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  1. If this happened to cops I doubt that they would be required to wait for the firearm to be drawn and pointed at them.
  2. If you have a medical condition that prevents you from being able to wear a mask , Walmart won't make you stay out. I can't breath through a mask so I don't wear one. I was in Walmart today. Meijer exempts people that are unable to wear a mask as well.
  3. There was no waiting in line after the first week near me. The door security moderately enforces the "in" and "out" doors. They keep count of how many people are in the store, so presumably they might make someone wait sometime, but I haven't seen it. You have to wear a mask, which is the same as everywhere. There are direction markers in the aisles, but no one obeys them, not even the employees. Meijer does not force customers into a single file line like Walmart does which reduces the likelihood that you will be walking into a cloud of infection vapor.
  4. Someone could argue that that it is the epitome of racism for an elitist to cause minorities to be defenseless while paying for armed security for themselves.
  5. Technically they broke the law by being on the private street but they stopped short of giving the private security legal justification to use lethal force to repel a riotous mob. Also since the couple's lawyer was their he can attest to a riotous mob harassing and threatening the couple.
  6. ^This x1,000! They may be new converts to the pro gun crowd now that they realize that they can not get a police response to 911 calls.
  7. The fund sweep may have been done with the intention of causing illegal delays which exposes the government officials to to deprivation of rights under color of law lawsuits as well as potentially being exposed the prosecution by the feds for the same. Also if 2 or more individuals conspired to raid the funds with the intention to cause the illegal delays they also can be sued for conspiracy against rights as well as be prosecuted by the feds for the same.
  8. The existence of the NICS system negates the necessity of the FOID act and FTIP system. The FOID act is now an unnecessary burden in light of the NICS system. The FOID act predated the NICS system and was needed prior to the NICS system but it is now redundant and superfluous.
  9. I have read that Walmart will stop selling handgun ammunition and Assault rifle ammunition which means they will potentially only be selling shotgun ammunition.
  10. The only way it would be legal for ILLINOS to allow the FOID to exist after a court ruling declaring it unconstitutional would be to revise FOID law and all references of FOID in law to make it an optional card that would offer a benefit of no mandatory waiting period upon instant background check approval and a maximum 3 day wait when background check is delayed.
  11. Who will get arrested by the feds first the governor for tax evasion or Madigan for corruption? Taking all bets.
  12. A court would rule that jailing or fining a Sheriff for refusing to enforce unconstitutional laws would be an unconstitutional act. It may also be defined as wrongful arrest since Supreme Court precedent has established that law enforcement has a right to refuse to enforce unconstitutional laws. A cop that would arrest the sheriff will probably not have legal authority to do so and as a result the arresting officer may technically be committing a kidnapping.
  13. If the ISP requires people to pay the repeatedly to correct then they are putting themselves at greater risk of charge-backs.
  14. Would GSL have standing if one or more GSL members were to possess 15 magazine within village limits while passing through? Would GSL have standing if one or more GSL members were to possess 15 magazine within village limits while visiting family?
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