Monday, January 28, 2013

DC Ignores Gun Laws for The Media Elites

For the second time in as many weeks, the District of Columbia has chosen not to prosecute members of the media who have violated their assault weapons ban. 

The Daily Caller reports
A staffer at left-wing Media Matters for America committed numerous felonies in the District of Columbia and around the country by carrying a firearm to defend the organization’s founder, David Brock, The Daily Caller has learned.
According to a knowledgeable source, multiple firearms used to protect the Media Matters founder were purchased with Brock’s blessing — and apparently with the group’s money.

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Back in December, David Gregory illegally possessed and brandished a banned AR-15 magazine and got off scot free after the Attorney General of the District of Columbia decided it was better to selectively enforce it's pointless gun laws such as the Army veteran and federal employee James Brinkley who was arrested for transporting his unloaded Glock 22 and two 15 round magazines to a shooting range.

Recently, Senator Diane Feinstein raised questions with her show casing of illegally possessed rifles and handguns.  She on numerous occasions would pull out AK-47 variants and AR-15 type rifles to use as props for her failing attempt to ban certain semi-automatic rifles (rifles I might add work exactly the same as your grandfather's revolver--one trigger squeeze fires one bullet).  Once again the capitol police and DC Metro turned a blind eye even adding that the firearms were in police possession.

As Emily Miller writing for the Washington Times puts it: "It is shameful that the politicians running the nation’s capital have sent the clear message that there are two systems of justice in the city -- one for the rich and powerful and one for everyone else."


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