Rights mean nothing without the ability to back them up.i see the south texas ranchers worried about illegals crossing thier land and are afraid to stop them..bull its private property and if you feel feared then you have that right to take action
Put yourself in the rancher's shoes - He is in legitimate fear for his life from the mob of illegals crossing the boarder and heading toward his house.
He protects his home, wife and minor children with deadly force.
60 min does a 20 min slot on the trigger happy rancher who killed innocent people.
They interview the illegals (Now staying in a 5 star hotel and eating steak every night compliments of CBS) who say they were just looking for water. They were dying of thirst. "My baby needed water".
CNN does a nightly update. Counting the days that the murdering Texan has been out of jail.
AOC does a photo shoot with the grieving families and promises justice.
Brown Lives Mater starts a nightly protest at the rancher's home and where he shops.
#StopHatefulRancher trends on twitter.
Now he can't shop anywhere. His money's no good. The cattle buyers won't buy his cows. The feed store wont sell to him. The vet won't visit. The credit companies cancel his cards.
The bank terminates his checking account and calls the note on his ranch.
Dan Crenshaw is the deciding vote on a national Red Flag law and the local cops seize his guns.
Eventually BLM and Antifa team up to slaughter his cattle and burn his home.
Society works when the majority follows the rules. Once a majority breaks the rules, we have anarchy.
And that is what BLM and Antifa want.