Sunday, March 27, 2016

"Hey, they used bombs in this attack, but

let's talk about easy access to guns!"  Because bombs don't fit the preferred end of more laws about firearms.  And even then the dumbass slips and lets it out that it's illegal 'easy' access to guns:
“ You know, why is it known that it’s so easy to access guns in Belgium than other of the major states in Europe, it’s something that everybody knows here, that there is a black market, that there is an ease of getting guns here. As compared to many other parts of Europe.”
They really do have one-track minds.

Google and the construction company both better stand up and make this right, or it's going to get a LOT more expensive.  And since both effed-up, they're both liable far as I can see.

Never forget: ATF wasn't the only agency involved in this crap, and
NOBODY from ATF or any other agency was actually punished for this*:
ICE had the surviving agent’s back.. if by “had” you mean “knifed.” Both the director at the time, John T. Morton, and the director today, Sarah Saldaña, went out of their way to back up their fellow bureaucrats, who armed Zapata’s murderers… and to screw over Avila and his family, and the survivors of the martyr Jaime Zapata.

And then, there’s the ATF’s share of the blame. In the video, whistleblowing ATF agent John Dodson doesn’t sugar coat it: “We are,” he sadly admits, “the very people that killed Brian Terry.” And, it turns out, Jaime Zapata.

*except the whistleblowers, they got screwed

Anymore, someone starts the "Hate Crime!" call, wait for evidence; the chances of it being bullshit are high.


KM said...

there is a black market, that there is an ease of getting guns here

Well duh! If it's illegal and there is an operating black market, just pass some more laws. Create another Bureau or two.
Have they learned nothing from the US?

Oh, more speeches. Gotta flap your jaws more, call for "studies" and make it sound like progress is being made.

BC said...

Google should refund what that customer (the contractor) paid for the map, and the company who's employees can't be bothered to check street signs before unloading the excavator should buy a house.

I don't care what map you use, if you are on the ground it is up to you to verify where you are. Might as well blame the GPSs of idiots that drive into rivers or off docks trying to get from one place to another without looking instead of the drivers.