Thursday, March 27, 2014

Tam was right: Yee's story does read like a Tarantino production of an Elmore Leonard novel

Wow,  seriously,  it's scary how it builds up.  There's drugs, guns, money laundering, paranoia, and more.

If you want to see how deep the hypocrisy hole goes for Yee  check out the FBI report on his alleged crimes. (The FBI better have this on tape).

Take this from page 94:
SENATOR YEE believed the other Senate Senator was wearing a "wire" for the FBI.  SENATOR YEE thought the other State Senator was a classic example of involving too many people in illegal activities.  SENATOR YEE believed his arms dealer connection could in fact provide weapons to UCE 4599.  SENATOR YEE took and "agnostic" stance on UCE 4599 and the dealer's purported weapons deal.  SENATOR YEE said "People what to get whatever they want to get.  Do I care?  No, I don't care.  People need certain things.

That's coming from an man who in 2006 was named to the e Gun Violence Prevention Honor Roll by the Brady Campaign and has an A+ rating by this organization.

A man that wants to ban people from owning guns with detachable magazines.  A man that helped draft and enact a microstamping law.

A man who doesn't care what mobsters will do with the machineguns he sells 'em

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