Zero Tolerance

From Florida, some good news:

“As far as looting — we have law and order in Lee County. We have law and order in our great state of Florida, and we always will,” said Marceno. “Right now, we have four cases of looting, and I’m proud to say they’re behind bars where they belong. Our residents are going to be safe.”

Or, as FuturePOTUS Ron DeSantis puts it:

“I can tell you in the state of Florida, you never know what may be lurking behind somebody’s home. And I would not want to chance that if I were you given that we are a Second Amendment state.”

Let me remind everyone that during the Blitz in 1940, when the Brits still had actual balls, looting of bomb-damaged houses carried the death penalty.

The good old days, in other words.


  1. That’s in Lee County. Yeah, THAT Lee. I lived there for 40 years. Our son and fambly still live there. Lots of devastation. The people aren’t waiting for the gov’t. The gov’t is another obstacle and the people are grinding right over top of it. 90 pallets of blue tarps delivered by private sources and funding. Washed out bridges to the islands are being filled in by convoys of dump trucks filled with soil. Americans pulling together with a common goal. The gov’t does its best to get in the way and bother people. Like nasty sewer flies.

  2. “…FuturePOTUS Ron DeSantis…”

    From your lips to God’s ears, bro. As impressive as he is, it’s more than a little depressing that he’s the exception and not the rule.

  3. This is one area where the Mideast folks just might be right with their punishment of thieves

  4. In re: “Back when the Brits had balls” perhaps that had some impact on why Hitler was unable to prevail.

  5. Friend owns property in the disaster zone. She went with an armed guard to check the damage, groups of guys with baseball bats scattering when they saw a posse of uniformed men with AR15s approach …

  6. Re: the sign in the bottom pic. Is the “drunks with guns” an advertisement, describing the fellows gathered around the sign, or is it a warning to drunken looters — possibly with or without guns?

    Inquiring readers want to know…

  7. Love me some Grady Judd:

    “I would highly suggest that if a looter breaks into your home, comes into your home while you’re there to steal stuff that you take your gun and you shoot him. You shoot him so he looks like grated cheese because you know what? That’s one looter that will not break into anyone else’s home and take advantage of them when they’re the most vulnerable and the most weak.”

    If you have a good sheriff, support him. His department may be your only uniformed ally when the fit hits the shan.

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