Sunday, September 22, 2013

GUN LOBBYIST SHOOTS SELF TO PROVE A POINT

THE NATIONAL GUN RIGHTS DEBATE TOOK CENTER STAGE IN BRIDGEPORT LAST EVENING  WHEN SECOND AMENDMENT ACTIVIST  DAZZEL  RASCALI TOOK THE PODIUM AT A DINNER RALLY AND ENDED UP SHOOTING HIMSELF

BRIDGEPORT Mn.


To show the attendees at the gun rally that
 guns don't shoot people, people do, Dazzel Rascali
 shot himself in the head. Miraculously the
 bullet missed his brain and he will recover.
The Bridgeport Maiden Hotel was the meeting place last night for an NRA sponsored dinner/fund raiser.  Over 40 attendees dined on breaded lobster fish sticks and french fries while enjoying a Paul Revere and the Raiders cover band. Outside the hotel an anti-NRA group marched in the street handing out pro marijuana pamphlets. 

After dinner and one last song request for the band, the meeting's main speaker, Dazzel Rascali, 42, took the stage to welcome those in attendance.  Rascali, a well liked gun lobbyist is known for his unorthodox methods of getting his message across.  Tonight was no different.  Midway through his presentation, after fielding a question about the mass shootings across the country, he pulled out a Glock pistol and to the astonishment of the diners, held it point blank to his head. "Guns don't kill people," he said, "people do."  With that he pulled the trigger, blowing away most of his head.  He took two steps backwards and fell to his knees before falling over in a heap. 

Women in the audience cried and men moaned, their dining experience ruined witnessing Rascali's life changing event.   The hotel Chef rushed up on stage and kept Rascali company until paramedics arrived and took him away.  Most thought he would not make it to the hospital, but would learn that  miraculously the bullet had missed his brain and doctors gave him an 86% chance of recovery, although the reattachment of his ear was given only a 12% success rating. 

OFF THE WALL NEWS was able to briefly talk with Rascali this morning.  He was resting comfortably and drinking a Dr.Pepper.  The last thing he remembered about last night was the cover band playing "It's Just Like Me", a Paul Revere hit from the '60s.
He wanted everyone in Bridgeport to know that he would be back to finish his talk,  he wants to end peoples fear of guns for good.  OFF THE WALL NEWS will be there.





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