Mark McCloskey, St. Louis Man Who Defended Home from BLM, Announces Run for U.S. Senate in Missouri

A St. Louis attorney who famously defended his home from Black Lives Matter protesters who broke into his neighborhood announced his bid for U.S. Senate on Tuesday, telling “Tucker Carlson Tonight” he will defend Missourians the same way he defended his wife and family. Mark McCloskey, who alongside wife Patricia, was pictured last year wielding a rifle and a handgun respectively when Black Lives Matter demonstrators ingressed toward their property, told host Tucker Carlson that the confrontation may have been a message in itself. “God came knocking on my door disguised as an angry mob. It really did wake me up,” he said. 

A total lie that this man just randomly pointed his gun at protestors when they literally opened up a gate to walk on his property.

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