Gun Control is a mental disease.

Jackie Speier has spent the past 35 years as a state and federal lawmaker, devoting much of her energy to the issue of gun violence. For the 65-year-old congresswoman, the problem is not an abstract one. As a 28-year-old legal adviser to California Representative Leo Ryan, Speier was shot five times while accompanying a delegation of lawmakers and journalists on a fact-finding mission to the People’s Temple Agricultural Project, a Guyanese commune better known as Jonestown, led by enigmatic Indiana Communist and community organizer Jim Jones.

Source: Congresswoman Jackie Speier Is One of a Few Lawmakers Who Knows What It’s Like to Be Shot

Get this: She fights for Gun Control because she was shot in a foreign country by members of a cult whose leader was California’s Left/Democratic Party golden religious boy who supervised the death of over 300 childrenBut somehow it is us, Gun Owners that are at fault.

Left Wing Dogma (or pretty much any dogma) makes for irrational thinking.

5 Replies to “Gun Control is a mental disease.”

  1. Jim Jones started his cult in Indianapolis, and got run out of town.
    He moved to California and became an advisor to the Governor. (That same Governor is Governor today.)
    In California, nothing changes.




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  2. Hypothetical: I was once injured in an automobile accident by a drunk driver and then I spent the next 35 years in public office trying to take away driver’s licenses from those with perfect driving records.

    Would you call me insane, or at a minimum a complete idiot?

    There’s your evaluation of Congress-critter Jackie Speier. A big pile of crap for brains.




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  3. she really needs to change her views,another one that is confused about who is the good guy and the bad guy.I think that proves something about her frame of mind.




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