SOTG 635 - Pre-Req: Time to Get Off the Fence and Declare Allegiance

SOTG 635 – Pre-Req: Time to Get Off the Fence and Declare Allegiance
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The progressive left in America are demonstrating their allegiance to their big government slave masters by calling for the murder of local police officers. It is time for the productive American citizens to get off the fence, stop making excuses and declare your allegiance the United States of America and its founding principles.

During the Crossbreed Holsters SOTG Homeroom segment, Paul and Jarrad remind us of the importance of training and continued practice. Physical skills, and that includes shooting skills, are indeed perishable and need to be maintained.

(Original Publish Date: 07/14/2016 | Original Episode #: 417)

Today’s Homework: Get ready for the AppleTV app launch. Name is Student of the Gun TV.

Topics Covered During This Episode:

  • Black Lives Matter (BLM) chant “Shoot Cops” and “What do we want, DEAD COPS!, When do we want it?, NOW!” in New York, December of 2014.
  • Ashamed to be an American? Flying the flag is looked down upon now.
  • My Dinner with Andre from 1981 describes today’s reality
  • Clinton Crime Family, Hillary Clinton was in charge of the Bimbo Eruptions while Bill was running for president
  • Militant Homosexuals and Militant Islam
  • SOTG Homeroom: Practice when it’s hot, cold, under and circumstances, physical skills are perishable
  • Student of the Gun launches on AppleTV tomorrow, July 15th, 2016!



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My Dinner with Andre from 1981:


Video captured from Saturday’s protests in New York City appeared to show demonstrators apparently calling for the deaths of police officers, hours before violence on the Brooklyn

Bridge marred the massive march in protest of police killings of black men, including Eric Garner on Staten Island.

The video, posted on YouTube, shows a few dozen protesters marching down Fifth Avenue at 32nd Street Saturday afternoon. After a few seconds of chanting “Hands up, don’t shoot,” the demonstrators changed their cry, apparently yelling out in unison “What do we want? Dead cops. When do we want it? Now.”

The protesters repeated the chant for nearly a minute before again changing their cry.

The video was captured at about 4:30 p.m., a few hours before two police officers were hurt by a man who tried to throw a garbage can from the Brooklyn Bridge’s pedestrian walkway onto the officers below.

Police later arrested Baruch College adjunct professor Eric Linsker in the assault. Police said that Linsker allegedly had recently purchased hammers and a black face mask in his bag.

Linsker was charged with second-degree assault, resisting arrest, first-degree rioting, unlawful possession of marijuana and three counts of criminal possession of a weapon. He was released without bail after an arraignment Sunday.

In a separate confrontation on the bridge, a person was arrested for disorderly conduct after an NYPD traffic agent’s car was smashed.

The arrests marred the massive, otherwise peaceful march, which police said included at least 25,000 demonstrators.

Protesters carried signs reading “Jail Killer Cops” and “Black Lives Matter.” They chanted “I can’t breathe,” the last words of Garner, who died after he was placed in a police chokehold while being arrested on Staten Island.


The Star-Spangled Banner survived the rocket’s red glare and bombs bursting in air ? only to face a modern-day threat ? silly town ordinances and petty bureaucrats.

I’m not sure if it’s an epidemic of anti-American nincompoopery sweeping across the fruited plain or if it’s a general lack of common sense. Maybe it’s both. I’ll let you be the judge of that.

In Lexington, South Carolina Marine veteran Bob Michaelis was told to remove a patriotic display from his mattress company.

Mr. Michaelis lined the front of his store with American flags ? to honor our troops.

“We got 10 flags up,” he told television station WIS. “I thought maybe it was about time we return the patriotism in America. There’s not enough of it. It seems to be lost.”

But instead of congratulating Bob’s patriotism, the town fathers dispatched the law. He was informed that the flags violated an ordinance.

“The town of Lexington says they got to come down because there’s an ordinance in place,” he said.

The town administrator told WIS they did not issue Bob a citation nor did they tell him to take down the flags.

So why did they dispatch the chief of police to visit Bob’s store? Did they need new bedding for the local jail?

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