(FiveNation.com)- Remember Mark and Patricia McCloskey? They’re the St. Louis couple who were pictured holding guns and standing their ground outside of their historic mansion home, after far-left Black Lives Matter rioters broke down a gate and marched through their nieghborhood.
The images of the couple went viral, with conservatives praising them for asserting their Second Amendment right to defend themselves with guns, and Democrats suggesting they were threatening “peaceful” protesters.
In video footage published on Monday, the McCloskeys can be seen leaving a building and getting into their vehicle as far-left extremists shouted “Abolish the suburbs!” at them.
“You are terrorists!” the female protester shouted. “No mask! You think pointing guns at protesters is nice? It’s gun? You think you’re cool? Abolish the suburbs!”
These are the people the media said are “peaceful,” by the way. Is it any wonder they chose to defend their home with guns when protesters literally want to abolish the suburbs and see them kicked out of their home?
Mark and Patricia McCloskey got photos of them pointing guns at protesters made into holiday cards pic.twitter.com/co3wyjc4iZ
— Defund 2 Abolish (@314khalea) September 21, 2020
In the video, the McCloskeys can be seen getting into their vehicle, before Mark McCloskey reached into the back of the truck and grabs something. He then hands over what appears to be a holiday card featuring the famous photo of their pair holding guns.
“Patty and Mark McCloskey v. the Mob” the card reads, “June 28, 2020.”
The McCloskeys want you to know that they’re still standing strong.
McCloskeys v. the (Black Lives Matter) Mob. pic.twitter.com/kWwGoNlTLC
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) September 23, 2020
In July, Missouri’s Republican Governor Mike Parson committed to pardoning the couple after they were charged with felony unlawful use of guns.
“I will do everything within the Constitution of the State of Missouri to protect law-abiding citizens and those people are exactly that,” Parson told Sean Hannity. “They are law-abiding citizens, and they’re being attacked frankly by a political process that’s really unfortunate.”