IMI Systems Quote of the Day: Prepare for a Throat Punch, 2A Supporters

Nicole Corning wants to punch gun rights supporters in the throat. courtesy

“I’m furious. Totally and completely furious. And I hope you are too. Consider yourself warned because the next person to tell me that gun control is a slippery slope and that will lead to only the ‘bad guy’ owning guns I’m going to punch them in the throat. Hard.” – Nicole Corning in Stop Waiting for the Next Vegas to Happen [via]

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  1. avatar No one of consequence says:

    Well. There’s a nice threat of violence and an invitation to a lawsuit for so much as a dope slap.

    Remind me again how I’m one of the violent, angry unstable ones?

    1. avatar uncommon_sense says:

      “Remind me again how I’m one of the violent, angry unstable ones?”

      I have a one word response: projection.

      Nicole Corning knows that she WILL act on her emotional impulses, so she assumes that everyone else will act on their emotional impulses as well. Unfortunately, this is an almost universal trait among Progressives, Democrats, Socialists, and Communists (but I repeat myself).

  2. avatar Cliff H says:

    Take your best shot, lady.

    Keep your lawyers on speed-dial.

    BTW: Who the hell is Nicole Corning and why should we care?

    1. avatar Snatchums says:

      I dunno, but Jackie Onassis called and wants her fucking coat back.

      1. avatar Gov. William J Le Petomane says:

        I was thinking HRC. Jackie O dressed way classier than that.

      2. avatar D.O. from CO says:

        And the adult film industry wants that necklace back

        1. avatar tsbhoa.p.jr says:

          she’s still trying to work up to the textured one…

        2. avatar Hipocratees says:

          I, um, gave her that necklace. Thank you very much.

          – P. North

      3. avatar JasonM says:

        Don’t disrespect the jacket. She earned it for being the Mary Kay saleswoman of the month!

        1. avatar John Dennis says:

          Don’t make fun. Haven’t you ever heard of the Mary Kay Commandos?

    2. avatar Pg2 says:

      Lol! Exactly.

    3. avatar Matty 9 says:

      True story, why does this peanut gallery bitch get coverage??

    4. avatar DDay says:

      She lives in AZ now but is originally from Lincoln MA, a VERY liberal boston suburb in massachusetts. So her views are just a typical liberals rants.

      1. avatar Aaron M. Walker says:

        Oh !!! Thank God, Massachusetts lost [-ejected-] a high and mighty Pro-Aggressive LibTard Bitch !!! Only 2.5 Million to go ! Sorry, AZ ….

        1. avatar John Dennis says:

          It’s trash like this that pollute the free states.

    5. avatar Ralph says:

      “Keep your lawyers on speed-dial.”

      I think you meant “keep your thoracic surgeon on speed-dial.”

    6. avatar uncommon_sense says:

      Cliff H,

      “Who the hell is Nicole Corning and why should we care?”

      Because Nicole Corning illustrates the typical mindset among Democrats, Progressives, Socialists, and Communists — who all ardently support civilian disarmament.

      It reminds us that seeking to cooperate with people who hold us in utter contempt is a foolish strategy. Correction: it reminds us that seeking to cooperate with people who have no reservations killing their political enemies is a suicidal strategy.

  3. avatar pwrserge says:

    What most people don’t get is that a throat punch isn’t assault, it’s attempted murder. It’s one of the few places on the human body where you can kill someone with a simple punch…

    But it’s going to be hilarious when she tries to punch the wrong person and gets shot in the face.

    1. avatar jwtaylor says:

      Although not considered attempted murder, strangulation or striking the throat intentionally is in fact a much higher crime in most states. In some states simple battery can still be a misdemeanor, but choking or striking a throat is a felony.

      1. avatar pwrserge says:

        Betcha I can get a jury to convict on an attempted murder charge if she actually punched somebody in the throat. It’s a direct act that causes serious risk of death from which intent can be inferred.

        1. avatar Geoff PR says:

          Yup, and the evidence that will convict her is the proof of premeditation she has shown in her blog post…

    2. avatar Rokurota says:

      She doesnt look like someone whose punch will do more than tickle. Save your bullet.

      1. avatar Snatchums says:

        It doesn’t take much when you’re getting punched in the throat. It’s not like you need a jawbone shattering Mike Tyson uppercut. Even if it doesn’t kill you, a quick jab in the throat is going to make you gag and gasp for air. It’s hard to fight anything when you can’t breathe.

        1. avatar Excedrine says:

          A man cannot fight if he cannot stand. A man cannot fight if he cannot breathe. A man cannot fight if he cannot see.

          These maxims are applicable to the vast majority of people. Most have little to no formal training or experience in combatives of any kind.

    3. avatar burley says:

      I wouldn’t shoot her. She’d wish I had, but I wouldn’t…

    4. avatar Mike in OK says:

      Maybe not shot, but would love to see the video where she tries to throat punch some dude and gets knocked the fuck out.

  4. avatar Gman says:

    2.In states that require background checks 47% less women are shot to death by their partners. Again nearly 50% reduction in gun violence. This isn’t a fantasy fairytale. This really happens .

    Ignoring for the moment this quote is linked to The Trace, which are the states that don’t require background checks? I’m a little unclear about that.

    3.In states that require background checks there are 53% less law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty. I’d really, really, really love to give the men and women who protect us and put their lives on the line for us a 53% better chance of coming home to their families after their shifts. And I can do it! I can support background checks.

    And here she lies again, no one puts their lives on the line to protect you or me. If you really want cops to have a better chance of coming home after their shift then let’s reduce LEO-citizen interactions by 90% and stop pulling people over for ridiculous vehicle infractions that we all know are fully intended as a supplemental form of government income.

    1. avatar Serpent_Vision says:

      Most likely the “study” lumped the few states with “universal” background checks together and compared them to the lump of all states without. If there are only two data points to look at, there’s no pesky variation in violence rates between states with similar laws to confuse the reader’s pretty little head.

      1. avatar Mark N. says:

        If the study referenced is the one I think it is, it was fisked here before. The study was one that was designed and implemented to come to a pre-ordained conclusion, with states that did not fit the “model” rejected, and the UBC staes were ntot actual states but a model as well. In other words, it was B.S. from the gitgo.

        1. avatar Serpent_Vision says:

          And, of course, it only looks at GUN homicides, rather than comparing overall domestic homicide rates; only women killed with guns matter.

    2. avatar burley says:

      Wait, I thought cops were racist murderers?! Which is it?

    3. avatar Ryan says:

      “In states that require background checks 47% less women are shot to death by their partners.” … yet another of the frequent manipulations of fact. Women might be shot less frequently by there favorite significant other, but I am certain that the rate of abuse is increased in other ways. More people are beaten to death by mens fists than are shot. Taking guns out of everyone’s hands does not take the crazy out of crazies. It just allows the abuse of the weaker innocent to occur regularly.

    1. avatar Shire-man says:

      Another millionaire “working mom” I see. The tupperware parties she and Watts throw must be epic.

      1. avatar Stagecoach Bandit says:

        Don’t be fooled. She settled two mortgages, one with her former employer, in 2011.

        1. avatar Ladd Boid says:

          So she’s settled 3 debts for about $200,000 less than she owed. She made out like a bandit screwing over those lenders, didn’t she. Who TF would want her as their financial advisor?

    2. avatar pwrserge says:

      Well, looks like she won’t be a “working mother” for very much longer. There’s a reason why you use a pseudonym when you publish threats of criminal acts online.

    3. avatar Huntmaster says:

      I graduated from the University of Amherst, I have two rescue dogs, blah, blah blah.

    4. avatar Dr. J. D. says:

      So she works for one of the largest criminal organizations in the country.

      1. avatar Ryan says:

        Amen to that! WF will definitely throat-punch you financially, and you don’t even have to antagonize them, just give them some personal information and start a checking account!

    5. avatar DDay says:

      Google her, she has a twitter account too. Guess what she was doing on Jan 21, 2017? Yep, at a women’s march protesting trump. So she’s nothing more than a typical leftist gun controller. Nothing to see here, just more of the same.

    6. avatar Anon in CT says:

      A “financial adviser” with a B.A. in Communications. I thought the degree you got for that was an “MRS” not a BA?

      Very smart of her to have an open profile on LinkedIn.

    7. avatar Stagecoach Bandit says:

      Email her higher ups and tell them about their employees propensity for violence.

      This being Arizona, I’m sure one or more of these men won’t be happy to hear one of their own wants to trample their 2A rights.

      Don’t forget to copy Nicole: [email protected]

      Senior Director: [email protected]

      Regional Manager:
      [email protected]

      Regional Manager:
      [email protected]

      Branch Manager:
      [email protected]

      1. avatar Boludaso says:

        I had fun with my email to everyone.

      2. avatar burley says:

        Thanks for this info, I penned a polite but clear message as well.

  5. avatar million says:

    is that a euphemism?

  6. avatar Plea says:

    “If I don’t get my way to end violence, well then, I will use violence to get it”. Try a throat punch, you’ll get those horse teeth knocked out.

  7. avatar Shire-man says:

    So she’s going to head right over to Pelosis office then?

  8. avatar Mark says:

    Investment banker…

    In the words of Doc Holiday…”Very Cosmopolitan!”

    1. avatar Shire-man says:

      According to the white pages:

      She owns two half million dollar homes located on the campus of a golf course.
      Definitely a “working mom” just like any other.

      1. avatar Andrew Lias says:

        She talks a good game but I doubt she’s punching anyone anywhere. Not with that much to lose. Short of maiming or killing someone attacking them she’d come out a lot worse than they would probably. Job loss, restraining order and lawsuit later the victim would have a nice chunk of change and she’d be looking for employment.

  9. avatar Tom in Oregon says:

    If the second amendment only means muskets, then the first amendment only means public speaking and physical print presses.she needs to STFU.

    1. avatar Boludaso says:

      Wow, how have I not read this argument before? THANKS

      1. avatar Geoff PR says:

        Public speaking *without* electronic amplification.

        No battery-powered bullhorn or speakers…

    2. avatar Ralph says:

      “If the second amendment only means muskets”

      If 2A only included period weapons like muskets, then it should also cover cannons, grenades and big barrels of gunpowder, no?

      1. avatar Snatchums says:

        Don’t forget swords and knives!

        I don’t understand why edged weapons aren’t given the same consideration as guns under the 2nd amendment. It says arms, not firearms.

      2. avatar RogUinta says:

        And warships (cf letters of marque).

  10. avatar Manse Jolly says:

    “….But high powered semi-automatic and automatic weapons are owned by madmen, militias, or as a hobby. If it is your hobby it’s time to get a new hobby. I totally get that you need some thrills so I suggest taking up sky diving, surfing or dirt biking……”

    I don’t get a thrill when I’m on the range shooting. I get calm, I get relaxed, I get zen..whatever you want to call it, but it’s not a thrill. It’s peace in my soul.

    ..And NO! I don’t need a new hobby, so bugger off stupid cat lady wannabe.

    1. avatar Ironhead says:

      Was going to say the same thing. Its not a rush. Its relaxing. Trying to hit a good grouping and getting it. I leave the range without a care in the world.
      Ive never had the urge to shoot anyone, nor have i ever wanted to.
      We are not madmen, or women. We are not the ones threatening violence….. like you are.

    2. avatar Joe R. says:

      Yes, but why you do it, and what you get from it, have nothing to do with why it’s a protected right. It’s not a doled privilege, and exercise of it (portions of that right) are as great a protection of the right as any support for free speech or civil rights.

      That the 10/01 gunman did what he did, or why he did what he did, also has nothing to do with your right, or its protections, or its importance, or that it needs to be exercised any more than normal to protect it (and if you do, the exercise of it should be directed at the people threatening the right).

  11. avatar Jonathan-Houston says:

    Oh bring it on, Suburban Housewife Spice. How about you start with Nancy “I hope so” Pelosi, who said as much just this past weekend?

    There are literally millions, tens, hundreds of millions of other people whom I wish you could ask about guns, governments, confiscation, consequences, and the slippery slope connecting them all, but you can’t.

    Maybe we could take their eternal silence as a loud and clear message as to the dangers of gun control?

  12. avatar Chip Bennett says:

    Someone threatening violence (as pointed out above: in a manner that constitutes attempted murder) is one of the very reasons that we defend and exercise our second amendment-protected rights: to maintain our ability to protect ourselves against such threats of violence.

  13. avatar Chip in Florida says:

    What’s the over/under in the betting pool for how much longer she is an employee of Wells Fargo?

    1. avatar pwrserge says:

      Lower if you DM them on Facebook. I am very disturbed that a company that has my business employs people who openly threaten attempted murder.

    2. avatar jwtaylor says:

      Not surprised at all that she is a Wells Fargo employee. Remember this is the company that ripped off hundreds of thousands of Americans for hundreds of millions of dollars. That company is as shady as they come.

    3. avatar Pg2 says:

      Wells Fargo, the bank that openly launders drug money? She’ll get a raise before she gets fired.

    4. avatar Curtis in IL says:

      There’s no good reason for a consumer to do business with a behemoth like Wells Fargo. Find a small community bank or credit union. Thank me later.

    5. avatar Boludaso says:

      We’ll find out after everyone in her chain of command get bombarded with emails. Make sure you send an email to her and her “superiors”.

      No longer will I stand silent.

  14. avatar C.S. says:

    It wasn’t very long ago that companies everywhere started buying into the Progressive ideology of corporate political activism. Any why not, when there was a socialist government at the reigns why wouldn’t anyone not install government approved executives and make corporate policy decisions to avoid further government scrutiny?

    Unfortunately, companies everywhere are finding out that all this Progressive inception isn’t good for business at all, it’s very bad for business. Instead of focusing on making money and making their customers happy, they’re seeing how easy it is to piss off and lose half their customer base getting pulled into political/social policy issues. Companies everywhere should rightfully root out and pink slip these Progressive executives and have them enjoy their Marxist dreams of employment through unemployment and food stamps.

  15. avatar DaveL says:

    You didn’t have to tell us. We already knew your kind is prone to irrational violence. That’s why we have guns.

  16. avatar Robby says:

    Good Morning Ms.Coring.
    My name is Cpl Punishment,
    This period of instruction is introduction to close combat .
    en garde!

    1. avatar pwrserge says:

      I’d just stand there and let her. She’s unlikely to actually hurt me and I could use a new house.

      1. avatar jwm says:

        You’d get arrested for assaulting her fist with your throat.

  17. avatar Rusty Chains says:

    This idiot woman believes that a musket isn’t powerful. What she fails to understand is that someone shot with one usually died. Other than the bone crushing power of a led slug that weighs about 500 grains traveling at 900 plus feet per second, the bullet would frequently carry bits of dirty, seldom washed clothing into the wound. Surgical procedures, knowledge, cleanliness, and germ theory were not on par with a modern surgery.

    And yes, Ms. Snowflake if you disarm the people, only the bad guys will have guns. Just look at the UK where gun crime has been climbing ever since the government took away the last of the guns.

    1. avatar burley says:

      And the four or five guys and the horse who happened to be standing behind the target…

  18. avatar coagula13 says:

    and this is how people get shot… play stupid games, win stupid prizes.

  19. avatar Merica says:

    This goes to show u how ignorant people are making threats without knowing someone could shoot you or shove a blade in ur throat if u damage their airway so they can’t breathe and die without quick medical attention.

    A throat punch is the equivalent of shooting someone….good-luck in court when u kill someone for saying words u don’t like… and ur forever butt raped in the big house.

  20. avatar Joe R. says:

    and . . . she smells.

  21. avatar Donkey in a dress? says:

    Oh, that face. How unfortunate. And she shouldn’t smile with her mouth open. Not a good tooth-to-gum ratio.

  22. avatar Boba Fett says:

    When someone starts making open, public threats of violence, you know they’re thinking clearly. Then, and only then, should you listen to their ideas on public policy.

  23. avatar neiowa says:

    Another idiot progtard
    In 1996 I put in nearly 100 hour work weeks (for real. Didn’t even know that was possible) while working for the Clinton Gore Campaign’s consulting firm. But I was working for someone I believed in.

    Stay home and take care of your kids bimbo

  24. avatar Publius says:

    And this, ladies and gentlemen, is a perfect example of projection. Liberals think that because they’re violent and want to attack anyone who disagrees with them, that everyone must be that way. However, if conservatives were half as violent as liberals claim, there wouldn’t be any liberals left to try and confiscate guns.

    1. avatar Andrew Lewis says:

      You know maybe it’s time we lived up to their expectations of us.

  25. avatar Jolly Roger That says:

    Hey Nicole – gun control is a slippery slope and that will lead to only the ‘bad guy’ owning guns.

    Come and get me. Or, as you millionaire “working moms” always do, send your goons to do he violence for you. Don’t want to get blood on your snappy pantsuit, do you?

  26. avatar former water walker says:

    Ummm…I see Marge Simpson in a pink dress. Just as whiny and threaten…

  27. avatar kap says:

    “Lady take your best shot” but be prepared in case Murphy enters the plot! you may reap the whirl wind!

    1. avatar MLee says:

      Who’s Murphy?

      1. avatar Serpent_Vision says:

        Most likely a reference to the eponymous law, warning the author that her intended throat punch may not have the outcome that she envisions.

  28. avatar st381183 says:

    Her comment section is open and usable through disqus. I think we should all educate her in a respectful way that her right to throat punch me is no more important than my right to defend myself from what is considered an aggravated assault and or battery.

  29. avatar Weskyvet says:

    I got somethin that’ll punch hger tonsils. Sorry had a Dirk Diggler moment.

  30. avatar TrueBornSonofLiberty says:

    Lol- that filthy hatchet wound is getting savaged in her own comment section. Drop by and say hi.

    1. avatar Mike B in WI says:

      Wow. I can’t even get discus to load over there. Are we all going over there at once? 😉

      And, btw, she seems to have some serious issues with reality by blaming the victims of the two Bills (Clinton and Cosby) in the other article.

  31. avatar MLee says:

    I wouldn’t suggest Nicole Corning be throat punching or otherwise assaulting 2nd A supporters. We’ve already had a gut full from our other blow-hard wind-bags favorites like Bloombag, Shannon Watts and that dried up California prune DiFi.
    Personally, I don’t give a flying coconut what gender she is, if she laid her stinky paws on me because of my support of our United States constitution and Bill of Rights, I’d slap her into next week.
    Who died and appointed her high and mighty??

  32. avatar Tom says:

    The thought that she is raising her two boys to resolve disagreements with this level of violence is why my daughters practice Krav Maga and carry guns.

  33. avatar Mr Lizard says:

    Who let her off the stripper pole?

  34. avatar Dyspeptic Gunsmith says:

    Once again, we see how the 19th Amendment was a terrible mistake.

  35. avatar Senior Gun Owner 1950 says:

    Deep well of ignorance
    Threatening attempted murder
    One punch one shot
    Another violent gun grabber gone.
    Justified homicide

  36. avatar Wiregrass says:

    I would avoid countering with a punch but it would be nice to get some practice blocking and applying an uncomfortable wrist lock to discourage her violent tendencies.

  37. avatar PeterK says:

    Does she not know how much more I want to find her and say this to her face now? Oy.

  38. avatar Kendahl says:

    Counting my contribution, there are only 41 comments on her spiel. Inundate the web site with more. I suggest statements about sacrificing victims of violent crime by depriving them of the ability to fight back.

  39. avatar Kenneth G Maiden says:

    B-ich, you’re a damn liar.

  40. avatar st381183 says:

    She is blocking pro 2A comments. She is a coward and knows that she is a loser in the market place of ideas.

  41. avatar Survivordude1090 says:

    5+ years of Krav Maga and Muay Thai under my (black) belt. I’ll snap your bones like a kindling you try it.

  42. avatar KARL says:

    A lot of guys would pay good money for that.

  43. avatar Bob999 says:

    Wow! She is threatening deadly force against anyone who disagrees with her. And the Progressives wonder why We The People value the 2nd Amendment.

  44. avatar joetast says:

    Stick a hard Gock in your throat,,,,,, beeeeotch.

  45. avatar jwm says:

    Barbie is going to punch me? I would have to pay big money for that at Mabel’s.

  46. avatar Your Mom says:

    Go ahead and take your shot bitch, let me know how it works out for you.

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