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One set of rules for thee, another for us liberal elites…

Remember David Gregory violating the D.C. gun ban and showing an illegal clip that has sent countless other people to jail on TV? Well, apparently these laws that apply to common citizens do not apply to the liberal elites.

BC’s David Gregory is off the hook for showing a high-capacity gun magazine on “Meet the Press” and will not be prosecuted, D.C.’s attorney general announced on Friday.

D.C. attorney general Irvin Nathan on Friday said he would decline to prosecute in the case involving the Sunday show host and any NBC staffers. In a letter to NBC’s attorney Lee Levine, Nathan wrote that after reviewing the matter, his office “has determined to exercise its prosecutorial discretion to decline to bring criminal charges against Mr. Gregory, who has no criminal record, or any other NBC employee based on the events associated” with the broadcast.

This is par for the course. The left wants more laws so they can stick it to us law abiding citizens. They are above these laws. Be it taxes or gun control, they have these laws to screw over us. They are above them. That guy that was behind Fast & Furious, and now wants to disarm law abiding citizens? Well that guy, just signed a bill to give himself a lifetime protection, by armed men, at the tax payer’s expense. To get some perspective on Obama getting armed protection for life, remember that this same Obama opposed gun ban exception that would allow people to defend their home. You and I can go suck an egg. Especially when Obama sends his goons over to remind us of our station.

It doesn’t stop there either. Harry Reid will get away with law breaking too, not because he is innocent, but because he is above the law. They are all above the law. You and me? We are their serfs. And we should know our place! These people are scum. We let them disarm us, we deserve the tyrannical government they will immideately provide us with.

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  1. Seattle Outcast says:

    At a minimum he should spend 90 days in a maximum security prison as someone’s bitch. After he’s been gang-raped a few times and left for dead with a shiv in his kidney he’ll pull his head out of his ass and stop being a complete fucking tool.

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  2. Thrill says:

    And so the lesson learned, after all is said and done, is that high-capacity magazines aren’t really that dangerous.

    Thanks, David Gregory!

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  3. HARLEY says:

    Tath was a standard capacity mag, it is the mag that is issued with the rifle. a High capacity mag woudl be like the 120 rnd Drum i have for mine.

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  4. HARLEY says:

    We need a Million MAg March in D.C……

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  5. Mississippi Yankee says:

    The whole Dick Gregory fiasco is just further proof that this Justice dept, and by extension the DC police, really are out of their depth (punching above their weight class to use the common vernacular).

    By not slapping little Dickie on the hand they have left themselves open to numerous allegation, from turning a blind eye on the privileged class right on up to obstruction on justice. Just one more in a very long list of rookie moves the administration has made in the past four years.

    Gregory’s crime, and it was a local crime, was only a misdemeanor. A fine (the max here was only $1000) and a public apology would have silenced all of us and this would have become a non-issue. But naked arrogance has ruled the day once again.
    Best case scenario is that this incident has opened some eyes to what our nation of laws has become.

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  6. HARLEY says:

    in new york there was a simular incident …http:// http://legalinsurrection.com/2013/01/injured-special-forces-soldier-arrested-in-upstate-ny-for-possession-of-high-capacity-ammunition-magazines/

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  7. Hal_10000 says:

    Hidden due to low comment rating. Click here to see.

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  8. Mississippi Yankee says:

    I’ll probably be the only person here who agrees with the decision.

    Well I can only wonder how Mr. Brinkley now of the U S Marshals Service feels.

    Mr. Brinkley’s story is just one example of at least 105 individuals who, unlike Mr. Gregory, were arrested in 2012 for having a magazine that can hold more than 10 rounds.

    Mr. Brinkley called MPD in advance for guidance on how he could do this legally. Mr. Brinkley was told that the gun had to be unloaded and locked in the trunk, and he couldn’t park the car and walk around.

    Please read this man’s story. And then lecture us all about how “rule of law” should be superseded by intent of law.

    D.C. prosecutes ordinary Americans for ‘high-capacity’ magazines

    (that might very well have ended with the grand jury refusing to indict or a jury not convicting him).

    It has been established that this was a misdemeanor so there wouldn’t have been a jury involved. That is unless Dickie-boy intended to use the “are you gonna believe me or your lying eyes defense”.
    Yes please tell us why what appears to be preferential treatment for an Obama cheerleader was the correct thing to do. Even tho he was told by MPD that he would be in violation of the law if he possessed a magazine holding over 10 rounds.

    He’s a liberal! He’s a journalist! So even though the law is stupid and he didn’t break the intent of the law,

    But he DID break the intent of the law because he was forewarned not to display this

    illegal

    magazine. Why was he treated differently than the other 105 people broke this “stupid” law (your word not mine)?

    The remainder of your sentence.

    let’s cheer for him to be raped!

    This is typical whiny, disingenuously showing of your vagina in public. Did you get a thrill up your leg while you were trying to impress the frat ‘bois’? MSNBC just might have a place for you yet Hal. But ya gotta get your own schtick, riding on Matthews and Shultz’ coat tails will take you just so far. The vagina thing may work… I don’t think Maddow uses hers much.

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  9. Hal_10000 says:

    Read before you link, MY. Here’s more detail: http://www.washingtontimes.com/blog/guns/2013/jan/11/miller-david-gregory-gets-scott-free/

    The magazine charge was in addition to an unregistered firearm charge, something Gregory was not charged with. In fact, the wording of the WT article indicates that all 105 were “in addition to” charges. Find a case where someone was charged just for having a magazine.

    Also, the prosecutors were going to give Brinkley a pass on the clips charge.

    D.C. Assistant Attorney General Rachel Bohlen offered Mr. Brinkley a deal to plead guilty to possession of an unregistered firearm in return for unsupervised probation. He refused to falsely admit guilt.

    And … uh … the charges were dismissed by a judge. And of the 105 people arrested under the provision, 90 were not charged.

    So apart from Brinkley’s case being completely different and the charge having been dismissed, the comparison is completely apt.

    But he’s a liberal!

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  10. Biggie G says:

    At a minimum he should spend 90 days in a maximum security prison as someone’s bitch.

    You know, for someone who shows nothing but utter disdain for the police, you sure want to give them a lot of power to round people up for their share of the ass-raping.

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  11. AlexInCT says:

    I’ll probably be the only person here who agrees with the decision. I think the response here is being driven by a dislike for Gregory.

    Countless decent and good people, including some in the military, have been screwed over by the fuckwad AG in DC. DC is currently in violation of a SCOTUS rulling and still punishing people for trying to protect themselves.

    The issue here Hal is not whether Gregory needed to be punished or not, but that the left arbitrarily enforces laws, especially when it is one of them on the hook. You can ignore that all you want, but that is where we are today: we no longer are a nation of laws.

    Corazine vs. Madoff. Pelosi, Feinstein, Rangel, Reid, and so on vs. Cunningham or Abrahmov. Boosh was evil for doing less uncnstitutional shit than Obama. And so on. The problem isn’t just the double standard anymore, but that the legal system is corrupted and totally partisan. And then, we suddenly have these saame people wanting to disarm the law abiding citizens. For the serf’s own good, of course…

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  12. HARLEY says:

    The Law should not be on the books in the first place….

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  13. Hal_10000 says:

    The Law should not be on the books in the first place….

    Exactly.

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  14. Mississippi Yankee says:

    And … uh … the charges were dismissed by a judge. And of the 105 people arrested under the provision, 90 were not charged.

    Yes and in every case these 91 people were forced to spent time and treasure to clear their names. They were arrested! Was the presstitute Gregory arrested?

    Also, the prosecutors were going to give Brinkley a pass on the clips charge.

    D.C. Assistant Attorney General Rachel Bohlen offered Mr. Brinkley a deal to plead guilty to possession of an unregistered firearm in return for unsupervised probation.

    He refused to falsely admit guilt

    .

    Mr.Brinkley had a legally owned firearm, the whole point of him contacting MPD in the first place was to find out HOW he could legally carry this firearm to the U S Marshals shooting range. His “unregistered firearm” charge was the result of it not being registered in the federal enclave of DC.

    Mr. Gregory was specifically told NOT to display that 30 rnd mag. Mr. Brinkley was specifically told HOW to carry his piston thru Washington DC. Yet the Metropolitan police arrested the man that followed their instructions while one of the media elite was given a total pass.

    The Law should not be on the books in the first place….

    Exactly.

    The fact is that “coulds, shoulda, woulda” doesn’t apply here. The law IS on the books. Why you feel it needs to be selectively used yet never mentioning any thought about having it amended or removed says volumes about your integrity.

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  15. AlexInCT says:

    Exactly.

    So now we give them a pass, because they decided not to enforce it whe one of their own violated it, for a law they screwed many others over with? Check!

    See, if they repealed the stupid thing and nobody else got hammered with it, I would not be bothered. The problem is that as soon as nobody is paying attention, they will be right back at it fucking over the people they don’t like or whom aren’t connected, and giving passes to those that are part of the club. Andte problem doesn’t end with the DC courts. This rot goes all the way up to the DOJ and has became the norm some 4 years ago.

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  16. InsipiD says:

    This rot goes all the way up to the DOJ and has became the norm some 4 years ago.

    Don’t you mean 40?

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  17. HARLEY says:

    Yes and in every case these 91 people were forced to spent time and treasure to clear their names. They were arrested! Was the presstitute Gregory arrested?

    Yes. At teh very lest that dip-wad should have been forced to do what these other citizens had to do , get arrested, booked, and spend their money, just because he had in his possession a piece of stamped steel, and coiled spring.

    He got preferential treatment….

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  18. Mississippi Yankee says:

    He got preferential treatment….

    HARLEY, I sense sarcasm. So tell me is the concept of “Rule of Law” something that is ignored in your world?
    Did Gregory knowingly break the law? That question is the crux of this whole discussion.

    just because he had in his possession a piece of stamped steel, and coiled spring.

    That description pretty much would work for an AK-47… or a switch blade too.

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  19. HARLEY says:

    im willing to bet that he did not care what the law said, he is a journalist! and above such petty things…

    i wanted to see him get arrested and treated like a regular citizen… that would have been fun to watch the legal proceedings work in that case…

    Oh BTW any one read or see teh video of the Top Cop in Chicago, threaten to train his officers to shoot CCW holders if the draw their weapons, and turn inthe direction of a cop?

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