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California State Senator Leland Lee Indicted For Arms Trafficking - He's Anti 2nd Amendment

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This made me giggle a little, that is until I started to ponder the potential motivation(s) behind it.

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He thought he was interviewing for Eric Holder's job.
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That pesky second amendment is seriously cutting into his profits.

 

I'm guessing the Democrat party is trying to remove some of it's ugly warts before the 2016 election.

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If you limit arms for law-abiding  people, you increase your profit dealing arms for criminals. This state senator cannot be the only one working this scam. Check all the other anti-gun legislators.

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He was just trying to set up a Police State somewhere...most Liberals are big proponents of such.

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and his alleged co-conspirator...

 

According to The LA Times, the indictment alleges Yee and "former school board president Keith Jackson."

 

Well Mr. School Board President, let me ask you something, funneling weapons to a rebel Muslim group (as reported)...you think those guns won't be used against schools and kids somewhere?

 

It's the criminal act, using office to influence and twist rules and regulations, publically denounce to increase price; another example of hypocricy in guv'mint. Laws, morals, rules, order for all of you little people; we're the leaders, the privileged, the enlightened - we are entitled to the perks for our slavish service to the Republic and constituents. 

 

It's not a Liberal or Conservative / Dem / Rep issue, these pillars of morality in the Congress can get pretty cozy when they have to throw more money at a failing project and extract it from you as a unified front, reaching across the aisle, compromise and co-operation working for the betterment of all...

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He should have given his money to the MILFs in the strip club instead of the MILFs in the Philippines.

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Yee was a co-sponsor of SB 755, which expanded the "list of crimes that disqualify an individual from firearm ownership."

 

 

I'm guessing that arms trafficking wasn't on that list.

 

the entire process of acquiring them from a Muslim separatist group in the Philippines to bringing them to the United States,

 

He thought that once they arrived here they'd need servicing and redistribution. It was just a plan to provide good paying jobs to americans. What a guy.   :poop:

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this will die down and you will not see much on this after this week.  the democrats are cleaning up some of the bad apples and they know the news reporters will not cover the news long.  most of the charges will be dropped by holders' boys at the ausa office before it is over.  

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If Holder's outfit is telling on a few Democrats right now, how many sheets are they about to roll out on Republicans in Mid October??

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If Holder's outfit is telling on a few Democrats right now, how many sheets are they about to roll out on Republicans in Mid October??

 

Good question. And it's most probably a very strong likelihood.

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