And here I thought the Citadel was a college in South Carolina.

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  1. The Ted Nugent insurrectionist demographic just doesn’t know when to quit with the crazy. It was refreshing to read that the state government of Tennessee immediately revoked James Yeager’s license to carry a gun after his ranting video on killing people went all over television and net news. They determined he was a potential material threat to people and conveniently destroyed his livelihood and ended his career as a YouTube sensation. I suspect the private army of patriots will not rally very effectively to his cause. That would also be the way for Oregon to handle Warren Drouin, now that he too has become the subject of expanding news. His gun license could be revoked on the grounds that he may be mentally unstable, which you could probably make a case for when tracking the number of times people have called 911 about him. One supposes de-gunned insurrectionists could appeal to the NRA for legal aid but even if they got it, it’s just more very bad publicity. 

  2. The crazies are indeed quick to drop one of their number when he gets too crazy in public.

     

    I wonder whether they wonder how crazy they look to the rest of the country and the world?  

     

    Probably not, if all they watch is Fox News.