Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Sure. Uh-huh. You bet.

Concerning this post HERE about a hypocrite piece of MSM shit:

An official from the D.C. police told a member of the Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives that David Gregory COULD display a high capacity magazine on "Meet the Press" Sunday ... TMZ has learned.

Well-placed law enforcement sources tell TMZ ... a staffer from "Meet the Press" called ATF before the show aired to inquire about the legality of David holding the empty magazine during a segment on gun control. We're told the ATF person contacted the D.C. police to find out if the District of Columbia -- the place where the show is broadcast -- had a law prohibiting such a display.

Our sources say the D.C. police official informed ATF David could legally show the magazine, provided it was empty. An ATF official then called the staffer from "Meet the Press" to inform them they could use the magazine.

D.C. police released a statement today, saying "NBC contacted the Metropolitan Police Dept. inquiring if they could utilize a high capacity magazine for this segment. NBC was informed that possession of a high capacity magazine is not permissible and the request was denied."

It appears "Meet the Press" may have gotten 2 different answers from law enforcement.

David is currently being investigated for displaying the magazine.
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What I want to know is how come nobody's investigating where he got it, how it was smuggled into DC and just where in the fuck was his Mother-May-I note?

6 comments:

TotC said...

Oh I so hope that Metro DC police say Fuck the Feds and prosecute him, setting up having NRA/SAF/GOA defend his right to keep and bear arms.

CDP said...

Mr. Gregory should have dropped his pants and mooned all 3 viewers. Whoops wardrobe malfunction. I highly doubt there would be an investigation.

Pull out an empty magazine and every liberal nut job on the planet passes out.

Grog said...

Sounds like a lot of CYA after the fact.

Robert Fowler said...

This is going to be a double edged sword for the gun haters. If he's prosecuted, they are going to scream, see the law works. If he's not prosecuted, we gun rights people are going to beat the hater to death with their laws for me but not for thee.

Could get interesting.

RichardR said...

Bullshit.

Firehand said...

Current status seems to be "ATF has no say in this, DC laws do, and he broke them and an active investigation is in progress." Etc.

As to whether they'll actually charge him, we'll see. If they do, the media will collectively crap their pants in indignation; if they don't, can you say suits for 'selective prosecution' and such?