The tyranny in Virginia out of control.
A patriot who attended gun rights rally in Virginia was stalked and harassed by law enforcement at his own home in Pennsylvania on Saturday morning.
The patriot, identified by his wife as George Wagner, became a person of interest to the armed thugs after he visited the Virginia Capitol to gauge the situation as it was unfolding. His wife posted the video on her Facebook account.
“George was not the only person on Capitol grounds that day. He was not the only person taking pictures either. But George’s size and stature coupled with his purposeful actions made him a target for a dry run on Red Flag laws on a citizen of Virginia,” Kay Williams Wagner explained.
He was correct about the hothead, that guy was a jerk, and definitely took his time getting off the property as the citizen requested. Officer who stayed was professional. I once had a cop detain my homeschooled 13 year old son in Rite Aid because some lady nearby reported she saw a kid with a knife, and he had a skull on his shirt. At that time every 13 year old boy I knew had skulls on their shirts. I asked if he was accusing my son of a crime, and he said no, he just wanted the lady to look at him to see if it was the person she saw with the knife. Well, I walked out to my car, and called my husband, and calmly told him that he needed to “get here quickly because I am fixing to get myself arrested because some 5 foot cop was detaining our son who was with me all day”…..and my husband was practically there before I finished talking, because he knows me, and didn’t want to have to bail me out of the pokey. Most cops are good folks. But you do not mess with mama bear’s cubs, I don’t care who you are. This is a kid with an “A” average and never even in trouble at school, much less the police. At a different time, same town, I found a wallet on the street, and took it to the police station. They asked me all kinds of questions and had me fill out a pretty extensive form and show my ID, everything but pee in a cup. I wrote a nice letter to the editor about how as head of our neighborhood watch, I support our officers, and realize they deal with some bad folks, but perhaps the police should consider not treating everyone they encounter as if they are a criminal. That way perhaps the law abiding people in our town would respect and
trust them, but as it was, I would be inclined to think twice about being a good Samaritan the next time. (Our police dep’t had been investigated about a year prior, every officer put on leave while state police served the city during the investigation). I ended my letter with “perhaps the new Chief will take note”. I found out after the letter ran in the paper, the new Chief was the one I dealt with when I brought the wallet. So I guess, message delivered!