Marine describes death threats for writing ‘No ma’am’ letter

When U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) said she would introduce legislation to place a ban on assault weapons, former U.S. Marine Cpl. Joshua Boston did not sit idly by. Instead he penned an open letter to the Senator that has gone viral gaining mass attention.

In response to Boston’s letter, Feinstein released this statement:

“Senator Feinstein respects Cpl. Boston’s service. She has heard from thousands of people — including many gun owners — who support her plan to stop the sale, transfer, importation and manufacturing of assault weapons and large capacity magazines, strips and drums that hold more than 10 rounds.  As Senator Feinstein has said, the legislation will be carefully focused to protect the rights of existing gun owners by exempting hundreds of weapons used for hunting and sporting purposes.”

On Monday, Cpl. Boston spoke out on Fox News about why he wrote the letter. While he said he has received generally positive support, he finds it disturbing that some are “calling for my death because I am member of the NRA.”

 


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36 thoughts on “Marine describes death threats for writing ‘No ma’am’ letter

  1. Jeff says:

    Maybe you remember this phrase Mr. Ted. "You are in need of a plexiglass bellybutton mister, with your head so far up your ( ! ) you'll never see the light of day without a porthole". So when you crash and burn, remember someone told you so.

  2. As the owner of a preparedness business (ready made resources) I am so impressed with this young that I will send him an AR-15 from DPMS at no cost. My business has a Federal Firearms License and I will send it to any other FFL holder so it may be transferred to him. If he reads this or if anyone can get him word all he would have to do is contact me.

  3. Alma says:

    Feinswine was once mayor of SF, back in the 80s, before that she was on the City council. She asked for SF citizens to turn in their handguns, and over a period of time the SFPD reported a grand total of 3 guns turned in. Then an intrepid reporter attending a meeting noticed that Feinswine herself was carrying–she opened her purse and he noticed a small revolver. This was reported the next day in a column. What a hypocrit!

  4. Eaglesnester says:

    Hum———-In 1776 my 50 caliber Kentucky Long RIfle was considered an assault rifle. Wonder if Feinstein still considers my rock lock an assault rifle.

    Cheers & Tighter Groups: Eaglesnester

  5. Eaglesnester says:

    One more thing the Peoples Republic Of

    Cookafornia has outlawed the very rifle that helped Americans win their independence from Great Britan at Valley Forge and Bunker Hill simply because it is a 50 caliber. Never mind it is a black powder muzzle loading flintlock and is only capable of firing about 3 to 4 rounds a minute from a very skilled rifleman.

  6. Patty says:

    You are a good man

  7. Sam says:

    Well there Ted in my opinion you show about as much intelligence as a wad of belly button lent! The second amendment had nothing to do with hunting or target shooting. It was writen to assure that we would be able to overthrough a corrupt Government such as the one we have right now. So simple logic wich I don't think you or any of the gun control idiot's have would state that we would need any and all the armes and armament that our corrupt Government has in order to protect our freedom and our Constitution.

  8. fandancy says:

    I'm shocked! Shocked! That he would be on FOX to air his viewpoints supporting pro gun rights.

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