Moms Demand Action recently held a Firearms 101 Presentation in the great state of New Jersey. The New Jersey Second Amendment Society helpfully documented some interesting apparent law violations that the Moms’ firearms expert committed during the educational event.
It’s almost as if guest speaker Scott Pappalardo wants to go to prison for the rest of his life. Let me count the ways.
I love incarceration enough to have an unlawful “assault weapon” in the state of New York.
Because everyone wants an illegal short-barrel rifle; and I suspect he didn’t file the required paperwork in advance. But Clyde’s BAR was, at least, still fully functional, unlike Pappalardo’s newly-smithed weapon of war.
Alas, prison failed to embrace me, so I must prove my love again, this time in New Jersey. I love prison time so much, I’ll take three counts of possession of a high capacity magazine.
And two illegal 80% lowers!
Sweet prison, take me! I even brought an illegal “dagger or dirk.”
Despite not being a famous NBC program host waving a high capacity magazine around in Washington, DC, Pappalardo’s passion for prison remains unrequited. Denying his best efforts at getting himself arrested, the ATF, New York State Police, and New Jersey have failed to indulge his lust for the lockup.
You might get the impression that the law isn’t intended for them. Besides, that’s different because shut up.
Perhaps our lovelorn loser has one more shot at prison romance, along with the MDA New Jersey organizers. If the Moms did any fundraising during their little How To Break ALL The Laws 101 get-together, they may have just made themselves criminally liable by qualifying as a firearms trafficking network.
For a full accounting of all the laws that were apparently broken in the making of the Moms Demand Action educational event, see the New Jersey Second Amendment Society’s full coverage here.