In November I told you how New York State Sen. Kevin Parker and Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams proposed legislation that would incorporate social media accounts into background checks for gun buyers. From my post:
“The pair of bills would empower the New York State Police and local departments like the NYPD to check three years of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat activity for anyone applying for a gun license in New York, Parker said.
“How much is it going to cost in human lives if we don’t start checking people’s social media and trying to get a good sense of their understanding?” Parker said.”
Well guess who wouldn’t pass a background check based on THEIR OWN Twitter account? The good State Sen. Kevin Parker.
According to Daily Caller, yesterday Parker tweeted (then deleted) to GOP staffer (Deputy Communications Director, NYS Senate Majority) Candice Giove telling her “kill yourself.”
And the subject that enraged him so to tell her to kill herself? A bike lane.
The good senator tried to apologize saying, “I sincerely apologize. I used a poor choice of words. Suicide is a serious thing and and should not be made light of.”
Yet he then continued on harassing Candice Giove.
See Parker’s Twitter timeline here.
Classy as usual demorats.
And you Sen. Parker just failed to pass a background check under your desired rules. Yet we all know YOUR rules only apply to us PEONS, not the politicians who make the rules. HYPOCRITE.
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