Your Lady Yokels have been distracted by a number of other local races lately, and #kirbydelauter and his race for our county’s highest office have unfortunately been on our back burner. Until today! On his county executive Facebook page he posted this:
Well, you shouldn’t be a bit surprised that Kirby’s description of this bill is 100% inaccurate! 100%! This bill was crafted to make sure that a violent protective order comes before a judge the SAME DAY it is filed and yes, gives a JUDGE (not any citizen!) the authority to temporarily remove guns from the home of a person who has exhibited behavior that makes the police and a judge believe that this person may use them!!!!! Here’s the summary of the bill:
The bill’s sponsor used the example of Candance Carnathan, who filed a protective order against her husband. Ms. Carnathan marked on her protective order form that her husband had a firearm, however, the gun was not removed and he shot both his wife and himself leaving their young children without a parent. Would Kirby argue that Ms. Carnathan’s husband’s right to keep his gun was more important than the right of his wife to live?
Your Lady Yokels know people whose parents have suffered impairment as a result of age. This impairment caused a certain amount of paranoia that made the individual very dangerous with his guns. Is it Kirby’s position that this individual’s right to bear arms is more important than the right of his family to live?
It is all so curious that we hear all kinds of blame directed at the government AFTER a shooting happens. There is all kinds of outrage that the government should have done more to make sure the shooter didn’t have access to a weapon. BUT, when the government tries to make sure a murder doesn’t happen, they are committing a “gross overreach.” It’s apparent that Kirby did not read one word of this bill and instead just went into some kind of crazy Pavlovian response when he heard the word: gun.
Now that you are more educated, Kirby, we want to hear why you are against this bill. What are you afraid of? How is this a bad thing? How did you misinterpret this entire bill? WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU?
Take a seat readers, because you may not ever hear this again:
THANK YOU DELEGATE KATHY AFZALI FOR VOTING FOR THIS VERY RATIONAL AND NECESSARY BILL! WE MAY NOT BE YOUR BIGGEST FANS, HOWEVER, WE WILL GIVE KUDOS WHEN KUDOS ARE DUE!
Yesterday, we had another example of gun violence against what seems to be have been a former romantic partner in a high school in Southern Maryland. Thankfully, the school resource officer was there to stop the shooter before things had a chance to get any worse. What would have been better if the young man wasn’t able to get his hands on a gun in the first place! And while we may agree with Billy’s assessment of the officer:
Kirby’s response to this post leaves a lot to be desired:
#FACTSMATTER people! This man cannot be given the reins of our fine county!
3 thoughts on “My God, is Delauter going to make us defend Afzali?”
Reblogged this on Kevin Dayhoff Time Flies and commented:
I will just set this here…
More like Moron Labe.
I had a mid-day break in next door to my house and thought about getting a gun.
I looked at stats and the number of people who are physically injured by a stranger in the course of a home invasion is roughly the same number of toddlers who get shot with guns every year.
Overall, both are exceedingly low occurrences on a national scale (I think both were around 180 a year) and demographically and geographically speaking, I am particularly not prone to such an incident.
Overall, it is a ridiculous Rambo fantasy perpetuated by silly men. I do sympathize, however, and understand why a dumb bully who has spent his life digging holes in the ground would feel the need to have a rich fantasy life.