Message from Phillip Wiglesworth - FL in Charlottesville 2.0 #virginia_laws


2017-07-13 19:33:03 UTC  

What are the va laws on self defense? Of course we aren't going to start anything but at what point is it okay to react to the left's assaults

2017-07-13 19:36:33 UTC  

If you reasonably fear death (gun pointed at you) or have been seriously harmed or injured, you are legally allowed to defend yourself by all means. Keep in mind that this will be a huge event and that it won't be as easy to make a case

2017-07-13 19:37:17 UTC  

Also, VA is a stand your ground state

2017-07-13 20:19:38 UTC  

Virginia is a stand your ground state .

2017-07-13 20:22:39 UTC  

Virginia is a stand your ground state

2017-07-13 20:23:47 UTC  

Thanks to whoever deleted that. Not your fault, Virginia can be weird with some laws

2017-07-13 20:29:37 UTC  

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2017-07-13 20:29:39 UTC  

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2017-07-13 20:35:29 UTC  

@Aaron - VA
Thanks when did that get changed? When I got my VA CCW a few years ago they told us that VA wasn't.

2017-07-13 20:47:12 UTC  

Your article was mostly correct though. You more than likely can't just have a gun waved at you and you can then blast them away. But if you were violently beaten , or were shot at , you have the right to defend yourself by all means. Depends how much of a jew your lawyer is

2017-07-13 21:09:53 UTC  

USCCA offers self defense insurance, buy it

2017-07-15 07:08:35 UTC  

Is it legal to carry a club openly? Like a police baton?

2017-07-15 13:06:39 UTC  

Don't carry anything that's explicitly a weapon. Flag poles and signs work, but openly carrying obvious weaponry is probably not a good idea. @Spaceman (DSB)

2017-07-15 13:41:50 UTC  

Waving a gun at you is criminal menacing/brandishing (note that there's a difference between open carry and brandishing). Should be okay to defend yourself in that situation

2017-07-15 19:09:47 UTC  

36" rattan flag poles okay?

2017-07-15 19:38:15 UTC  

Not that I think any of us are felons, but:

It is **illegal** for felons in Virginia to concealed carry stun guns **except** within their own homes or after having their rights restored by a judge.

2017-07-15 19:42:03 UTC  

This question doesn't pertain to Virginia specifically, but I've heard there are state laws which were created back in the Cold War to protect leftists from getting fired simply for their political affiliations. I'm wondering which states have these laws in case many of us get doxxed at this event.

2017-07-15 20:05:13 UTC  

It's federal statute that prohibits discrimination based on political beliefs.

2017-07-15 20:05:21 UTC  

-in the workplace

2017-07-15 20:06:28 UTC  

The Civil Service Reform Act of 1978 (CSRA)

2017-07-15 20:09:26 UTC  

Now of course that specifically applies to gov't jobs, but almost every state had adopted it to apply to private sector, too. EEOC would know which states don't. Can look there

2017-07-15 21:36:01 UTC  

Anybody know if it's legal to open carry a baton? It looks like it's illegal to cc it

2017-07-15 21:37:57 UTC  

I believe it is legal. Spring-loaded baton is illegal

2017-07-15 21:39:48 UTC  

Gravity is good tho?

2017-07-15 23:58:05 UTC  

@junker many many goys are carrying guns, I see no problem with carrying a billyclub, my question wasn't of optics its of legality

2017-07-16 00:00:26 UTC  

Conceal carry is way different than walking into a crowd with a club, as far as optics go.

2017-07-16 00:28:35 UTC  

Is bear mace acceptable defence in VA law?

2017-07-16 00:31:52 UTC  

I wouldn't use bear mace, get standard OC spray. I personally use Fox Labs.

2017-07-16 00:40:27 UTC  

Gotcba

2017-07-16 00:41:02 UTC  

@Vice Commander Hunt To answer your question regarding batons; Carrying spring-loaded baton is illegal, but other batons are legal. But those batons that are legal I recommend that you open carry them as Virginia law is very vague regarding concealed carry of a baton.

2017-07-16 00:42:42 UTC  

Its best to avoid batons in my opinion, I would just get hardwood dowel (that fits in your hand) from a store and cut it to size.

2017-07-16 00:49:53 UTC  

For a flagpole

2017-07-16 00:50:09 UTC  

32-36 inches is optimal flagpole soze

2017-07-16 02:31:25 UTC  

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2017-07-16 05:08:56 UTC  

anyoene know if burning antifa flags/LGBT pride flags/etc would be legal? or would they get you for arson on a public land

2017-07-16 05:09:00 UTC  

my guess is theyd stop it

2017-07-16 05:30:15 UTC  

You'd get in trouble