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What do you Expect.

Post by vlad » January 12, 2021, 8:42 pm

As Biden's Inauguration gets close the FBI have recieved threats from 50 States ready for armed conflicts running up to Bidens Inauguration, Up to 30 Thousand National Guards to protect Biden's safety on the day. Just think of the money they could have saved if gun control was introduced. The wild wild West is still going strong even after Wyat Herp's shoot out. So keep paying your taxes boys its for your own protection from your fellow country men & woman.



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Re: What do you Expect.

Post by Laan Yaa Mo » January 13, 2021, 10:46 am

vlad wrote:
January 12, 2021, 8:42 pm
As Biden's Inauguration gets close the FBI have recieved threats from 50 States ready for armed conflicts running up to Bidens Inauguration, Up to 30 Thousand National Guards to protect Biden's safety on the day. Just think of the money they could have saved if gun control was introduced. The wild wild West is still going strong even after Wyat Herp's shoot out. So keep paying your taxes boys its for your own protection from your fellow country men & woman.
Try Wyatt Earp: '
Wyatt Berry Stapp Earp (March 19, 1848 – January 13, 1929) was an Old West lawman and gambler in Cochise County, Arizona Territory, and a deputy marshal in Tombstone. He worked in a wide variety of trades throughout his life and took part in the famous gunfight at the O.K. Corral, during which lawmen killed three outlaw Cochise County Cowboys. He is often erroneously regarded as the central figure in the shootout, although his brother Virgil was the Tombstone City and Deputy U.S. Marshal that day, and had far more experience in combat as a sheriff, constable, marshal, and soldier.[2]

Earp was at different times a professional gambler, teamster, and buffalo hunter. Over his lifetime, he owned several saloons, maintained a brothel, mined for silver and gold, and refereed boxing matches. He spent his early life in Pella, Iowa. In 1870, he married Urilla Sutherland, who contracted typhoid fever and died in childbirth.[3] During the next two years, Earp was arrested for stealing a horse, escaped from jail, and was sued twice. He was arrested and fined three times in 1872 for "keeping and being found in a house of ill-fame".[4] His third arrest was described at length in the Daily Transcript, which referred to him as an "old offender" and nicknamed him the "Peoria Bummer," another name for loafer or vagrant.' - wiki
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