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What percentage of humanity is bath!t crazy? Di'ja see the Republicans grilling Merrick Garland today?!?

Answer: All of them Katie


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Former sheriff and Trump Supporter David Clark was recently heard to say that the only problem he had with Jan 6 was that it wasn't well organized.

At a speaking event in Idaho an attendee asked the speaker "when do we get to use the guns" against Democrats.

Frankly, I wish more of them would. I have no love for Democrats so if a few here and there were gunned down it might do more to illustrate the violent and dangerous turn Republicans have taken.

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Idaho Shooter visited Governor's office while open carrying sidearm

Boise Mall shooting

BOISE (Idaho Statesman) — The man identified by police as the perpetrator of Monday’s fatal shooting at the Boise Towne Square mall was a felon who had been flagged by Idaho State Police in April on suspicion of illegally possessing firearms, according to public records.

Jacob Bergquist, 27, had a run-in with Idaho State Police at the Statehouse on April 2 that prompted the agency to investigate potential charges against him, a police report shows. The Boise Police Department on Tuesday identified Bergquist as the man who killed two people and injured several others in a Monday afternoon shooting at the mall, firing 18 rounds inside the building.

According to the Idaho State Police report, Trooper James Love saw Bergquist apparently recording a video in the Capitol rotunda at around 2 p.m. April 2. When the trooper directed another Capitol visitor toward Gov. Brad Little’s office, Bergquist followed, Love said.

Love said in the report that he had noticed Bergquist was “armed with a holstered semiautomatic handgun on his left hip.” It is legal to carry firearms at the Idaho State Capitol.

Love said he followed Bergquist and the other visitor to the governor’s office, where Bergquist asked the trooper whether he could speak to the governor. Love directed Bergquist to the receptionist, Tamara Felter.

“I listened while the young man explained to Ms. Felter that he wanted to interview the governor to get his thoughts on persons convicted of felonies being able to carry guns,” Love wrote. “He went on to say that he was a felon and that by Idaho Code 18-310 he was able to carry a firearm and that he was trying to get the word out to others that they, too, could carry in Idaho.”

The Idaho code Bergquist cited outlines how the right to possession of a firearm is restored to individuals convicted of certain Idaho felonies when their sentences are served. Public records show that Bergquist was arrested in Cook County, Illinois, in 2012 and convicted of theft in excess of $300. That charge is a Class 3 felony in Illinois. The Idaho Statesman has reached out to Cook County authorities for more details on the conviction.

Bergquist told Felter that he was convicted of theft, according to Love’s police report. He also reiterated to Love that Idaho Code 18-310 allowed him to possess firearms in Idaho.

Love requested that the Ada County Prosecutor’s Office investigate charges against Bergquist for violation of Idaho Code 18-310 as well as Code 18-3316, which makes it a felony for a convicted felon to possess firearms.

According to an emailed statement from the Ada County Prosecutor’s Office, it followed up on Love’s request.

“Our office determined he was not a prohibited possessor in Idaho, based on Idaho’s laws including Idaho Code Section 18-3316 and 18-310,” the statement said. “Idaho Code Section 18-310(2) has a list of qualifying felony convictions which prohibit firearm possession. Mr. Bergquist did not have a felony conviction for a listed offense. He was prosecuted for a qualifying offense in another state, but that case did not result in a qualifying felony conviction. On July 28, 2011, a misdemeanor judgment of conviction was entered in that case. He was prosecuted for a retail theft offense in Illinois which does not qualify under 18-310 as a qualifying felony prior conviction. Our office could not take any action.”

Too bad nobody was warned in Idaho! Live free AND die!

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