US News Weapons, Family and Christmas Tree: The controversy photo of an American parliamentarian

13:47  05 december  2021
13:47  05 december  2021 Source:   leparisien.fr

Facing the mystery of the Long COVID, the National Assembly will examine a text to better accompany the patients

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La photo de Thomas Massie en famille est un plaidoyer pour la liberté à posséder des armes à feu. TWITTER/@RepThomasMassie © @REPTHOMASMASSY The photo of Thomas Massie with family is a plea for freedom to own firearms. Twitter / @ repthomasmassie Four days after the killing of Oxford high school, in Michigan, the photo shock. Saturday, a member of the US Congress posted on its social networks a "Christmas card" to the glory of weapons. Thomas Massie, Republican representative of Kentucky, puts in front of his Christmas tree with his wife Rhonda, their two sons, their two daughters, and the son-in-law of the eldest. All have a weapon by hand and a big smile on his lips. " Merry Christmas ! Santa Claus, bring ammunition please, "he wrote in legend. He gathered more than 60,000 comments, condemning for many of this staging, but also in a country deeply divided around the free movement of firearms and the constitutional right of each one to own one, thousands of "likes »Approach. Among the weapons, an adised eye can recognize a M 60-movable machine, an AR-15 semi-automatic rifle and a Thompson machine gun. Some semi-automatic weapons are designed to resemble fully automatic weapons such as machine guns that, according to the US federal law, are reserved for military and police. A civilian who has obtained a special license can nevertheless have one, if it was manufactured before May 1986. "Everyone in Kentucky is not an insensitive asshole" The American representative John Yarmuth, who chairs the Commission. Budget of the House of Representatives, sentenced the post of his colleague. "I'm old enough to remember that the Republicans shouted that it was insensitive to try to protect people from armed violence after a tragedy," wrote Yarmuth on Twitter. "I promise you that everyone in the Kentucky is not an insensitive asshole," he added, with reference to the murder of four high school students in Michigan by a 15-year-old student, Ethan Clumbie, to whom His parents had offered a firearm eight days ago for the promotions of the Black Friday. Rare in the United States: They have been charged with involuntary homicides while their son is matured in silence. Thomas Massie, 50, graduated, like his wife, of the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology, headquartered in the House of Federal Representatives since 2012. Libertarian Conservative - a very religious vision of liberalism that recognizes absolute right to property - it has been very much re-elected since. Nicknamed "Mister No" in the House for its propensity to oppose everything, even to the consensus proposals, it is a member of the Commission of Laws and said to have committed in politics to defend civil liberties, the law. to have firearms and intellectual property.

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