Armed man tries to carjack (anti-gun, hypocrite, Democrat) MO State Senator Jamilah Nasheed

In the news again after her recent arrest for packing in heat, I wonder I wonder how Mrs. Nasheed is feeling this morning about all of her anti-2nd Amendment votes in Missouri over the past few years?

65451ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)-Missouri State Senator Jamilah Nasheed became a victim of violence in the city of St. Louis. Just after midnight Saturday, Nasheed tweeted that she had just had a gun pointed at her while getting out of her car.

St. Louis police released a report on the incident. A man approached the 41-year old after she had parked her car outside her home in the 4000 block of Olive. The suspect pointed a gun at Nasheed, demanding her keys. She refused and the suspect got back in his car and drove away.

The suspect is described as a black male, 20-25 years old, 120-130 lbs., 5’2″-5’3″, with a thin build, medium brown complexion, brown eyes, and black hair…. via Fox2news

This staunch gun-control trooper has voted to: Prohibit schools from having guns available to them, to increasing firearms taxes and gun control measures, to prohibit State employees form having firearms in their vehicles. make it more difficult to obtain CC permits.  I wonder if she is reconsidering the wisdom of any of these measures?

I, too, wonder if the homeboy who stuck his 9 in her temple was disincentivied by any of them as well.

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The Ultimate Prepper Asset – Land | Prepper Nation

Land…

Pros: Tangible, useful, divisible, finite
Cons: Non-portable, confiscatable, taxable

Why do we all need to acquire a piece of true wealth in the form of owned land? There are several reasons we’ll discuss. For today we’ll leave the whole, “you never really own the land because of taxes” argument off the table and focus on the land attributes that we can control.

The first reason I want each of us preppers to own land… It’s our fundamental right as a United States citizen. Our ancestors didn’t have this right as most nations of the world restricted the land ownership to royalty and the elite of society.

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