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Title: Attorney Mark McClosky Who Defended Home Against BLM Attackers Eyes U.S. Senate
Post by: Private on 21 April 2021 at 16:26
Attorney who brandished gun at BLM floats U.S. Senate bid
 Mark McCloskey became a national figure by standing up to mob
 April 21, 2021

 Mark McCloskey, the St. Louis lawyer who brandished his assault rifle  at Black Lives Matter protesters as they marched through his  neighborhood, floated a bid for Missouri’s open Senate seat.
“I can confirm that it’s a consideration, yes,” McCloskey told Politico Tuesday evening, adding that he had no official timeline for announcing his decision. He did, however, speak on Saturday at a GOP dinner in Jackson County, with former Gov. Eric Greitens  and Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt in attendance. Both have  already announced their candidacies to succeed Missouri Republican Sen.  Roy Blunt, who announced his retirement in March. McCloskey and his wife, Patricia, gained national attention almost  overnight after waving their guns at protesters as they marched to the  house of former St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson in June 2020. Images of  them standing outside their mansion went viral instantly, and they were  later indicted on charges of evidence tampering and unlawful use of a weapon. Former President Donald Trump came to their defense shortly after, saying that it was “disgraceful” they were facing legal consequences for their actions. The couple later spoke at the Republican National Convention, where they alleged that liberals wanted to “demolish” the suburbs and destroy the Second Amendment.  Whoever wins the Republican primary in 2022 will likely enter the  general election as a favorite, given Missouri’s move to the right in  recent years.
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