• Here it comes, stupid left-wing father blames handgun for dead daughter

    From Truth In Media Reporting@21:1/5 to All on Mon Oct 26 22:45:59 2015
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    Deer Andy Parker, would you rather have witnessed Vester Lee
    Flanagan cutting up your screaming daughter alive with an axe or
    chainsaw and posting the video to youtube? The crazy fag was
    going to kill them with whatever he could get his hands on.

    Andy Parker, the father of slain WDBJ journalist Alison Parker,
    is demanding that politicians restrict access to firearms,
    saying he will personally become a crusader for this issue if
    need be.

    "If I have to be the John Walsh of gun control and -- look, I'm
    for the Second Amendment, but there has to be a way to force
    politicians that are cowards and in the pockets of the NRA to
    come to grips and make sense -- have sensible laws so that crazy
    people can't get guns. It can't be that hard," said Parker in an
    interview with CNN's "New Day."

    Walsh created "America's Most Wanted" and became a prominent
    victims' rights advocate after his son was murdered in 1981.

    Alison Parker, 24, was a journalist with WDBJ in Roanoke,
    Virginia. On Wednesday morning, she and her cameraman, Adam
    Ward, 27, were gunned down during a live broadcast. The gunman,
    whom police have identified as former station employee Vester
    Lee Flanagan, also filmed the shooting and put footage of it up
    on social media.

    What generally happens after mass shootings is that politicians
    offer their condolences but wave off any calls for gun control
    or other legislative measures. They say it's too soon and not
    the right time. But with mass shootings happening nearly every
    week, this sort of response essentially puts the issue off

    Parker said Thursday that he doesn't want the country to simply
    sit back and give him time to grieve. He wants something to be

    "[P]oliticians from the local level to the state level to the
    national level, they sidestep the issue. They kick the can down
    the road. This can't happen anymore," he said.

    Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) called Parker Wednesday, and
    Parker told him he was going to be a "crusader" on the issue.

    "And I know that the NRA, their position is going to be -- I can
    hear it now. They're going to say, 'Oh gee, well, if they were
    carrying, this never would have happened,'" Parker said.

    "I've got news for you. If Alison or Adam had been caring an AK-
    47 strapped around their waist, it wouldn't have made any
    difference," he added. "They couldn't have seen this thing
    coming. So I don't want to hear that argument from the NRA, and
    you know that's going to happen. And I'm going to take it on."

    Parker made a similar call for action Wednesday night on Fox
    News, saying he was ready to "shame legislators" who oppose
    solutions like more background checks for gun purchases.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/andy-parker-gun- control_55df1a3be4b08dc094868b2b

    Illegal alien muslim Barack Hussein Obama seizes on this tragedy
    caused by one of his mentally ill homosexual, black ardent
    supporters, to wave the flags for more gun control.

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