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Head of FBI not a fan of Heller

So, he gonna take his agents’ weapons: weapons harm people, and more often than not they harm the people carrying them

10 Responses to “Head of FBI not a fan of Heller”

  1. Ron W Says:

    Oh no, government officials and agents think they are above the law and that they rule over us. Guns are dangerous in the hands of citizens, but not their’s…so they think.

    But guns in the hands of citizens are only a threat to criminals and tyrants and only your enemy wants you disarmed.

  2. retro Says:

    Reminds me of that video from last year (I think) of the DEA agent in a classroom full of kids explaining how he was “the only one in this room professional enough to handle this weapon” just seconds before shooting himself in the foot.

  3. Standard Mischief Says:

    retro Says:

    Reminds me of that video…

    Google “Lee Paige”. He’s immortal now.

  4. Ron W Says:

    I recall seeing that DEA guy firing his weapon–accidentially. But the ineptness of government agents isn’t what bothers me, it’s the arrogant attitudes of their ruling elite masters and the willingness of their minions to carry out their orders instead of the Constitution and Bill of Rights to which they take an oath.

    Google- images–“citizens obeying gun laws” or “consequences of gun control”

  5. wizardpc Says:

    Silly Uncle, agents aren’t people, they’re superheroes. Just ask them.

  6. Justthisguy Says:

    Hmm, I wonder what G. Gordon Liddy would have to say about this. He was an FBI agent, a prosecutor, a juror, a defense attorney, and (proud to be) a criminal, and I think he’s more honest than this Mueller guy.

  7. retro Says:

    Partial TV show transcript: (http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/0604/17/ltm.02.html – scroll down)

    NGUYEN: Now a story of wounded pride. A drug enforcement agent accidentally shot himself in the foot during a demonstration. Embarrassing tape of the incident got out and is circulating on the Internet. Check it out. Oh, oh. He’s OK. He’s OK, is what he’s saying.

    Now Agent Paige is suing the agency and joining us from Orlando, Florida. Agent Lee Paige and his attorney, Ward Meythaler. Thank you for being with us today. We appreciate it.

    Let me start with you, Lee. You’ve been a special agent now, I’m seeing, since 1990. What went wrong there?

    LEE PAIGE, DEA AGENT: Accidental discharge. I’ve done this presentation a number of times, actually over 100 times. And I basically had an accidental discharge, where I thought the weapon was clear and I was about to do a demonstration and taking it apart. And I pulled the trigger and I shot myself. I had an accident.

    *******************************************************

    Accident my ass. Own up, Cowboy – they’re called NEGLIGENT discharges.

  8. DJK Says:

    Where are the stats to back that crap up?

  9. Lyle Says:

    “Where are the stats to back that crap up?”

    There aren’t any. That’s an anti gun mantra from decades ago, when the Old Media had a complete monopoly. They would spout garbage like that and people would parrott it; “Wraaak! Guns are more dangerous to their owners than to criminals. Wraaack!

    “Wraaack! Silent Spring. Wraaack! Population Time Bomb. Wraaack! Make love, not war. Wraaack! ”

    There are a million of them, and they’re recycled constantly.

    In a proper America, anyone stupid enough to say something like that would be fired on the spot. That attitude (and profound ignorance) has no place in public service.

  10. Cactus Jack Says:

    “In a proper America, anyone stupid enough to say something like that would be fired on the spot. That attitude (and profound ignorance) has no place in public service.”

    The “profound ignorance” is easy to explain; Mueller was a lawyer.

    Check this out;
    http://www.newstimes.com/opinion/ci_9760300

    “Now, 217 years after the amendment was ratified, the court has decided you don’t have to be a member of a militia to own a gun.”

    “That has been the accepted interpretation over the centuries, although many states and municipalities have adopted restrictions on ownership and use.”

    That has NOT been the “accepted interpretation” of the second ammendment for 217 years, it’s just what the antis wish it to mean.