By now you've seen the stories about NBC anchor David Gregory breaking Washington D.C. gun laws by brandishing a 30-round magazine during his abrasive interview with NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre last Sunday. From the anchor chair, Gregory pretty much said high capacity magazines should be banned. Now, because the possession of 30-round magazines are illegal in the District of Columbia, Gregory is under investigation by police; as he should be. Not only did he violate D.C. gun laws, but according to D.C. police [who have confirmed multiple times], he knowingly violated the law after being denied...
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If David Gregory had no intent of going out and committing a crime by possessing an illegal clip, then what about the millions of gun owners who have no intention of going out and committing a crime with legally purchased guns using the millions of guns in their possession. Perhaps the 2nd Amendment only applies to celebrities. But what Gregory demonstrated is that Americans can possess even an "illegal" clip and never have any intention of committing a crime. If Gregory truly believes in the "greater good" stuff, then he should plead at least nolo contendere when brought before a judge. Even MLK and Gandhi went to jail for their beliefs.
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