Public Library Director Emails Police to Have Me Investigated for Writing a Song about the 2nd Amendment
This is almost too hard to believe, and if I didn't have the emailed proof, I flat out wouldn't believe it. Three days after sending Mary Weimar, director of Orland Park Public Library my complaint and FOIA request regarding the open viewing of pornography in her library and danger to children, she contacted the police to have them investigate a song that I wrote 3 years ago.
This is not a joke (although it is uproariously funny.) Weimar's entire argument for keeping her pro-public-porn policy is that it is a first amendment right (which it is not)! But she does not understand that writing pro-2nd amendment songs (or handing out fliers on public property) is an actual first amendment right. She's so worried about it, in fact, (and not about the guys masturbating in her library near children) that she notified the police to have them review my song about shooting a home invader.
Now, frankly, it's not my best song (I prefer November and who doesn't love my parody of the TSA?) so I'm a little less than thrilled that I have to publish it again, but it's further proof of how unhinged these people are that three days after being notified of gross misconduct in their library they turned their full attention toward discrediting, defaming and investigating the messenger.
Here's the song that so concerned Director Weimar that she had to notify police to investigate me. I have never been contacted by the police about this matter, proving that at least one government entity in the Village of Orland Park is not full of insane people.
THIS JUST IN! Dinging in my inbox approximately 30 seconds ago, Chief McCarthy's written response to Director Weimar about the constitutionality of my 2nd amendment song. Stay tuned. This is just getting better and better. Until tomorrow...
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