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Secret Service Tells Outspoken Obama Critic “We’ll Come for Your Guns” | Media Remains Silent

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Secret Service to outspoken Obama critic: We’ll come for your guns; Media silent

JUNE 12, 2013
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On Tuesday, Examiner.com’s Harriet Baldwin reported that agents of the Secret Service visited Tom Francois, an outspoken critic of President Obama who has over 11,700 Twitter followers and warned him on their way out the door to be careful or they would come back — for his guns. Despite the stir caused on Twitter, the story has been virtually ignored by major media outlets.

According to Baldwin, Francois was visited by federal authorities on April 11, 2013, who had what she described as a “thick FBI file- filled with screenshots of hundreds of posts.”

It seems that Francois is very outspoken against Obama and likes to use programs to create cartoons.

Not only did he comply with their request to “take a look around,” he even signed a search consent form and authorization to review his medical and mental health records.

Francois told the agents upon questioning that he had no intention of doing harm to the president and admitted using his First Amendment right to disagree with Obama.

“Yes, I am EXTREMELY critical of Obama in my posts, but I never cross the line and threaten his being. EVER. It’s just the idea of Obama’s Secret Service intruding on my life when they knew I wasn’t really a threat,” he said.

Francois said the agents agreed he had not threatened Obama, but were concerned about his large Twitter following.

But according to Francois, one agent issued an ominous warning: “Keep in mind, if you step over the line, we’ll come back for your guns.”

Baldwin added:

“They had run a background check and discovered that Tom legally owned two guns- and they asked to see them. Tom showed them his firearms. They asked, ‘Are they loaded?’ Tom replied in the affirmative. ‘What good are guns if they aren’t loaded?'”

Liberty is always freedom from governmentBaldwin said agents also visited his daughter, saying they would turn over all information on Francois to embattled Attorney General Eric Holder.

“He has the last word on what to do, if anything,” the agents allegedly said.

Francois said on Twitter that he was “in shock” for most of the time agents were at his house.

The story created quite a stir on Francois’ Twitter timeline, but a Google search revealed no coverage by the so-called “mainstream media.”

Outside of Baldwin’s report and several conservative blogs, Francois’ ordeal has gone unmentioned.

Despite the silence by the media, Francois said he is “blessed” by the support he received from friends and followers on the social media site.

http://www.examiner.com/article/secret-service-to-outspoken-obama-critic-we-ll-come-for-your-guns-media-silent?cid=PROD-redesign-right-next

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New York In Shock As Gun Control Leads To 25 Murders In The Last 2 Days

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New York In Shock As Gun Control Leads To 25 Murders In The Last 2 Days

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Like most Democrat-controlled, big cities, New York City has one of the most stringent gun-control schemes in America. But this heavy emphasis on banning guns has not stopped a recent rise in murders in the Big Apple.

Over a 48 hour period between June 11 to June 13 25 people were killed with firearms in New York. Victims were from all over the city. In fact, the only part of the city that didn’t experience a shooting over the 48-hour period was Staten Island!

Eight were shot in the Bronx, four in Queens, one in Manhattan, and a whopping twelve in Brooklyn. The fellow killed in Manhattan was shot during the day amongst a crowd of people.

CCW Concealed Carry Just Got a Lot Easier In Missouri

But notice that New York’s “Safe Gun Act” hasn’t really done much to stop crimes committed with guns. It may have stopped law-abiding citizens from being able to respond to life-threatening attacks with their own guns, of course.

Due to the anti-gun laws, it is practically impossible for law-abiding citizens to get guns for themselves. But, oh, boy do the crooks have them. According to news reports 100 percent of this gun crime spree was perpetrated with guns held illegally in criminal hands.

Notice that hundreds in not thousands of crimes every year are stopped by legal gun owners. Take the woman in California that stopped a home invasion with her firearm. Or the Florida business owner who cornered and captured a crook in his store. Or the boy that used a gun to save his father’s life.

These are the life-saving events that New York’s Democrats will put an end to and murders will increase because of it.

With Democrats succeeding in banning guns we get idiotic and dangerous situations like the 9/11 operator that told a woman being raped to kindly ask her rapist to just leave.

The good news is, though, that this is still a drop in murder rates over last year. This is true across the country, actually. And every state (including New York) no have concealed carry in some form or fashion–except Illinois which is just about to put one in place. We have more guns than ever in the hands of law-abiding citizens and crime has dropped.

(Read More: Robbers Forcefully Shove Man Into His Closet, Where He Kept His Guns……….)

http://www.mrconservative.com/2013/06/19067-new-york-in-shock-as-gun-control-leads-to-25-murders-in-the-last-2-days/

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Mayhem in the New York: 25 people shot in 48 hours | Gun Regulation Doesn’t Seem To Be Helping

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Mayhem in the New York: 25 people shot in 48 hours

Gun Regulation Doesn’t Seem To Be Working

BY AND / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

Cops check the scene of a deadly gun battle at Bedford Ave. and Lenox Road in Brooklyn on Sunday.

Violence surged like the mercury Sunday, with three more fatalities from gun violence — and eight others wounded in shootings — bringing the total number of bullet-riddled in the city to 25 in less than 48 hours.

Only Staten Island was safe from the wide-ranging spray of gunfire and sickening weekend bloodshed. At least 12 people were blasted in Brooklyn, eight in the Bronx and another four in Queens. The sole person shot in Manhattan took several slugs to the chest and perished in broad daylight.

Sunday’s first fatality was Ivan Martinez, 21, who was approached around 3:25 a.m. by a 20-year-old gunman and a woman at E. 139th St. near Brook Ave. in the Bronx, police said.

The gunman shot Martinez once in the head and ran off with the woman.

Paramedics transport one of three men shot near at the intersection of Bedford and Flatbush avenues in Brooklyn.

DEBBIE EGAN-CHIN/NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

Paramedics transport one of three men shot near at the intersection of Bedford and Flatbush avenues in Brooklyn.

In the second fatal attack, a man in his 40s was gunned down during an argument in East Harlem around 1:20 p.m. The victim, who has not been identified by police, was blasted multiple times in the torso on E. 105th St. near First Ave. Less than four hours later, Damien Powell, 25, was killed after he was shot in the chest outside the Albany Houses in Crown Heights, sources and witnesses said. The victim’s mother collapsed at the scene, where shell casings littered the street, witnesses said.

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In other shootings Sunday:

– A 21-year-old man was shot in the leg in the Ravenswood Houses in Queens at 12:10 a.m.
– A 21-year-old man was shot three times on East New York Ave., Brooklyn, at 2:36 a.m.
– A 20-year-old man was shot in the leg at Bedford Park Blvd. and Webster Ave. in the Bronx at 3:30 a.m.
– A 35-year-old man brought himself to Jamaica Hospital with a gunshot wound in the leg at 4:12 a.m.
– A 15-year-old was shot in his leg and back on Osborn St. in, Brownsville, Brooklyn, at 11:40 a.m.
– A gunman opened fire at Bedford Ave. near Lenox Road in Prospect Lefferts-Gardens around 3:25 p.m.

Tayloni Mazyck, 11, was paralyzed by a stray bullet Friday night outside her Bedford-Stuyvesant apartment building.

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Tayloni Mazyck, 11, was paralyzed by a stray bullet Friday night outside her Bedford-Stuyvesant apartment building.

Three men were wounded in the wild Brooklyn shooting that left terrified bystanders ducking for cover.

“I heard maybe 20 shots,” said Guy Pierre Louis, 50, who lives on Lenox Road. “I thought it was like the Fourth of July.”

Cops are now hunting for the alleged gunman, Kevon Brown, 30, who also shot at a pair of officers during the melee, police said. He’s described as 5-foot-10, 185 pounds.

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Detectives question witnesses as they try to gather clues and answers on the mass bloodshed.

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Detectives question witnesses as they try to gather clues and answers on the mass bloodshed.

Sunday’s carnage followed the shooting of 14 people — three of whom died — in a terrifying 26 hours that began Friday night. A total of six people were killed during the grim weekend.

The two days of bloodshed represented 5% of this year’s roughly 440 shootings. Despite the violence, that figure represents a 23% drop compared with the 574 victims shot through this time last year.

Friday night’s incidents were bookended by tragedy and a miracle.

Tayloni (Tutu) Mazyck, 11, was shot outside her Bedford-Stuyvesant home when a cold-hearted teen opened fire at rival gang members. The slug traveled through her neck and lodged in her spine.

Police commissioner Ray Kelly will have his hands full trying to piece together the rash of shootings.

JEFFERSON SIEGEL FOR NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

Police commissioner Ray Kelly will have his hands full trying to piece together the rash of shootings.

She will never walk again.

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“She can’t feel her legs. She has pain in her arms,” said her heartbroken mother Priscilla Mazyck, 46.

On Saturday night, a heroic 15-year-old girl in the Bronx dodged death and was shot in the leg as she pushed a toddler in a baby carriage to safety.

Cops are now hunting for one alleged gunman, Kevon Brown, 30, who shot at a pair of officers during the a Brooklyn melee.

Cops are now hunting for one alleged gunman, Kevon Brown, 30, who shot at a pair of officers during the a Brooklyn melee.

“Everybody started running, so I went to grab the carriage,” Sarah Rivera told the Daily News from Lincoln Hospital on Sunday. “As I pushed it, the bullet hit me.”

Other shooting victims on Saturday were less fortunate.

Terrance Davis, 24, of the Bronx was killed after he was shot multiple times Friday night on W. Burnside Ave., and Antonio Wilson, 23, was fatally blasted in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn. Meanwhile, 39-year-old Damion Riley was shot twice and died on E. 48th St. in East Flatbush.

With Erik Badia, Chelsia Rose Marcius, Edgar Sandoval and Tom Baker

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/25-people-shot-48-hours-article-1.1361388#ixzz2VDlHZfpR

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