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A couple of St. Louis attorneys which met the BLM crowd with a rifle run for the Missouri Senate

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Early in the wave of violent BLM protests in the United States, a married couple of St. Louis lawyers became famous for providing armed resistance to a BLM crowd that broke into private property.

Photos and videos of the incident went viral, and the lawyers themselves were detained, but later released.

Now, from various sources it has become known that the couple is running for the Missouri Senate. Mark and Patricia McCloskey will be the main contenders for incumbent Senator Roy Blunt, who recently announced he will be running for re-election next year.

"I can confirm that it's a consideration, yes," Mark McCloskey told Politico on Tuesday.

The armed incident took place in June last year. It is reported that several dozen activists broke through the gate to reach the house of the mayor of St. Louis, but barefoot lawyers with a rifle and a pistol came out to meet them.

Last fall, the couple was indicted on weapon and evidence-tampering charges. The McCloskey family denies any guilt.

Author: Usa Really