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Gabby Giffords Husband Espied Purchasing an AR 15

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posted on Mar, 10 2013 @ 02:40 PM
we need to read between the lines with stories like this.

who/what is being made to look bad? what issues/questions are being raised
and what connected stories are open for re-investigation?

although most won't entertain the thought, the giffords shooting was certainly staged/faked
and her 'husband', one of a set of twin 'astronauts', is certainly aware of this, indeed
playing his own acting part everytime he pretends to be a spaceman..

all of the old must be revealed to make way for the new.
won't be long now.

((1)911 didn't make it into the story for no reason, you know.

...fakery fakery everywhere. and we lap it up.)

fakery makes the connections.

posted on Mar, 10 2013 @ 02:57 PM

Originally posted by ColoradoJens
reply to post by timetothink

Apparently he was proving "his" point that it is too easy to buy. I don't agree with his stance to begin with but really to equate this action to him really really deep down wanting a gun is absurd.


Agreed. Makes no sense. His wife makes headlines getting shot and subsequently leads huge gun control effort while her husband secretly has a gun fetish. [facepalm]
edit on 10-3-2013 by Mike.Ockizard because: (no reason given)

posted on Mar, 10 2013 @ 03:36 PM
reply to post by OutonaLimb

More than a few people believe that Judge John Roll was the intended target of Jared Loughner.

More than a few people have noticed that since Breakdance Obama entered the White House looking to Grab Guns that there are a lot of unexplained circumstances surrounding a lot of mass shootings.

But we pretty well can rest assured we're not going to be seeing any deep seated investigations....not even into the Fort Hood shooting by Nidal Hasan.

posted on Mar, 10 2013 @ 03:40 PM
reply to post by Mike.Ockizard

One of my first thoughts was, "Gabriel is going to divorce this guy before the week is over."

I mean, it was one thing that Kelly purchases a 1911 .45 semi handgun. But after Diane 'The Senile' Feinstein and Breakdance Obama made the AR 15 the poster child of Gun Grabbing, Kelly should've stayed as far away as the moon from ANY AR 15.

Now Kelly is saying he's going to leave the AR 15 at the gun shop. I don't know if he gets a cash refund. I'm wondering who will get the AR? No AR should be without a home.

posted on Mar, 10 2013 @ 03:51 PM
Now that the technology of 3D printing high capacity AR 15 magazines is becoming better and more common....

...and now that it is becoming more common knowledge that a woman can handle a low recoil weapon like an AR 15 better than a high recoil 12 gauge shotgun, like Joe Biteme suggested shooting either into the air or through a door.....

...and Jared Loughner used a 9mm Glock and not an AR 15.....

Why, there seems to be all kinds of reading between the lines. Like, how many magazines of what capacity did Mark Kelly plan to buy and use with his AR 15, before he got caught with his hand in the cookie jar making the purchase?

Inquiring minds wonder?

Never mind, this is stupid. Mark Kelly’s purchase of an AR-15 rifle as he refers to it as an “impulse buy” is a perfect example of futile politics. You know, people who argue a point that is wrong, even if they know it’s wrong, just to prove how stupid we Americans are for voting them into office.What’s your take? Why would Mark Kelly purchase an AR-15 and THEN when discovered claim he would turn it over to the Tucson PD?


Senator Lindsey Graham, a Republican from South Carolina, spoke out on Wednesday in defense of high-capacity magazines during the Congress' first gun control hearing in the aftermath of the Connecticut massacre.
‘Would I be a reasonable American to want my family to have the 15-round magazine in a semi-automatic weapon, to make sure, if there's two intruders, she doesn't run out of bullets?’ he asked. ‘Am I an unreasonable person for saying that in that situation, the 15-round magazine makes sense?’ wns-AR-15-assault-rifle.html?ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490
edit on 10-3-2013 by coltcall because: (no reason given)

posted on Mar, 10 2013 @ 04:03 PM
Are these people cracking under the strain of trying to defend the statement they make?

Of ALL the guns Mark Kelly could buy....and he did buy a .45......what demon made him reach for the AR 15 after Feinstein and Obama made the AR 15 the poster child of their Gun Grabbing agenda?

Did Mark Kelly harbor a secret subconscious desire to sink the Feinstein/Obama anti-Constitutional agenda? Does Mark Kelly secretly and truly believe in the Constitution of the United States? Does Mark Kelly feel trapped in an agenda supported by the communists and socialists that Mark Kelly secretly hates?

Which really should be no big deals and completely news unworthy.

He’s a sane and rational adult (well, as sane as a Liberal can be) who isn’t a convicted felon. He’s perfectly legal to own this particular rifle.

But he’s not just some random dude who wanted to own an AR-15, is he? He and his wife are making it their life’s mission to not just prevent anybody else from buying an AR-15, but if they had their way, it’d be illegal to own one or any other high-capacity semi-automatic weapon

posted on Mar, 10 2013 @ 09:26 PM
Violence begets violence.

posted on Mar, 10 2013 @ 10:29 PM
He should just shoot...

posted on Mar, 10 2013 @ 11:02 PM
reply to post by CristobalColonic

Yes. And being wimpy in the face of violence is asking for an arse whupping from some sadistic type bullies.

posted on Mar, 11 2013 @ 01:43 AM
Wouldn't have an AR-15. Shell casing/chamber taper isn't strong enough to promote reliable function/extraction. That's why so many countries imitate the AK-47. Stronger casing/chamber taper means quicker separation between shell casing and chamber and helps prevent jamming from slight dirt or other contamination. As to his excuse, given his security clearances and obviously high profile, he would have never been flagged anyway, so the excuse is BOGUS!
edit on 3/11/2013 by WAstateMosin because: Left out a word.

posted on Mar, 11 2013 @ 03:13 AM
Typical politician. They are NOT doing what is in the best interest of the citizenry, rather they push ideas like gun control because of political pressure, which usually involves lots of money changing hands. I think with the gun control issue, the higher ups who are applying the pressure are doing so with a nefarious idea in mind. So the actual conspiracy to disarm Americans, which is truly what the goal is, does not go past a few people at the top. They simply use whatever logic and means at their disposal, which is a lot of political pressure, to achieve their goal, while those under them have no real idea what the true purpose is.

I literally hate the idea of politicians in the first place, simply because of what US politics has become. This is not what politics was intended to be, and I will stand by my claim that there are very few members of Congress with clean hands. Politicians may go in honestly, but they come out quite corrupt, and somewhere along the way they lose their focus, which is to represent the interests of the people. And another problem is that people will start complaining to their politicians, and the politicians think that is what the people want.

This is wrong. Think of how many people are not complaining because there is nothing to complain about. This is how the majority gets screwed over by the minority, in my opinion. The bunch of crybabies who have no grasp on American government, and definitely do not understand or respect the Constitution, are the ones complaining about guns, failing to take into account the reason for the 2nd amendment. It is not so Joe Blow can shoot at targets on the weekend, or so someone can go out hunting. NO NO NO. The 2nd amendment is the main tool of American democracy. Once you understand that, there is absolutely no way you can call yourself a true Patriot and still want to see guns taken away.

And notice how this all started with "regulations," and not taking away guns? Well, no matter how many things come in between, it is obvious the goal is to disarm Americans. And since it is happening the way it is, with so many measures in between instead of outright confiscation, everyone should wonder who is pulling the strings, and who really is pushing this agenda.

posted on Mar, 11 2013 @ 03:43 AM
reply to post by Mike.Ockizard

Wow, you guys don't read or do your own research do you?

Before the shooting, Gabby was a proponent of the second amendment and they have both said in interviews that they own a few glocks.

He was in the navy, combat pilot.....

You think he doesn't like guns? Really?

MSM does a wonderful job.

posted on Mar, 11 2013 @ 04:42 AM
reply to post by timetothink

Make up any and every excuse your can think of.

But the facts are black and white, and there is no way in hell your justifications (or anyone else's) will change anyone's opinion on this.

Jan 30: Mike Gifford testifies for gun control before Congress.


Mar 5: Less than a week later, the avowed gun control advocate purchases 2 firearms, including an (ermahgerd!) "assault" rifle.

POS hypocrite, proving once again that in a liberal mind, laws that restrict freedom are for us, not them.

posted on Mar, 11 2013 @ 07:42 AM
reply to post by blamethegreys

Except, if the law he proposes passes, he will own an illegal gun.


posted on Mar, 11 2013 @ 09:34 AM
reply to post by WAstateMosin

The argument over which is the better rifle goes on and on and on.

Many prefer the .308 over either the AR 15 or the AK 47. It's all a matter of preference. Love the gun you are with.

The AR was thrust into the spotlight after Diane Feinstein was photographed holding on while calling it an assault rifle. Which it is not. The AR is semi-auto. But Diane 'The Senile' Feinstein made such a drastic fuss over how dangerous the AR looks. She has gone on a rampage to outlaw shotguns that have handles because they look too much like an AR, according to 'The Senile' Feinstein.

There's a rumor going round that in her younger days, 'The Senile' Feinstein had a torrid love affair with the barrel of an AR that sadly ended in a Greek Drama. She has since harbored deep resentment for the Armalite Rifle 15.

Yes. No, it makes no sense. That's because we are dealing with senile socialist Hugo Chavez wannabees in our government. Doddering politicians who know nothing of what they speak.

Which is yet another reason why Mark Kelly made crap on his own head by purchasing an AR, when he could have gone in search of a 'real' assault rifle.

posted on Mar, 11 2013 @ 09:40 AM
A list of all the guns that Diane 'The Senile' Feinstein look dangerous enough for her to ban for no other reason than their designs scare socialists out of their wits....and really, what doesn't send socialists into paranoid fits of fetal positioning terror?

posted on Mar, 11 2013 @ 09:49 AM
reply to post by coltcall

AS stated in the other thread.

He is a Jackass, both he and his wife.
This is like the idea of the husband buying the gun he wants, only to hide it from the restrictive wife.

Typical "Do as I say, and not as I do" Progressive mentality.

posted on Mar, 11 2013 @ 09:52 AM
reply to post by ColoradoJens

To easy????

He purchased a Legal Firearm through one of the Legal Avenues.

He is a hypocrite, plain and simple.

Please show me where in the Constitution it states that background checks are legal.

posted on Mar, 11 2013 @ 09:52 AM
When anyone mentions logic, socialists fall down and hurt themselves. Constitutional logic to a socialist is akin to a huge rattlesnake in the walking path.

Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-IL), a member of the Democratic Party’s leadership in the House of Representatives, suggested to Jason Mattera at a Feb. 13 women’s rights rally that plans for an assault weapons ban and private-sales background checks were only the beginning of a broader gun control agenda extending to handguns as well.

Schakowsky is another of the senile bunch in the Democrat party who insists that only socialists can rightly interpret the Second Amendment, or any other aspect of the Constitution. Here she insists that communities have the right to ban the Second Amendment.

Well, dang it that form of socialist logic, if communities have the right to ban the Second Amendment, then communities also have the right to ban any of Breakdance Obama's attempts to ban the Second Amendment.

Quid pro Quo....let's all go Tenth Amendment over the Second Amendment?

Schakowsky: Assault Weapons Ban 'Just the Beginning'

In another exchange, Schakowsky proposed allowances for states and municipalities to ban guns--though such laws have been repeatedly rejected by the Supreme Court:

Mattera: We’ll never get a handgun ban with the Second Amendment as stated.

Schakowsky: I don’t know. I don’t know that we can’t. And there may be an allowance, once again, for communities--I have communities in my district that prohibited handguns within their borders. The rights of municipalities and states to view that as a sensible way to keep people safe--I don’t think it’s precluded.

posted on Mar, 11 2013 @ 09:55 AM
reply to post by macman

I have suggested that Mark Kelly exhibited signs of being unable to pass a psychological test in a background check.

Is Mark Kelly suffering PTSD over his wife's plight?

And don't forget that Diane 'The Senile' Feinstein has stated in her opinion that military veterans are not psychologically fit to own guns.

Whew. What would we do without the surreal socialist circus in American politics, today?

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