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RAILROADING: McCloskeys Face Four Years in Jail for Defending Their Property Against BLM Terror Mob

More institutional anti-white racism.

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St. Louis residents Mark and Patricia McCloskey were indicted by a grand jury on Tuesday despite the fact that they obviously acted in self-defense when confronting a terrorist mob outside of their own home during Black Lives Matter riots in June.

Their attorney, Joel Schwartz, noted that the grand jury did not have all the facts and that his clients would be vindicated in the end.

“Once all the facts are out, it will be clear the McCloskeys committed no crime whatsoever,” Schwartz said.

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“Frankly because the grand jury is not an adversarial process and defense counsel are not allowed in there and I have no idea what was stated to the grand jury and what law was given to the grand jury,” he added.

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McCloskey noted that the trespassers and terrorists outside of his home were being protected by authorities, as the U.S. legal system starts to resemble a kangaroo court of third-world Africa because of the BLM mob.

“They broke down our gate, they trespassed on our property. Not a single one of those people are now charged with anything,” Mark McCloskey stated. “We’re charged with felonies that could cost us four years of our lives and our law license.”

“The government chooses to persecute us for doing no more than exercising our right to defend ourselves, our home, our property and our family. And now we’re getting drug here time, after time, after time, and for what? We didn’t fire a shot. People who were violently protesting in front of our house, screaming death threats and threats of rape, and threats of arson, nobody gets charged, but we get charged,” he added.

“Because we had the gall to protect our home and our family against the mob, then you should all be very afraid of what’s coming down the road for us if we don’t reelect Donald Trump,” McCloskey stated – making it clear that voting for Trump is the only way to rebuke this mob.

Mark and Patricia McCloskey have been hit with felony charges for exhibiting weapons as well as evidence tampering. They face up to four years in prison if they are convicted on both counts and would lose their license to practice law as well.

Big League Politics reported on the McCloskey’s stand against the left-wing mob, which resulted in Mark speaking at the RNC in August:

The man who defended his property from an armed, riotous mob of Black Lives Matter protestors is slated to speak at the digital Republican National Convention next week.

Mark McCloskey’s lawyer announced his client would speak in the proceedings, and promised that McCloskey would display “full oratory splendor.” …

McCloskey is currently facing bunk charges of brandishing a weapon leveled by George Soros-funded Democrat Saint Louis Prosecutor Kim Gardner. Both Missouri Governor Mike Parson and President Donald Trump have suggested they’ll pardon McCloskey in the event of a wrongful conviction.

New developments in the McCloskey case show a pattern of misconduct on the part of municipal prosecutors, with one subordinate prosecutor pressuring a police officer into signing a probable cause document he refused to approve of.

The former land of the free is looking like the United States of Somalia these days, due to the “blessings” of diversity and multiculturalism.

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Portland: Archbishop Leads Prayer and Conducts Exorcism to Rid the City of Satanic Influence

The devil has been busy in Portland over the past few months.

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Archbishop of Portland Alexander Sample led a gathering in prayer, a Rosary, and conducted an exorcism over the city last Saturday.

The Catholic archbishop told KOIN that the months of continuous rioting and violence spurred the idea of the exorcism.

Sample further said: “I wasn’t trying to suggest that I think the city of Portland is possessed. It’s not that at all. It’s just a prayer of blessing prayed by the clergy, especially a bishop over a community just asking that all the influences of the Evil One be driven away.”

At one point there were over 100 straight nights of rioting in the city of Portland. Aaron Danielson, a conservative and supporter of Patriot Prayer, was murdered in cold blood on August 29 near a pro-Trump rally. Numerous others, including police officers, were injured amidst the 100+ days of carnage.

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Attendees of the archbishop’s prayers and exorcism spoke to Catholic News Service, with one saying that the “anti-religion undertones” of the protests and riots frightened her, and another that “it’s important for people of faith to be seen in public promoting belief and peace.”

As a Catholic myself, I understand the power of prayer and exorcism. They represent two of the most powerful weapons against the devil and his minions. I’m glad to see the archbishop do this for his city.

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