How does that saying go? Oh, yes. Do as I say, not as I do:
In a stunning criminal complaint, State Sen. Leland Yee has been charged with conspiring to traffic in firearms and public corruption as part of a major FBI operation spanning the Bay Area, casting yet another cloud of corruption over the Democratic establishment in the Legislature and torpedoing Yee’s aspirations for statewide office.
Yee and an intermediary allegedly met repeatedly with an undercover FBI agent, soliciting campaign contributions in exchange for setting up a deal with international arms dealers.
At their first face-to-face meeting in January, “Senator Yee explained he has known the arms dealer for a number of years and has developed a close relationship with him,” an FBI affidavit says, noting Yee told the agent the arms dealer “has things that you guys want.”
Let this percolate in your noggin for a little bit.
Like so many gun-grabbing politicians that have been arrested in recent years, Yee seems to have been intent on disarming the law-abiding, Yee was merely making life safer for his criminal allies.
The next time you see a citizen control cultist, take a long, hard look at them, and ask yourself why they are so intent on passing laws that only disarm those who are not criminals.
Update: This is rich.
A year after Sandy Hook, let us recommit ourselves to working towards a safer society for all of us.
— Leland Yee (@LelandYee) December 14, 2013
I wonder if he was sitting on a case of RPGs when he tweeted that.