While on his campaign tour, anti-Second Amendment Democrat Aaron Goldstein stopped for a photo-op in a Chicago neighborhood. However, as soon as the smug liberal smiled for the camera, he received a perfectly brutal dose of his own leftist policy.
The go-to argument liberals use against pro-life opponents is “if you don’t like abortions, don’t get one.” However, don’t expect hypocritical leftists to apply this same logic to their campaign against legally owned firearms. With their ultimate goal of stripping law-abiding U.S. citizens of their Second Amendment rights, the left has launched a nationwide attack on both the firearm industry and its innocent customers.
Leading this campaign in his state, Democratic candidate for Illinois attorney general Aaron Goldstein has relentlessly smeared gun owners and the National Rifle Association (NRA), hoping to deliver even more rigorous gun control to his crime-ridden blue state. Although most anti-gun politicians often hide behind heavily armed security guards, Goldstein is one of the few leftists who actually lives by his strict gun control policy. Unfortunately, he got to see his inane policy in action firsthand.
Illinois attorney general hopeful and staunch gun control advocate Aaron Goldstein was posing for a photo-op in gun-controlled Chicago’s Albany Park on Thursday afternoon when he was suddenly robbed at gunpoint by 3 armed criminals who refused to follow the city’s strict gun laws, The Daily Caller reports. Since he was unarmed in accordance with his own gun control policy, all the emasculated liberal could do was stand there humiliated by his own principles as the armed thugs effortlessly stripped him and his camera crew of their possessions.
In a seemingly brutal dose of karma, Goldstein explained that he and his crew were posing on a street in the park to give the photos an “in-the-neighborhood kind of feel” when he came face-to-face with the consequences of gun control. According to the Chicago Tribune, Goldstein and his crew were luckily unharmed but refused to give detailed descriptions of their attackers, who they merely described as suspects between 20 and 24 years of age.