“Law enforcement sources in New Hampshire tell TMZ that a guy was at a police station for voluntary questioning on an unrelated case when he bragged he was [Taylor Swift’s] BF. What’s more cops say he went as far as showing them texts with a ‘Taylor Swift’ as the recipient.” Well now . . .
There’s nothing wrong with texting Taylor Swift is there? Nothing illegal about it. Unless you make some kind of threat . . .
Cops got suspicious when he started asking how many states he can drive through with a concealed carry weapons permit. He also told them he wanted a gun to protect Taylor in Africa. It’s unclear why he thinks Taylor will be in Africa.
It’s unclear why the man in questioning didn’t know about the safe passage provision of the Firearm Owners Protection Act. And why thought he could bring a gun into
a shithole Africa legally.
What is clear: famous people need armed protection, whether its concealed carry or armed security or both.
So why are so many — indeed most — celebs pro gun control? Mind you, Ms. Swift has been laudably silent on the subject, despite calls for her to speak out.
FWIW, her California security team can’t carry at her $17m Rhode Island retreat; the Ocean State doesn’t recognize any other state’s carry permit. Maybe I shouldn’t have written that . . .