Squatter Nation: How Cities Are Allowing an Epidemic of Home Invasion to Rage Across the Country

Below is my column in USA Today on the growing “squatting” trend across the country. The crime has been raging in Europe for many years and it is now becoming something of an epidemic in the United States. It is not legally difficult to combat, but it has proven politically challenging in many cities. The result for homeowners has been a nightmare with little deterrence or assistance from government officials.

Here is the column:

In Texas, a homeowner says she was locked out of her house by a squatter who claimed to have a lease after moving to the state with her family (the woman previously had been evicted from three other homes).

In Maryland, a woman returned from vacation to find two squatters in her bed. They were not only living in her house but also had sold about $50,000 of her furniture.

It is a pattern being played out in many cities in the United States. It also is common in Europe, where squatting has become a political movement with support from the left.

Some squatters enter legally and then just stay. In Long Island, New York, Guramrit Hanspal, 52, has not paid his mortgage for 25 years. The mortgage was foreclosed, but the company that now owns the home has struggled for decades to evict Hanspal, who continues to change lawyers and file lawsuits to delay proceedings.

“I think (squatting is) a fairly big problem, and I think it’s pretty hard to avoid,” Jim Burling, vice president of legal affairs for the Pacific Legal Foundation, told Fox News.

In the case of Rabbi Meyer Leifer, 90, he simply gave Roselee Moskowitz, 67, a place to live when she found herself temporarily homeless during the pandemic. She then just stayed and refused to leave. Mosokowitz reportedly occupies the rabbi’s living room and sits on his couch watching his television.

Prosecutors and politicians play a critical role in these scams. Local authorities have done little to assist homeowners for a variety of reasons – from political calculations to negligence. Instead, they force landowners to go into overtaxed housing courts with notoriously slow dockets. It often takes months or years to get an eviction order.

The resulting lack of deterrence is evident in the brazen attitude of these criminals. A retiree friend of mine was away from her home in Sarasota, Florida, when a squatter moved in and refused to leave. The woman falsely claimed that she had a lease and trashed the home. Eventually, she was arrested but promptly released. She then returned and stole my friend’s car. The police said there was likely little that would happen to the squatter.

The people involved are committing crimes, from breaking and entering to fraud to forgery. Yet, they are rarely prosecuted.

Squatting is not a particularly difficult problem to solve. It simply requires police and prosecutors to enforce existing laws.

In a recent case in Houston, a teacher, Amberlyn Prather, reportedly squatted in a luxury home for months with her family. The property owner said she repeatedly changed the locks only to have the squatters gain entry by climbing on the roof and entering through upper windows. In this case, authorities have a person accused of forging a lease. That should not be difficult to prosecute.

Cities can speed process of reviewing property owners’ rights

Cities can create new legal avenues to address this crime. The key is to force action at the outset. Cities can set up rapid response teams with prosecutors making immediate judgments on lawful possession. They also can fast-track the cases to bring parties into court rapidly.

If a car owner called police to report that someone was sitting in their vehicle without permission, police would make a decision on the spot about ownership based on the registration and other documents. They would not allow the person to drive off and tell the owner to work it out in court.

And it is far less important to return the possession of a car than a home.

Yet, authorities in New York did little to help Marjorie Martin as she sought for three years to evict squatters. It didn’t matter that Christine Rock allegedly filed fraudulent paperwork with the forged signatures of Martin’s mom, father and sister – all of whom had been dead for more than a decade. Rock was accused of putting the utilities in her name and then ignoring the bills.

When Rock was finally arrested, the city hit Martin with a more than $25,000 water bill that was left unpaid by the squatter.

She is not alone. Owners are told that they must continue to pay taxes and other costs for their property, and squatters delay any final orders through failures to appear, changes of counsel and other practices. In the case of Lia Hatzakis, 29, a squatter offered to make up for not paying for the utilities he used by dating her while he lived in her home. She declined.

There is little evidence of legislative action in many cities. However, Democrats in Congress have moved to pass a federal housing law − to bar landlords from learning whether potential tenants have criminal records, which would include past squatter offenses.

The common nuisance of squatting reflects a breakdown in basic deterrence of our laws. Property offenses have been steadily downgraded as priorities in many cities, while prosecutions are viewed as politically risky for officials who do not want to be viewed as targeting people who are homeless.

Before these cases become a movement like the one in Europe, local and state authorities will have to act.  Squatters defend their actions as proper when done according to their own standards. When a woman in England called her squatter to object to his conduct, “Michael” was insulted and left her a message stating, “Just so you know, I’m not doing anything wrong. I’ve done it the right way.”

Jonathan Turley is the J.B. & Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law at George Washington University Law School.

180 thoughts on “Squatter Nation: How Cities Are Allowing an Epidemic of Home Invasion to Rage Across the Country”

  1. “Lots of hyperbole there.”
    Hyperbole is generally not considered the same as lying – or all of congress and certainly all of the left would be guilty.

    HAs absolutely increased over Biden’s term.
    In US Blue counties the rate of violent crime is 50% higher than it is in Red Counties.

    We have had 18% inflation over the past 2 years, That is just slightly under the total inflation for the entire rest of the 21st century.
    When Biden took office the inflation rate was 1.4%, now it is 6%. Down from 9% in 2022

    Pretty much yes.

    Yup – a Federal Judge has just had to ORDER the Biden administration to stop censoring political speech on the internet.
    I do not beleive that has ever happened before.

    Trump averaged 2% growth over 4 years – which is pathetic, and Still the best growth of any president in the 21st century.
    Biden is averaging 1.4% – that is lower than Obama’s pathetic 1.68%, and Biden is heading into a recession so it will get worse.
    In Jan 2021, When Biden took office Growth was 6%. He could have done nothing and been viewed as a superstar.

    Maybe not gone, but certainly damaged.

    Pretty much true – both world wide and in the US.
    Even The Suadi’s put out a derogatory meme.

    Hyperbole – we will survive the mess that those like you and Biden are making of the country.

    “Inflation is not rampant. It’s actually low. 4% and continuing to drop.”
    So says DOL – other sources have it at 6%. Regardless total inflation over Biden’s term so far is 18% – that is more than Trump, Obama, and Bush combined over 20 years.

    I am guessing that someone else is paying your living expenses.

    The average american gained 3500/year in spendable income under Trump.
    They have lost 4500/year under 2 years of Biden.

    Inflation is Dropping – Because the Fed is doing what it must to purge inflation – and that is causing a recession.
    That is how this works.

    When government spends too much, borrow too much prints too much money triggering significant inflation.
    The only way out is to put the screws to money supply – which will cause a recession.

    The FED can lower interest rates any time they want – and Inflation will explode.

    “Elections aren’t rigged either.”
    Of course they are – when Media, Social MEdia and the Government collude to censor the truth about a political candidate – that is election rigging., that is election fraud.

    Further When our institutions lie and censor us – when they engage in several crime to rig elections – we shoudl not beleive them when they say they did not committ others.

    Follow the actual law and constitution, 38 States constitutionally bar mailin voting – requiring secret ballots. If you do not like that – change the constitution.
    Conduct elections transparently.

    While there is no agreement on precisely how the left is rigging elections – the majority of americans including 32% of democrats beleive the 2020 election was rigged in some form.

    If the majority of people do not trust the election – govrnment is not legitimate.

    “He’s still not presented any evidence of his claim.”
    Of course he has – as have I.
    The censorship of the Hunter Biden laptop story alone is a massive election rigging fraud.

    “Republicans have been saying the election be lost was not rigged.”
    So – left wing nuts say that Men can be women.

    “he economy has been growing ever since Biden got elected.”

    According to BEA Q1 and Q2 of 2022 both had negative growth,
    And that is after Biden inherited 6% growth in 2021.

    “The US economic growth accelerated to 1.8 percent year-on-year during the first quarter of 2023, up from 0.9 percent in the previous period, and higher than 1.6 percent in the second estimate.”
    Wow not even 2% growth – that is Obama Growth. The average for the 20th century was 3.5%. The average for the 19th Century was 7%.

    1.8% growth is European Growth – but why should that surprise Left wing nuts want the US as f34Ked up as Europe.

    “So it’s not in “shambles”
    Correct – it is merely bad, and most economists still predict recession in 2023.
    “Total U.S. energy production was also the highest on record.”
    But still down from what we are capable of. I would further note that US production is high at the moment – because if Biden stuck to his earlier policies – Europe would have frozen last winter.

    Trump Guaranteed that the US would backstop European Natural Gas, enabling Europe to stand up to Russia.
    I would note that it takes atleast 3 years to build LNG fascilities. The US has replaced all the NG that Russia has reduced to Europe.
    We have been able to do so because of work that started during Trump.

    “Overall, the U.S. produced 2.5% more energy in 2022 than we consumed”
    Not after we account for what we are exporting to Europe.
    We are still importing Energy that we do not need to – and we are doing so because of Biden’s abysmal energy policies.

    “By comparison, in 2005 the U.S. consumed 44% more energy than we produced.”
    Correct, that is before the Fracking revolution. Neither Trump not Biden had anything to do with that.

    “In conclusion, 2022 marked the highest level of US energy independence since before 1950.”
    False. We were at the same production levels in 2020 before Covid as we are now.
    That is according to EIA – which is I beleive YOUR source.

    “This milestone was achieved through a combination of factors, including the shale boom which led to a steady decline in net energy imports”
    That is correct.

    “rather than being solely attributed to any specific presidential administration.”
    Solely is correct – but that is spin. US Energy production has been rising steadily since long BEFORE the Franking revolution.

    But the rate of the rise does vary from president to president.

    US Energy production actually DROPPED in 2015 and 2016 and rose steeply in 2017, 2018, and 2019 under Trump.
    US energy production has risen from its collapse in 2020 under Biden – but far more slowly than under Trump.
    Further there is absolutley no reason the US could not have reached 2019 production in 2021 – Except the politics of the Biden administration.

    “All of Trump’s claims are false.
    Only in left wing nut land.

    The FACT is that president do not “control” the eocnomy – but their policies do make a difference.

    You claim Biden has increase US energy – yes- but it took him 2 years to reach levels that we had 12months before he took office.
    Absolutely energy production increased – SLOWLY.

    Inflation is coming down SLOWLY – and it is still 4 times higher than most of the part 30 years.

    The overall differences between Trump and Biden in MOST areas are just a few percent.

    But those differences are a very big deal over the long run.

    Presidents do not control the economy – but they can F#$K with it.
    Biden has – and we are worse off for it.

    And yes being worse off, includes having 1.4% growth instead of 3.5% growth.

  2. OT:

    The Biden-Big Tech Collusion Case: A judge rules that illegal White House pressure led to social-media censorship, especially on Covid-19.
    Wall Street Journal
    July 5, 2022

    Missouri and Louisiana, joined by scientists and conservatives whose posts were censored, sued to protect their First Amendment rights. The issue in Missouri v. Biden isn’t whether social-media platforms are government actors, but whether government officials can be held responsible for their censorship. Judge Terry Doughty ruled they can and his 155-page opinion describes disturbing coordination between the government and tech firms to suppress unpopular views, especially on Covid-19.

    1. The result is an injunction, but the Plaintiffs had to demonstrate the likelihood of success on the merits – and they did – it’s positive news! At last. Let’s keep the momentum going 😊

  3. OT:

    Federal Judge confirms Biden’s Handlers colluded with Big Tech in violating First Amendment.



    This case is about the Free Speech Clause in the First Amendment to the United States Constitution. The explosion of social-media platforms has resulted in unique free speech issues— this is especially true in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. If the allegations made by Plaintiffs are true, the present case arguably involves the most massive attack against free speech in United States’ history. In their attempts to suppress alleged disinformation, the Federal Government, and particularly the Defendants named here, are alleged to have blatantly ignored the First Amendment’s right to free speech…..

    The public and private pressure from the White House apparently had its intended effect.

  4. Anonymous

    “No, because those “ordinary people” are not ordinary. ”
    Are you saying that 60% of the country is incapable or reasoning ?

    Regardless – these are “ordinary people”.

    “They are the thoroughly deluded and hopelessly incapable of reasoning.”

    So far on issue after issue the evidence of delusion and inability to reason falls entirely on the left.

    It is not ordinary people who bought and sold the collusion delusion.
    It is not ordinary people who bought idiotic claims that shokin was corrupt, The Bidens were not, Burisma paid Hunter for his energy skills,
    China paid Hunter for god only knows what. or that the Hunter Biden Laptop was “russian disinformation”.

    It is not ordinary people who beleived the idiots in government spraying all kinds of stupid lies about Covid.

    Some of us can actually do math.

    1. There is talk that China paid Hunter for the luxury of obtaining blackmail-worthy evidence of his base behavior and appetites. Nice to have such materials on hand when requesting daddy for a favor.

  5. castle doctrine. i fear for my life. and if they dont move fast enough, you can legally shoot to kill. you MAY NOT fire a warning shot in my state. if you fire, it must be aimed at them.

  6. Sources report that the DOJ and FBI refuse to kick Joseph Biden out of the White House in spite of being an alleged squatter. It appears that the FBI enjoy guarding the evidence of cocaine which is to say they will not cart off Bribin’ Biden. Just in time, the CDC is on the scene providing clean syringes, while Hunter is providing instruction to the FBI on how to use them. White House Press Secretary refused to answer any questions about the incident though it couldnt help but be noticed that she she had a strange white trace of powder on her upper lip



    “Karine Jean-Pierre dodges questions about cocaine found in White House”

  7. It’s not just cities that are a problem: here’s something that happened to a family member who lives in a very red state. He inherited a house from his 94-year-old mother who had died. Out of the blue one day, a large business sized enveloped arrived, and he opened it, not realizing that it was addressed to someone else–the address was correct. The envelope contained a loan application for a mortgage on his mother’s home in the name of someone he didn’t know or had ever heard of. His parents had lived there since 1957, and the property had never been rented. The application, which had been filled out over the phone, said that the man owned the house outright, that this had been his residence for the past 2 years, and he was trying to get a mortgage against the equity in the amount of $93,000.00. There were tabs pointing to where the “applicant” was supposed to sign. My friend called the loan company and asked for the name of the loan officer who signed the cover letter. This guy couldn’t care less–his comment was: “well, the house would never have passed inspection if the applicant wasn’t living there, so no harm, no foul.” But, what if he had broken into the house somehow and gotten it inspected? He checked and found out that the applicant had a criminal history for fraud. So, he contacted the Attorney General’s Office in this ruby-red state, and they didn’t even understand the problem–they said “well, it’s not identity theft, so what can we do, plus the guy hadn’t signed the paper yet, so there’s no fraud.” But, he WOULD HAVE signed the application but for my friend mistakenly opening the envelope. I would think that this loan company, which advertises nationally, might have, at minimum, checked with the local assessor’s office to determine who the property belonged to before preparing a loan appliation.

    1. Breaking!!!

      “Biden Promise To Restore Decency In White House Fulfilled As Crack Found Was Of Highest Quality”
      WASHINGTON, D.C. — Joe Biden’s pledge during the 2020 Presidential Election to restore decency and integrity to the White House has been fulfilled, as testing revealed the cocaine found on the premises this week was truly of the highest quality.


      Dont let the silver spoon hit ya while you take a hit, Gigi

    2. By “ruby-red,” do you mean adherent to the U.S. Constitution?

      Imagine that in the communist American welfare state where the Constitution is “lex non grata.”

      Americans “must” follow the edicts of the “dictatorship of the proletariat,” including forcibly imposing the wholly unconstitutional affirmative action, etc., that NUTCHACHACHA so enjoys.

    3. It’s not just cities that are a problem: here’s something that happened to a family member

      That’s title fraud. Not squatters. Most of the nation transfers real property using quit claim deeds. and getting a “title” to the property. As far as know, only Oklahoma and Iowa are the only two states that use the process of abstracting and deeds. to transfer ownership. No one can scam the titles to my properties because I have the only original in my lock box.

    4. Gigi:

      What, exactly, is your point? That identity theft, stealing credit cards, or impersonating a property owner occurs in red states, too? Of course it does.

      The issue is how does each state deal with squatters, the homeless, and theft of the use of property, and how can property owners’ rights be improved at both the federal and state level in all 50 states.

      In general, in blue states, the have nots are treated as morally superior to the haves. As an example, homeless camps are encouraged, and business owners and property owners who complain about homeless camps and human feces at their doorstep are ignored. There are homeless rights, such as right to camp, right to urinate in public, etc. In red states, the homeless are typically required to go to a shelter, and are not allowed to illegally camp on public or private property.

      There is a lot of room to improve the law regarding squatters in all 50 states. In FL, for example, there is no specific law directed at squatters. Homeowners have to file an unlawful detainer and serve the squatter with an eviction notice. However, in FL, squatters are not considered tenants, and they are not protected by landlord-tenant laws in that state. In California, there are squatters rights. A squatter can make legal claim to the property through adverse possession claims, if they occupy for 5 years. If a landowner has a homeless person camping on his property, DA Gascon will not enforce trespassing laws, the police are barred from removing the camper, and that camper stays there for 5 years, he can then file claim to that land through adverse possession. Squatters rights in CA are considered somewhat notorious.

      1. Also, in FL, you can kick someone out of your house, through Ejectment. If, for example, you date someone, break up, and that person refuses to leave, you can have that person removed through Ejectment. In CA, to my understanding, you have to go through an eviction process, even if they are not on the lease, and not paying rent.

        It is my opinion that law makers should look at the pros and cons of how each state handles squatters, glean what works, get rid of what doesn’t, and improve the entire process. For that to happen, however, property owner’s rights have to be respected. There cannot be the underlying paradigm that the wishes and needs of someone who does not own property should be weighed more than that of the property owner.

      2. Karen S.
        As always, well said.
        Thank you for not only bringing facts to the table, but common sense.

    5. People/institutions can be remarkably lazy when it comes to confirming identity claims. I know of a guy who applied to become an English language teacher at a Japanese university, claiming to have a degree in foreign language education from Cambridge University. He was quickly hired, but his fellow English teachers quickly discovered that he had no such degree, let alone from the esteemed UK institution. They reported this to the Japanese University authorities, who turned a blind eye to the fraud so as not to lose face….



    “It is not legally difficult to combat, but it has proven politically challenging in many cities.”

    – Professor Turley

    “[Abolition was] not legally difficult to combat, but it [proved] politically challenging in many cites,” the author.

    “Squatting” is not legally difficult to combat, but it is politically challenging in many cities.

    By Judicial Review, the Supreme Court must have struck down Lincoln’s denial of fully constitutional secession in 1860, thoroughly precluding Lincoln’s “Reign of Terror.”

    By Judicial Review, the Supreme Court must strike down “squatting” now in support of the qualified and absolute 5th Amendment right to private property.

    The communists (liberals, progressives, socialists, democrats, RINOs, AINOs) are pro-labor and anti-private property, two positions that are anathema to and not allowed by the Constitution.

    Listen to the communists; listen to their own words.

    The communists (liberals, progressives, socialists, democrats, RINOs, AINOs) are the direct and mortal enemies of Freedom and Self-Reliance, the American thesis, the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, Americans and America.

    The Supreme Court, by Judicial Review, must have contemporaneously struck down each incremental step of the implementation of the communist American welfare state since 1860.

    The singular American failure has been and remains the judicial branch, with emphasis on the Supreme Court.

    Judicial Review

    The best-known power of the Supreme Court is judicial review, or the ability of the Court to declare a Legislative or Executive act in violation of the Constitution, is not found within the text of the Constitution itself. The Court established this doctrine in the case of Marbury v. Madison (1803). In this case, the Court had to decide whether an Act of Congress or the Constitution was the supreme law of the land. The Judiciary Act of 1789 gave the Supreme Court original jurisdiction to issue writs of mandamus (legal orders compelling government officials to act in accordance with the law). A suit was brought under this Act, but the Supreme Court noted that the Constitution did not permit the Court to have original jurisdiction in this matter. Since Article VI of the Constitution establishes the Constitution as the Supreme Law of the Land, the Court held that an Act of Congress that is contrary to the Constitution could not stand. In subsequent cases, the Court also established its authority to strike down state laws found to be in violation of the Constitution.

    – United States Courts

    Karl Marx – A Sick Junkie?


    Marx drank heavily until his death after joining the Trier Tavern Club drinking society in the 1830s.[30] Marx was afflicted by poor health (what he himself described as “the wretchedness of existence”)[192] and various authors have sought to describe and explain it. His biographer Werner Blumenberg attributed it to liver and gall problems which Marx had in 1849 and from which he was never afterward free, exacerbated by an unsuitable lifestyle. The attacks often came with headaches, eye inflammation, neuralgia in the head, and rheumatic pains. A serious nervous disorder appeared in 1877 and protracted insomnia was a consequence, which Marx fought with narcotics. The illness was aggravated by excessive nocturnal work and faulty diet. Marx was fond of highly seasoned dishes, smoked fish, caviare, pickled cucumbers, “none of which are good for liver patients”, but he also liked wine and liqueurs and smoked an enormous amount “and since he had no money, it was usually bad-quality cigars”. From 1863, Marx complained a lot about boils: “These are very frequent with liver patients and may be due to the same causes”.[193] The abscesses were so bad that Marx could neither sit nor work upright. According to Blumenberg, Marx’s irritability is often found in liver patients: Marx suffered from a trio of afflictions. A liver ailment, probably hereditary, was aggravated by overwork, a bad diet, and lack of sleep. Inflammation of the eyes was induced by too much work at night. A third affliction, eruption of carbuncles or boils, “was probably brought on by general physical debility to which the various features of Marx’s style of life – alcohol, tobacco, poor diet, and failure to sleep – all contributed. Engels often exhorted Marx to alter this dangerous regime”. In Seigel’s thesis, what lay behind this punishing sacrifice of his health may have been guilt about self-involvement and egoism, originally induced in Karl Marx by his father.[196] In 2007, a retrodiagnosis by dermatologist, Shuster,…was that Marx suffered not from liver problems, but from hidradenitis suppurativa, a recurring infective condition arising from blockage of apocrine ducts opening into hair follicles. This condition, which was not described in the English medical literature until 1933 (hence would not have been known to Marx’s physicians), can produce joint pain (which could be misdiagnosed as rheumatic disorder) and painful eye conditions. To arrive at his retrodiagnosis, Shuster considered the primary material: the Marx correspondence published in the 50 volumes of the Marx/Engels Collected Works. There, “although the skin lesions were called ‘furuncles’, ‘boils’ and ‘carbuncles’ by Marx, his wife, and his physicians, they were too persistent, recurrent, destructive and site-specific for that diagnosis”. The sites of the persistent ‘carbuncles’ were noted repeatedly in the armpits, groins, perianal, genital (penis and scrotum) and suprapubic regions and inner thighs, “favoured sites of hidradenitis suppurativa”. Professor Shuster claimed the diagnosis “can now be made definitively”.[197]

    – Wiki https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karl_Marx

  9. Jonathan: There is definitely a lot of “rage across the county”. DJT added his own rage yesterday on Truth Social. While Pres. Biden and the rest of us were celebrating the 4th of July, DJT was busy posting the following:


    A fact check shows all of DJT’s claims are false. But he is providing more red meat for his MAGA followers. On Truth Social DJT showed a crude meme from one of his followers that featured a flag with the words: “F..k Biden and f…k you for voting for him”. DJT continued to call Jack Smith “deranged”. There was something for everyone.

      1. Because no matter how much garbage the left throws at him – they can not dent him.

        At some point DM might want to ask why it is that ordinary people do not beleive him ?

        It might be because he has been caught in so many lies.

        1. John Say: You say “no matter how much garbage the left throws at him [DJT]–they cannot dent him”. Really? Then how come the big money GOP donors are deserting DJT? The biggest now is the Koch Foundation. What about the dwindling crowds at DJT’s rallies? In S. Carolina, a heavily GOP state, DJT drew only a max of about 5,000–and many of those loyal MAGA followers travel from rally to rally to make the crowds look larger. After his arraignment in Miami last month, DJT could raise only about $2 million from the “ordinary people”. So now Trump tells his small donors in small print that 10% is going toward his legal bills–hardly enough to pay for all his lawyers, let alone the billions he will need to run a viable campaign.

          And what happens when DJT goes to trial in the first of his many criminal trials–as earlier as by the end of this year or early next year? You have to ask yourself this Q. How many “ordinary people” are going to want to vote for someone convicted of serious felony crimes ( and he will be convicted)? A guy awaiting sentencing or who is trying to run for President from prison? Really? Seriously?

          The only “lies” going on here are the ones you are telling yourself!


            1. Thanks,.
              Personally I do not know, and I do not care.

              Except I am happy to see you prove Dennis has lied AGAIN.

          1. “Really? Then how come the big money GOP donors are deserting DJT?”

            So ?
            Trump has an ample war chest.
            I am sure Sorros is not funding him – does that prove something ?

            “What about the dwindling crowds at DJT’s rallies?”
            What about them. Do you think Biden can draw 500 ? 50 ?

            The Fact is his polls remain strong. Biden is still losing to him in most polls, he still has a 30 point lead over desantis,

            “let alone the billions he will need to run a viable campaign.”
            The Trump campaign in 2016 and 2020 cost about 500M.
            If he got 2M in one day that is a big deal.
            Democrats spent nearly a Billion to try to elect Hillary and over a Billion to elect Biden.

            No one doubts Democrats have a big financial advantage.
            They also spent far more than nearly every Republican in 2022.
            And still feel short.

            The US is in the midst of a massive political realignment.
            The values of the Republican party and the democratic party are shifting.

            Republicans used to get substantial funding from big business – they are slowly losing that.
            That is going to occur whether the condidate is Trump or any other republicans.
            That is driven by changing politics. Neo Cons and proponents of big business are moving to the Democrats.
            While Blue collar workers are moving to the Republicans.

            That and related shifts have financial impacts that have nothing at all to do with Trump.

            That said – Trump will get a fair amount of political donations – so long as he has a reasonable chance of winning.

            Even the big corporate donors you are talking about can not afford to have funded ONLY the losing candidate.

            “And what happens when DJT goes to trial in the first of his many criminal trials–as earlier as by the end of this year or early next year?”
            The likelyhood of that occuring is near NIL.

            It appears that Braggs trial is pre-empted by Smith’s. As even Turley has noted – Smith must get to a jury significantly before the first Primary.
            These cases are going to procede ridiculously slowly – unless Trump actually wants them to move fast.

            Your chances of getting a conviction in FL are NIL. F: is NOT DC or Manhattan.
            Something like 70% of people polled nationwide – including a majority of democrats think this is all political.

            Outside of DC and Manhattan that is your jury pool.

            Further as we have seen already with the Bragg case – and the Smith case – these get WEAKER as they proceed.

            You nutjobs were sure you had Trump on the collusion delusion – how did that work ?

            You do not seem to understand – that outside of DC and manahattan – you are not going to get a jury of 12 people like you.
            You are not most people in this country. You are not even most democrats.

            Atleast 50% of the people on the FL Jury will be people who Voted for Trump and are STILL supporting him.

            “You have to ask yourself this Q. How many “ordinary people” are going to want to vote for someone convicted of serious felony crimes ( and he will be convicted)?”

            There will be no conviction. Despite what I said about Juries – I doubt these will go to trial.

            Nor were they intended to. The purpose was to Drive Trump out of the race – and they failed.

            “A guy awaiting sentencing or who is trying to run for President from prison? Really? Seriously?”

            And we should believe people who bought the collusion delusion ?

            Again 70% of people TODAY beleive these prosecutions are political – without merit.
            And that means ALOT of democrats.

            You are not an “ordinary person” – you have no clue about the real world.

            Again you are one of the delusional idiots who beleived Hillary.

            But lets assume you are correct and people have a choice between someone convicted in a political witch trial.
            The evidence is NEVER going to get better than it is today.

            And someone who is OBVIOUSLY guilty of selling out the country ?

            The evidence regarding Trump will get no better.
            The evidence regarding Biden will continue to grow.

            And Biden’s problems are much worse.

            House republicans are going to have a field day subpeonaing people in the executive branch.
            And we can pretty much count on the Biden administration resisting mightily.
            They will ultimately lose, but the process will be tedious, and drawn out.
            It will continue probably right up until election day.

            DOJ is barred from doing anything that impacts elections. It is likely the courts will stop everything as soon as the primaries approach.
            The House is NOT barred from proceeding right through the election – just as Democrats tried to impeach Trump to influence the election.

            BTW – more evidence of election rigging.

            Do you understand that YOU impeached Trump for seeking to investigate what is increasingly obvious corruption by Biden.

            YOU are now claiming that you can alter the election by prosecuting Trump criminally.
            All you are doing is admitting you are ONCE AGAIN engaged in election interferance.

            BTW if you think that classified docs are sacred – why did you not seek to have Hillary prosecuted ?
            She smeared them all over the internet.
            Why are you not prosecuting Biden – he stole Classified docs as a senator. There is absolutely NO justification or excuse for that.

            While you are not getting to a jury – in the event you do – it will be a jury of people asking why Clinton was not prosecuted and why there is no special counsel investigating Biden/

            There is a reason that your slings and arrows have no effect. Because no one beleives you or trusts you.

            What “lies” is it I tell myself ?

            You are back to this stupid ad hominem rather than argument.

            The FACTs are readily available to all of us.

            I and those like me have been right about the colusion delusion.
            Right about the economy
            Right about pretty much all things covid.
            Right about the Biden crime syndicate.
            Right about censorship
            Right about election interferance.

            What is it again that you have actually right about ?

            What is it that you have not lied to yourself and everyone else about ?

            Why should anyone beleive you about anything.

          2. I would also suggest that you think about what you want.

            There is little doubt that what Democrats want more than anything is a Biden Trump rematch.

            While DeSantis is losing to Trump in the polls. There are pretty much no Trump voters who are going to not vote for DeSantis if by some chance Trump is not the candidate.

            There are a very large number of people who do not expect Biden to be the Democrats candidate.
            Even RFK jr, is doing surprisingly well.

            Presuming that he does not decline significantly before the election – which is a big if.

            Biden will be in worse shape in in 2024 against ANYONE than he was in 2020.
            Biden will have his record – which will be getting WORSE as an albatros arround his neck.

            I was surprised by Polling based on recent Supreme court decisions.
            Most of the decisions that the left is wigging out over has 2:1 popular support.

            People are not happy with your economy.
            They are not happy with your social agenda.

            BTW DeSantis is now polling ahead of Biden head to head – even though he is losing ground to Trump.
            Think about that. A candidate Trump beats by 30pts is beating Biden.

            Pretty much every republican presidential candidate has promissed to end this witch hunt if elected – and guess what – That is POPULAR.

            You really do not seem to grasp that the reason you can not “Get Trump” – is because you have been caught repeatedly as a liar, and no one beleives you.

          3. “DJT drew only a max of about 5,000 . . .”

            Try 30,000-50,000.

            But then, the Left is not very good at math — or honesty.

            1. The only reason the crowd size matters is that it is a different measure of Trump support.

              In 2020 Biden was getting at best 100 people – and that was often at public events in major cities.

              Even as president he is not doing all that well

              Factors in the 2024 election will be:
              Who says they will vote for who.
              Who will actually vote for who.
              Who will donate to who.
              Who will work on the campaign.

              Republicans have a disadvantage in donations – that has near always been true – though the makeup of donations is changing along with the political realignment.
              Regardless democrats will get money from unions – declining. From Big Business – increasing. They will have more money.

              But Democrats get far less actual campaign volunteers. Democrats generally have to pay a larger percent of their volunteers.
              And increasingly they have labor organizing within their campaign staff so they have to pay them much better than they used to.
              The bulk of republican campaign staff is older and unpaid.

              Democrats have always pulled from a younger demographic.

              The theory – as sold to Republicans was that mailin voting would get more senior voters who find getting out harder.
              In practice this gain has been dwarfed by the young couch potato vote.

              Historically Younger voters have been more willing to work for campaigns, knock on doors run rallies, in modern times post on social media.
              But they have NOT been willing to come to the polls and actually vote.

              In 2020 Mailin voting got a massive number of younger voters to actually vote.
              In 2022 This number – though still very high dropped significantly.
              Voter enthusiasm in the young demographic is even lower today.

              Generally people are more inclined to vote as they get older – until they are less able to.
              And they are more likely to vote conservative as they grow older.

    1. So which claims are false ?

      Please provide evidence.

      Trump’s views are shared by lots of americans – in many instances MOST americans.

      On July 4th we celebrate the declaration of independence.

      “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.–That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, –That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, ”

      Those of you on the left do not seem to accept any of that anymore.

      The 4th of July is not just a holiday. It is a reflection of our national values – one of which is the willingness to take up arms to kill those who would take our liberty from us.

      The George III or the modern era is those on the left like YOU.

      If you do not want conflict with the rest of us – Leave us alone – free to excercise our rights.

      Do not force us to speak using your words.
      Do not silence us when you do not like what we say.
      Do not send the FBI to our homes – because you do not like our views on the education of our children.
      Do not send the FBI to our churches.
      Do not force us to follow YOU ill thought out public health policies.

      Simply DO NOT restrict our rights.

      We will all get along fine if you can manage that.

      If you can not – the next Lexington and Concord may be at your doorstep.


          “How this Declaration may strike others, I know not. To me, I own, it appears that it cannot fail — to use the words of a great Orator— “of doing us Knight’s service.” The mouth of faction, we may reasonably presume, will be closed; the eyes of those who saw not, or would not see, that the Americans were long since aspiring at independence, will be opened; the nation will unite as one man, and teach this rebellious people, that it is one thing for them to say, the connection, which bound them to us, is dissolved, another to dissolve it; that to accomplish their independence is not quite so easy as to declare it: that there is no peace with them, but the peace of the King: no war with them, but that war, which offended justice wages against criminals. — We too, I hope, shall acquiesce in the necessity of submitting to whatever burdens, of making whatever efforts may be necessary, to bring this ungrateful and rebellious people back to that allegiance they have long had it in contemplation to renounce, and have now at last so daringly renounced.”

          – Jeremy Bentham, 1776

        2. I will continue to defend the possibility of actual revolution – because the Left needs to Fear it.

          “When government fears the people, there is liberty. When the people fear the government, there is tyranny.”

          Regardless, I think there is a snowballs chance in hell of a lexington and Concord.

          The only large scale violence will be on the left.

          The country is spiking anxiety and depression – these lead to violence and chaos.
          This is probably a significant factor in the rising rates of violence.
          It is also a factor in the increase in mass killings.
          Disturbed people key on the anxieties of society.

          But the distribution of anxiety and depression is NOT uniform.

          The rates of anxiety and depression among conservatives are pretty much unchanged from from 20 year norms.
          The rates of anxiety and depression on the left are more than double what they were 20 years ago.
          They are higher among women on the left.
          They are higher among young people on the left.

          Young left leaning women have more than a 70% probability of suffering from anxiety and depression.
          That is compared to about 17% for young conservative women.

          The left is currently batschiff crazy, they are acting paranoid and nuts.
          They are making numerous unforced errors.

          We used to say that Republicans were far worse at messaging than democrats.
          That is not even close to true today. The left is selling nonsense. and very few beleive them.
          They are increasingly desparate.

          The “Get Trump” nonsense is desparation. It is not based on any reality – and people see through that – and the polls show that.

          I am not saying there will be no violence fromt he right.

          First we will seem more mass shootings – the levels of anxiety and depression are essentially a permanent full moon drawing the loonies out.
          Mass killers are not actually political – they are typically people who manufacture crazy ideologies – taking peices from right and left.
          So some paranoid schitz will publish a econ-racist manefesto and the left will use that as proof the KKK is coming.

          But ouside he loons – the real violence is already and will in the future be almost entirely from the left.

          And it will get worse the more they think they are losing.

    2. One does not have to support Trump to be incredibly angry at idiots like you that voted for Biden.

      On Jan 20, 2021, Inflation was 1.4% and growth was 6%.
      Today growth is below 1.4% and inflation is above 6%.

      That is just one of a long long list of Biden’s failures.

      Trump did not cause Biden to fail.
      Republicans did not cause Biden to fail.

      Biden had every possible oportunity to be very successful.

      All he needed to do was … Nothing.
      He could have coasted into appearing to be a better president than Trump.

      Biden F#$Ked up. He is a horible president – not compared to Trump, but compared to even James Buchannon.

      Trump was not a very good president. But he was the best president in the 21st century.
      Biden is not just the worst president of the 21st century he is working hard are the title of worst president of all time.

      YES, you should absolutely be ashamed for voting for him.

      You knew or could have known that he was incompetent and corrupt.

      1. During Trumps first 3 years(pre covid). Me and my wife pulled over $30,000.00 out of our retirement savings to do some work on our house. 2 months later we checked our retirement accounts, there was more money in it then than before we took it out. This never happened to us before. We thought we were the winning contestants on some tv game show. For us, this was the Trump economy. Trumps first 3 years were the best 3 years I ever had under any president. I’m 74 years old. Sorry, Trump has his issues but the pluses outweigh the minuses.I’d vote for him again.

        1. Alot of what is said about Trump is bragging.

          But while it is hyperbole and bragadocia,
          There is an underlying reality.

          Biden and the left are ranting about the rich not paying their fair share in taxes.

          TODAY Tax Revenue is runnign 21% of GDP. It has NEVER been higher. It is probably not possible to go higher.
          And nearly all of that is coming from the top. The top 50% of the country pays ALL the taxes.
          We have NEVER had the rich pay so large a percent of the cost of government.

          Lefties LIE. That is who they are.

          They actually want to inflict misery on all of us – not just the rich.
          They want everyone to be as unhappy as they are.

      2. Even Obama [allegedly] said that one should not underestimate the ability of Joe Biden to f–k things up.

    3. A fact check shows all of DJT’s claims are false

      Its all true FBI. Crime is at highs. Inflation is bad, Biden admits it, GPA is a fraction. of Trumps
      Disagreeing with your opinion is not fact checked.

  10. This should be relatively trivial to deal with forgery is a serious crime – one that results in jail.

    Unlawful possession is also a crime.

    While the standards of proof are higher in criminal courts – the consequences are more serious.

    The cases mentioned are not overstaying a lease by 90 days. Every instance Turley cited is not just a civil issue, it is also a crime.

    Start prosecuting and jailing people for crimes. And the civil problem will go away.

    1. This occurred across the street from me in Ga. Georgia is not doing much about the issue. You can see the decline of this State and its communities

  11. As I was reading the column, two things came to mind related to squatter rights (1) 1st year law school property class and the discussion of adverse possession and (2) the movie Pacific Heights (1990).

    1. The thought that came across my mind was Biden’s talking point™: White Supremacy is the single biggest threat to America

      Black Transgender ‘BLM Supporter’ Identified as Alleged Philly Mass Shooter

      Kimbrady Carriker is fond of Black Lives Matter and gun memes, especially Keanu Reeves and The Matrix, whose co-director called it a transgender allegory.

      He also shared support for Black Lives Matter and posted gun memes, with a particular fixation on actor Keanu Reeves and his gun-heavy films, especially The Matrix but also John Wick. The Matrix directors, the Wachowski siblings, both came out as transgender years after the film’s release, and one described it as a transgender allegory.

      If Carriker identified as a woman, he would be the third mass-shooting suspect with either a transgender or nonbinary identity in the past several months, after Nashville’s Audrey Hale and Colorado Springs’ Anderson Aldrich.


      Odd that Biden, NYT, WaPo, CNN, MSNBC, etc have not made a blanket condemnations of BLM, Trans, blacks, nonbinary, and others who pose as the single biggest threat to America. They did just for all Trump supporters, and for the Jan 6, 2021 peaceful protestor for protesting the 2020 rigged elections where one person died, a USAF veteran, shot and killed by the US Capitol Police


  12. This went on in the socialist city of Geneva, Switzerland for many years. We finally sold rather than continue to put up with the squatters and their vicious dogs that ran loose. In a country where one would expect strict adherence to rules, it was quite shocking. I believe they finally clamped down on squatting, after we sold our flat.

  13. It would seem to me that the homeowner would have the right to use a firearm to prevent the squatter from re-entering their property. But in modern leftist America it would be the property owner that would be prosecuted. I wonder what would happen if a squatter tried to move into Bernie Sander’s house or Pelosi’s house or better yet Mark Zuckerberg’s mansion!

    1. Apr 13, 2023 — A group of about 50 migrants was relocated within days to a military base on Cape Cod. GOOGLE
      The cops and sheriffs would scoot the squatters off immediately with charges of resisting and obstructing an investigation. The msm would cover it up and probably already have.

  14. Good Morning! How nice of you to Wake-UP.

    Homelessness in the San Francisco Bay Area, L.A., Chicago, N.Y.C., Atlanta, ….
    Economic Flight, Is 𝘠𝘰𝘶𝘳 𝘖𝘸𝘯 𝘚𝘪𝘵𝘶𝘢𝘵𝘪𝘰𝘯 is getting ‘UN-Sustainable’.
    How many People did you pass up in the median of the road begging (panhandling) for a Buck today?
    Their Home is that Shopping Cart they wheeled up to the Intersection to work for the day.

    Lets forego the discussion of WHY, and dive into the discussion of WHERE we are at NOW.
    1st Lets get down to it and start with calling a Spade a Spade. WE ARE IN A DEPRESSION.

    𝘞𝘩𝘢𝘵! 𝘏𝘰𝘸 𝘤𝘢𝘯 𝘺𝘰𝘶 𝘴𝘢𝘺 𝘵𝘩𝘢𝘵? Well lets look at a few historic reference parallels.
    [Scroll down to section; Untied States]
    C𝘶𝘳𝘳𝘦𝘯𝘵 𝘊𝘩𝘪𝘯𝘦𝘴𝘦, 𝘙𝘶𝘴𝘴𝘪𝘢𝘯, … 𝘚𝘢𝘯𝘤𝘵𝘪𝘰𝘯𝘴 = 𝘵𝘩𝘦 𝘚𝘮𝘰𝘰𝘵–𝘏𝘢𝘸𝘭𝘦𝘺 𝘛𝘢𝘳𝘪𝘧𝘧 𝘈𝘤𝘵
    𝘛𝘩𝘦 𝘍𝘦𝘥𝘦𝘳𝘢𝘭 𝘙𝘦𝘴𝘦𝘷𝘦 𝘢𝘯𝘥 𝘞𝘢𝘭𝘭 𝘚𝘵𝘳𝘦𝘦𝘵 𝘉𝘢𝘯𝘬𝘴 (𝘣𝘺𝘱𝘢𝘴𝘴𝘦𝘥 𝘎𝘭𝘢𝘴𝘴 𝘚𝘵𝘦𝘢𝘨𝘢𝘭𝘭 𝘈𝘤𝘵 𝘢𝘯𝘥 𝘫𝘶𝘴𝘵 𝘓𝘪𝘦) = 𝘉𝘢𝘯𝘬𝘴 𝘰𝘧 𝘵𝘩𝘦 𝘌𝘳𝘢
    𝘜𝘯𝘦𝘮𝘱𝘭𝘰𝘺𝘮𝘦𝘯𝘵 𝘕𝘶𝘮𝘣𝘦𝘳𝘴 𝘢𝘳𝘦 𝘧𝘶𝘥𝘨𝘦𝘥 = 𝘜𝘯𝘦𝘮𝘱𝘭𝘰𝘺𝘮𝘦𝘯𝘵 25% (1933)
    You get the idea

    President Joe Biden is the President Herbert Hoover of Our Time!
    We have become the Constituents of the United States of Hoovervilles.

    How do you know if the that Guy in the House next to you is Squatting or not.
    He’s got a Wife that works, Kids at various points in life, a Mini-Van, and a Mid-Size late model Car.
    They’ve been there for years, but you haven’t said a word to them in [How Long ?].
    They are typical Americans.

    They haven’t made a Mortgage payment, Credit Card Payment, Insurance Payment … going on 5 years now.
    The only sign you have is when the County Tax Officials sold the House for Back-Taxes at Auction,
    and They had to move out in the middle of the night.
    They kept Flipping and Flipping and kicked the Can-of-Debts down the Road, until The reached the Dead End.
    Its ‘epidemic’. We the People are Bankrupt.

    Reality is, If the ‘Day of Reckoning’ came at high-noon right now, and People had to reconcile their Life’s Checkbook.
    Guess what – Very few would make it through the Pearly Gates and hand St. Gabriel a Million Dollar Check and enter Heaven’s Millionaire Acres. [B.T.W.: It’s a very exclusive ‘Gated’ community]

    Recall in the New Millennium (~2007-2011) the Housing Market Bubble Popped and People found themselves ‘under-water’, so naturally they stopped paying their Bills (Mortgage, Utility, Insurance, HOA, …)
    In fact many who had “Investment Properties” Took their Renter’s Rent and pocketed it, while skipping out on Debts.

    I guess you could say that this is a different class of Squatter, perhaps “Investment Squatter” or “Home Owner Squatter”.
    So you see Things are not always as they appear, On Your Block, Your Home Town, Your Country.

    Now, close your eyes, Think … At your current Burn-Rate [$] … How long is it realistically going to Last?
    At the current rate, How long will it be until You become a “Squatter” – Bills, Bills, Bills … and Taxes.

    Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Jamie Dimon, … All the Billionaires in this World will tell you (or not):
    𝒀𝒐𝒖 𝒐𝒏𝒍𝒚 𝑹𝒆𝒏𝒕 𝒕𝒉𝒊𝒔 𝑳𝒊𝒇𝒆.

    P.S.: It’s about Cash-Flow, if you want to be on the Other side of Life, You need CASH-FLOW.
    Without it, You’re Dead-in-the-Water.

    1. Lets do the Math:

      𝟏𝟎𝟓.𝟎 𝐌𝐢𝐥𝐥𝐢𝐨𝐧 Working-age Americans do not have a job right now.
      𝟑𝟑𝟑.𝟑 𝐌𝐢𝐥𝐥𝐢𝐨𝐧 People living in this 247th year old Nation. (This number includes Old/Retired and Juvenile)
      = 𝟎.𝟑𝟏𝟔𝟓𝟑𝟏𝟔𝟓𝟑𝟏𝟔𝟓𝟑𝟏𝟔𝟓 [𝟏𝟎𝟓.𝟎 ÷ 𝟑𝟑𝟑.𝟑 = 𝟎.𝟑𝟏𝟔𝟓𝟑𝟏𝟔𝟓𝟑𝟏𝟔𝟓𝟑𝟏𝟔𝟓] (𝐨𝐫 𝟑𝟏% Unemployed in the Labor Force)

      𝐔.𝐒. 𝐢𝐧𝐚𝐜𝐭𝐢𝐯𝐞 𝐥𝐚𝐛𝐨𝐫 𝐟𝐨𝐫𝐜𝐞 𝐬𝐞𝐚𝐬𝐨𝐧𝐚𝐥𝐥𝐲 𝐮𝐧𝐚𝐝𝐣𝐮𝐬𝐭𝐞𝐝 𝟐𝟎𝟐𝟏-𝟐𝟎𝟐𝟑
      In May 2023, the inactive labor force amounted to about 99.92 million people in the United States. Labor force measures are based on the civilian non-institutional population 16 years old and over. Excluded are persons under 16 years of age, all persons confined to institutions such as nursing homes and prisons, and persons on active duty in the Armed Forces. The labor force is made up of the employed and the unemployed. The remainder — those who have no job and are not looking for one — are counted as “not in the labor force.” Many who are not in the labor force are going to school or are retired. Family responsibilities keep others out of the labor force.
      Published by Statista Research Department, Jun 5, 2023

      The Numbers don’t Lie
      WE are in a Depression

      Numeri pro se loquuntur – The numbers speak for themselves

  15. I see a possible cottage industry here, masked and dressed all in black evictors, an on call eviction service.
    The “We never sleep Evictors”.

  16. Something completely off topic:
    The Secret Service is now saying that the cocaine found in the WH was discovered in an area that is used by high level staff and is in the west wing. This being the case it means that someone in a high security position is out there purchasing an illegal drug from some dealer with who knows what connections. Of course this high level staffer of Joe Biden is then ripe for blackmail by whoever has knowledge of the illegal use of drugs.

    Just another day at the Biden WH and with our totally incurious press. If a high level Republican staffer was found with cocaine this would now be an episode of the most intense reportorial digging since Watergate.

    1. The Clinton White House was filled with drugs and reefer regularly smoked, books are written about it.
      Clinton’s brother: ” Bill has a nose like a vacuum cleaner.”

      I think cocaine is common in the upper reaches, it gives the needed energy boost and is said to give confidence and EGO since the days of Freud, who prescribed it for that effect.

      1. Shakdi, I was only scratching the surface. But it’s amazing how dims have a seven year witch hunt on Trump but completely overlook their heros misgivings.

        1. All about power–obtaining it and maintaining it. Only the faults of the opposition matter. And with a complicit press ready to cover up any bad behavior, what do they have to worry about? Sure ain’t our Founders’ country.

    2. I have an off topic take on your off topic. It WAS really found in the residence where access is very limited as initially reported and the cover up has NOW moved it to the more public West Wing

    3. HullBobby,
      You see the leftists are so desperate to deflect, they are trying to claim the cocaine likely belonged to DT Jr. who has not been in the WH in over 2 years?
      That is how desperate they are.

  17. “The result for homeowners has been a nightmare with little deterrence or assistance from government officials.”
    When the government fails to fo its job, you have to. We all have a Second Amendment, and most of us have a firearm and a spare knife laying around that doesn’t match our kitchen set. The operative and only words to be spoken are “I was in fear for my and my family’s safety.”

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