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undine53 8 points ago +8 / -0

Well, well. Isn't that interesting. Good thing they got caught, almost as though they were meant to?..

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YugeBallsBelieveMe 4 points ago +4 / -0

Couldn’t find the comments on that article I usually find ones on daily mail interesting

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Binome169 3 points ago +3 / -0

The comment below (from that article in the link) made me chuckle .....

but that aside, the propaganda and the implications made from that article are very clear and this is their intended way of ‘setting the stage’ in readiness to create the ‘need’ to use a zero tolerance strategy in ‘dealing’ with the ‘demonstrators’ at borders and in city settings....They will use this type of insinuation to prepare the ‘normies’ for the violence that will come and be created around the Freedom Marchers and The Trucks... this is laying out the need for ‘Risk Assessments’ to be deliberately High in respect of dealing with the people and their property etc....by LEOs....

Anyway the comment that made me chuckle by the way it uses libtard rhetoric or ‘spin’ was....

“ Hunting rifles and shotguns are neither restricted nor prohibited, but it is illegal to possess them without a firearms acquisitions certificate. ”

WWG1WGA

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mikeworksforu 3 points ago +3 / -0

False flag watch next 10 days or so?

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DenisPat 2 points ago +2 / -0

Looks like letter agency employee of the month

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I-AM-ANON 1 point ago +2 / -1

Huge? Looks like a typical American family collection

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MoLibertyson 1 point ago +1 / -0

Just observing. The picture of arms seized includes a shotgun, two lever guns and three bolt actions. Suitable for hunting in north Canada. How many of the autos are 30 caliber or better? Could this be just a planned trip with some bro's?

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pizza_lawyer 1 point ago +1 / -0

Guy looks like a CCP agent. I find it interesting that the daily mail has turned comments off. They must have been getting blown up with red-pills since they usually are one of the few liberal rags that still allows comments.

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ravonaf 1 point ago +1 / -0

I can only imagine how many of these false flags have been stopped over the last 5 years before they had a chance to go off. I'm sure they didn't get them all. But I bet they got over 90% of them.