Anti-Gun Nut Goes Full Retard And Attacks Conceal Carry Holder… Doesn’t End Well – Universal Free Press
The paranoid delusions of yet another anti-gun nut was put on full display at a Florida Walmart on Tuesday, when a man legally carrying his firearm was attacked as he was in the parking lot of the store.
Michael Foster apparently caught a glimpse of 62-year-old Clarence Daniels’ holstered firearm that was under his coat and felt the need to take matters into his own hands. Coming up behind Daniels, Foster put him into a choke-hold and wrestled him to the ground, while yelling out, “THIS MAN HAS A GUN!”
While the two men struggled, Daniels yelled back that he had a permit to legally carry his gun. After police arrived on the scene, they quickly learned that Foster didn’t call 911 or alert store security over his concern before he decided to attack the man. Realizing that Daniels posed no threat and was legally carrying his weapon, the officers arrested Foster at the scene, charging him with battery for attacking a law-abiding gun owner.
Obviously, if you’re going to conceal carry you should make sure that your weapon is fully concealed; however, it’s absolutely absurd that a man would tackle someone after seeing someone’s holstered firearm without first assessing the situation or notifying the authorities. Unfortunately, the liberal media is brainwashing people like Foster on a daily basis into believing someone with a firearm is a threat. With an abundance of misinformed idiots out there like Foster, it is better for everyone if these types of situations can be avoided all together.
After Only 115 Days In Office Charlotte Democrat Mayor Arrested, Faces 20 Years In Prison – Gateway Pundit
That didn’t take long…
After only 115 days in office, Democrat Charlotte Mayor Arrested, Faces 20 Years In Prison
Democrat Mayor Patrick D. Cannon is accused of bribery and extortion.
FBI agents on Wednesday arrested the mayor of Charlotte, North Carolina, for allegedly taking tens of thousands of dollars worth of bribes “in exchange for the use of his official position,” the U.S. attorney’s office said.
Patrick D. Cannon, 47, faces federal charges of theft and bribery concerning programs receiving federal funds, honest services wire fraud and extortion under color of official right, according to a press release from U.S. Attorney Anne Tompkins of western North Carolina.
The Charlotte mayor’s office declined a CNN request for comment. However, CNN obtained a copy of Cannon’s resignation letter, sent to City of Charlotte Manager Ron Carlee and City Attorney Bob Hagemann.
“I hereby give notice of my resignation from the position of the Mayor of the City of Charlotte, effective immediately. In light of the charges that have been brought against me, it is my judgment that the pendency of these charges will create too much of a distraction for the business of the City to go forward smoothly and without interruption,” Cannon wrote in the letter.
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Stacy McCain, pervert, and Crimson Tide fan, is all over this one!
Was something kinky happening in the rectory of a Catholic church in Springfield, Illinois? That would seem to be the implication of this story:
The pastor of St. Aloysius church on Springfield’s north end has been granted a leave of absence after he called 911 from the rectory and told a dispatcher that he needed help getting out of handcuffs.
“I’m going to need help getting out before this becomes a medical emergency,” Father Tom Donovan told a dispatcher who sounds a bit incredulous during the Nov. 28 call.
“You’re stuck in a pair of handcuffs?” the dispatcher asks.
“(I was) playing with them and I need help getting out,” Donovan responds.
Donovan told the dispatcher that he was alone in the rectory. It’s not clear exactly how he ended up in handcuffs or why he feared a medical emergency. His voice sounds garbled or muffled on the tape, and sources say that police discovered some sort of gag on the priest when they arrived.
Exit question. Is a handcuffed priest symbolic of what the Bama defense will do to Notre Dame’s offense?