I totally agree. I'm calling 911 and praying the good guys get there fast enough.have a safe room and make sure everyone in the house knows what to do, not just you if there are others especially kids, who's going to wrangle them up? At the first sign of trouble, move everyone to said safe room or area - that you'll defend, and seriously just call 911 and report multiple gun shots and that you think someone was shot - and that people are shooting guns all over the place and you fear for you life. IMHO, don't plan on fighting a battle, if you pay taxes for someone else to do it for you.
have some sort of a communication plan with friends, family, and especially anyone in your household. what if things go down and nobody is sure where the dog is, or a child. maybe you have guests and nobody knows where the boys are and trouble show up.
If you told me this time last year I'd be worried about riots in my quiet neighborhood I'd think you were on something. Chances are it will never happen, but if I'm prepared I'll hopefully never have to worry. The difference between riots and a home invasion is they like to burn stuff down vs just breaking in and burning stuff, so the goal may be to keep them away from the house vs dealing with a few inside...hence the vest for mobility. I still think about that baby who died in VA when they burned the house down.