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DC police investigating 'Meet the Press' incident. 30 RD. Mag.

 
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DC police investigating 'Meet the Press' incident. 30 RD. Mag.
"WASHINGTON (AP) — District of Columbia police say they are investigating an incident in which NBC News reporter David Gregory displayed what he described as a high-capacity ammunition magazine on "Meet the Press."

Gun laws in the nation's capital generally restrict the possession of high-capacity magazines, regardless of whether the device is attached to a firearm.

"NBC contacted (the Metropolitan Police Department) inquiring if they could utilize a high capacity magazine for their segment. NBC was informed that possession of a high capacity magazine is not permissible and their request was denied. This matter is currently being investigated," police spokeswoman Gwendolyn Crump said in a written statement. She declined to comment further on the investigation."

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Re: DC police investigating 'Meet the Press' incident. 30 RD. Mag.
It backfired on him lmao
A pissed off American veteran!
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Re: DC police investigating 'Meet the Press' incident. 30 RD. Mag.
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Re: DC police investigating 'Meet the Press' incident. 30 RD. Mag.
It was not a P mag, just an Aluminum 30 rnd.

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Here is a list of 8 things to look for when trying to identify false flag psychological operations.
1. Staged events usually receive immediate national news coverage
2. There is a political agenda behind the coverage (gun control)
3. The incident inspires intense emotions (Dead kids)
4. Initial media reports conflict eyewitness accounts
5. No dead bodies are shown to the public
6. Celebrities are used to influence the public
7. Presence of mainstream media manipulation tactics
8. The Federal Government give attention to a local story

Question Everything.

When any institution is infiltrated by liberals, that institution no longer serves it's original purpose and instead becomes a social engineering vehicle to push a far left fascist agenda. Liberty and liberals are like oil and water.
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I dont think it was a P mag, just an Aluminum 30 rnd.
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You are right.
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Re: DC police investigating 'Meet the Press' incident. 30 RD. Mag.
so now you can get arrested for empty magazines?

how about an empty box of bullets?

oh look, a toy magazine, arrest that kid.

a magazine about guns, arrest him too.
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so now you can get arrested for empty magazines?

how about an empty box of bullets?

oh look, a toy magazine, arrest that kid.

a magazine about guns, arrest him too.
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It's DC. Go figure.
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Report: NBC News anchor 'defied police'
'Meet the Press' host was told not to show gun clip on air


Read more at [link to www.wnd.com]
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