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Primate98 5 points ago +6 / -1

Nobody ever talks about it, but I think in such a situation the cops would fold very, very quickly. Like in Uvalde, to confront one teenager that doesn't exist, it takes 50 during the incident and 500 afterwards for no known reason. (Or whatever the numbers are, I can't bother to look.)

But what happens when this standing army starts getting out of line, and then someone SWATs his gun nut UltraMAGA neighbor? Only--ooops!--it's actually an ambush at an abandoned house and the entire team is wiped out as a very harsh example. How many of these power-tripping thugs are interested in suitin' and bootin' for the next go-round?

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IGOexiled 3 points ago +4 / -1

Nobody ever talks about it, but I think in such a situation the cops would fold very, very quickly.

All our officers' home addresses are public and my town's precinct is not defensible. I'm confident we can change minds while eviscerating the fewest number of wives and children.