Friday, March 21, 2014

The Continuing Saga of Mark Kessler, Disgraced Former Police Chief

Baldr Odinson

First off, Mark Kessler is still entitling his Facebook page as "Chief Mark Kessler" despite being terminated.

Second, he's announced may be moving to Texas to be with his III% buddies to help them "secede from the union."  What a "patriot!"

Quote from his page:

"Well ticket for Texas is purchased, with any luck I won't return ! So wish me luck! Going to start a fund page, where anyone can donate to help move my family to Texas permanently , we will be starting from scratch, but it's time to move to a truly American state, and hopefully the first to secede from the union! now that would be epic , I would be on the front lines for that one!"

My guess is that he's basically been driven out of his little town, seeing as how he's embarrassed them so.


  1. These millions who want to secede, should just leave the country. They refuse to work through the channels the founders set up for peaceful, legal change within our constitutional republic. They want to force change outside the law. That is the definition of a criminal.

  2. Well... Assuming the issue of the secession of Texas came up before the United States Congress and there was a quorum present, it would still take a two thirds majority in both houses to amend the constitution to allow Texas to secede. I find it difficult to believe that even the representatives and senators from Texas would vote for such a huge mistake no matter how much they might enjoy talking about it.

    What could be more un-American than choosing to secede from the Union? Yet the less savory political elements of the Southern States and a certain really stupid police chief from Pennsylvania continue to romanticize this untenable position.

    1. Why would the constitution need to be amended? It doesn't say that once states join they cannot leave, and the idea of secession was pretty widespread before the Civil War--many states had threatened it at one point or another--both north and south. It seems logical that any political body joining a larger union should be able to withdraw from such if it finds that its goals do not align with those of the other members.

    2. Fine, let them secede. Cut them off from ANY federal help and let them fend for themselves. They will be begging to be allowed back in the union, and we should deny them reentry.

    3. Anon: Duh. Of course you cut them off--they've withdrawn from membership and don't get the perks anymore--have to deal with the US as any other foreign entity.

    4. They will find the economics of running their new country rather difficult without the help of being a member of a multiple State union. I'd love to see it happen just to prove that point. Especially the States who have threatened secession, they receive more federal money than most States.

  3. I love the United States of America. I would never wish in a million years that my state should secede. It's more of a belief system, a point of honor, loyalty, than a constitutional argument or discussion.

    I would enjoy seeing Texas try to secede. That would be a laugh and a half.

  4. Hmm . . . I just don't know what to make of this (excerpt):

    Kessler, who infamously made online videos insulting liberals and firing his gun, claimed that the federal government put him up to making the videos in order to attract “the worst of the worst” and said the videos even led to arrests of “lone wolf” terrorists. Read some of it below and see if you believe him!

    KESSLER: I signed up with those agencies, several different agencies and began an operation where I was just a magnet. I was sent out there to attract the worst of the worst and frankly it worked.
    COLMES: You were sent out by whom?
    KESSLER: I was sent out for, well I can’t really say exactly who but, I was sent out by agencies to go out and attract and investigate, whatever I can do to find out who’s who and what’s what among these groups. When I say groups, I’m talking about Second Amendment groups, patriot groups, alleged patriot groups, militia groups.

    Very strange, if true. Actually, if it's not true, it's still a very strange lie to make up.