Pfleger has a history of being far left on just about everything so I thought I’d dig up a video to show you an example. The guy is buddies with our delusional gun grabbing president too. Pfleger and Rev Jackson should try and help the black community in Chicago and not point the finger at guns for the troubles and violence. It’s like blaming the fork for why you’re fat…
Here the Obama shill throwing Hillary under the bus in 2008 during her presidential run against Barack. Something tells me Barack sent Fr. Pfleger out to do his dirty work again with this gun control issue…it is a hallmark of the Obama presidency to bring Chicago politics to Washington and delegate the dirty work to others like this crazy nut job below:
On June 6, Reverend Michael Pfleger listed recent shootings in heavily gun-controlled Chicago then said the NRA “will pay for the murder of our children.”
He was joined by Reverend Jesse Jackson and the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence president Dan Gross.
Pleger, Jackson, and Gross rallied outside of Chuck’s Gun Shop, where Jackson recently rallied for the ban of guns already banned in Chicago.
Pleger began his speech at the rally by pointing out that ten persons were shot and three were killed on the night of June 5 alone. He then said, “I’m not a gun grabber, I’m a life lover,” after which he pointed to Chuck’s Gun Shop and said, “And I love life more than the death that they are perpetrating.”
I’m just tired, tired of the NRA. Tired of them prostituting themselves and buying politicians in this country. I’m tired of gun manufacturers and John Riggio from Chuck’s making money off the blood running down our streets, and our children laying in cemeteries. While they live in gated communities where there are no gun shops like Chuck’s.
I’m tired of funerals of babies, while [the] NRA, manufacturers, and Chuck’s, run to the bank making profits from death.
Pleger said we need to “make gun ownership responsible,” that we need to “title guns like cars.”
He ended his speech by calling out the NRA specifically, saying:
At the end of the day you can argue with us [and] you can call us names, but you got to deal with God. And the blood of our children is on your hands. And you will pay for the murder of our children.