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Great video.  This girl knows what she’s talking about:

If Sarah Merkle doesn’t look familiar to you, check out the knowledge she dropped on anti-gun Maryland politicians a while back. Almost 3.3 Million views on that video; I really hope all the views were not only from pro-gun people.

0:47 & 1:02 – Did she just toss a lose round in the ejection port and then send the bolt home?  I can’t say I’ve seen people do that on AR-15s normally.

It’s like “Oh you don’t like the constitution?  Syria doesn’t have one, move there.”

15-Year-Old-Girl-Pro-Gun-SpeechCrazy that girl is only 15.  I hope her patriotism and willing to fight for our rights only gets stronger, she will be an even greater asset to us all.

Thoughts?

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Director of Government Relations for the NSSF unloads a high capacity assault clip loaded with facts:

What a massacre… Bravo.  I like how the guy asking the questions just repeatedly put his foot in his gun control mouth.

7:15 – Do you think it will make no difference when someone has a 30 clip magazine as opposed to a 10 clip magazine? <– hahahah

This was the same meeting where the 15 year old girl dropped assault knowledge as well.   You can actually see her in the back of this guy’s vid.

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Hat tip: Brandon

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This is what good parenting can yield:

15-Year-Old-Girl-Pro-Gun-SpeechHer and her parents probably read ENDO… I picture them being that awesome.

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The video I talked about back in April:

Judge Emory A Pitt Jr. tossed all the charges filed against Anthony Graber, leaving only speeding and other traffic violations, and most likely sparing him a trial that had been scheduled for Oct. 12. The judge ruled that Maryland’s wire tap law allows recording of both voice and sound in areas where privacy cannot be expected. He ruled that a police officer on a traffic stop has no expectation of privacy.

Full Story – HERE

Well thank god common sense prevailed this time.

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We won’t be crossing the Maryland State Police any time soon. As Anthony Graber recently found out, exceeding the speed limit and showboating on your bike can easily end with having a gun pulled on you, your personal property confiscated and a trip to the clink. Graber was enjoying the weather on his bike, admittedly speeding and popping wheelies, all the time recording his exploits via a helmet cam. When he slowed for a stoplight, a car pulled in front of the bike, and the driver exited the vehicle with a gun drawn, demanding Graber get off of his motorcycle.

Here’s where things go from bad to worse. Graber gets his citation and heads home, only to have the state police show up a few days later with a warrant for four computers, two laptops and his camera. Why? Turns out there’s a law against audibly recording someone without their consent. It’s a felony.

Full Story – HERE

The Video:

[youtube width=”560″ height=”340″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BHjjF55M8JQ[/youtube]

The problem I have with this:

  • The car is unmarked, has tint, and is not even a regular police car model
  • The officer not in uniform
  • The officer did not immediately display his badge
  • Took the officer a good 5 seconds to say “state police”.. and really why should that be believed?

I think it’s lucky the guy on the motorcycle didn’t freak out and take off, or else pull out a concealed gun of his own, because he probably would have got shot.

Also, I love how recording someone without consent is a felony… classic. :roll:

If the same thing happened to me, I would instantly think that the guy was some pissed off motorist that I cut off or something and that he was going to shoot me.  I definitely wouldn’t have stuck around to find out what was going to happen next.

Right at the end of the video you see a marked Maryland State Police car, but no siren or lights appear to be on.

UPDATE: there is a 2nd video HERE… it contains a bit more footage before and after, but the sound is cut out so we can’t tell if the siren was on.

Was it really necessary for the officer to pull his gun, rather than just flashing his badge and telling the guy to turn his bike off?  There doesn’t seem to be any sort of a threat that would warrant the gun coming out.

What do you guys think?

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