Friday, September 4, 2015

HYPOCRISY from the Left- Contempt for Davis but Not DC?

There is nothing I hate more than blatant hypocrisy, and a perfect example of it is the contempt case of Kim Davis.

Kim Davis has been jailed for contempt of court because she has refused to issue marriage licenses to ANYONE. Her decision is a result of the same-sex marriage ruling this past June. She has defied the court, and now she has been held in contempt.

The "Left" is having a field day saying she refused to obey the "law of the land" and she deserves what she gets for disobeying the Supreme Court. Her mug shot has been posted online, with the headline "Justice Served." This is hypocrisy in its purest form.

These same people who are rejoicing over her contempt ruling have been silent over the contempt the District of Columbia has shown in response to the ruling in D.C. v Heller.

From District of Columbia v. Heller, 554 U.S. 570 (2008)- "the District must permit Heller to register his handgun and must issue him a license to carry it in the home."

How did DC respond to the Supreme Court? It is 2015. The case was ruled on 7 years ago. The City Council passed a new ordinance that made the handgun Mr Heller wanted to register illegal.

Dick Heller is a licensed special police officer for the District of Columbia. His job required he carry a gun in federal office buildings, but DC said he was not allowed to have one in his home. The gun the DC made illegal AFTER the Supreme Court order that he be allowed to register the gun? The same as his Service Weapon! Where is the outrage against the City Council and Mayor of DC for DEFYING the Supreme Court continuously for the the last 7 years!!!

It is time for the District of Columbia to held accountable and for them to acknowledge fully and recognize that "the Right of the People to Keep and Bear Arms shall not be Infringed."

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