One of Bloomberg’s “Mayors Against Illegal Guns” Demands Gay Sex at Gunpoint

The case of Mayor James Schiliro of Marcus Hook, Pennsylvania must be a confusing one from a liberal perspective. On the one hand, Mayor James Schiliro had a bunch of guns. On the other hand, he was just using a gun to insist on marriage equality.

Despite being a Republican, Schiliro was a member of Bloomberg’s anti-2nd amendment group, Mayors Against Illegal Guns. Unfortunately his closet was apparently full of illegal guns and gay longings.

According to court documents, the young man told authorities that a drunken Schiliro, whom he considered a “fatherly figure,” began sending him text messages on his cellular phone in the evening of Feb. 21, and had a Marcus Hook police officer deliver him to his house.

There, with Schiliro’s adolescent daughter sleeping upstairs, the mayor gave him three glasses of what he believed was wine, the young man told authorities.

Then, “Schiliro asked the victim if (Schiliro) could perform oral sex on the (20-year-old.) Schiliro made the request repeatedly … 20 to 30 times throughout the time the victim was at the residence,” the affidavit states.  Schiliro “became very distraught” after the young man refused his requests, the affidavit states.

During the encounter, Schiliro produced three different handguns, each time waving it around recklessly inside the house and at one point, placing one of the firearms to his head and announcing, “This is the night that he didn’t want to live anymore,” according to the affidavit.

Schiliro then asked the young man if he would be afraid if he fired the gun. According to the affidavit, Schiliro discharged one of the firearms into some papers on the floor in a room at the rear of the house.

The 20-year-old told authorities that Schiliro described him as a hostage, and directed his movements by pointing the handgun at various places within the residence, according to the affidavit.

Part of the county investigation included a search of Schiliro’s home, conducted on March 7. Among the items recovered was a bullet from a wall inside the house. The 9 mm projectile was later determined to have been fired from one of eight firearms that Schiliro sold on Feb. 23, the morning after the encounter.

Bloomberg’s pet org, “Mayors Against Illegal Guns” has since dropped Schiliro from the list, but maybe there needs to be a new organization. “Mayors Against Mayors Using Illegal Guns to Demand Gay Sex.”

  • Edward Cline

    A moment of pride for all anti-gun mayors with a weakness for homosexual sex. Put a star on the mayor's forehead.

    • Ben Jabo

      I wonder what Blumberg has hidden in his closet

  • NYVoter

    Nahh , Bloomberg's staffers and anyone will tell you he's normal ..it's the GUN's fault. If he didn't have that evil Gun in the House , this would have never happened. Again , a Gun involved in a crime …what will it take to make people understand ?…think of the Babies !!! That poor misunderstood Gay Mayor

  • UCSPanther

    Wasn't the now disgraced former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick a member of Bloomberg's crew as well?

  • Laura Kiselevach

    I think the bigger story here is that he's a gay republican. LOL

    • Daniel Greenfield

      He's a gay gun control Republican. Clearly he's evolved.

      • Laura Kiselevach

        Evolved or confused?

        • Daniel Greenfield

          Evolution toward greater confusion is true progressivism.

          • Laura Kiselevach

            progressivism

            the political orientation of those who favor progress toward better conditions in government and society.

            I don't see any confusion with progressivism, but I do see confusion in Mayor James Schiliro. These people happen.

          • Ar'nun

            To "Progress" toward somehing is to reject what is. Some of us actually love this country and don't want to Progress towards Cyprus.

          • Laura Kiselevach

            So you're happy with the current state of things? Wanting progress in our gov't and society does in no way mean one doesn't love their country, quite the opposite. We want her at her best, and are always striving for progress and the betterment of our country. Not wanting to move forward has a name, and it's regression. That will take us towards Cyprus.

          • AimtoMisbehave

            Progressivism is to actual progress, as telling someone to "swallow something" is to nutrition. (H/T Iowahawk).

          • Laura Kiselevach

            That's some strange analogy, I'll give you that. The liberal progressive movement grew out of social activism movements, and populist left political movements in conjunction with the civil rights, LGBT (Gay rights), women's or feminist, and environmental movements of the 1960s–1980s. Saying that it has nothing to do with actual progress is ignoring history and facts. I know these issues are hard to swallow for some people, but you don't progress unless you act.

          • AimtoMisbehave

            An arsonist can call himself a carpenter until he is blue in the face, but it doesn't change the reality of what he is and does. You talk in empty platitudes like "wanting progress" that you expect people to accept without question, and claim absolute mastery of facts without providing substantive knowledge or proof of either. This is clearest when you act like "progressive" history began in the 1960s. Progressivism's roots go back several more decades. It's actually a German statist import, taught by the authoritarian forebears of the Marxist Frankfurt School, taught to people like Woodrow Wilson (whose PhD dissertation was based entirely off of this German model) who used nationalist/Constitutional language as a fig leaf, and further perpetuated by such luminaries as Margaret Sanger, famed for her desire to commit racist genocide within the United States. (BTW, I like the way you lifted your second sentence word for word from the Wikipedia page on Progressivism).

            Putting the government in charge of everything, either directly or through micromanaging regulation, is not progress. It's the road to Totalitarianism, Fascism, or at best the kind of soft tyranny forewarned by Alexis de Tocqueville.

          • Laura Kiselevach

            I talk in empty platitudes? Really? I didn't know I had to write a dissertation for this intellectual crowd. What do I have to prove to you? The country is moving forward and electing forward thinking representatives and ideals, and leaving you knuckledraggers behind. I know the history of progressive roots, and I also know it scare the bejesus out of your kind. I don't claim to be a master of anything, never said such a thing, however, I am a very observant of the world around me, especially politics. As for Margaret Sanger, now your lack of intelligence is showing. I bet you read all about her on some right wing site, right? She was a hero for women, and the poor. Racist genocide is such a pathetic, uneducated assault on this compassionate, understanding woman. I lifted a sentence from Wikipedia? OMG – call the internet police, cause no one ever copies and pastes information on the web to support their argument.

            I don't want the gov't in charge of everything, but I do believe that the gov't is there for a purpose, not to run our lives (see GOP and women, gays), but to oversee certain aspects of our society such as civil rights, environmental issues and yes, healthcare. GASP! Obamacare didn't go nearly far enough, IMHO, but when Hillary gets in the WH, I'm sure that's where we'll be soon enough. Maybe the GOP will wise up and get with the program, until then, popular belief is that they'll keep losing elections until then.

          • Laura Kiselevach

            PS: I would love to know how you knew I "lifted" my second sentence, word for word, from the Wikipedia page on Progressivism? Why were you there? LOL I bet if I cared enough to research your words, I'd find you did the very same thing, cause I'm certain all of this information is just sitting in your head. Ah, the joys of modern technology.

          • AimtoMisbehave

            Research away, I didn't lift someone else's words and pass them off as my own. I did look at that page and don't have any problem saying it, I just didn't steal from it verbatim. There's a difference between those two things, ya know? It's funny how people you call "knuckle draggers" are able to form their own sentences and thoughts without having to copy/paste, and you either can't or won't. I don't know you, so I won't make the "lazy or incapable?" judgment.

            As far as Sanger goes, I'm going off of her own words. "Progressives" expect others to believe that their opponents are racist based on all kinds of alleged code words or "dog whistles", yet also expect others to ignore little gems like this from their beloved heroes:

            ""We should hire three or four colored ministers, preferably with
            social-service backgrounds, and with engaging personalities. The most
            successful educational approach to the Negro is through a religious appeal. We don't want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population, and the minister is the man who can straighten out that idea if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members."

            "Birth control must lead ultimately to a cleaner race."

            Those things can be argued contextually all day, and it's easy to see what direction you would argue from if anyone remotely connected to non-progressives had said anything similar. Since you're claiming intellectual superiority with all of these forward thinking ideas, how about articulating and defending a couple of those ideas, instead of just effectively telling us knuckle draggers to shut up and bow to your enlightened genius?

          • Laura Kiselevach

            First of all, I copied ONE SENTENCE, but I seemed to be able to express my own opinions and thoughts prior to and after those offensive few words. Being a knuckledragger has nothing to do with being able to form your own thoughts and sentences, but it has everything to do with your belief system and antiquated ideas that are viewed as irrelevant by the majority of people in this country. Did the election teach you nothing?

            Concerning Sanger, the comments you posted are completely taken out of context and misconstrued by those who are against birth control and family planning. She helped countless families, and did so against the popular belief of the day. I could post these comments in their full context, but like you said, it's easy to see what direction you would argue from, too. I am not sure why you keep saying I'm claiming intellectual superiority, as I never said such a thing. I'm no intellectual, I readily admit that. I realize I am snarky and use the term knuckledraggers a lot , but again, a knuckledragger could be intelligent, it's just they are stuck in the past while the majority of people are moving away from these backward ideas your type holds. As long as conservatives keep the culture wars going, I will continue to call them knuckledraggers. Differences on economic policy don't get me as hot and bothered as social issues. Conservatives claim to be all about gov't out of our business, yet they claim moral superiority on women's issues and gay rights issues. I also NEVER said to shut up and bow down – drama much? I made one humorous comment (or so I thought), about a gay republican with guns, and 24 hours later, I am here arguing with, well, knuckledragggers.

            You don't know me, and I don't know you, we obviously have different views and beliefs, so be it – that's what makes the world go round, but you really have to admit that conservatives are in a lot of trouble with voters. Conservatism of today is not like it used to be, and that's a shame. I sure hope the republican party becomes a viable opponent to the dems in the future, but it looks as though they're just not getting the picture.

          • Laura Kiselevach

            I had this page bookmarked – if you are interested in reading about Margaret Sanger, I suggest this link. If not, whatever. :)
            http://www.trustblackwomen.org/2011-05-10-03-28-1

          • AimtoMisbehave

            You mean the election that was decided by a couple of percentage points, in which the incumbent won with the lowest amount of actual votes received by a re-elected president in history? Is that the election you're claiming as proof that the overwhelming majority of the country wants more recycled 19th century European authoritarianism, wrapped up in government subsidized bribery and cronyism?

            You blather on and on about "my type" without knowing thing number one about my positions on your beloved social issues. I love the cocktail of cognitive dissonance and hypocrisy that comes with someone screeching "You stay out of my female business!", yet continuing to reach into other people's checkbooks (via statist politicians) to pay for it all. To the outside observer, it just looks stupid when leftist women (or anyone else for that matter) try to beat everyone over the head with talk of how empowered they are, while simultaneously demanding that they be turned into wards of a giant nanny state. None of the empowered and strong women I know are out agitating for big brother to pay for everything under the sun because of the nature of their reproductive organs.

            Just to set the record straight, I don't give a flying crap about what you want to do with yourself and other consenting adults that doesn't involve hitting up the taxpayers and raping my wallet at the ballot box. And as far as the gay stuff goes, I would much rather see the government get out of marriage altogether so that everyone would just shut up and go about their lives.

            You're so wrapped up in calling other people Neanderthals, that you don't even recognize the fact that these supposed "forward thinking" ideas are a mish-mash of recycled junk straight out of the feudal era with a crappy coat of new-age paint barely covering it all up.

          • Laura Kiselevach

            Seems we are talking about two different elections – talk about cognitive dissonance: http://www.usnews.com/opinion/blogs/robert-schles….

            Concerning my "female business", who's talking about someone paying for my 'stuff'? I just want the gov't out of my bedroom, and my uterus. If you're referring to birth control, that was decided in December 2000 – the EEOC ruled that companies that provided prescription drugs to their employers were in violation of Title Vll of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, which prevents discrimination on the basis of sex. http://www.eeoc.gov/policy/docs/decision-contrace

            We are in agreement about the gov't getting out of marriage all together, but since Clinton signed DOMA into law in 1996, it has to be knocked down and then we can move on. You're right, I don't know where you stand on social issues, so I apologize for lumping you in with your party leaders, but generally, if someone supports these knuckledraggers (now I'm just using that word to bug you), I have to assume you share that ideology. My bad. I don't support everything the dems do either, so there ya' go.

            The "forward thinking" ideas of today have moved society to the last fights for civil rights, but the fight for fairness with respect to class divisions is just beginning. Corporate profits are at an all time high, while the middle class is getting screwed and slowly descending into the poor category. Things are unbalanced, and I hope the likes of Elizabeth Warrens of the world will begin to straighten all of that out.

            I have a feeling that we might actually agree on more things than we initially thought, but regardless if that is true or not, it's been fun. Goodnight and good luck. Now go and moisturize those knuckles. :)

          • Gary

            Excellent analogy!!

    • Mary Sue

      You mean RINO?

      • Laura Kiselevach

        Whatever makes you comfortable. :)

    • welldoneson

      yes, Laura, we're aware that most half-wits only think being gay is an issue of that gay person doesn't vote Democrat. it's part of what informs us as to how full of it you lot are. keep it comin', though…

      • Laura Kiselevach

        Oh, excuse me, Mr.Quarter-Wit, I think you misinterpreted my comment – shocking for such an intellectual. I'm well aware there are gay republican voters and office holders, however, the party, as a whole, doesn't take to kindly to this lot. THAT Mr.Quarter-Wit, was my only point. I think maybe you should work on that sense of humor a tad.

        • thomas_h

          I think maybe you should work on that sense of humor a tad.

          Oh I see, so you were being facetious!
          Well, silly cow, I think you should work on that, so your cracks at being funny may not appear as pathetic attempts at witticism.
          Try harder. Or rather, stop trying and face it that you just don't have it.

          • Laura Kiselevach

            yawn….

    • truebearing

      You call what you do "thinking?"

      I'll bet you had to really work at ignoring the irony in this story. It apparently slipped your razorsharp mind that Bloomberg used to pretend he was a Republican, too…before he decided to come out of the closet and admit to being a power-mad, wanna-be dictator.

      • Laura Kiselevach

        And I bet you call what you do clever, I suppose?

        Good Lord, I knew republicans were the tight ass club (pun intended), but what I didn't realize was the total lack of humor. As for Bloomberg, I know all about him, as he's my independent mayor gone mad. He'll be leaving soon, and he will leave the city safer, leaner and hopeful for less power-mad, wanna-be dictator.

    • Jamesb

      No Republican agrees with ripping up the Constitution to ~please~ a megalomaniacal clown like Bloomberg. Remember, Bloomy was once a "Republican" too – ha.

      He's just another closet case – a closeted Demo-cretin.

      • Laura Kiselevach

        Clearly, this guy wasn't trying to ~please~ Bloomberg, he's obese and loves guns, Bloomy's two least favorite things. As for the "no republican agrees with ripping up the constitution" comment, I'm not so sure about that. I remember some ripping around election time, with voting rights being suppressed in quite a few states. Then there's that pesky gay marriage issue. Pick and choose, close your eyes.

        Oh, just for the record, Bloomberg was a dem:

        Political partyDemocratic (Before 2001)
        Republican (2001–2007)
        Independent (2007–present)

      • Laura Kiselevach

        Demo-cretin – another creative soul on this thread. C for creativity.

  • http://www.adinakutnicki.com AdinaK

    Oh yeah…ANOTHER leftist (despite the Repub bonafides, those who are close to Bloomie are leftists) going postal, a member of the "alternative" lifestyle camp to boot – http://adinakutnicki.com/2013/01/03/leftists-go-p

    Surely his comrades will rally around him, Demsters and RINOS's…guns for me but not for thee, resulting in the criminals/predators gaining the upper hand, so to speak.

    Adina Kutnicki, Israel http://adinakutnicki.com/about/

  • Laura Kiselevach

    I wonder if all 800 of these "comrades" are dems and rhinos?
    http://www.mayorsagainstillegalguns.org/html/memb

    • Neil

      Despite your link, they're all RINO's and dems.

      • Neil

        RINO's and dems have one thing in common, they're all elitists. It's do as I say and not as I do. Laura one day you'll grow up and realize this when either you get fed up with the amount of taxes you pay or more of your freedoms are taken from you. You'll then abandone this progressivist foolishness and see life as it is. Or it could be god forbid somthing even worse where you'll see that a benevolent government isn't so benevolent. Don't hold onto childish views, progressivism is a gutless childish view.

        • Laura Kiselevach

          LOL – republicans aren't elitists? Who was that guy running for POTUS, you know, that wealthy guy who had such disdain for 47% of America? That's funny. And republicans aren't guilty of the "do as I say, not as I do" crap? I could give you a thousand examples, from the family values guy caught cheating on his wife, to the ferociously anti-gay politician who gets caught in a bathroom stall with another man – just a few examples. Listen Neil, I am all grown up, and well educated, and I am totally fine with paying my taxes, and I live in Manhattan. We pay taxes for all sorts of things, some we agree with, and some we don't. For example, I'm cool with helping someone less fortunate, but I'm not cool with paying for unnecessary wars, but too bad for me, and too bad for you. If you don't like paying taxes, don't pay them, but I warn you, the consequences aren't pretty, or so I hear. I am already fed up with my rights being taken from me – as a woman, yeah, you bet I'm fed up with fighting the same issues that my sisters before me won decades ago. Now I'm sure we can agree on plenty of issues where our rights are being chipped away at, but that all started with the Patriot Act, and it just keeps on progressing. Oh, look, there's an example of a bad progression, like a cancer. Our gov't is a representation of us, we the people, we elect them, so before you go on about how bad they are, maybe you should vote accordingly. I'm not 100% behind any politician, however, I certainly support the liberal progressive agenda, and find the conservative agenda to be selfish, hypocritical, bigoted, theocratic, aristocratic ( I guess both parties are guilty of that, but more so republicans), and a bunch of elitist, faux religious knuckledraggers. I am a proud liberal progressive, and it is your views that are gutless and archaic and childish. Here's the deal, the country is moving on without you – get with the program or be left in the dust.

          • Betty

            Laura, you sound like a pretty angry woman. I'm not behind any politician 100% either. I did not care for Romney all that much but I sure would rather have tried him that the guy that is running this now. The on who says tighten your belts while h parties hardy on our dollar. Or should I say on your great-grandchildren's dollar. And yeah, I am one of those bigots that believe in God and His Bible and not ashamed of it.

          • Laura Kiselevach

            Betty, I am as far from angry as one could get. As a matter of fact, I'm ecstatic because the bigots lost, and will continue to lose until they see the err of their ways, which by the looks of things, it's gonna be a while. I'm so tired of hearing how our president "parties hardy on our dollar". Do you know how ridiculous that sounds, especially compared to the last guy? And, just for the record, I believe in God, too, but the God I believe in really doesn't take a shine to bigots. You may want to re-read that bible of yours for a refresher.

          • Laura Kiselevach

            Here's some information for you, Betty. :)
            http://theweek.com/bullpen/column/235844/deconstr

        • Laura Kiselevach

          BTW, Neil, you sound like a very angry man. I guess when formerly loyal voters gathered in focus groups described Republicans as 'scary', 'narrow-minded', 'out of touch' and 'the party of stuffy old men', I could see this upsetting you.

      • Laura Kiselevach

        All 800 of them? Yeah, ok then. Wink, wink!

  • michae1803

    Probably.

    • Laura Kiselevach

      Sure, republican mayors love illegal guns in their cities/towns. I highly doubt that. The key word is ~illegal~. You guys use that term a lot, you should understand what ~illegal~ means, or does that only apply to people, as in immigrants?

      • davarino

        Oh ok, then the guns are not illegal, they are just undocumented guns, guns bought without legal permission. Hows that sound? That should be good for you, what with your obfuscation of the truth.

        • Laura Kiselevach

          Typical republican, comparing a piece of metal that kills people to a non-white human being – just an object. Remember, those objects (non-whites, not illegals) vote, and they vote blue. For the record, I think they are illegal immigrants, and could care less about their ~official status~. It does seem that the GOP is tripping over themselves with this one, and that gay marriage thingy. It's a whole lot of fun to watch the pandering, the twisting, the turning, and the inevitable status quo. It's working very well for us dems. Keep up the good work.

  • Jamesb

    This fool is a walking, talking, stalking, ball of confusion, huh?

    The cigar in his mouth MIGHT signal an oral fixation – that or he likes the smell of burning dung just under his nose.

  • Deep Space

    He's against "illegal guns". I don't think this makes him a "gun grabber" and for all I know he is or was perfectly happy to support self defense backed by a 'legal' arsenal. The other stuff is just stupid and remember folks, he is a Republican so its too bad we end up in this place gleefully jumping on one of our own. It would've been much, much better had he been a Democrat and judging by his photo he fits the lefty version of the typical member of our party.

    • Laura Kiselevach

      They eat their own. And, yes, he's white, obese, smokes big, fat cigars and loves his guns- now that's a typical republican man if I ever saw one. The orange juice in his hand threw me off, just a little.

    • johncmajor

      Stop thinking parties they are both as corrupt and are the same. The money has to be taken out of Washington for anything to change. Get a grip.

  • Bluedawgie

    Just wondering, do the liberals use the word "illegal" as in illegal guns with the same emphasis as they do when pertaining to the rule of law concerning illegal immigrants? If so, then we should allow illegal guns to
    populate our society. It's only fair. <g>

  • Ar'nun

    "Schiliro made the request repeatedly … 20 to 30 times throughout the time the victim was at the residence"

    I think once, maybe twice would have been all I would need to make me leave.

    • Betty

      You skimmed over the part that said, "The 20-year-old told authorities that Schiliro described him as a hostage, and directed his movements by pointing the handgun at various places within the residence, according to the affidavit."? He was afraid to leave. Afraid he'd be murdered.

  • CJohnson

    What a slob.

  • Ben Jabo

    Bloomberg is surrounded by bodyguards, who are at least twice his size, they're big enough to be Sumo wrestlers

    His guys are armed to the teeth

    • David Steelman

      I truely wonder how many of them would actually take a bullet to protect him.

  • David Steelman

    Sad he was a republican, but as I grew up in Delaware County it was always a Republican controlled county with many of the politicians even tho they claimed Republican were actually Socialstic politicians who know in reality you had to go with the popular party if you wanted a chance to get elected.

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  • ProudlyUnaffiliated

    Typical gun grabber. He can’t trust himself as he has no self-control so figures everyone is as messed up as he is and should not have a gun.

  • Assur

    Did he at least get some?

    • bbgunplinkplink

      eww. Just eww.

  • Alan Chwick

    What a turd.

  • Linda

    You say he is not stepping down? He is a crown jewel in the hats of the Democrats? This man is gone. No point discussing the problem. The Democrats will embrace him and try to promote him once he declares himself a Lefty.