Questions for the day – 5/2/2020

Armed protestors try to enter the Michigan House of Representative chambe. (Image Credit: Jeff Kowalsky/AFP)
Question #1: If you use the threat of violence (say, by carrying a firearm into a state capital building) in an attempt to coerce the state leaders into doing your bidding, how does that make you any different from a terrorist who threatens to blow up a building in order to coerce a leader into releasing the terrorist’s comrades from prison?

Question #2: If you believe that your liberties are threatened and you coerce an elected government into ignoring the will of the people who elected it, how does that make you any less of a tyrant than the people who you are supposedly defending your liberties from?

Inquiring minds want to know.

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