Irrelevant who they are.
Irrelevant where the guns came from.
Though that said, the scope on top of the ridiculously overdressed FN SCAR rifle in the foreground is a bit over the top, but hey, the second amendment doesn’t account for taste.
Again, irrelevent the reason they are brandishing their firearms.
Yes, several times.
But, apparently, Kemp took issue with it
And so did Rush.
I checked conservative sources (where you’d be most likely to find this info) and I couldn’t find anything.
So, let me ask you.
You fully support the right of the Black Panthers (or any other black people) to walk the streets anywhere they want, including protests, brandishing firearms like these, is that correct? because I don’t want to misquote you.
As far as standing in front of polling places, I agree that’s illegal, but remember that the woman in Texas violated a lawful order and that’s really the conversation that started this exchange. If the black Panthers wanted to challenge the law they should be able to do it, again assuming they do it peacefully? (No I don’t think people should be able to stand at polling places intimidating voters before you ask).
Now, in this case, I grabbed a picture of the Black Panthers, who obviously have a checkered history, but that was an easy photo to link to. But what if these guys weren’t Black Panthers? What if they were peacefully protesting the death of a friend they believed didn’t get justice in front of the local Police station or town hall? Would that be ok? I’m asking.
As long as they are being peaceful, you’re ok with that, right? I mean a few veiled threats aside, as long as they don’t engage in violence or destruction, you’re cool with that?