New Bill Would Require Texans to Retreat From Attacks, Ban Deadly Force to Protect Property

THE red RUSSIAN NON SEMITIC MONGOLIAN MONGREL KHAZARIAN REJECT OUTCAST INVADERS OF THE OCCUPIED Republic of Texas FROM THE STEPPES OF RUSSIA WANT THE INDIGENOUS PEOPLE THEY ARE GENOCIDING (HOLOCAUSTING) TO BE UNARMED AND UNABLE TO FIGHT BACK.

JUST LIKE THE SEMITIC INDIGENOUS PALESTINIANS THE INVADING SPECIS ARE GENOCIDING IN THE SEMITIC INDIGENOUS PALESTINIANS OWN ANCESTRAL HOME LAND!

F##K THE RED RUSSIANS, F##K THE OCCUPIERS”RULES”.

GOD’S LAW OUTRANKS mans rules.

TEXICANS HAVE TO RIGHT TO BEAT THE HELL OUT OF, KILL IN SELF DEFENSE  ANY ASS HOLE TRIES TO STEAL FROM THEM/ HARM THEM OR THEIR FAMILY IN ANY WAY.

ANYONE SAYS OTHERWISE IS AN EVIL ANTI-HUMANITY ASS HOLE AND PISSING IN THE FACE OF GOD HIMSELF.

I STAND WITH GOD’S LAWS.

TO HELL WITH man’s rules.

The ole dog!

LONE STAR GUN RIGHTS IS ALERTING Texans to a bill pre-filed by Texas Rep. Terry Meza; HB 196: AN ACT relating to the use of deadly force in defense of a person or property. Per LSGR:

…a very worrying piece of legislation was introduced by Irving State Representative Terry Meza. HB 196 seeks to repeal the Castle Doctrine, preventing a homeowner from using firearms to defend their property.

Yes and no. The bill does strike “robbery, or aggravated robbery” from the list of things one can use deadly force against in Sections 9.32(a)(3)(B). But the use of deadly force — and not just with a firearm — to prevent the loss of “tangible, movable property” is left intact in Section 9.41.

Now, in my own state one cannot use deadly force to prevent a theft, but nonlethal force is permissible. And if a criminal is stupid enough to escalate the situation by assaulting you in order to complete the theft, deadly force would then be on the table. That’s also the case in Texas under Section 9.31. So I don’t think that would be too great a problem in of of itself, other than the precedent of restricting rights.

The problem is that HB 196 would also do something else, something problematic. Texas has no duty for victims to retreat. This bill would require a victim to attempt to retreat in the face of an attacker before using deadly force, except when you are in your own home(Section 9.31(c)). This eliminates so-called stand your ground protection.

I call duty to retreat Faster Than A Speeding Bullet, because if your attacker is armed with a firearm, that’s how fast you would have to be for a retreat to work.

Texans should read LGSR’s entire alert for a list of other bad Dem-sponsored 2A infringements.

Author: John C Carleton

Native Texican, American by Birth, Southern by the Grace of God.

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