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Bill to Outlaw "Castle Doctrine"

SEMI-NEWS/SEMI-SATIRE: December 6, 2020 Edition - National News/Current Events - The Briefing Room (gopbriefingroom.com)
6 Dec 2020 ~~ By John Semmens
~[Snip}~
In Texas, State Representative Terry Meza (D-Irving) has introduced HB196. Her bill would repeal the state's "castle doctrine." This doctrine allows a homeowner to use deadly force against an armed intruder who breaks into his home.
"I'm not saying that stealing is okay," Meza explained. "All I'm saying is that it doesn't warrant a death penalty. Thieves only carry weapons for self-protection and to provide the householder an incentive to cooperate. They just want to get their loot and get away. When the resident tries to resist is when people get hurt. If only one side is armed fewer people will be killed."
Meza was quick to reassure that her bill "would not totally prevent homeowners from defending themselves. Under the new law the homeowner's obligation is to flee the home at the first sign of intrusion. If fleeing is not possible he must cooperate with the intruder. But if violence breaks out it is the homeowner's responsibility to make sure no one gets hurt. The best way to achieve this is to use the minimum non-lethal force possible because intruders will be able to sue for any injuries they receive at the hands of the homeowner."
"In most instances the thief needs the money more than the homeowner does," Meza reasoned. "The homeowner's insurance we reimburse his losses. On balance, the transfer of property is likely to lead to a more equitable distribution of wealth. If my bill can help make this transfer a peaceful one so much the better."


Comment:
Typical Progressive Marxist/DSA Democrat illogical 'Think'.
I'm sure that Beto O'Rourke will try to use this frame of thought in his effort to confiscate guns under China Joe.
Meanwhile go to the URL to read the other satirical items John has commented on.....
 

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Bill to Outlaw "Castle Doctrine"

SEMI-NEWS/SEMI-SATIRE: December 6, 2020 Edition - National News/Current Events - The Briefing Room (gopbriefingroom.com)
6 Dec 2020 ~~ By John Semmens
~[Snip}~
In Texas, State Representative Terry Meza (D-Irving) has introduced HB196. Her bill would repeal the state's "castle doctrine." This doctrine allows a homeowner to use deadly force against an armed intruder who breaks into his home.
"I'm not saying that stealing is okay," Meza explained. "All I'm saying is that it doesn't warrant a death penalty. Thieves only carry weapons for self-protection and to provide the householder an incentive to cooperate. They just want to get their loot and get away. When the resident tries to resist is when people get hurt. If only one side is armed fewer people will be killed."
Meza was quick to reassure that her bill "would not totally prevent homeowners from defending themselves. Under the new law the homeowner's obligation is to flee the home at the first sign of intrusion. If fleeing is not possible he must cooperate with the intruder. But if violence breaks out it is the homeowner's responsibility to make sure no one gets hurt. The best way to achieve this is to use the minimum non-lethal force possible because intruders will be able to sue for any injuries they receive at the hands of the homeowner."
"In most instances the thief needs the money more than the homeowner does," Meza reasoned. "The homeowner's insurance we reimburse his losses. On balance, the transfer of property is likely to lead to a more equitable distribution of wealth. If my bill can help make this transfer a peaceful one so much the better."


Comment:
Typical Progressive Marxist/DSA Democrat illogical 'Think'.
I'm sure that Beto O'Rourke will try to use this frame of thought in his effort to confiscate guns under China Joe.
Meanwhile go to the URL to read the other satirical items John has commented on.....

I doubt the bill will pass.

The castle doctrine makes perfect sense. Her claim that "Thieves only carry weapons for self-protection and to provide the householder an incentive to cooperate" is bullshit. Anyone breaking into my house in the middle of the night will leave on a stretcher. If I have to fire a shot or two with the criminal's gun to make it look better, so be it.
 

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SEMI-NEWS/SEMI-SATIRE: December 6, 2020 Edition - National News/Current Events - The Briefing Room (gopbriefingroom.com)
6 Dec 2020 ~~ By John Semmens
~[Snip}~
In Texas, State Representative Terry Meza (D-Irving) has introduced HB196. Her bill would repeal the state's "castle doctrine." This doctrine allows a homeowner to use deadly force against an armed intruder who breaks into his home.
"I'm not saying that stealing is okay," Meza explained. "All I'm saying is that it doesn't warrant a death penalty. Thieves only carry weapons for self-protection and to provide the householder an incentive to cooperate. They just want to get their loot and get away. When the resident tries to resist is when people get hurt. If only one side is armed fewer people will be killed."
Meza was quick to reassure that her bill "would not totally prevent homeowners from defending themselves. Under the new law the homeowner's obligation is to flee the home at the first sign of intrusion. If fleeing is not possible he must cooperate with the intruder. But if violence breaks out it is the homeowner's responsibility to make sure no one gets hurt. The best way to achieve this is to use the minimum non-lethal force possible because intruders will be able to sue for any injuries they receive at the hands of the homeowner."
"In most instances the thief needs the money more than the homeowner does," Meza reasoned. "The homeowner's insurance we reimburse his losses. On balance, the transfer of property is likely to lead to a more equitable distribution of wealth. If my bill can help make this transfer a peaceful one so much the better."


Comment:
Typical Progressive Marxist/DSA Democrat illogical 'Think'.
I'm sure that Beto O'Rourke will try to use this frame of thought in his effort to confiscate guns under China Joe.
Meanwhile go to the URL to read the other satirical items John has commented on.....
Thieves only carry weapons for self-protection and to provide the householder an incentive to cooperate.
This is the insane mentality of the progs who are in power.

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Oh, i just found this picture on the internet, it is going to be my signature from now on.....
 

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SEMI-NEWS/SEMI-SATIRE: December 6, 2020 Edition - National News/Current Events - The Briefing Room (gopbriefingroom.com)
6 Dec 2020 ~~ By John Semmens
~[Snip}~
In Texas, State Representative Terry Meza (D-Irving) has introduced HB196. Her bill would repeal the state's "castle doctrine." This doctrine allows a homeowner to use deadly force against an armed intruder who breaks into his home.
"I'm not saying that stealing is okay," Meza explained. "All I'm saying is that it doesn't warrant a death penalty. Thieves only carry weapons for self-protection and to provide the householder an incentive to cooperate. They just want to get their loot and get away. When the resident tries to resist is when people get hurt. If only one side is armed fewer people will be killed."
Meza was quick to reassure that her bill "would not totally prevent homeowners from defending themselves. Under the new law the homeowner's obligation is to flee the home at the first sign of intrusion. If fleeing is not possible he must cooperate with the intruder. But if violence breaks out it is the homeowner's responsibility to make sure no one gets hurt. The best way to achieve this is to use the minimum non-lethal force possible because intruders will be able to sue for any injuries they receive at the hands of the homeowner."
"In most instances the thief needs the money more than the homeowner does," Meza reasoned. "The homeowner's insurance we reimburse his losses. On balance, the transfer of property is likely to lead to a more equitable distribution of wealth. If my bill can help make this transfer a peaceful one so much the better."


Comment:
Typical Progressive Marxist/DSA Democrat illogical 'Think'.
I'm sure that Beto O'Rourke will try to use this frame of thought in his effort to confiscate guns under China Joe.
Meanwhile go to the URL to read the other satirical items John has commented on.....

I doubt the bill will pass.

The castle doctrine makes perfect sense. Her claim that "Thieves only carry weapons for self-protection and to provide the householder an incentive to cooperate" is bullshit. Anyone breaking into my house in the middle of the night will leave on a stretcher. If I have to fire a shot or two with the criminal's gun to make it look better, so be it.
Wear gloves.
 

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Bill to Outlaw "Castle Doctrine"

SEMI-NEWS/SEMI-SATIRE: December 6, 2020 Edition - National News/Current Events - The Briefing Room (gopbriefingroom.com)
6 Dec 2020 ~~ By John Semmens
~[Snip}~
In Texas, State Representative Terry Meza (D-Irving) has introduced HB196. Her bill would repeal the state's "castle doctrine." This doctrine allows a homeowner to use deadly force against an armed intruder who breaks into his home.
"I'm not saying that stealing is okay," Meza explained. "All I'm saying is that it doesn't warrant a death penalty. Thieves only carry weapons for self-protection and to provide the householder an incentive to cooperate. They just want to get their loot and get away. When the resident tries to resist is when people get hurt. If only one side is armed fewer people will be killed."
Meza was quick to reassure that her bill "would not totally prevent homeowners from defending themselves. Under the new law the homeowner's obligation is to flee the home at the first sign of intrusion. If fleeing is not possible he must cooperate with the intruder. But if violence breaks out it is the homeowner's responsibility to make sure no one gets hurt. The best way to achieve this is to use the minimum non-lethal force possible because intruders will be able to sue for any injuries they receive at the hands of the homeowner."
"In most instances the thief needs the money more than the homeowner does," Meza reasoned. "The homeowner's insurance we reimburse his losses. On balance, the transfer of property is likely to lead to a more equitable distribution of wealth. If my bill can help make this transfer a peaceful one so much the better."


Comment:
Typical Progressive Marxist/DSA Democrat illogical 'Think'.
I'm sure that Beto O'Rourke will try to use this frame of thought in his effort to confiscate guns under China Joe.
Meanwhile go to the URL to read the other satirical items John has commented on.....

I doubt the bill will pass.

The castle doctrine makes perfect sense. Her claim that "Thieves only carry weapons for self-protection and to provide the householder an incentive to cooperate" is bullshit. Anyone breaking into my house in the middle of the night will leave on a stretcher. If I have to fire a shot or two with the criminal's gun to make it look better, so be it.
Wear gloves.

I'll wear gloves and put the gun in his hand and press the trigger.
 

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Bill to Outlaw "Castle Doctrine"

SEMI-NEWS/SEMI-SATIRE: December 6, 2020 Edition - National News/Current Events - The Briefing Room (gopbriefingroom.com)
6 Dec 2020 ~~ By John Semmens
~[Snip}~
In Texas, State Representative Terry Meza (D-Irving) has introduced HB196. Her bill would repeal the state's "castle doctrine." This doctrine allows a homeowner to use deadly force against an armed intruder who breaks into his home.
"I'm not saying that stealing is okay," Meza explained. "All I'm saying is that it doesn't warrant a death penalty. Thieves only carry weapons for self-protection and to provide the householder an incentive to cooperate. They just want to get their loot and get away. When the resident tries to resist is when people get hurt. If only one side is armed fewer people will be killed."
Meza was quick to reassure that her bill "would not totally prevent homeowners from defending themselves. Under the new law the homeowner's obligation is to flee the home at the first sign of intrusion. If fleeing is not possible he must cooperate with the intruder. But if violence breaks out it is the homeowner's responsibility to make sure no one gets hurt. The best way to achieve this is to use the minimum non-lethal force possible because intruders will be able to sue for any injuries they receive at the hands of the homeowner."
"In most instances the thief needs the money more than the homeowner does," Meza reasoned. "The homeowner's insurance we reimburse his losses. On balance, the transfer of property is likely to lead to a more equitable distribution of wealth. If my bill can help make this transfer a peaceful one so much the better."


Comment:
Typical Progressive Marxist/DSA Democrat illogical 'Think'.
I'm sure that Beto O'Rourke will try to use this frame of thought in his effort to confiscate guns under China Joe.
Meanwhile go to the URL to read the other satirical items John has commented on.....

I doubt the bill will pass.

The castle doctrine makes perfect sense. Her claim that "Thieves only carry weapons for self-protection and to provide the householder an incentive to cooperate" is bullshit. Anyone breaking into my house in the middle of the night will leave on a stretcher. If I have to fire a shot or two with the criminal's gun to make it look better, so be it.
Wear gloves.

I'll wear gloves and put the gun in his hand and press the trigger.

Make sure he gets gunpowder residue on his hands.
 

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Bill to Outlaw "Castle Doctrine"

SEMI-NEWS/SEMI-SATIRE: December 6, 2020 Edition - National News/Current Events - The Briefing Room (gopbriefingroom.com)
6 Dec 2020 ~~ By John Semmens
~[Snip}~
In Texas, State Representative Terry Meza (D-Irving) has introduced HB196. Her bill would repeal the state's "castle doctrine." This doctrine allows a homeowner to use deadly force against an armed intruder who breaks into his home.
"I'm not saying that stealing is okay," Meza explained. "All I'm saying is that it doesn't warrant a death penalty. Thieves only carry weapons for self-protection and to provide the householder an incentive to cooperate. They just want to get their loot and get away. When the resident tries to resist is when people get hurt. If only one side is armed fewer people will be killed."
Meza was quick to reassure that her bill "would not totally prevent homeowners from defending themselves. Under the new law the homeowner's obligation is to flee the home at the first sign of intrusion. If fleeing is not possible he must cooperate with the intruder. But if violence breaks out it is the homeowner's responsibility to make sure no one gets hurt. The best way to achieve this is to use the minimum non-lethal force possible because intruders will be able to sue for any injuries they receive at the hands of the homeowner."
"In most instances the thief needs the money more than the homeowner does," Meza reasoned. "The homeowner's insurance we reimburse his losses. On balance, the transfer of property is likely to lead to a more equitable distribution of wealth. If my bill can help make this transfer a peaceful one so much the better."


Comment:
Typical Progressive Marxist/DSA Democrat illogical 'Think'.
I'm sure that Beto O'Rourke will try to use this frame of thought in his effort to confiscate guns under China Joe.
Meanwhile go to the URL to read the other satirical items John has commented on.....

I doubt the bill will pass.

The castle doctrine makes perfect sense. Her claim that "Thieves only carry weapons for self-protection and to provide the householder an incentive to cooperate" is bullshit. Anyone breaking into my house in the middle of the night will leave on a stretcher. If I have to fire a shot or two with the criminal's gun to make it look better, so be it.
Wear gloves.

I'll wear gloves and put the gun in his hand and press the trigger.

Make sure he gets gunpowder residue on his hands.

That is why I hold the gun in his hand.
 

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Bill to Outlaw "Castle Doctrine"

SEMI-NEWS/SEMI-SATIRE: December 6, 2020 Edition - National News/Current Events - The Briefing Room (gopbriefingroom.com)
6 Dec 2020 ~~ By John Semmens
~[Snip}~
In Texas, State Representative Terry Meza (D-Irving) has introduced HB196. Her bill would repeal the state's "castle doctrine." This doctrine allows a homeowner to use deadly force against an armed intruder who breaks into his home.
"I'm not saying that stealing is okay," Meza explained. "All I'm saying is that it doesn't warrant a death penalty. Thieves only carry weapons for self-protection and to provide the householder an incentive to cooperate. They just want to get their loot and get away. When the resident tries to resist is when people get hurt. If only one side is armed fewer people will be killed."
Meza was quick to reassure that her bill "would not totally prevent homeowners from defending themselves. Under the new law the homeowner's obligation is to flee the home at the first sign of intrusion. If fleeing is not possible he must cooperate with the intruder. But if violence breaks out it is the homeowner's responsibility to make sure no one gets hurt. The best way to achieve this is to use the minimum non-lethal force possible because intruders will be able to sue for any injuries they receive at the hands of the homeowner."
"In most instances the thief needs the money more than the homeowner does," Meza reasoned. "The homeowner's insurance we reimburse his losses. On balance, the transfer of property is likely to lead to a more equitable distribution of wealth. If my bill can help make this transfer a peaceful one so much the better."


Comment:
Typical Progressive Marxist/DSA Democrat illogical 'Think'.
I'm sure that Beto O'Rourke will try to use this frame of thought in his effort to confiscate guns under China Joe.
Meanwhile go to the URL to read the other satirical items John has commented on.....

I doubt the bill will pass.

The castle doctrine makes perfect sense. Her claim that "Thieves only carry weapons for self-protection and to provide the householder an incentive to cooperate" is bullshit. Anyone breaking into my house in the middle of the night will leave on a stretcher. If I have to fire a shot or two with the criminal's gun to make it look better, so be it.
Wear gloves.

I'll wear gloves and put the gun in his hand and press the trigger.
Screw that, if someone comes through my window late at night, since i lost my weapons in a boating accident in the Atlantic, i have my wife going for her....

Theodore Roosevelt .45 colt.
She can shoot a flea off the hind of a basset hound at 100 yards with that thing.
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Bill to Outlaw "Castle Doctrine"

SEMI-NEWS/SEMI-SATIRE: December 6, 2020 Edition - National News/Current Events - The Briefing Room (gopbriefingroom.com)
6 Dec 2020 ~~ By John Semmens
~[Snip}~
In Texas, State Representative Terry Meza (D-Irving) has introduced HB196. Her bill would repeal the state's "castle doctrine." This doctrine allows a homeowner to use deadly force against an armed intruder who breaks into his home.
"I'm not saying that stealing is okay," Meza explained. "All I'm saying is that it doesn't warrant a death penalty. Thieves only carry weapons for self-protection and to provide the householder an incentive to cooperate. They just want to get their loot and get away. When the resident tries to resist is when people get hurt. If only one side is armed fewer people will be killed."
Meza was quick to reassure that her bill "would not totally prevent homeowners from defending themselves. Under the new law the homeowner's obligation is to flee the home at the first sign of intrusion. If fleeing is not possible he must cooperate with the intruder. But if violence breaks out it is the homeowner's responsibility to make sure no one gets hurt. The best way to achieve this is to use the minimum non-lethal force possible because intruders will be able to sue for any injuries they receive at the hands of the homeowner."
"In most instances the thief needs the money more than the homeowner does," Meza reasoned. "The homeowner's insurance we reimburse his losses. On balance, the transfer of property is likely to lead to a more equitable distribution of wealth. If my bill can help make this transfer a peaceful one so much the better."


Comment:
Typical Progressive Marxist/DSA Democrat illogical 'Think'.
I'm sure that Beto O'Rourke will try to use this frame of thought in his effort to confiscate guns under China Joe.
Meanwhile go to the URL to read the other satirical items John has commented on.....

I doubt the bill will pass.

The castle doctrine makes perfect sense. Her claim that "Thieves only carry weapons for self-protection and to provide the householder an incentive to cooperate" is bullshit. Anyone breaking into my house in the middle of the night will leave on a stretcher. If I have to fire a shot or two with the criminal's gun to make it look better, so be it.
Wear gloves.

I'll wear gloves and put the gun in his hand and press the trigger.

Make sure he gets gunpowder residue on his hands.

That is why I hold the gun in his hand.

Just dont cover his hand with you gloved hands was my point.
If there are gaps in the powder residue that'll set off alarms with the forensic guys.
 

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Bill to Outlaw "Castle Doctrine"

SEMI-NEWS/SEMI-SATIRE: December 6, 2020 Edition - National News/Current Events - The Briefing Room (gopbriefingroom.com)
6 Dec 2020 ~~ By John Semmens
~[Snip}~
In Texas, State Representative Terry Meza (D-Irving) has introduced HB196. Her bill would repeal the state's "castle doctrine." This doctrine allows a homeowner to use deadly force against an armed intruder who breaks into his home.
"I'm not saying that stealing is okay," Meza explained. "All I'm saying is that it doesn't warrant a death penalty. Thieves only carry weapons for self-protection and to provide the householder an incentive to cooperate. They just want to get their loot and get away. When the resident tries to resist is when people get hurt. If only one side is armed fewer people will be killed."
Meza was quick to reassure that her bill "would not totally prevent homeowners from defending themselves. Under the new law the homeowner's obligation is to flee the home at the first sign of intrusion. If fleeing is not possible he must cooperate with the intruder. But if violence breaks out it is the homeowner's responsibility to make sure no one gets hurt. The best way to achieve this is to use the minimum non-lethal force possible because intruders will be able to sue for any injuries they receive at the hands of the homeowner."
"In most instances the thief needs the money more than the homeowner does," Meza reasoned. "The homeowner's insurance we reimburse his losses. On balance, the transfer of property is likely to lead to a more equitable distribution of wealth. If my bill can help make this transfer a peaceful one so much the better."


Comment:
Typical Progressive Marxist/DSA Democrat illogical 'Think'.
I'm sure that Beto O'Rourke will try to use this frame of thought in his effort to confiscate guns under China Joe.
Meanwhile go to the URL to read the other satirical items John has commented on.....

I doubt the bill will pass.

The castle doctrine makes perfect sense. Her claim that "Thieves only carry weapons for self-protection and to provide the householder an incentive to cooperate" is bullshit. Anyone breaking into my house in the middle of the night will leave on a stretcher. If I have to fire a shot or two with the criminal's gun to make it look better, so be it.
Wear gloves.

I'll wear gloves and put the gun in his hand and press the trigger.

Make sure he gets gunpowder residue on his hands.

That is why I hold the gun in his hand.

Just dont cover his hand with you gloved hands was my point.
If there are gaps in the powder residue that'll set off alarms with the forensic guys.
There is always the firepit in the backyard for the gloves....If you know what i mean...
 

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All these dem nightmare bills show you the direction the dems want to take the USA. They don't propose this shit for fun. Sooner or later the dems will get this stuff passed.

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The Jacksonville zoo, had a gorilla escape just last month and hasnt been seen..
 

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Bill to Outlaw "Castle Doctrine"

SEMI-NEWS/SEMI-SATIRE: December 6, 2020 Edition - National News/Current Events - The Briefing Room (gopbriefingroom.com)
6 Dec 2020 ~~ By John Semmens
~[Snip}~
In Texas, State Representative Terry Meza (D-Irving) has introduced HB196. Her bill would repeal the state's "castle doctrine." This doctrine allows a homeowner to use deadly force against an armed intruder who breaks into his home.
"I'm not saying that stealing is okay," Meza explained. "All I'm saying is that it doesn't warrant a death penalty. Thieves only carry weapons for self-protection and to provide the householder an incentive to cooperate. They just want to get their loot and get away. When the resident tries to resist is when people get hurt. If only one side is armed fewer people will be killed."
Meza was quick to reassure that her bill "would not totally prevent homeowners from defending themselves. Under the new law the homeowner's obligation is to flee the home at the first sign of intrusion. If fleeing is not possible he must cooperate with the intruder. But if violence breaks out it is the homeowner's responsibility to make sure no one gets hurt. The best way to achieve this is to use the minimum non-lethal force possible because intruders will be able to sue for any injuries they receive at the hands of the homeowner."
"In most instances the thief needs the money more than the homeowner does," Meza reasoned. "The homeowner's insurance we reimburse his losses. On balance, the transfer of property is likely to lead to a more equitable distribution of wealth. If my bill can help make this transfer a peaceful one so much the better."


Comment:
Typical Progressive Marxist/DSA Democrat illogical 'Think'.
I'm sure that Beto O'Rourke will try to use this frame of thought in his effort to confiscate guns under China Joe.
Meanwhile go to the URL to read the other satirical items John has commented on.....

I doubt the bill will pass.

The castle doctrine makes perfect sense. Her claim that "Thieves only carry weapons for self-protection and to provide the householder an incentive to cooperate" is bullshit. Anyone breaking into my house in the middle of the night will leave on a stretcher. If I have to fire a shot or two with the criminal's gun to make it look better, so be it.
Wear gloves.

I'll wear gloves and put the gun in his hand and press the trigger.

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You squeeze the trigger, never press, pull or jerk.
 

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Bill to Outlaw "Castle Doctrine"

SEMI-NEWS/SEMI-SATIRE: December 6, 2020 Edition - National News/Current Events - The Briefing Room (gopbriefingroom.com)
6 Dec 2020 ~~ By John Semmens
~[Snip}~
In Texas, State Representative Terry Meza (D-Irving) has introduced HB196. Her bill would repeal the state's "castle doctrine." This doctrine allows a homeowner to use deadly force against an armed intruder who breaks into his home.
"I'm not saying that stealing is okay," Meza explained. "All I'm saying is that it doesn't warrant a death penalty. Thieves only carry weapons for self-protection and to provide the householder an incentive to cooperate. They just want to get their loot and get away. When the resident tries to resist is when people get hurt. If only one side is armed fewer people will be killed."
Meza was quick to reassure that her bill "would not totally prevent homeowners from defending themselves. Under the new law the homeowner's obligation is to flee the home at the first sign of intrusion. If fleeing is not possible he must cooperate with the intruder. But if violence breaks out it is the homeowner's responsibility to make sure no one gets hurt. The best way to achieve this is to use the minimum non-lethal force possible because intruders will be able to sue for any injuries they receive at the hands of the homeowner."
"In most instances the thief needs the money more than the homeowner does," Meza reasoned. "The homeowner's insurance we reimburse his losses. On balance, the transfer of property is likely to lead to a more equitable distribution of wealth. If my bill can help make this transfer a peaceful one so much the better."


Comment:
Typical Progressive Marxist/DSA Democrat illogical 'Think'.
I'm sure that Beto O'Rourke will try to use this frame of thought in his effort to confiscate guns under China Joe.
Meanwhile go to the URL to read the other satirical items John has commented on.....

I doubt the bill will pass.

The castle doctrine makes perfect sense. Her claim that "Thieves only carry weapons for self-protection and to provide the householder an incentive to cooperate" is bullshit. Anyone breaking into my house in the middle of the night will leave on a stretcher. If I have to fire a shot or two with the criminal's gun to make it look better, so be it.
Wear gloves.

I'll wear gloves and put the gun in his hand and press the trigger.

Make sure he gets gunpowder residue on his hands.

That is why I hold the gun in his hand.

Just dont cover his hand with you gloved hands was my point.
If there are gaps in the powder residue that'll set off alarms with the forensic guys.
There is always the firepit in the backyard for the gloves....If you know what i mean...

That goes without saying.
 

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