Delaware Mayor and Gun-grabber Enjoys Concealed Carry
April 4, 2013
The hypocrisy of the gun-grabbers knows no bounds. Dianne Feinstein has no problem ordering Mr. and Mrs. America to turn in their guns while brazenly admitting she had a firearms permit.
The same goes for Wilmington, Delaware mayor Dennis P. Williams, who is a member of New York mayor Michael Bloomberg’s Mayors Against Illegal Guns, a national campaign to restrict the Second Amendment under the cover of preventing the spread of guns the government insists are illegal and, of course, protecting the children.
Williams is a former cop with a Delaware concealed carry permit. He doesn’t carry when he is accompanied by his security detail, but packs when visiting tough Wilmington neighborhoods. He also carried a firearm on the House floor back when he was a state representative.
“Did John Wayne carry one in the cowboy movie?” Williams asked when quizzed about the firearm. He wouldn’t answer questions about the gun except to say “it’s a firearm that works.”
Delaware House Speaker Pete Schwartzkopf said he may look into banning firearms in the legislature after it was discovered Williams packed on the House floor. Schwartzkopf, however, gave the mayor a pass. “That’s Dennis. He comes from inner-city Wilmington, and it’s a lot of things going on up there,” he said.