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I need to report a crime, however I’m not sure which agency to call; local, state, or FBI.  Let me explain..

Within the past several days or so, up in the “People’s Republic of Cambridge, MA,” in the land of Senator “lieawatha,” a graduate student named Leyla Pirnie, attending “hahvud” did what countless thousands of other students do during holidays such as Thanksgiving; she went home to spend some time with her family.

When she returned, she discovered that her roommates, all six of them, decided that they had the right to violate her privacy and her rights by searching her room; going through every square inch, looking for a gun that they were certain she had “lurking” waiting to jump out and shoot one of them.  You can read the the original article here.

(Leyla Pirnie)

They were certain that she had a gun in the room because as one of them admitted “We saw that you had a MAGA hat and come on, you’re from Alabama … so we just kind of assumed that you had something.”  So, of course, they somehow decided that committing what looks a lot like felony Breaking and Entering to me; and at very least aggravated trespassing, (if there is such a thing) was the appropriate course of action.  Not that it was any of their business in the first place, but I imagine that none of them considered simply asking her.  No, of course not; in the land of the “indian queen,” “bawney fwank,” “teddy, (the car wash king from Chappaquiddick)”, and so many other shameful politicians, liberals believe they can break any laws they deem necessary to advance their agendas and fantasies.

The fact that they did find her very legally owned firearms is secondary to the fact that they broke the law in searching.  Not to mention how dangerous it might have been.  What if they came across one of the firearms while tossing this and that and it was loaded and somehow discharged, and maybe one of these precious princesses got seriously injured or worse?  Whose fault would that have been?  In the bastion of liberalism known as the State of Massachusetts, they would more than likely have pointed a finger at the victim of this privacy invasion.

As if all of this wasn’t bad enough, it also, I believe, rises to the level of a Federal Crime under RICO because these poor little children got their landlord involved who, being a self-righteous anti-gun thug himself, essentially has told her that if she doesn’t incur the expense of moving out right immediately, during the busy Christmas season, in the cold, and while she’s trying to study for her finals, the other girls might move out leaving her to shoulder the entire monthly rent of $6K.  I can hear this little puke now, “it would be a shame if a pretty young girl like you had to pay all that rent or found herself alone…”

By now, I would imagine that this poor woman, a student minding her own business, would love nothing more than to wake up tomorrow and find out that this was just a very bad dream; however the truth is that instead of just being able to quietly go about her business and study for her exams, she is instead embroiled in what will likely be a huge battle for hers and our rights in a city and state that is very intolerant of anything not on the agenda of the left.

While I do not expect “hahvud,” where they almost allowed a “satanic mass” on their grounds a few years back, to do anything, much less the right thing and stand up for this girl while expelling her criminal roommates before they climb the next rung in their lawless careers, I would hope that We the People rally around this young patriot and support her in any way that we can.

If all goes well for them, maybe her roommates will wind up rooming with an illegal alien who has been given a free ride to what was once a respected institution of higher learning, because they love that sort of thing up in the PROC.

If all goes well for We the People and justice, maybe her roommates and landlord will wind up with some free room and board a few miles north at the “Middlesex Jail and House of Correction”.  At bare minimum a severe fine that even the best “server” job will take years to pay off is called for.

David DiCrescenzo
David DiCrescenzo
David DiCrescenzo was born and raised in the Boston area and has found success at a number of occupations over the years ranging from Executive Protection Specialist for a bank CEO, to a construction manager, and small business owner. Always keeping a keen eye and ear to local surroundings and world events, coupled with his mixed experiences, David has developed a strong sense of discernment with regards to the world landscape. Transplanting himself from Boston to Florida in 2003, and utilizing his unique and often times laser perspective, David opines and reports on a variety of topics ranging from his strong Christian faith, the political realm, world events, and sometimes all three combined. Offering no apologies, David is a defender of solid conservative principles and values, and is a dyed in the wool American Patriot.