Eugene Delgaudio: "This Is the USA Today: Philadelphia Area Anti-Gun Gay Mayor Disarms City, Attacks Young Man At Gunpoint Demanding Homosexual Sex"
The mayor of an Philadelphia area (Pennsylvania) town works to disarm the population and then uses 3 guns to is charged with an attempt to compel an unarmed minor to force the victim to have homosexual sex with him at gun point.
"This Mayor James Schiliro actually makes Barney Frank look like a moderate who "only" solicited sex from Congressional interns and "only" hosted through a roommate a homosexual house of prostitution, "says Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate.
The headlines in the Philadelphia and other news sites "Cops: Anti-gun mayor demanded sex at gunpoint Accused of firing into wall when underage boy refused demands"
Worldnetdaily and other news sites reports:
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's "Mayors Against Illegal Guns" organization was revealed last fall to include a long list of mayors who, because of their convictions, were no longer eligible to own weapons themselves.
Now another embarrassment has surfaced for the organization.
According to a report from the Second Amendment Foundation, Mayor James Schiliro, of Marcus Hook, Pa., now is facing a long list of charges for allegedly trying to force an underage boy to perform sex acts - and then firing one of three handguns he grabbed at a wall when the boy refused.
"Mayor Schiliro is one more example of why we started the 'Gun Owners Against Illegal Mayors' campaign," said Alan Gottlieb, the organization's executive director.
"He joins recently convicted former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, and recently indicted former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin, both of whom were MAIG members."
SAF launched its campaign last fall, and "the list keeps growing," Gottlieb said.
"Schiliro's case is not only bad, but bizarre," Gottlieb explained. "He's been charged with false imprisonment, unlawful restraint, reckless endangerment, serving alcohol to a minor and other crimes, and he also allegedly used more than one gun in this incident, in which at least one shot was fired.
"The allegations against Schiliro creeped me out. With associates like this, I can understand why Bloomberg doesn't trust people with guns," Gottlieb said.
Philadelphia Area News Media reports