David Gregory won’t be prosecuted for displaying high-capacity magazine on “Meet the Press”
Rarely will you see a prosecutor accuse a suspect of clearly and knowingly breaking an “important law” and then decide he deserves no punishment whatsoever, not even spending a weekend afternoon raking leaves in a city park. But then D.C. law enforcement has better things to do, like putting veterans on trial for transporting their guns through the city. Exit question: What other contraband are journalists allowed to possess under the journalism exception to the D.C. penal code? Does it matter if their political agenda lines up with Washington’s or is this a nonpartisan thing? We’ll know when Chris Wallace dumps a brick of coke onto his desk on “Fox News Sunday.”
Update: Turns out Gregory and his wife are social acquaintances of the D.C. AG. How ’bout that.
Does this seem like justice to you? If so - you and I have vastly different conceptions of what constitutes just treatment of Americans.