How Many Rape Victims Equal One Bump Stock?

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What do you have to do to be sentenced to life in prison in Massachusetts?  Rape?  Sexual assault of a minor?  Manslaughter?  Nope.  Just owning a bump stock.  That’s right – the same thing you can make out of a belt loop.  THIS is liberal logic at its finest, folks.

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In the summer of 2017, a Massachusetts man convicted of child rape and animal abuse was sentenced to 10 years in prison.

33-year-old Gary Rose was convicted of sexually and physically assaulting his girlfriend’s children, fatally poisoning the family cat, and kicking the dogs to the point of severe injury.

10 YEARS.

Under a new Massachusetts law, if you’re found to own a bump-stock, you face LIFE IN PRISON.

In January of this year, a 23-year-old man was sentenced to state prison for 2 ½ to 3 ½ years in state prison followed by three years of probation.  Kyle Spencer was convicted of three counts each of rape of a child by force and indecent assault and battery on a child under the age of 14

Under a new Massachusetts law, if you’re found to own a bump-stock, you face LIFE IN PRISON.

Last month, a Massachusetts man was sentenced to 14-15 years in prison for his role in the death of a woman after she was found shot and stabbed to death in 2015.

32-year-old Tyrone Gomes pleaded guilty to manslaughter.  He’s also serving 20 years for an unrelated federal drug offense.

Under a new Massachusetts law, if you’re found to own a bump-stock, you face LIFE IN PRISON.

And so I have to ask … how many women do you have to rape to get life in prison?  How many children’s lives do you have to ruin?  How many bodies have to be left?

Eh.  Who cares?  All that really matters is whether or not you own something that, until a week ago, has been completely legal.

 

Kyle S. Reyes is the Chief Executive Officer of The Silent Partner Marketing, co-host of The Whiskey Patriots and the National Spokesman for Law Enforcement Today. Reyes is also an acclaimed keynote speaker on patriotism and leadership, entrepreneurship and marketing by storytelling. You can follow him on Facebook.

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