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  • Birthday 04/09/1959
  • Location Bluefield, WV, USA

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  1. That is absolutely awesome! Yes, please keep up on how things are going for you.
  2. This is to give notice that I am here for the long haul in giving assistance in knowledge of how to get your prospective new units off the ground in your own locality. The process may not be nearly as daunting as you expect. If you think you have desire enough to see a long-term operation come to fruition, write me and we'll get started! Looking forward to seeing you guys and gals populating the state with our much needed community services in ALL aspects! Matt Thompson WV Three04 Oversight Hq
  3. Hello Sir and welcome to MyMilitia.com ! I think what you're doing is awesome and we will be of all the assistance to you we can! Could you tell me more about the "Igold event coming up in April"? I haven't heard of that. It could be something we need to add to our calender around here.
  4. New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham. (Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham/Facebook) FEBRUARY 26, 2020 New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham signed a new gun control measure into law, allowing courts to temporarily confiscate firearms from non-criminal individuals identified as a risk of harming themselves or others. Grisham also told law enforcement that they must enforce the new law, or consider resignation. Grisham signed the Extreme Risk Firearm Protection Order Act on Tuesday, CNN reported. A total of 17 other states have already signed some form of extreme risk protective orders, commonly referred to as “red flag” laws, into effect. New Mexico will become the 18th state with a “red flag” law on its books. “The Legislature had the strength to pass this measure because we all recognize: Enough is enough,” Grisham said in a statement. “This law is sensible and balanced. It is a good public safety measure. If it saves even one life, and it will, we will have done good work here.” The “red flag” legislation was a key priority for Grisham and she insisted that law enforcement officials carry out the confiscatory orders despite their objections. “They cannot not enforce,” Grisham said before signing the law into effect. “And if they really intend to do that, they should resign as a law enforcement officer and leader in that community.” Opponents of the measure, including both gun rights advocates and law enforcement officers, have claimed the law does not allow for due process. Tony Mace, the head of the New Mexico Sheriffs’ Association, warned in a weekend letter that the law does not allow gun owners to defend themselves when police initially arrive to enforce a confiscation order. “Citizens have a right to bear arms and we cannot circumvent that right when they have not even committed a crime or even been accused of committing one,” Mace wrote. “‘Shall not be infringed’ is a very clear and concise component of an Amendment that our forefathers felt was important enough to be recognized immediately following freedom of speech and religion.” Earlier in February, hundreds of gun rights activists rallied at the New Mexico capital in Santa Fe, in opposition to the proposed legislation. Thirty of 33 of Santa Fe’s sheriffs had opposed the legislation and several were present during the protest. During the early February protest, Lincoln County Undersheriff Mike Wood said he is concerned about domestic violence issues, but does not believe the proposed confiscatory measures would help. “We just don’t believe that taking firearms is the answer without due process,” Wood said at the time. “There’s an absolute potential for abuse.” Other states that have instituted red flag gun confiscations have seen issues with their enforcement. A Maryland man was killed by police serving a “red flag” order in November of 2018. When police came to his door, Gary J. Willis, placed his gun by his doorway. When Willis was informed that police were there to take his firearms he reportedly objected and attempted to retrieve his gun before a struggle ensued and he was ultimately shot and killed. Opponents of “red flag” orders have also expressed concern that the measures could be used to maliciously target gun owners who have shown no actual signs warranting confiscation. Proponents of New Mexico’s “red flag” bill adopted an apparent compromise that would allow only law enforcement officers to request the warrants and would require a hearing within 10 days to review the order and determine if the confiscation could then extend for a year. Article found here at American Military News.
  5. I consult dozens of sources for news, Fox isn't even in my top 10 anymore. Mostly I watch Crenshaw's speeches to get a feel for him. They are off the cuff, original and sincere. He just hasn't thought this through and realized what will be done with it in the future.
  6. Good advice, I would say, especially from someone with the experience. As we advance, we'll probably do just that.
  7. I've heard some bad talk about these radios... but for the price it's hard to beat the bang for the buck... (8 watt programmable, etc.). Not to mention when you beat one up in the field, you're not going to be out a fortune. 45$ thereabouts gets you the radio, multiple antennas, the external mic and a variety of accompanying hard and software. Improvements can be made at a later date if one so desires... but to begin and participate in getting a new unit's coms off the ground, these will probably serve the purpose and won't bust anyone's wallet in the process...
  8. In the quick review I gave it just now, The Taps Act is a nightmare and a huge threat to the 2nd Amendment as it would enable a NEW bureaucracy to be established against violent crime, yes, but also gun confiscation. Bureaucracies are not elected officials... and they would wield legislative, judicial and executive powers against gun owners with no recourse outside their reign of influence. I'm shocked at Crenshaw's support of such legislation. I understand everyone looking for the ANSWER to mass shootings. But we already have that answer. We just don't have the GRIT as a nation to carry it out. The modern left has successfully bred that out of this new generation. The answer to mass shooting and a criminal's "claim to fame" through the publicity of their horrid acts of murder is simple. Every other week, place a death row inmate in the electric chair to be publicly executed on prime time tv. Put patches over his eyes so we can see the fluid run down his face as his eyeballs cook. We need to watch his skin turn black and burn. We need to watch his hair smoke... the foam coming out of the mouth... the convulsions as electricity courses through his body causing him to piss and shit himself. We need to watch the body go limp, the physician walk up and declare his heart still beating, as he steps away and the electricity is again administered. We, as a nation need to see all of this, adults and children alike. There are some very bad people out here that need some really good reasons to restrain themselves. We get to see the carnage on television. We never see their justice. Halfway through the list of death row participants, you will have effectively stopped mass shootings in America and we all get to keep our guns. Execution is a win-win for everyone and the cure for mass shooters. Why aren't we doing that? Because Democrats (and RINO's) and the power that commands them do NOT want an answer. They want excuses... to disarm America. Without enforcement, law is worthless. Democrats NEED to make sure justice isn't delivered to these murderers... so they can continue to push their disarmament agendas. Crenshaw and other "well meaning" legislators haven't thought this through.
  9. I'll have to look up the bill and read it before I comment. Thanks for the info.
  10. Wow. I've been following him for a while and haven't seen anything out of him that I would call "anti-gun". But even if he was, then we're cracking jokes about his eyes (or eye) in disagreement with policy?
  11. To All New & prospective Members to WV Three04 Militias: We have newly formed in 2020 and are creating, coordinating and commanding via members within the locale of their area code, specifically aimed at starting new units within townships and counties within West Virginia. These units are independent and not directed by a national command and are forbidden to operate beyond state lines. The Three04 Militias are not intended to replace local units but to instead supplement them by identifying "points of contact" across West Virginia to establish and enhance local areas throughout West Virginia specific militia units. As a leader of the First Regiments in WV I will take the members in under this HQ Oversight, point members to already established units in their area or we will help you start and organize new units. Future leaders of newly formed local units will be people in good standing on this site and in their communities, pass a basic background check and must not possess any sort of blind aggression or delusions of grandeur. They must be aligned with the My Militia sites overall standards and mission as well as possess a genuine interest in making our communities better and more self-sustaining in case of disaster of any kind. No matter your location in WV, if you live in the area code 304 and are finding it difficult to connect with a like-minded unit, let's talk. We can change this. We WILL change this. Thank you very much for your time and passion, men and women alike. Matt Thompson WV Three04 Oversight CO

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