Tuesday, June 2, 2020
Industry expert Timothy Lytton, a law professor at Georgia State University, told the New York Times: “People are nervous that there’s a certain amount of civil disorder that might come if huge numbers of people are sick and a huge number of institutions are not operating normally. They may have an anxiety about protecting themselves if the organs of state are starting to erode.”
That was back on April 1. Anybody feeling more confident about the strength of the organs of state now?
I don't feel any organs are particularly strong lately. And you can't buy guns anymore in California. Fortunately, I already got my long gun, because I'm a busy little ant. Kinda low on ammo though.