Former pro boxer calls for ‘Muslim control,’ not gun control

Obama-terrorismLast week, David Lawrence, a former professional boxer once listed in New York Magazine as the 41st reason to love New York, said that instead of enacting gun control, the nation should “develop Muslim-control.

We should spy on their mosques and encourage the good Muslims to recognize that the terrorists are ruining their lives in their carnage of others,” he said.  “We should get the peaceful Muslims to rat on the terrorists.”

Calling Barack Obama a deluded, narcissistic, self-centered politician, Lawrence said the president “forgets that the criminals carry mostly illegal guns and that without citizens carrying legal guns our good people will not be able to defend themselves.

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Most of the shootings and decapitations these days are done by Muslims.  Forget gun control,” he said.  “It leads to giving the advantage to the murderers. Killers don’t care about breaking the law and carrying illegal guns.”

He added:

Don’t make the guns illegal.  Make the Muslim terrorists illegal.  Make Obama’s Muslim lovefest grounds for impeachment.

Lawrence’s entire post, which is making the rounds on the Internet, is well worth the read.

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