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    • Why would a police force need an MRAP? I understand a slightly armored vehicle for gang wars, but not a Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle for anything
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    • remember kids, military vehicles dont need keys
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    • It's not being a conspiratorial nutjob not to trust the government. They're not full of some high intelligent, wiser than the average person type of people. They're knowledgeable and some things but God they're not these great strategist that know so much that they what they do is just.
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    • Because the People out number them 5,000 to 1. They feel that show of force will keep the sheep in fear of the sheepdog. But if whatever they're allowed to have, WE should be allowed to have. "Arms" was intentionally vague in the second amendment, because it encompasses ALL armament.
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    • Yes but is it thermite proof
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    • What the fuck I'm in a combat engineer unit of the national guard and all get is Humvees with plastic doors and police get a fucking MRAP!?!!?
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    • waco pissd me off and made me hate government officials
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    • Did ifunny ban the term we've been using for the 2nd civil war? Wtf
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    • To bad most cops aren't Military or they wouldn't be standing for this bullshit, remember how Hong Kong set one of those on fire with molotovs?
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    • Since everybody is starting to trust the government less you should look up an investigative journalist named Gary Webb who shot himself 2 times in the head and they said it was suicide he was doing reports on the cia buying cocaine from rebel forces in Nicaragua if I remember right
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    • Lmao my fucking transportation unit in the reserve gets shitty ass vehicles but the cops have an MRAP? Love that we value cops who don’t need it over us
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    • Letting police buy military surplus has been a problem for years. Police forces get these giant new toys like weapons and tanks and want to justify using them, so they are more likely to have an overexaggerated response to pretty much any call. People have died due to negligent use of it too
      Cthulu120 12 may
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    • I understand an apc kind of thing. But a straight up mine resistant ambush protected vehicle is a little much
      dlahm17 12 may
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    • The police should not have access to military grade vehicles. That's a bad sign when it comes to our benevolent overlords opinion on our freedoms.
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    • Retards say that this lockdown shit isn’t tyranny
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    • They use these because the people of texas are armed to the fucking teeth. The dude on the other side could fire rounds from a rifle bigger than your hand. Id be that protected too, especially knowing that they’re more than willing to put you in the ground on sight
      Ari_Mach 12 may
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    • “For the security of a free state “ “well regulated militia “
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    • Everybody's rooting for Waco without realizing that the Branch Davidians were a ped/op/hile murder cult who was stockpiling bombs and illegal weapons to use on other people
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    • Thermite can be made by mixing 50-50 red iron or rusty iron, and aluminum powder(you can grind or shave). The hard part with it is lighting, for all the anarchist out there, you’ll need magnesium wire or a electric heating element able to produce temps of 500 degrees. Can be packed into a h2o bottle
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    • Well this is misleading. They didn't show up just because of the bar opening. There was a protest going on there, and a lot of the protestors had guns like AR15s. I know Texas is open carry, however, now we are getting closer as to why this force was used and it's looking a bit less silly now
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    • How about: We demilitarize the police AND you motherfuckers listen because its for a good cause
      maxjk0 12 may
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    • Welcome to the police force becoming militarized over the last 15 years. Thank you 9/11 and how badly fucked up the mindset of this country. The terrorists won.
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    • Waco thing was literally an extremist cult btw...stockpiling weapons and abusing kids.
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    • The 2nd amendment activists were within legal distance of the bar. They violated no laws. Only blood of those tyrant cops can quench the tree of liberty. #NeverForgive
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    • Why does our police have military equipment?
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    • It’s funny how this is a legitimate military vehicle, not just a camo Jeep that’s diesel. Military vehicles come with al these kickin ass shit, MRAPs are probably the most identical to a fucking Nukeproof turtle in the world, The hull is like 6 inches thick and the glass is about 4 inches thick
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    • Don’t get me wrong, if I could buy an MRAP I would in a heart beat, but why tf does a POLICE FORCE have an mrap??? Like it’s not even from the swat department, wtf
      snake8320 12 may
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    • Levi_USMC 12 may
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    • Except that the us military actually did take part in the Waco Siege. And the "group trying to open a bar" was actually a fucking cult accused of molesting little kids and stockpiling weapons. Your dumbasses need to fucking read instead of assuming that every rebellious fuck is a "hero".
      JewManG 14 may
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    • Obama gave the police departments the ability to buy surplus military equipment even though they don’t have the training or the background to use that equipment
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    • i am pretty skeptical because i am hearing from a post on ifunny
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    • My brother was one of the ones who got arrested. XD
      samibu 12 may
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    • For all you guys wondering “why do police have useless military vehicles?” It’s because they get them cheap from the military, since their often one of the only buyers for old things like MRAPS.
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    • Why the fuck does a sherriff's department need a fucking mrap, how many hajies are in nowhere Texas?
      BADGER 12 may
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    • 2.5%. Literally, all it would is 2.5% of the country's population to make the government our bitch
      Lennny 12 may
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    • Thermite time?
      _WAR 12 may
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    • A good coo just got fired and black balled.
      ECHO5ECHO 12 may
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    • Fuck the government
      Arrrrgh 12 may
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    • Yeah you can blame that on police militarization. This is the same kinda issue with county and local police departments. DoD and DHS dropped in tons of funding for military equipment purchases. So you have officers with little accountability and little reason for using such powerful weapons.
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    • They didn't send a SWAT team because the bar reopened. They sent one because of the armed protesters there who caused trouble.
      The_Truth 12 may
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    • What happened in Waco
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    • Never been so disappointed at my state so much....
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    • We've been trying to bring up the militarization of police in America, but people just wanted to say "Blue Lives Matter". No shit, but they don't need old military gear to police.
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    • If only America didn’t heavily militarized during the Cold War and instead of calm down or sell said items, they instead give them to police for overuse and cost tax payers millions for each pointless raid.
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    • There is no such thing a safe. Take it from a vet. Nothing is safe.
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    • Yeah but that bar had an armed militia in front of it guarding it with ar-15s. They had to show force with them just in case.
      jwilmas 14 may
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    • They have to get clearance to borrow that stuff for the department. No one would put the time and their career on the line by asking for that kind of equipment unless they felt it was necessary. I bet if you google it, it’ll say they had illegal firearms, a meth lab, or sketchy internet paper trail.
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    • Any of you assholes seriously telling me if you had a tank you could only use for “dangerous circumstances” you aren’t gonna make up a bs excuse to use it
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    • IFunny banned b00g@loo? Wtf. This app is so broken
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    • All y’all asking why cops need this. This is the result of the war on drug5. Any small town police department that pledges to fight drugs get all kinds of funding, gear, and equipment. That’s why cops drive around with tactical gear in their cars and are ready for any raid at 3am at a house (1/2)
      Bansheee 12 may
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    • As someone who lives 5 minutes away from the bar, this information is very misleading
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    • He forgot to mention the 6 men with rifles and body armor that were at her bar. I don’t have a problem with open-carrying any kind of gun, but apparently the way in which they were doing it was in violation of the law. There were also sources stating there was a standoff or something.
      sANTa__ 12 may
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    • Remember kids if your local police have access to heavy duty top of the line military hardware it’s time to learn how to make a pipe bomb
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    • Police need a lot of their power stripped before its too late
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    • I want an MRAP quite badly
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    • American citizen: Buys military grade gear and guns to intimidate the government... Police departments: Do the exact same thing in order to protect themselves 1/2
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    • Ditto626 12 may
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    • Damn cops sent a hellfire missile at me because I went ten over the limit
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    • How’s that thing hold up against a revolutionary war era cannon?
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    • This tweet leaves out the part about how 6 men armed with ar15s guarded the business when police went to try and shut it down initially without making a huge deal of it, they were enforcing a policy that Greg Abbott remains in full support of and he is slowly working on reopening
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    • And those dumb bitches just surrendered, showing one thing only the government owns us.
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    • Well, a thing called history would say that most law enforcement wouldn’t be tactically armed if it weren’t for two individuals in North Hollywood wood. I don’t endorse it, but you know cause and effect kids.
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    • Mine resistant ambush protected vehicle.
      oman2319 13 may
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    • A yt channel named Optimus made a video on a sting setup over what authorities THOUGHT was weed
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    • The show downplays it, it wasn’t just some hothead cops, it’s the whole apparatus of state. Plus, at Ruby Ridge, that sniper knew what he was aiming at.
      hueyUO 12 may
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    • All yall bitching "why do the police have these" easy for protection from dumbasses and because the government was selling them on the cheap. Like really cheap
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    • Didn’t the cult leader at Waco shag a 14 year old?
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    • Why were they in trouble for opening a bar?
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    • Y’all niggas ain’t slick, that’s the next call of duty moderwarfare map, and a loadout drop box.
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    • There had to be more sketchy n shady stuff to be raided
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    • A major problem is that cops openly hate and despise the people who live in the communities they serve. My dad (a cop) will come home and talk about the “degenerates” and “human scum” he interacts with and like yeah some people suck but jeez why are you a cop then
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    • I grew up in texas, I had an old professor who's dad was an FBI agent heavily involved in Waco. He didnt go into details but he said his father always had a hard time dealing with the misinformation of what actually went on.
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    • 2 different agencies, one is federal, one is state
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    • Boog
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    • I want one of those
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    • The police claimed they were suicidal but everyone seems suicidal to police and government when they become undesirable. People were walking away from the Waco storehouse freely claiming no abuse and no foul dealings including men women and children.
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    • They just banned a bunch of weapons in Cananida. Don't come after mine! MURICA!
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    • MRAP vs. Soviet SG43
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    • And sent a salon owner to jail for trying work. Isn’t it funny the people who sentenced her were WORKING to sentence her for wanting to WORK!
      CapnPunch 16 may
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    • Waco needed to be raided but not like that. They caused the deaths of even the children they were originally doing it to save.
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    • Fucking psycho its time to rise up Guys, police are getting WAAAAY too much fucking power.
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    • You guys weren’t complaining about that vehicle during hurricane harvey
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    • to be fair, freaking out over an MRAP is the same as freaking out over a “tactical assault rifle” over a wooden stock rifle, it’s just looks, there’s no heavy machine gun
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    • No, they sent an MRAP and a SWAT team to shut down armed vigilantes keeping it open
      Ekuland 12 may
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    • Tf is Waco
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    • Revolution time
      t1tties 12 may
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    • Riots tend to have the rioters heavily outnumber the riot control. The control go into lineups and wear scary ass gear just to worry people.
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    • Dude it’s Texas the bartender prob has a 50 cal and a standing army
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    • Bars can’t open yet. Get it, now?
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    • When it comes to protecting citizens, it’s not about being fair or giving them a chance. I don’t care if someone’s armed with a spiked dildo and fire crackers, I’m showing up with the heaviest artillery I can find to ensure the safety of innocents. Maybe not in this case specifically, but in general
      Foosky 14 may
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    • Mine-resistant ambush protected I googled it
      Nosyt 14 may
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    • MBRAP
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    • Molotovs beat armor :)
      Division 13 may
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    • Ngl, if I had that bad boy sitting around in a garage I would be hankering to break it out too...
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    • Whats waco
      B_R_U_H 12 may
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    • bigdickrick420
      Fuck our tyrannical government and fuck the red coats known as the police
      bigdickrick420 12 may
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