I’m telling you,

Lefty policies are engendering vigilanteism.

Remember, in the end the police aren’t there to protect the public from criminals, they’re there to protect criminals from the public. Communities dealt with crime long before police were invented, usually in rather harsh and low-due-process ways. The bargain was, let the police handle it instead. No police, no bargain.”

Personally, I don’t like vigilanteism. So Leftists, KNOCK IT OFF! What you are doing is creating vigilantes. Is that what you want?


Careful, Lefties!

The stench of lawlessness often turns into the stink of vigilanteism. And no one with any good sense wants that. Just KNOW what path you are going down!

As one commenter said: “Unexpectedly…”

Culture Vigilanteism

You want vigilanteism?

Because this is how you get vigilanteism. You are a HUGE fool to back the Lefty pro-crime agenda.

At the village with the most unsolved burglaries in the UK, shopkeepers are turning to vigilante-style tactics.

As a merchant (or even a regular person) what else is there to do? Honestly, if there is no official justice, who can blame them for protecting themselves?

BUT, this will progress. At the extreme, ALL crimes might well become death-penalty crimes! I mean, there is a very good reason to have a police force and a functioning justice system.


Uhm, it’s a

recipe for vigilanteism.

Look, I’ve warned you many times that when government no longer ensures fair and equal protection under the law and enforces its borders, people take things into their own hands. And feel totally justified in doing so.

Current Events Vigilanteism

Is this


I would bet that it is. And unless we get a fair Justice system, it won’t be the last time we see such a thing, unfortunately.

When the Lefty judge and the Soros prosecutor gave this teen an unbelievably light sentence, they actually sentenced him to death. Because in a vigilante environment, every crime (or assumed crime) carries the death penalty!

Can we just go back to a decent Justice system? I am a fan of rule of law.

Here’s a script for a drama: He got off on a technicality by an unfair, corrupt judge. I will fix that and enforce fairness…

Oh, and the actor is a young Clint Eastwood. The final scene is Clint Eastwood walking away and saying, A man’s gotta know his limitations.

Ring any bells?