Radical protesters are reportedly trying to cause chaos at the Republican National Convention in New York City at the end of August. Uh huh.

Reports show that fringe groups are hatching a plot on the Internet, telling people how to attack and trick police with the ultimate goal of evacuating Madison Square Garden. The suggestions include everything from throwing marbles in the path of police-mounted horses to going to shooting ranges before heading to the convention so that their clothes will reek of gunpowder and trick bomb-sniffing dogs on the subways and commuter trains.

Well, I’ll tell you what, Sparkey. There are two avenues to pursue here, and they depend on what happens. First, the guys who throw marbles at police horses get charged with attempted murder of a peace officer (a falling horse has a good chance of killing the rider, and at the least breaking the horse’s leg and forcing him to be put down — and the horse is a peace officer too). The jackasses that are trying to fool the dogs get charged with obstruction of justice.

And that’s all if that is the only thing that happens. If there is a real terrorist attack, you charge these bastards with treason. And I am deadly serious. Look at the what the constitution defines treason as:

Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort.

When you attempt to defeat bomb detection equipment by giving false positives and that hides the real bomb from detection, that is giving aid to the enemy. There is no reasonable doubt about that. That is levying war against the United States.

(Via RU)

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