A 4 year old died after he was shot in the face in Kissimmee. His father was likely the one who shot him.

I knew it

His criminal record in Orange county shows 14 felony convictions for dealing drugs, 4 convictions for possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, and ten convictions for misdemeanor battery, domestic battery, domestic battery to a child, possession of drugs, and now he is facing another charge of possession of a firearm by a felon. So tell me, antigunners: how will making guns illegal keep this guy from having them, keeping in mind that drugs are illegal and he has no problems getting drugs wholesale to sell to others?

Other questions I would like answered: This guy has been a legal adult for 14 years. How in the hell is he walking around a free man with 18 felony and 10 misdemeanor convictions? He gets arrested two or three times a year. Consider that some of the J6 protesters are facing more than 20 years in prison for nothing more than trespassing in the Capitol.

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Tsgt Joe · March 11, 2023 at 10:39 am

The answer to your questions is simple. The J6 defendants are much more of a threat to the powers that be than some random black guy killing his own folks. It’s a sad fact that black folks only have value to the powers that be as a voting block or as an excuse for gun control.

    Big Ruckus D I'm · March 11, 2023 at 1:34 pm

    The fact this missing link has avoided a long stretch of incarceration for his prior raps also reveals that the “soros style permissive prosecutor” has been a significant problem for far longer than just the last couple of election cycles.

    This tendency towards excusing the criminality of such walking, talking garbage is an innate and endemic feature of probably the majority of prosecutor/DA’s offices across – I’d guess – the majority of large urban areas and even most mid size semi-urban/partly suburban areas. Areas that skew heavily rural may see better results, but probably not by much anymore with the constant drum beating over prison overcrowding, sentencing reform and (gasp!) da ebils of

    As an aside, callous as it is to say this, this soulless piece of shit probably did society a favor in the longer run. The kid would undoubtedly have been on the path to be a chip off the old block, given the quality parentage he was so clearly associated with. Now daddy’s little apprentice thug has had his mission cut short well before he could demonstrate his proficiency in the fambly bizniss. Yeah, I’m a heartless bastard, but go ahead and try to argue that wasn’t the outcome most likely to occur in about 10 years.

    These people are their own worst enemy. They are frequently also amongst our people’s worst enemies. But then those who have created and stoked this sub class of unrestrained savages through decades of social and political manipulation are a far greater threat to everyone, due to the subversive shit they are also scheming at behind the scenes. Like the anti-civilizational fucks who drafted that law eliminating the charger of murder 1 for those under 25 in Maryland that was posted about here yesterday. They are termites, always sneakily chewing out the structural strength from under a livable society until it collapses.

Enter Sandalman · March 11, 2023 at 2:41 pm

Life is cheap in the third world egalitarian equity uber alles turd Chiquitastan or FUSA.
Plan and prep accordingly.

BobF · March 11, 2023 at 3:02 pm

One might think that with all those charges he’d be a poor man by now because of lawyers’ fees. Or maybe he’s too poor for other reasons (lifelong victim, eh) and we paid for his defense every time. HOWEVER, plug his address into Zillow and see what kind of home, er, house, this happened in.

WAY past time to put this sucker away. For good.

    Big Country · March 11, 2023 at 6:22 pm

    Put his away!?! Time well past to give this pile of human-shaped garbage Stalin’s “noodle” a.k.a a small caliber bullet behind the left ear.

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