Delegate Lee Carter (D-VA-Manasas) is a drama queen.
The “pro-gun” people that terrorized Richmond yesterday probably don’t realize that all they did was tag team with fascists, strengthen the liberals’ resolve to pass gun control bills, and force the most gun-friendly Dem (me) to not show up for a day.— Lee 🎆 Carter (@carterforva) January 21, 2020
Idiots. Absolute idiots.
Carter is a second term delegate representing the 50th House District in
Virginia. According to Wikipedia, he defeated incumbent House Majority Whip Jackson Miller in 2017 and then won reelection in 2019. He is also an avowed socialist and has been endorsed by the Democratic Socialists of America. He has characterized himself as “to the left of where the Democratic party [is]”.
Carter served in the US Marine Corps from 2006 to 2011 as an IT specialist. It seems his only overseas deployment was to Haiti. Despite his young age, 32, he seems to have trouble staying married as he has been married and divorced three times.
Prior to the Lobby Day rally, Carter went on wild on Twitter according to WRVA Talk Radio.
Remember, it’s all about being open-minded and listening to each other for the Left.
Virginia Del. Lee Carter (D-Manassas) went on a Twitter tirade over the weekend, telling people on multiple occasions to “shut the f**k up” and accusing police of making threats of violence against him over the Second Amendment rally at the Capitol.
Like I said, a drama queen.
Before Lobby Day, Carter allegedly received “death threats” on social media and then went into hiding at a “safe house” according to the British paper The Guardian.
Carter, says he has been so concerned about the death threats that he has started openly carrying a handgun to protect himself.
On Monday, when tens of thousands of gun rights activists will converge on the state capitol in Richmond for what is expected to be a volatile demonstration against the new gun control bills introduced by Virginia Democrats, Carter said that he plans to be in hiding, at an undisclosed location, concerned that he might be a target of violence even in his own home.
Right. Guns for him but not for thee and me.
Carter obviously has long forgotten the oath he took when he enlisted in the Marines. Like many socialists, he believes in guns, free speech, and the right to assemble for himself but not for thee.