Missouri Governor Pardons McCloskey’s on Bogus Weapons Charges

Missouri Gov pardons McCloskey’s on weapons charges

Missouri Governor Mike Parson pardoned Mark and Patricia McCloskey on Tuesday from the bogus charges issued against them by the Democrats, according to reports.

This means that the McCloskeys, both lawyers, will not lose their law licenses or their rights to bear arms.

Last June, Mark and Patricia McCloskey, the St. Louis couple who proudly defended their property and lives from BLM terrorists, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges and agreed to forfeit the firearms they used in their defence last year.

Thegatewaypundit.com reports: A livestream of the militant mob clearly showed they entered through a gate into a private community.

Mr. McCloskey explained during his on-camera interview last year that he announced to the Marxist mob that they were on private property and that’s when they became enraged.

“Somebody forced the gate, and I stood up and announced that this is private property. Go back. I can’t remember in detail anymore. I went inside, I got a rifle. And when they … because as soon as I said this is private property, those words enraged the crowd,” he said.

McClosky said one of the militants pulled out a loaded pistol magazine and clicked them together and said ‘you’re next.’

“We were threatened with our lives, threatened with a house being burned down, my office building being burned down, even our dog’s life being threatened. It was, it was about as bad as it can get,” McCloskey said.

McCloskey believes that the only thing that stopped the crowd from approaching his home was his rifle.