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Gun Control Activist Protesting How Easy it is to Buy Guns, is a Rapist

Posted By Daniel Greenfield On January 30, 2013 @ 9:25 pm In The Point | 39 Comments

Jerome McCorry organized a protest against a gun show, claiming that the gun show made it too easy to buy guns. Why did that worry him? Perhaps because because the easy availability of guns might have made his career as a rapist more dangerous. (via Instapundit)

Outside of Bill Goodman’s Gun and Knife Show, people were protesting the sale of assault weapons. Those are the guns which the proposed bill would ban inside Hara Arena.

“We know that guns are being sold on the floor inside Hara Arena illegally” said Jerome McCorry. “No background checks no identification of any kind.”

McCorry said “AK-47s and M16s are not gonna be used for hunting, they’re not going to be used to protect anybody. These are the weapons that are coming back and being used in mass murders and mass killings.”

And Jerome is an expert on what kind of guns can be used to protect someone, since he is the kind of guy that people buy guns to protect against.

But according to him, you don’t need an AK-47 or M16 to stop him from raping you. It’s just overkill. When Jerome bursts into your bedroom, you don’t need that much firepower, says the guy bursting into your bedroom.

Senator Feinstein needs to bring Jerome down to D.C. as an expert witness so he can testify on just how much firepower a woman needs to defend herself from him. And maybe Piers Morgan can have him on too.

Jerome McCorry is so passionate about keeping guns out of the hands of people who might shoot him that he spends a lot of time working on anti-gun activism.

The Dayton Daily News has also given McCorry legitimacy, covering a “hoodie rally” sponsored by McCorry and The Adam Project in the wake of the death of Trayvon Martin in Florida, after the 17 year-old allegedly attacked neighborhood watch volunteer and concealed weapons permit-holder George Zimmerman.

You can see how McCorry and Obama’s Favorite Son have things in common.  When WHIO was contacted about McCorry’s rape problem, they responded that they knew he had a “controversial past” but these days he’s “voicing a message of community harmony through non-violence.”

Peace, love and rape.


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