Skip to comments.Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense Kicked Out of San Antonio Target Store
Posted on 07/18/2014 7:49:02 AM PDT by rktman
A July 16 column describing the gun-banning efforts of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America reveals that a Moms Demand chapter was kicked out of San Antonio's Park North Target when they tried to hold a "Stroller Jam" in the store.
Store management kicked the gun control group out for "wielding signs and petitions in a 'distraction-free' shopping environment."
(Excerpt) Read more at breitbart.com ...
Because nothing helps your cause like creating a disturbance and purposely blocking the aisles in a store where overworked and busy people just want to buy some groceries and get the heck out.
‘Specially folks who are of the LUTFA mindset. Bothersome/meddlesome clowns. Leave us alone and let us shop. Good for the store manager. Of course he may lose his job over it.
What a bunch of idiots.
Men with guns appeared and cleared them out.
Using their children as human shields.
That’s real classy /s
Ugh. Can you imagine having one of these insufferable harpies as your mother? Barging into a store with their babies in tow, using them as props, screaming and chanting. Getting “in your face” with customers. Then whining when they are told to leave. I hope these “mom’s” kids see what liberal lunatics they are and grow up to be conservative.
How “palestinian” of them.
This clarifies Target’s position ...
Looks like they want to have a “No Politics Zone”.
To quote the leader.... “my ***** hurts”
When you look at who is behind many of the pro-nanny-state rallies, you can conclude that mothers are one of the most tyrannical groups in America. Mother groups always seem to want to ban something.
That’s just what I was thinking.
good for management
I am only surprised these zealots weren’t naked from the waist up and breastfeeding to score extra points
These women are such liars...
Patrick Wyatt McKinley
The shooting happened after a New Year’s party at a nearby house. McKinley and another teen, Patrick Denny, fought after Denny blared his car horn at another car blocking his path. McKinley called for Denny to stop. The two argued, and it escalated to fisticuffs. Then Sanders walked up with a .357 handgun to join the scuffle. He pulled the trigger. McKinley’s life ended and Richardson’s lifelong trial began.
Drugs and alcohol were involved.
After the shooting, Richardson immersed herself in advocating gun control and an end to gun violence. She became an outspoken member of the Million Mom March
She attended the group’s annual march in Washington on Mother’s Day. She met Sarah Brady, chair of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence
Richardson networked with U.S. Rep. Carolyn McCarthy, D-N.Y
Just weeks before Patrick was taken, during Thanksgiving break, Patrick rented a documentary called Bowling for Columbine and he was insistent that his dad and I watch it, he was on fire with this film. It was Patricks wish that everyone watch this film and discuss it.
Patricks mom is a founding board member of the Chapter of Murdered Children of VA Beach and is also a member of the Brady Campaign.
Patrick was born in Newport News, VA
While his mom and dads marriage did not survive
He lived near Rotterdam, Holland as a baby for two years
His mom remarried and Patrick was raised by his dad, David and mom, Jeanette
Patrick was a Buddhist
He was accepted to the Ringling School of Art and Designa world class institution in Sarasota, FL.
His best friend was Skylar, and he was looking for love at the time that he was killed.
In April, 2005, Patricks mom and dad welcomed a new baby boy Bryce Patrick into their lives.
Patrick had been visiting with a group of friends on New Years Eve, not far from his home in a beautiful suburb. He returned home with a small group of his college friends, a party down the street was breaking up as Patrick arrived to his home. Patricks murder was committed by absolute strangers. There was a car double parked in front of Patricks home when a vehicle from the party drove up behind it, and the driver started honking and yelling. Patrick approached the driver to tell him that the vehicle would be moved, and the driver jumped out and attacked Patrick, knocking him to the ground. The passenger then got out of the vehicle and assaulted Patrick from the back, and a struggle followed. Patricks friends tried pulling the two boys off of him, to no avail. Before they knew it, the passenger had called on his cell, then physically went back to the party to get a boy named Kyle. A few words were spoken after that, and then Kyle Sanders shot and killed Patrick with one hollow point bullet to the chest.
Just weeks before Patrick was taken, during Thanksgiving break, Patrick rented a documentary called Bowling for Columbine and he was insistent that his dad and I watch it, he was on fire with this film. It was Patricks wish that everyone watch this film and discuss it. Patrick was murdered with a stolen .45 loaded with hydro-shockbullets.
Drugs and alcohol were involved
Patrick Wyatt Mckinley
January 08, 2004
NEWPORT NEWS - Patrick Wyatt McKinley, 18 years old, was unexpectedly launched into a higher purpose, in front of his house, while fighting evil.
Good background info.