This woman is running for Jesse Jackson Jr.’s former Congressional seat in a district marked by low-information voters. She’s widely expected to win the seat by a comfortable margin, and it’s not surprising that she’s a low-information individual herself, making her a low-information legislator.
She was at a community forum recently and asked about right-to-carry.
Given the opportunity to expound upon her ignorance for all to know, she took full advantage of it.
She expressed her utter lack of reading comprehension, between stammering out a score of “uh”s, in explaining the recent Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals decision and then went on to blame the victims of the theater glory killing in Colorado last summer for not stopping the attacker.
“They had conceal and carry but nobody pulled out their guns.”
This ignorant witch apparently didn’t know that guns were prohibited in that theater, making it the only theater within 20 minutes of the reprobate glory killer’s apartment that was marked “no guns”. It wasn’t the biggest theater. It wasn’t the closest theater to the glory killer’s apartment. It was the only theater marked “no guns”, giving the killer a room full of sheep to massacre, instead of risking return fire from armed theater goers.
But low-information voter favorite Democrat Robin Kelly, on her way to become “their” representative, has no idea about this and instead blames unarmed people for not pulling out their non-existent guns. How disgusting and vile.
Imagine if someone had blamed the slaves for not pulling out their guns when they were sold into slavery hundreds of years ago, either in Africa or later in America… don’t you think Robin Kelly would find that a little disgusting and vile? I know we certainly would.
Robin Kelly: Conceal and Carry Failed in Aurora Shooting’s Gun-Free Theater
(Breitbart) - A Democrat running for Jesse Jackson Jr.’s seat in Congress attacked the idea of concealed-carry firearms by citing the victims of the Aurora theater shooting, who could not defend themselves in a gun-free zone.
Robin Kelly, candidate in the IL-02 congressional election, claimed Thursday evening that victims of 2012’s Aurora, Colorado movie theater shooting failed to “pull out their guns to kill the gentleman that did all the damage that he did.”
Kelly, who faces Republican Paul McKinley in the April special election to replace Jackson, was speaking at her own one-person candidate forum, which she had convened rather than attend an NAACP-sponsored candidate debate with her opponent. Kelly made the controversial statement while arguing against conceal and carry rights for the residents of her district and the state of Illinois.
She told the audience, “in the movie [theater], they have conceal and carry, but nobody pulled out their guns to kill the gentleman that did all the damage that he did.”