I told you all earlier that I am through feeling sorry for Gabby Giffords and her suffering hubby Mark Kelly. I said I refuse to have sympathy for people who use tragedy to club me over the head, and use their victimhood as an elitist attempt to gain the moral high ground, as they work to destroy your rights. I stand by that statement.
But now, I will add that I feel nothing but disdain for Mark Kelly. Not only is he an elitist gun-grabber, but he’s also a hypocrite.
As he has done in pro-gun control testimony before the U.S. Congress in recent months, Kelly voiced support for this Democrat-led push for more gun control. He intimated that the gun control push could keep us all safer by keeping “dangerous people” from getting guns.
Ironically, on March 5–the day after giving his pro-gun control testimony in Col.–Kelly purchased a 1911-style semi-automatic pistol and an “assault rifle” at Diamondback Police Supply in Tucson, AZ.
Witnesses in the store claim he also bought “high capacity” magazines.
So the day after he paraded his wife on the gun control stage like an accordion player’s monkey in support of a ban on “assault” weapons, high-capacity magazines and a whole host of other worthless, rights-destroying measures, Mark Kelly went out and purchased the very guns he has testified in favor of banning.
I guess he wanted to get his before they were banned?
No. Apparently after he bought the gun, Kelly decided to post on his Facebook that the purchase was an “impulse buy,” and that he was going to donate the rifle to the Tucson PD.
Yeah, interesting. This jerkoff bought the rifle on March 5. Then a few days later – on March 8 – he posts on his Facebook wall that he’ll donate the rifle?
Sounds to me like a few days after the buy, the lying hypocrite realized he was a public figure and that he couldn’t hide this purchase, so he took to social media to make himself seem less disgusting.
Mark Kelly – you have no honor, you have no courage, and you have no integrity. You are a lying hypocrite, who is using his injured wife to push an onerous political agenda.
I’m betting you run for political office soon, and I’m betting you use your wife and the consequent political advocacy to make yourself seem legitimate in the eyes of the voters.