Legal Gun-Owning Harvard Graduate Evicted Over Legally Owned Guns
You wouldn't always know it, based on the attitude of entitlement held by anti-gun pecker brains, but Americans actually have the right to keep and bear arms. Just as they have the right to say whatever they gosh darn please even if those words offend the spineless masses. Yet people who hate guns feel morally superior for not having guns and exercise their perceived, moral superiority by oppressing people who legally own guns. Take this young Harvard graduate, who while out of her home, had her roommates scour her room in search of guns.
Massachusetts landlord told a Harvard University graduate student that he wanted her to move out of her apartment because her legally owned firearms made some of her roommates uncomfortable.
"Since it's clear that Leyla wants to keep her firearms, it would be best for all parties if she finds another place to live," Dave Lewis, president of Avid Management, said in an email to the household obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.
I'm not a lawyer in my home state nor in Massachusetts, so I'm not clear on the landlord tenant laws regards evicting a legal gun owner just because some of the roommates have a boo-boo on their feels. Okay? Okay.
But why do the emotions of "Deez guns make me feel icky inside" broads matter more than the woman who legally owns guns in a country with the right to own guns?
Wait, it gets worse. You may wonder why the roommates were suddenly struck with the need to play scavenger hunt for Leyla's boomsticks. Check this out:
"A few weeks ago, I came back to my apartment from a weekend trip and was confronted by one of my roommates who asked if I had guns in the house," she told the Free Beacon. "After being told far too many lies to count, my roommates finally admitted that they searched my closet, under my bed, and all of my drawers in pursuit of finding my guns."
Brief interruption: this means the roommates didn't even KNOW for sure if Leyla was packing heat. So they couldn't actually be uncomfortable with the thought of guns in the house as they weren't sure there were guns in the house until they tore apart their roommate's room in search of suspected guns.
"When I asked them why they were in my room to begin with, they each came up with completely contradicting stories (none of which made any sense), but one comment struck me in particular: ‘We saw that you had a MAGA hat and come on, you're from Alabama… so we just kind of assumed that you had something,'" she said. "I asked why they didn't just call me and ask me before intruding. One of the girls responded that fear took over her body and she felt compelled to search my room until she found proof… I cannot make this up."
Leyla girl, you don't need to tell me us about how unbelievable your anti-gun roommates behaved. Nor that they felt compelled/entitled to search the room based on nothing but the "hate symbol" which is the MAGA hat.
Again, I'm not sure on the landlord tenant laws, but if I'm Leyla, not only am I talking with a lawyer, I'm looking for a new house filled only with like-minded individuals. A house which will stand strong against a sudden outbreak of a zombie-strain.
I've never once had roommates, but being on board with each other's life styles, up to and including "Where do y'all stand on the Second Amendment?" should probably be discussed prior to moving in. For the gun owner's protection. I wouldn't want to live with three to four other people who had it out for me simply because I was exercising my Second Amendment right. Like it or not (I don't like it), gun owners are targets and we need to be careful.
But make no mistake, Leyla was the victim here, not the perpetrator. Her guns did nothing wrong. She did nothing wrong. Her roommates, however...