Why Isn’t David Gregory in Jail?

Have you seen this?

Cops told NBC not to use gun clip

NBC was told by the Washington, D.C., police that it was “not permissible” to show a high-capacity gun magazine on air before Sunday’s “Meet the Press,” according to a statement Wednesday from the cops.

Now, if this were a nation of laws and not of privileged and unprivileged people, Gregory would be in jail for breaking gun control laws.  But he hasn’t been charged because this is no longer a nation of laws but of men.

So let me ask you: if the gun-banners refuse to obey the very laws they are pushing for, then by what measure of reason do they think others will obey them?

Blood and martyrs, people! When will America realize that these are self-appointed elitists who seek to RULE OVER YOU! The rules never apply to them. They never intended for their rules to apply to them. They only apply to us — the people these arrogant elitists have deemed “incapable of caring for ourselves.”  These people are tyrants — period.  It is that simple.

Personally, I say it is time for farms to stop sending food tot he big cities. THEN we’ll see who can and can’t take care of themselves. In the case of “the media,” I think it is w-a-y past time we yank their public broadcasting licenses.  They are no longer serving the public, so they have no business enjoying the public airways.  Let them go fight for a share in the free market on cable and satellite.  And no, I am not kidding about that. I am tired of tyrants telling me that I do not understand that which is self-evident, and I am fed up with watching them get away with doing the same damned things they jail otherwise free men and women for doing.

 

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4 thoughts on “Why Isn’t David Gregory in Jail?

  1. Thankfully meidia is changing, WE are the new media, David gregory should be made an example of in Washington DC and sent to jail for a few years. Oh, and he should also get in trouble for having that magazine… :)

    • Mike,

      Agreed. WE are the free press now, and we have to start taking our responsibility seriously. It’s one of my new year’s resolutions: to do better at checking myself and to double check anything I present as factual and/or provide better arguments to support my editorial content.

      It may not be much, but it is an important start. Consider this blog my scrawling on the head of a drum ;-)

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