Florida: Campus Carry is Dead. Open Carry to be Executed.

Miguel Diaz de la Portilla
Miguel Díaz de la Portilla (RINO). State Senator, 40th District,

Via The Gun Writer, we find out that the head of the Senate Judiciary Committee has already killed the hearing for Campus Carry and it is planning to screw with the Open Carry bill by pushing the Florida Sheriff’s version of “We may or may not arrest you and prosecute you if you accidentally display your firearm.” And no, I do not buy what they propose as truthful and with a kind heart since a version is already in the books and they have been ignoring it and that is the reason OC has been pushed. 

I think it is time the Republican Party of Florida finds out we are not going to tolerate this kind of behavior from his elected morons. The only reason the State remains purple is because Gun Owners vote Republican en masse but that comes with the price of restoring the gun laws bungled so many years ago.

If we are going to have RINOS screwing the works and behave like Democrats, we might as well vote in the next election for the Democrat challenger that will run against Diaz de la Portilla. If we are gonna have Democrat seated in the State Senate, might as well be one that is properly labelled as one.

Or they can give him a call and tell him “Hey, Miguelito. Stop being a Bloomberg asshole and let the bills get to the floor.”

What? You don’t suspect the hairy hand of Michael Bloomberg behind this stunt? I certainly do. The guy is from Miami where cash is king. Either that or the Sheriff’s Association has pictures of him dressed as Paris Hilton and being unnaturally friendly to chihuahuas.


2 Replies to “Florida: Campus Carry is Dead. Open Carry to be Executed.”

  1. I was getting more pissed as I read this… Thanks for the comic relief at the end! Chihuahuas!

    Can I write to these guys even if I no longer live in my home state?



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