The Oath Keepers are awesome. I agree with what they stand for.
I agree. Their beliefs uphold constitutional values. They are all dead on, almost to the point of not needing to be said ... the constitution guarantees all of those things ... except they do need to be said in this day and age because the government has been known to do those very things. I wonder what their ROE is though. They say they wont obey them ... but at what point do you pull the trigger over it? When you see it happening to someone else? Not obeying sounds like nonviolent protest, not allowing them to happen involves force.
I like the idea hopefully they do not go overboard with their right to bear arms.
I agree with the premise of disobeying unconstitutional laws. However, they should not go around acting like an armed militia. They should practice nonviolent protest. Also, @Roodvlees, who said "Why do they get to walk around with huge guns while black people get killed the smallest offense? If the police is not doing a good job, you need to improve the police, not give random people the same power, so they can also abuse it." Please refrain from polluting the social atmosphere of this website with prefabricated, asinine drivel. I could refute your words point by point, but instead I will draw attention to the fact that nothing you said is relevant in any way to the topic of discussion.
Just more armed thugs.
Why do they get to walk around with huge guns while black people get killed the smallest offense? If the police is not doing a good job, you need to improve the police, not give random people the same power, so they can also abuse it.
Their is are courts designed to keep things constitutional, if they have a problem with how things are being done then they can bring them to the court. Only in situations where their are major moral issues involved, should anyone take the law in their own hands. (whether to do something or not to do something) And without anything keeping them in check, they can become a danger to public order, and the effective policing of the laws.