The author of these comments casts Rod Class as a delusional fool and criminal instead of as the freedom-fighting hero and law expert Rod Class sees smiling back at him in his bathroom mirror.
I cannot argue with the carping criticism and I appreciate the work that the author put into making his point that only a fool will pay any attention to legal theories coming from Rod Class.
Beyond doubt, Rod Class has demonstrated incompetence at managing some of his personal legal affairs. It seems axiomatic to conclude that the patriots who heed the legal theories of Rod Class do so at their peril.
Nevertheless, Rod at least tries to study and learn the law, and to stand up for his rights as he sees them, and he generally does it politely. Rod got charged with a crime after capitol police found a hidden weapons cache in his vehicle in a parking lot within the Capitol Zone. Rod pled guilty under intimidation from the prosecutor. His attorney recently won a favorable SCOTUS opinion that a defendant may challenge the constitutionality of the statute he has confessed to violating. Rod believed the 2nd Amendment guarantees his right to possess firearms even in the Capitol Zone.
But I agree with Rod, but I predict that the court will proclaim constitutional the law criminalizing possession of dangerous weapons in the Capitol Zone . For insight into why, read Dr. Edwin Vieira’s analysis of the 2nd Amendment and the people’s militia powers.