Stand with Steven Baca


In the event you help the Second Modification, oppose mob anarchy and reject the monumental insanity gripping America, then you definately stand with Steven Baca.

You probably have been outraged by the persecution and prosecution of courageous patriots throughout the nation defending their properties, their households, our downtowns, our nationwide heritage and historical past—just like the armed St. Louis couple, or the armed pregnant Michigan mom, or the armed residents within the Fishtown suburb of Philadelphia, Boise, Idaho, and Provo, Utah, going through down the saboteurs of civil order, then you definately stand with Steven Baca.

On June 15, Steven and several other different pals and neighbors gathered peacefully at Tiguex Park in Albuquerque, New Mexico, to guard a statue of Spanish conquistador Juan de Onate focused by agitators recognized as Black Lives Matter protesters. What does Onate need to do with St. George Floyd or any of the opposite shoppers of race hustler Benjamin Crump? Nothing. The coordinated violence and chaos unleashed by a poisonous convergence of BLM, antifa, jobless faculty college students and garden-variety cop-haters don’t have anything to do with black lives. Or with “justice.” Or police brutality. Or equality.

It’s all about making a living, securing energy and reimagining this nation by eradicating each vestige of the settlers, pioneers, colonizers and founders who made America America.

Esther Rivera, a 14th-generation combined Hispanic and Native American grandmother from Albuquerque, confirmed as much as guard the memorial. “I wasn’t there to protest,” she advised me: “I used to be there to hope for peace and the preservation of those statues and preservation of historic artwork… If we begin pulling these down and renaming buildings and burning books, that’s fascism.”

In the course of the melee at Tiguex Park, as agitators wielded pickaxes and strapped chains to the Onate statue, a number of belligerent ladies verbally assaulted Rivera. Some screamed falsely that she was a cop, stirring anger among the many cop-hating BLM mobsters. In a number of videos of the toppling of the Onate statue, at the least two of the thuggish protesters may be seen laying palms on Rivera. She advised me one lady tried to steal her telephone. As she was pushed to the bottom, Baca tried to rescue her. A swarm of ladies blocked Baca and a number of movies present him making an attempt to peel the ladies off of him and Rivera. He was a defender, not an aggressor.

Then the scene turned uglier. Because the savages ripped the statue from its pedestal, unidentified assailants screamed falsely that Baca was a cop. “I’m gonna f—ing kill you,” one other yelled. Baca may be seen retreating from the group, separated from Rivera. He bumped into the road, the place a number of rioters beat him within the head and physique with a big longboard and different unidentified objects. A minimum of one video seems to indicate an assailant wielding a switchblade or knife.

That’s when Baca drew his weapon and fired a number of pictures at his attackers. Initially charged with felony aggravated battery with a lethal weapon, Baca was held in jail for per week earlier than the Bernalillo County district legal professional Raul Torrez dropped that charge.

Baca’s justified self-defense is apparent as day to anybody who watches the movies.


Right here’s the factor: This story is much from over. Baca nonetheless faces potential reintroduction of the felony weapons cost, in addition to aggravated battery prices involving three ladies—none of whom have come ahead, none of whom the D.A. has situated and all of whom may be seen on digicam laying palms on Baca and Rivera first.

Right here’s one other factor you might want to know: Torrez isn’t just any run-of-the-mill D.A. He’s considered one of dozens of George Soros-subsidized subversives who may put “social justice” above equal justice. A Soros entrance group known as the “New Mexico Security & Justice” PAC—pro-criminal, pro-rioter, anti-cop, anti-Second Modification—dumped more than $107,000 into Torrez’s marketing campaign in 2016.

Tim Keller, the Albuquerque mayor who has spent the previous eight weeks pandering to BLM, defamed Baca because the agitator. The pinnacle of the police union, nevertheless, condemned metropolis leaders for creating an “operations plan” that tied the palms of cops, who had been “spat upon” and had rocks thrown at them as they tried to safe the riot and crime scene.

I had the privilege of assembly Steven this Independence Day weekend. He’s a gentle soul, overwhelmed by his predicament however grateful for the outpouring of grassroots help. “We now have to attend for the district legal professional to finish the investigation. We have no idea how lengthy this may take,” he advised me. “I stand able to have my conduct and the conduct of others on the protest totally and totally reviewed.”

In the event you stand with Steven Baca, I’ve created a crowdfunding marketing campaign you could donate to at: .

This isn’t only one statue and one armed American’s freedom at stake. In the event you imagine within the sacred proper of self-defense and the sovereignty of our nation, then we’re all Steven Baca now.


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