They may not have been born with the sort of courage that compels a man to drive down to the Army station and sign up for a tour of duty in Afghanistan – there’s that UEI auto tech scholarship maybe coming from the Kiwanis Club, in the Fall, and the Call of Duty: Tehran Strike release is right after that (Christmastime) – but if Abdul from around the way thinks that he can just walk up and take out one of their local mall heroes, he’s got another thing coming.
In the wake of the attack civilians armed with handguns, rifles and assault weapons have assembled outside recruitment centers and military facilities in Georgia, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Idaho and other states…
Stewart Rhodes — president of the right-wing militia group the Oath Keepers — urged the group’s members to station themselves outside recruitment centers prepared to kill.
The toughest of the brave, these men are. How otherwise to describe the fine Americans who would pick up a Bushmaster .223 and patrol an office of the military, deep inside the homeland? Poised and ready to kill? Sure the Gas N’ Sip on Jefferson boulevard is where the real action is, but Fox News cameras haven’t been there since The Great Hip-Hop Powerball Riot of 2009. These grizzled warriors have answered with grit and determination – heck, with their lives – upon hearing the call of battle. Or upon hearing the call of Betty from the Sunglass Hut next door, as they’re somewhat similar in timbre. Anyways I’m sure the Army is quite pleased and impressed.
“If questioned by these alleged concerned citizens, be polite, professional and terminate the conversation immediately and report the incident to local law enforcement,” said the command letter.
Because if there’s one thing that the Army knows about, it’s guns. And it doesn’t matter at all who has a gun or why they’re walking around with it, we should only have as many as possible. So all of you mamas boy washout open wound flatfooted four-F fatty liver Alex Jones conspiracy studs: Please get out your M-16s and stalk our country’s recruitment centers.
The U.S. Army has warned personnel at recruitment centers to regard all armed civilians as a potential security threat…
They say they aim to gun down anyone who attacks, but the Army warned personnel that these people could pose a threat.
Or, maybe, could you please back the fuck away from us?
A police report said 28-year-old Christopher Reed was holding the rifle outside the recruiting station near the River Valley Mall in Lancaster, about 40 miles southeast of Columbus, at about noon when someone asked to look at the weapon. While Reed was clearing the ammunition from the rifle, he accidentally fired a shot into the pavement.
— 10TV.com (@10TV) July 23, 2015
Reed was given a summons to appear in court on a misdemeanor charge of discharging a firearm within the city limits. A call to a number listed for him in the police report rang unanswered.
Before you kill somebody?