'March For Our Lives' Protester Arrested for Murder. With a Gun
The March for our Lives has been consuming the news feeds since the weekend. Lots of young people and not-so-young people chose to congregate to squeal en masse against the Second Amendment. Many of the marchers have been making headlines. Like Al Sharpton's brother, who was sent to the slammer the following day. For participating in a murder. Go ahead, take a guess as to the type of weapon used.
Rev. Al Sharpton’s half-brother was charged with murder in a Sunday shooting death in Alabama after participating in Saturday’s anti-gun “March For Our Lives,” according to a report.
Kenneth Glasgow, 52, was arrested along with another man after Breunia Jennings, 23, was shot in the head in Dothan, Ala. Authorities said Glasgow, an ex-convict, was the driver of the car linked to Jennings death. The passenger of the car Jamie Townes, 26, was also arrested and is reportedly the alleged shooter, the Dothan Eagle reported.
On Saturday, Sharpton's brother was all about banning the scary guns. 'Cause "life is precious" and stuff. Then, not twenty-four hours later, he's wheelman in a drive-by. Maybe he supports gun control so he won't have to worry about his victims shooting back. Allegedly.
We already showcased hypocrites at the march with their pro-abortion "my uterus is more regulated than your gun" signs. "Children have an unalienable right to live! Unless, of course, it's like a really inconvenient time for us to be mothers." Those were hypocritical enough. Then Sharpton comes along to say "Hold my gun, I'll drive."
Pro-tip: if you're scheduled to march against guns, make sure your personal assistant erases your "Armed Car Jacking with Kenny" from the calendar. Otherwise, things get awkward.
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