That applies to you; that doesn’t apply to me.
Democratic Rep. Val Demings Tells Facebook Commenter: ‘My First Amendment Right Is Different From Yours’
On the evening of February 27, 2009, a man broke into former Orlando Police Chief Val Demings’ vehicle and stole her agency-issued 9 mm handgun as well as ammunition and several other items which were stored in a duffle bag…
According to the Orlando Sentinel.
“Although the vehicle’s remote was used to lock the vehicle, the doors were not physically [checked] to ensure the locks [had] engaged,” internal-affairs manager Dwain L. Rivers wrote in the four-page report. “Chief Demings accepts full responsibility and does not wish to contest the sustained finding.”
Demings was given a “written censure” that would “remain in her personnel file for three years.”
Fast-forward to 2017 — Demings is now the Representative for Florida’s 10th congressional district. On May 3, Demings posted the following to her official Facebook page:
When a commenter asked Demings if they ever found her stolen handgun and suggested that she be more responsible with her own firearms before talking about gun control for others, Demings offered a peculiar reply:
Huh. What does that mean: “My First Amendment right is different from yours.”
Cross-posted from The Daily Wire