Missouri Attorney General Has Had ENOUGH With The Witch-Hunt — DEMANDS That Charges Against McCloskeys Be Dropped

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On Monday, St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner officially charged Mark and Patricia McCloskey, the two attorneys who pointed firearms at Black Lives Matter protesters who were trespassing on private property, with felony unlawful use of a weapon.

However, this did not sit well at all for Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt who expressed his anger against the witch-hunt and demanded the state drop all charges.

Fox News reports:

Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt on Monday moved to dismiss charges brought by St. Louis’ top prosecutor against a couple who pointed guns at a crowd marching to the mayor’s home last month, Fox News has learned.

“The right to keep and bear arms is given the highest level of protection in our constitution and our laws, including the Castle Doctrine, which provides broad rights to Missourians who are protecting their property and lives from those who wish to do them harm,” Schmitt said in a prepared statement provided to Fox News.

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