Mayor Predicts ‘Waco-Style’ Standoff Over NY Gun Laws

Before It’s News – by Live Free or Die

Gloversville, New York mayor Dayton King has come out strongly against new New York gun laws, dramatically predicting that they will lead to a ‘Waco-Style’ standoff between law abiding New Yorkers and ‘the law’ attempting to take away guns from them.

“Most people are law-abiding citizens and may go ahead and sell those or turn those over, but you’re going to have a fraction of people that are going to take a stand, and I can just predict a Waco-style standoff in some rural area and it’s not going to end well,” said Mayor King.

7 thoughts on “Mayor Predicts ‘Waco-Style’ Standoff Over NY Gun Laws

  1. I don’t know why he thinks it will be limited to rural areas. Urban dwellers may have fewer guns, but apparently he’s never seen someone get hit with a brick thrown from the roof of an apartment building.

    Wasn’t there a General Molitov who defeated a column of tanks with soda bottles filled with gasoline? (father of the “Molitov Cocktail”)

    You don’t need an “assault rifle” to join the party.

  2. GAG!

    Most law abiding citizens, if they really are LAW abiding citizens, will tell the control freak sociopath Cuomo that the US Constitution is the supreme law of the land, and it specifically states “the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall NOT be INFRINGED”. Therefore the law abiding citizen will obey the law of the land, and not the illegal and unconstitutional scat-piles emanating from the NWO wannabees

  3. The mayor fears “a fraction” of guns owners won’t turn their guns in resulting in a Waco incident? Hey pal you better check your math, since when is 65% of people NOT turning in their guns …a fraction.

    1. He just failed to mention that it’s a very LARGE fraction, that’s all.

      Also, I’m thinking it’s going to be more like a Custers last stand(off), and we’re the Indians.

      The Branch Davidians didn’t fare too well in their “standoff”, so I don’t particularly care for THAT analogy.

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