Father Of Slain Boulder Cop Says Son Would Be 'Deeply Offended' If Death Was Exploited For Gun ControlChris Menahan
Mar. 26, 2021
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The father of slain Boulder police officer Eric Talley pushed back against the Biden regime's move to exploit his son's death to disarm Americans by telling the media his son was a strong supporter of the Second Amendment who owned an AR-15 and would be "deeply offended" if his death was used to promote gun control.
From The Daily Mail, "Father of Boulder cop, 51, who was killed in supermarket massacre says his son was a Second Amendment advocate who owned an AR-15 and would be 'deeply offended' if his death promoted gun control":
Boulder police officer Eric Talley, 51, was killed Monday after responding to the scene of the King Soopers massacre, which also saw nine others shot dead.Biden said he would use executive action to advance gun control during his first press conference on Thursday and insisted it's just a matter of "timing."
In this case, the "timing" is right after 10 White Americans were massacred by an imported Syrian Muslim "refugee."
The FBI failed to stop the massacre despite having the shooter on their radar, no doubt because they've been busy spending all their time vindictively throwing Trump supporters in prison on trumped-up charges and raiding military veterans and terrorizing their families for protesting at the Capitol.
The push for gun control also comes as the Biden regime is throwing open our border to hundreds of thousands of "refugees" from countries they're at war with and distributing illegal aliens throughout the country without so much as a court date.
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