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Anti-gun columnist (that was denied gun sale) thinks child porn is better than legally owned guns

These people have very messed up minds. What the hell kind of comparison is this?!?!? Only in the mind of a warped individual can you minimize child porn but make legally owned guns worse.


https://twitter.com/neilsteinberg/status/1534480954412130306?s=21&t=Xp7gDh1rZZ8c3sbUrpHuVA


What’s wrong, Neil? Home owning/gun owning minorities trigger you too or something?




These people’s (like Neil) minds are messed up. Then again, maybe Neil is just mad that he got denied a sale, something that doesn’t happen to us “gun nuts“. Article from 2008:


https://www.chicagomag.com/Chicago-Magazine/June-2008/The-Last-Round/


His claim to being the city's most famous drunk stems from an incident in September 2005. It all happened so quickly, and yet it had been building to that moment for a long time. Late at night, Steinberg was arrested on a domestic-battery charge for striking his wife—for slapping her because she said she was afraid of him and she started to call 911. He was also charged with interfering with the reporting of a domestic battery—that happened when he ripped his kitchen phone off the wall and hurled it across the room. Steinberg was immediately placed on leave from his job. He announced through the Sun-Times that he had been drinking before the domestic-battery incident, and that under court order, he would be entering an alcohol-recovery program.

Article from 2016:


https://www.wdbo.com/news/local/sun-times-columnist-denied-gun-sale-due-alcohol-abuse-domestic-violence-charges/0AGXjrp6BSRhgjBa9ka39L/


Chicago Sun-Times reporter, columnist, and editorial board member, Neil Steinberg is anti-gun having written in the past,"...Guns are a kind of mastubatory aid of millions of Americans who imagine themselves supermen."
Steinberg says he wanted to show how easy it was to buy the same type of gun used in the Orlando terrorist attack, so he went to Maxons Shooters in Des Plaines, Illinois.
Long story short, after choosing a Smith & Wesson Model M&P15 Sport, a beginner level AR-15 semi-automatic weapon with a 30 round detachable magazine, the gun store ran a background check on him, and refused the sale.
According to the clerk, Steinberg copped an attitude saying, "...you sell to terrorists, you sell to insane people, but you won't sell to a reporter?" After pressing them as to the reason, he was told it was because of his background check revealed a history of alcohol abuse and domestic violence.
You see, Mr. Steinberg has somewhat of a colorful past.
Sun-Times columnist and editorial board member Neil Steinberg could face jail time if he is convicted of domestic battery charges related to an incident involving his wife.
Steinberg, 45, of Northbrook, Illinois was arrested in his home after his wife, Edie, called 911 and reported abuse, said Sgt. Michael Keady of the Northbrook Police Department. Steinberg spent the night in jail and posted bail.
Edie Steinberg had first tried to call emergency services on another telephone, but Neil Steinberg hit that phone out of her hand, causing minor injuries, Keady said. She was able to call 911 on another phone, he said. Steinberg was charged with one count of domestic battery and one count of interfering with the reporting of domestic battery. Both are misdemeanors and carry sentences of up to a year in jail, Keady said.
After completing alcohol treatment, the charges were dismissed. Which is the reason he was able to get a FOID (Firearms)card in Illinois. While Steinberg filed to have the arrest expunged, it’s unclear if that has taken place as it’s still within the Cook County system and can be looked up.

These people are f**kin nuts.