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Trump supporter pulled gun on woman after spotting Elizabeth Warren bumper sticker

Ottonomous

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https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/trump-elizabeth-warren-gun-north-dakota-minnesota-joseph-schumacher-a9148781.html?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook&fbclid=IwAR1LXKqY4rL68OnATdntILO4TPpUFlw2_O1NkRLlQ0TnJoHUCxc4zeBR2CU#Echobox=1570642358

The two began to argue from their cars on the central road through Moorhead, Minnesota, a city that sits on the border between the state – which voted in favour of Hillary Clinton in 2016 – and North Dakota, 62% of which which came out for Donald Trump in the same election.
The back-and-forth continued for several blocks, however authorities say Mr Schumacher escalated the argument when he pulled out a gun and proceeded to wave it at the democratic supporter before driving away.
 

balloonshark

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Did you miss the part where he had no permit?
Permit for what though? A permit to own the weapon? A permit to have the weapon in MN? A permit to have a concealed and/or loaded weapon in his vehicle in MN? I know in the past in WV having a loaded weapon in the vehicle was a big no no. To me it reads like he could have had a legally owned weapon in his vehicle that was kept loaded without a permit.
 

ch33zw1z

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Permit for what though? A permit to own the weapon? A permit to have the weapon in MN? A permit to have a concealed and/or loaded weapon in his vehicle in MN? I know in the past in WV having a loaded weapon in the vehicle was a big no no. To me it reads like he could have had a legally owned weapon in his vehicle that was kept loaded without a permit.
Maybe not physically having the permit on him?
 

Fenixgoon

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Did you miss the part where he had no permit?
let's play a hypothetical game - the man has a valid CWP. how in any way does that justify him pulling a weapon on someone, when there was clearly no credible threat to his life that would possibly justify a self-defense argument?

it doesn't, because the CWP is a red herring. just another example of a stochastic terrorist fine person
 

ch33zw1z

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let's play a hypothetical game - the man has a valid CWP. how in any way does that justify him pulling a weapon on someone, when there was clearly no credible threat to his life that would possibly justify a self-defense argument?

it doesn't, because the CWP is a red herring. just another example of a stochastic terrorist fine person
Taj is more of a grenade type of guy

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imported_tajmahal

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let's play a hypothetical game - the man has a valid CWP. how in any way does that justify him pulling a weapon on someone, when there was clearly no credible threat to his life that would possibly justify a self-defense argument?

it doesn't, because the CWP is a red herring. just another example of a stochastic terrorist fine person
It doesn't. It's obviously against the law and he should be punished to the full extent of the law for his illegal actions. If he has a CP it should be revoked. I doubt if he had a CP though.
 
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GoodRevrnd

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let's play a hypothetical game - the man has a valid CWP. how in any way does that justify him pulling a weapon on someone, when there was clearly no credible threat to his life that would possibly justify a self-defense argument?

it doesn't, because the CWP is a red herring. just another example of a stochastic terrorist fine person
I'm not sure what point either of you are trying to make. Brandishing is brandishing.
 

imported_tajmahal

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How's it an insult when you said it? Lol...

Tell us again how having a permit would've absolved this drivers responsibility from being a gun wielding lunatic
I never said it.

It wouldn't absolve the driver, if anything he would be held to a higher standard. That's why I doubt he had a permit in the first place and why I pointed it out.
 

zinfamous

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That was a most un-clever thing for that fine young man to do. What a pity.
 

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