The fact that the oath keepers were mentioned anywhere, in any way, makes me think that it's a witchhunt and homie is probably being made an example of.
That may be. I remember seeing a movie which breaks down and analyzes the federal response to the Branch Davidians in Waco, Texas, and it seems that the feds are most threatened by (and lash out in destructive ways toward) any group that asserts their gun rights. So yes, he may be incurring more government wrath than the average Joe because of his politics. That still does not negate the coincidental possibility that he may in fact be violently misanthropic, or violent toward his family, or violent toward his girlfriend's kids. He shouldn't receive a pass making him immune to scrutiny, simply because some overzealous government bureaucrat with liberal politics cited his political activism in order to justify the agency's removal of their daughter. And in fact, thousands of parents in the U.S. are targeted every day, for similar reasons, by similar agencies, and such agencies target such parents with a far lower threshold of proof than was cited by the agency in this case.
well, if he is a wife beater, a kid beater or whatever, then take his kids cuz of that and leave his beliefs out of it period
when hitler invaded the USSR in 41, churchill, no fan of stalin, said something to the effect of, if hitler invaded hell, he would give the devil a favorable mention in the house of lords.
since THEY, not me, went there, went as far as to say that one reason they were fuckin with him was his association with the oath keepers and the fact he is a gun owner, means, at least to me, THEY are the bad guys, not him.
now if they produce a youtube vid of him slitting a 2 year olds throat and drinking the blood, while at the same time raping a dozen newborn kittens while wiping his ass with the american flag, with 12 of his buddies , 2 police sketch artists, a local news network, and his mom there to confirm his identity, then I MIGHT entertain the thought that the CPS is justified in this case