Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Your Good Deed for the Day

Gun control advocates have a long history of criminal behavior.  Hence, their projection that people not as enlightened as themselves must be about to snap and commit crimes.  Conservapedia has a list of members of Mayors Against Illegal Guns with convictions, indictments, etc.  There are also charming examples such as California State Senator Leland Yee, on the Brady Campaign's Gun Violence Prevention Honor Roll.
Yee was accused of dealing firearms without a license and illegally importing firearms. He was also accused of accepting "tens of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions and cash payments to provide introductions, help a client get a contract, and influence legislation." Yee and his campaign staff allegedly accepted at least $42,800 from undercover FBI agents in exchange for carrying out specific requests. Yee discussed the opportunity for an agent to get weapons worth up to $2.5 million from a Muslim separatist group in the Philippines to bring them to the US. He told the agent, "There's a part of me that wants to be like you. You know how I'm going to be like you? Just be a free agent there."...  On July 1, 2015, Yee pleaded guilty to charges of racketeering.[96] He was sentenced to 5 years in prison on February 24, 2016.[5] 
Other notable gun control criminals include Penn. A-G Kane, put in office by Bloomberg, who pleaded guilty to a felony part way into herb first term.  I also recall reading of a DC gun control advocate charged with possession of a MAC-11 which she intended to use for revenge about the gang that murdered her son.

Gathering up this data, updated with final status on the Illegal Mayors Against Guns members, would make a powerful document for journalists.

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