Neighborhood Reindeer Games

Several people have sent me accounts (like this one) of the latest BLM “protest” which happened in Plano (!!!) last week.

Several thoughts come to mind, especially as I’ve had some dealings with the Plano PD over the past couple weeks, as every fule kno, and I came away very impressed with their attitude.

What I also learned, in chatting with our local guy while CIS was dusting for prints etc. was that the attitude of people all over (not just in Plano, but all over north Texas) has been changing for the worse, in that people getting involved with the police are being a lot more aggressive — and not just with the police, either.

Back in June last year, there was a traffic accident at a corner not three hundred yards from my old house.  I know the corner well (Legacy and Independence), and as it happened, when the accident occurred there was a Plano uniformed cop filling up at the gas station on that very corner.  So the cop walked over — no need to drive, it’s twenty yards away — only to see that the female driver of the one car was leaning into the other driver’s window, and punching her out.  So he grabbed her to restrain her, whereupon he made the unfortunate discovery that she wasn’t punching the other woman, but stabbing her.  And when he tried to restrain this bitch, she stabbed him four times.  Luckily, three of the blows were deflected by his vest, but the fourth got him a good one in the upper left arm, and he started to bleed like a stuck pig.

The situation did not end there.

The stabbist then ran around the front of the car and wrenched the passenger-side door open, so as to continue with the stabbing.

Fortunately, the officer was not massively incapacitated from his stab wound — apparently, he would faint a little later from blood loss while waiting for the paramedics — but he was still able to pull his gun and shoot the bitch four times, whereupon she lost all interest in the proceedings, assumed the proper position on the ground, and very shortly thereafter achieved room temperature.

[pause to let the cheering and hollering die down]

Just in passing, both the cop and the stabbee survived the fun and games.  He was a twenty-five-year veteran of the Plano PD and was something like six months from retirement.  (Here’s the official report of the incident.  There’s a telling detail that I didn’t mention;  see if you can spot it.)

The cop who told me this story said that this change in attitude began during the Obama administration, and had only got worse and worse since.  (I note too that the Plano PD Chief has been spotted marching in an earlier BLM protest, and that is an issue to be addressed on another day.)

After Election Day 2020 I took the AK out of the car, figuring that now that the nation’s scum had got their wish and had Communists, wokists and BLM supporters in positions of power, they’d simmer down.  Clearly, this is not the case.

So tomorrow I’ll be off to Doc Russia’s to pick up the AK and return it to its proper position in the car.  I should have done it after dinner with him last week, but that was a couple days before the BLM incident on Plano’s east side, and who knew?  But times change, and I guess we have to change with them.

Let me say right now that I will not start anything should I personally encounter a situation like last Friday’s.  I won’t even get out of my car.  Unless things get really out of control — the video of the event shows that at least one BLM supporter had a handgun out and pointed at the “counter-protester” —  in which case things might get a little more interesting.  I certainly don’t take kindly to people pointing guns at me, no matter how much they believe they are “justified” in so doing;  and any attempt to bring violence on me will meet with some resistance.

And that’s a promise.

Good grief.  If shit like this can happen in Plano, it can happen anywhere in the United States.  Be on your guard and stay safe.  Or at least get a good group.


  1. If I am out and about in a public place and a gun of any type is openly brandished in an overt manner I have but one choice to avert being killed and that is to instantly dispatch the assailant in any way possible. There is no other way to look at it. Having said that, I rarely leave the compound and when I do I almost never venture to heavily populated areas, and my journey is planned so as to be very compact in all ways. IOW, I have taken great measures and foresight to try to eliminate risk. When I leave the compound I always have at least one gun and several blades, as well as assorted other support tools, on my person. Basic common sense. No one has the right to cause me a problem, ever.

  2. Hmm. I see that the police report at the link you supplied has already been sanitized by “Nextdoor”. No surprise, since “Nextdoor” has stated that they will not allow anything critical of BLM, including any reference to “All lives matter” or “Blue lives matter”. I have therefore Xed “Nextdoor” out of my life.

  3. And here even carrying a pocketknife is illegal and could see me charged, fined, my firearms licence cancelled and my firearms seized by the police.

    Different worlds …

  4. Are we carefully avoiding an honest discussion about race realities Kim?

  5. So what you’re saying is, “buy more magazines for the bullpup shotgun”?
    Gotcha. Now to convince The Boss that I need them.

  6. The only reason that Antifa and BLM still exist is because they enjoy police protection whenever and wherever they appear in public. Those are the orders from the politicians paying the cops, and the cops (at least in the cities) are obeying those orders. This puts the cops into a bad spot because they are now protecting the people who absolutely hate cops from the people who would normally respect them. It will end badly for everyone.

    Think this guy will ever respect cops again?

    1. Amen. Here in Floriduh, our county Sheriff has demonstrated that he and his Deputies will not be playing Wokeorolla. And surprise: several BLAMTIFA protests went exactly nowhere. They couldn’t pay people to take the bus down here if they could be held responsible for their actions.

      As for idjits blocking the causeways to the barrier islands here, our Sheriff stated that if the motorist was feeling threatened (wink-wink, nod-nod) they should go ahead and escape the danger. The road-blocking nonsense stopped right damn now.

      1. Barrier islands where? I do most of my design work on the islands, Sanibel, Captiva, Useppa, Cayo Costs, Boca, etc.

        1. Spaced Coast. East Central Florida. Indian River Intercoastal Waterway.

    2. That Video is dreadful. If the police are protecting Burn Loot and Mayhem jackasses at the command of politicians then it’s time to leave that community.


    3. Oh I’d lawyer up for sure.

      I’d have spun on my heals and walked over to the cops and demanded they do their job.

      BTW, what are these fools doing in a neighborhood like that?

      This is bullying, clear and simple.

  7. I try so hard to be on the side of the police, but so many of them exhibit poor judgement, poor character, or poor training that it’s getting more and more difficult. Many years ago, Bill Whittle (PBUH) did a “Haiku Edition” of The Stratosphere Lounge, in which all the questions were asked in the form of a haiku. Mine was “What if the police/ who have long since lost ‘the left’/ lose ‘the right’ as well?” There was no good answer then, and it’s only gotten worse.

  8. “Good grief. If shit like this can happen in Plano, it can happen anywhere in the United States. ”

    I am seeing many on the web making that exact point today.

    I’m sure most here recall the old saw about taking the law into your own hands. Yeah well, when TPTB leave the law laying in the middle of the street, guess what, Skippy. Somebody’s going to pick it up.

    1. “Good grief. If shit like this can happen in Plano, it can happen anywhere in the United States. ”

      It will. Because it was never about justice. It’s about bullying whypipo.

  9. On the police report:
    “Victim” was driving a stolen car?
    Betcha both stabber & stabbee were black, no mention of that or their tell-tale names.

  10. “If shit like this can happen in Plano, it can happen anywhere in the United States.”

    I have a bad feeling my area is becoming like this.

    A few weeks ago, the demographic of a store I frequent had a radical shift.

    This was just before the Chauvin trial verdict.

    Don’t know where these people came from, but the sudden mass appearance was definitely noticeable.

    I’ve read about this kind of thing online, but up to this point hadn’t experienced it in person.

  11. If they come to this little ol’ gold-camp, damn few of them will be leaving in anything but a pine box – and we can’t afford to buy any pine.

  12. Kim,

    I sent the following to the Plano City Council e-mail for comments to be brought up at their session. Given that the said incident blocked the intersection I will have to drive through to take my wife to her doctor’s appointment this Friday…
    Subject: Dereliction of Duty Parker Road and Texas North Tollway

    After seeing this video, I have three questions. Any answer other than YES will be taken as a NO.

    1. Does the entire Texas law code, specifically Sec 42.03 and 42.04, still apply in Plano?

    Sec. 42.03. OBSTRUCTING HIGHWAY OR OTHER PASSAGEWAY. (a) A person commits an offense if, without legal privilege or authority, he intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly:

    (1) obstructs a highway, street, sidewalk, railway, waterway, elevator, aisle, hallway, entrance, or exit to which the public or a substantial group of the public has access, or any other place used for the passage of persons, vehicles, or conveyances, regardless of the means of creating the obstruction and whether the obstruction arises from his acts alone or from his acts and the acts of others; or

    (2) disobeys a reasonable request or order to move issued by a person the actor knows to be or is informed is a peace officer, a fireman, or a person with authority to control the use of the premises:

    (A) to prevent obstruction of a highway or any of those areas mentioned in Subdivision (1); or

    (B) to maintain public safety by dispersing those gathered in dangerous proximity to a fire, riot, or other hazard.

    (b) For purposes of this section, “obstruct” means to render impassable or to render passage unreasonably inconvenient or hazardous.

    (c) An offense under this section is a Class B misdemeanor.

    Acts 1973, 63rd Leg., p. 883, ch. 399, Sec. 1, eff. Jan. 1, 1974. Amended by Acts 1993, 73rd Leg., ch. 900, Sec. 1.01, eff. Sept. 1, 1994.

    Sec. 42.04. DEFENSE WHEN CONDUCT CONSISTS OF SPEECH OR OTHER EXPRESSION. (a) If conduct that would otherwise violate Section 42.01(a)(5) (Unreasonable Noise), 42.03 (Obstructing Passageway), or 42.055 (Funeral Service Disruptions) consists of speech or other communication, of gathering with others to hear or observe such speech or communication, or of gathering with others to picket or otherwise express in a nonviolent manner a position on social, economic, political, or religious questions, the actor must be ordered to move, disperse, or otherwise remedy the violation prior to his arrest if he has not yet intentionally harmed the interests of others which those sections seek to protect.

    (b) The order required by this section may be given by a peace officer, a fireman, a person with authority to control the use of the premises, or any person directly affected by the violation.

    (c) It is a defense to prosecution under Section 42.01(a)(5), 42.03, or 42.055:


    (1) that in circumstances in which this section requires an order no order was given;

    (2) that an order, if given, was manifestly unreasonable in scope; or

    (3) that an order, if given, was promptly obeyed.

    2. Are you going to arrest the people who blocked the intersection at Parker and the Tollway on Sunday? Especially in light of the brandishing of a weapon against the person acting according to authority granted them under Sec 42.04(b).

    3. Does the 14th Amendment guarantee of “equal protection under the law” still apply to ALL residents of Plano?


    Stephen Nelson

  13. This site has better info:

    From what I see, this was at North Dallas Tollway and 121. Pretty much on the Plano/Frisco border. I heard Parker and NDT but the crisscrossing flyover ramps didn’t make sense. I If you slow down the full video on the Tatum site, you can read “SH 121” on the sign. That intersection makes sense of the overpasses to me. It also makes sense because there is a large, affluent, black church a mile away or so (Which I’ve been a guest – don’t ask), which I would bet was the muster point. From what I understand, the march was in Frisco and oozed into Plano’s turf. This explains the light Plano PD presence in the video.

    This is a very, very affluent area. Ain’t no blecks being persecuted there whatsoever. Matter of fact, if the ones there are local, which I suspect they are, they aren’t suffering in the least. This is also ground zero for blue state companies that have relocated to the area, as well as all the locusts they’ve brought with them.

    From what I understand, the shitstorm is brewing with AG Paxton weighing in. I’m certain the residents of that area are going to be more than vocal. This ain’t Portland. But it isn’t real Texas either. Maybe 1/3 Texan, 1/3 “converted” blue state migrants, and 1/3 locusts.

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