Missouri Governor Says he’s Prepared To Pardon The McCloskeys If They’re Charged For Protecting Their Home With Guns.
Earlier, police raided the house of St. Louis couple who protected their home against BLM protesters. The Police also confiscated their rifles. Alien Armory Tactical, a gun store in St. Charles Missouri is offering a free AR-15 to the now famous McCloskeys, who protected their home from protesters marching by with guns.
Last week, appearing with Tucker Carlson, Mark McCloskey, the man who became a viral sensation defending his home with his wife while armed, said he believe he will be “indicted shortly”.
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Missouri Gov. Mike Parson said on Friday that he was prepared to pardon a St. Louis couple if charges were filed against them for brandishing firearms at a group of protesters outside their home.
Missouri Governor Says he’s Prepared To Pardon The McCloskeys
While on “The Marc Cox Morning Show” on 97.1 FM in St. Louis, Parson was asked about an investigation circuit attorney Kim Gardner launched into Mark and Patricia McCloskey. The two were seen in widely shared footage from June pointing guns at a group of protesters who were walking down their street as part of a demonstration.
The McCloskeys claimed in a police report that they felt threatened by the demonstrators and feared that they would assault them or destroy their property. But Gardner said that she would look into the events, noting at the outset of her probe that “we will not tolerate the use of force against those exercising their First Amendment rights.”
Parson strongly pushed back against the impetus for the investigation, saying that the McCloskeys “did what they legally should do.”
“A mob does not have the right to charge your property. They had every right to protect themselves,” he said.
Asked whether he would consider a pardon if charges were filed, Parsons said, “I think that’s exactly what would happen.”
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