“This right here has the ability with a .30-caliber clip to disperse with 30 bullets."
Using the same amount of research that Kevin de Leon put into his presentation warning of the terrible menace of 3D printed ghost guns, I have determined that he is a 9th century explorer who has represented his constituents in the Valle de Los Necios in the National Assembly of People's Power of Southnortheastern California.
Anti-gun California State Sen. Kevin de Leon (D-Los Angeles) is being mocked by gun rights advocates after he made a number of inaccurate statements while promoting a bill that would require individuals who manufacturer homemade firearms to undergo background checks.
“This is a ghost gun,” de Leon begins, holding an unloaded rifle in his hands. “This right here has the ability with a .30-caliber clip to disperse with 30 bullets within half a second. Thirty magazine clip in half a second.”
Also it can fry a dozen eggs in under four hours and can hit a fly on the moon in less than four hundred years.
But one important question, will these 3D ghost guns be printed on computers with 100 gigabyte CPUs capable of uploading 400 kilowatts a second?
Firstly, there is no such thing as a “30-caliber clip” in the context of which he is speaking. He clearly is referring to a 30-round magazine. An ammunition magazine is different than a “clip,” but the two are often confused by those not familiar with guns. And though it’s obvious, there is also no such thing as a “30 magazine clip.”
Secondly, caliber refers the measurement of the width of a bullet or internal diameter of a gun barrel, not magazine capacity.
Kevin de Leon, a former English as a Second Language teacher and NEA crony, couldn't be expected to know any of this. He's only been pushing gun control for the last six years.
How was he supposed to find the time to learn what a caliber is in only six years?
But it's not like he's considered the bright future of California Senate Democrats...
California Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg said Tuesday that “it is clear” Sen. Kevin de León will be the next leader of the state Senate.
“I think he will be a great leader. He’s adept at both the policy and the political side,” Steinberg said as he and de León emerged from an afternoon meeting of Senate Democrats, in which the majority party discussed future leadership of the house but did not take a formal vote.
California meet your new English as a Second Language and knowledge as a third priority leader. He may be really dumb, but at least he's honest...
State Sen. Kevin de Leon defended himself Tuesday against allegations he helped transfer $25,000 to a nonprofit controlled by Sen. Ron Calderon’s brother, Thomas.
De Leon’s name appears in recently released federal documents detailing an FBI investigation of Ron Calderon, who allegedly received bribes from an undercover agent.
While the FBI probe centers on Calderon, the Los Angeles senator is referenced 17 times in the 124-page FBI document. At one point, the documents state de Leon helped transfer $25,000 from a Latino political group in the state Legislature to a nonprofit.
At one point, the affidavit states de Leon helped broker a deal for leadership of the Latino Legislative Caucus, a 25-member group of lawmakers that includes the senator.
Okay so Kevin de Leon is a dishonest idiot who will lead the California State Senate in its war against the calibers of 3D ghost guns.
California now has Mexico's political structure, but doesn't have as much oil. I suspect that's going to be a problem.