There were several threats yesterday about ANTIFA moving its violent protests, the looting and burnings, out of the cities into the residential suburbs.
Brandon Morse warns that trying that, in America, would be a VERY BAD IDEA.
Rioting in a city is, for all intents and purposes, safe for the rioter. Even if you do have a confrontation with police, youâ€™re more than likely going to get a few bumps and bruises. At worst, some blood might be drawn from superficial wounds. The worst that may befall you is if your fellow rioters turn on you for any reason. Then youâ€™ll really face serious injury, though more than likely, youâ€™re just going to riot, loot, destroy, and go home.
The rules change in the suburbs. Youâ€™re not robbing a private store and destroying public property anymore. Now youâ€™re in home territory. The house is full of valuable possessions and luxuries, yes, but more than that, this location has family members in it. Wives, children, and even beloved pets.
Youâ€™re in a different playing field now. Here the stakes are a lot higher for the victims of rioters, and as such, the stakes will rise for you. Youâ€™re no longer just facing an arrest charge or a few bumps and bruises. Youâ€™re now playing with your life.
I want anyone in Antifa or rioting groups to know that it was estimated that there were 350 million guns in Americaâ€¦back in 2017. Also, that was the conservative estimate. The number is more likely double that, and with more being added to the count every day.
Events big and small cause gun sales to skyrocket. Former President Obama could just glance at a gun and itâ€™d cause people to purchase one. Recently, gun sales shot up thanks to the pandemic due to the idea that supplies may run out and people would have to defend their homes, families, and possessions.
The question you have to ask yourself is whether or not the person on the other side of the door that youâ€™re about to try to break down is one of those people who purchased a firearm. Every home you try to gain access to is a roll of the dice, and the odds donâ€™t look good for you.
You may be able to get away with throwing rocks at windows, maybe even smash up a few vehicles on the street. You might bust up a few light posts and trash someoneâ€™s yard. That youâ€™ll leave a mess and get away safely is probably true, provided you donâ€™t run into an armed homeowner who doesnâ€™t know the gun laws in his state well.
But rest assured, theyâ€™ll be watching your every move and the vast majority of people watching you will have a firearm in their hand, ready to use it. The moment you cross the threshold, your life is forfeit. You start trying to set someoneâ€™s home on fire, your life is forfeit. You begin attempting to bring harm to residents inside a home, your life is forfeit.
Youâ€™re far more likely to die in the suburbs than in the city in this situation. You may think moving the riots into neighborhoods is going to play out the same way. Itâ€™s not. Youâ€™re at a massive tactical disadvantage. The residents know these streets, the layout of their homes, and the defense capabilities of their residence and themselves.
You donâ€™t. Each home will be different, each resident will have different approaches, and each home may have more than one or two gun wielders inside. The goal isnâ€™t non-violent control of the situation now. Itâ€™s not about tear gas and high-pressure hoses now. Now itâ€™s deadly force.