Every Now and Then, Somebody Says Something Right


And then they get banned by Twitter.  

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RefinedRight:

“Sorry, blocking the interstate is dangerous, and trapping people in their cars is a threat,” said Reynolds, defending his statement.

“Driving on is self-preservation, especially when we’ve had mobs destroying property and injuring and killing people. But if Twitter doesn’t like me, I’m happy to stop providing them with free content.”

The @Instapundit account has since been reinstated.

Crap.  Did he just say run down rioters before they break into your car and beat you?  Why yes, I think he did.  It’s still more solid advice than Joe Biden once gave:

Vice President Joe Biden told Field & Stream magazine in an interview published Monday, “[if] you want to keep someone away from your house, just fire the shotgun through the door.”

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5 Responses to Every Now and Then, Somebody Says Something Right

  1. gmhowell says:

    Ask Reginald Denny if he should have kept driving.

    On Thu, Sep 22, 2016 at 2:12 PM, Dave Alexander & Company with David Edgren and Gus Bailey – The Artisan Craft Blog wrote:

    > Dave Alexander (formerly ukuleledave) posted: “And then they get banned by > Twitter. RefinedRight: “Sorry, blocking the interstate is dangerous, and > trapping people in their cars is a threat,” said Reynolds, defending his > statement. “Driving on is self-preservation, especially when we’ve had > mobs” >

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    • Grace says:

      Amen, brother.

      Just wow.

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    • I knew Denny had been very badly injured but had never heard the full extent.

      He was held down by the neck and pummeled on the head with a cinderblock. His skull was fractured in 91 places. He doesn’t talk to the media; family and friends said he’s “mostly” recovered as of the most recent stuff I found with a quick search which was from 10 years ago. At that point, 15 years after the riots, he still had trouble with speech and walking.

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