threats.
That's the spotters job. These jackass meat shields either had no proper training, or lost all memory of training after killing their brain cells with various substances.
 

WiWatcher

Contributing Member
That is why I added binoculars to my BOBs. Observing through binoculars is not a threat, through a scope is. If all you have is a scope on a rifle to look through for distance then don't be surprised if someone takes it the wrong way.
 

Jeff B.

What is left when honor is lost?
No rear guard, I bet.

His arrogance will earn a boogaloo enema when it gets spicy.
Something I think you'll find in most "tactical" units, except for the real high end teams, is an inward focus and lack of appreciation for what could be out there. Operating in an uncontested environment where you're the big dog can put you into a bad mindset and an even worse place when "things get spicy".

Jeff B.
 

zeker

Veteran Member
yep...God forbid that somebody shoots back....just sayin
someone in the crowd drops from his bullet

he drops a second later

and they claim he was shot first

yep and it would be screamed

"he gave his life protecting me"
 

Dobbin

Faithful Steed
someone in the crowd drops from his bullet

he drops a second later

and they claim he was shot first

yep and it would be screamed

"he gave his life protecting me"
When you control the narrative, you get to say anything you want.

Being believed is another matter.

Dobbin
 

EMICT

Veteran Member
4 rules guys, there are 4 very, very simple rules. Security detail or not, there's 4 fu**ing rules.View attachment 185014
... and this guy was following 3 of the 4 rules to a T.

1. I'm relatively sure the gun was loaded.
2. I'm relatively sure he was pointing the rifle at something 'he' wanted to destroy.
3. Not sure about finger placement.
4. I'm relatively sure he knew his target(s).
 

Groucho

Veteran Member
Soooooo........ If I just happen to be at a lefty confab with a well known lefty personality talking and I happen to see a man with a rifle on the roof, Maybe I should point and scream, "SNIPER!! EVERYBODY DOWN!!!!" ? Yeah, maybe I should do that as a PSA. Think of it as virtue signaling. I'm showing I care.

Now, if I just had a strong enough stomach to actually go to a lefty get together.
 

Thinwater

Firearms Manufacturer
All I can say is..... counter sniper...
To counter a sniper, check out the area (Pre operation surveillance) and identify spots where a sniper could hide and be effective with a rifle.

Then identify spots where you could hide and set up to surveil those spots. A good advance team will do both so they know where to put their men and what places they need to clear before deploying their snipers.

Their snipers should also be positioned to watch areas where a sniper could set up to take a shoot a the VIP since the VIP would need counter sniper protection. The guy on the roof was just covering the crowd. There "Should be" more unseen layers of protection, just FYI in case things ever get sporty.

Counter surveillance is the same thing but usually one layer deep. Identify areas where surveillance could be conducted on the subject, then set up surveillance on those spots.

I only had very brief training in this while in undercover narcotics operations school and in surveillance techniques school. A person with specific anti sniper training should be able to give better advice.
 

zeker

Veteran Member
so. yelling

"SNIPER!! EVERYBODY DOWN!!!!"

would you be charged with inciting or any injuries resulting from the stampede?

asking for a friend:confused:
 
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