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Moms Demand Action member almost kills people while breaking the law

Updated: Dec 9, 2019

Just in. This woman (an active member of Moms Demand Action that thinks she knows best about gun laws):

Just did THIS!!!

A Frederick County Board of Education member was issued two citations, including using a hand-held cellular device while operating a vehicle, after she was found at fault in a three-vehicle crash Saturday afternoon on Shepherdstown Pike.
Lois Amsel Jarman, 59, of Knoxville, who was appointed to the school board in January, also was cited for failure to control speed to avoid a collision, according to the Washington County Sheriff’s Office.
Jarman was driving a 2017 Lincoln MKX west on Shepherdstown Pike when her vehicle struck the rear of a 2000 Honda that was attempting to turn left onto Taylor Drive, according to the sheriff’s office.
The Honda was forced into the eastbound lane and crashed into a 2016 Chevrolet Equinox, the sheriff’s office said.
The driver of the Honda — Riley Jason Simmons, 18, of Keedysville — was taken to R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore. A spokesman for the center said Monday that Simmons was discharged from the facility.
The driver of the Equinox — Gordon Scott Mills, 46, of Thurmont — and two occupants, Michelle Showe, 35, of Thurmont and a 13-year-old juvenile, were taken to Meritus Medical Center near Hagerstown.

The major irony in all of this?

Students’ cellphones across Frederick County could be silenced for the entire school day if a proposed policy change is adopted.
Board of Education member Lois Jarman submitted a request on Monday for the board to discuss the school system’s student cellphone policy and possibly implement a new one, requiring all students to keep phones “off and away” during school hours.
The item is being added to the board’s meeting calendar for sometime this fall.

She thinks she knows what we gun owners need to do, yet can’t follow simple traffic laws and endangers people while driving her assault vehicle. She injured and 18 year old and a 13 year old. They could have been killed, but her phone was more important (and it was against the law for her to be using it while driving). Once again, these people want to impose rules on others, but ignore rules (laws) themselves.

At least she didn’t kill anyone, unlike the other gun control supporter in Texas last week (killed her children and then herself with a gun).


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