Rapper Who Performed at ‘March for Our Lives’ Has Run Into the Law For Gun-Related Crime Last Year (Video)

Democrats motto is- Never let a crisis go to waste… The truth is- Democrats are using Stoneman Douglas High School shooting for political propaganda. It is clear that they see this tragedy as an “opportunity” to promote their political ideology. They will keep using any reason to take control of Our Right to bear arms and will not stop until they do.

The far left organized a March for Our Lives which was held today in several cities in the US, where liberals and Hollywood elites were marching for gun control and making the assumption that those 17 victims who lost lives in Parkland shooting would have wanted stricter gun laws.

A lot of celebrities supported the march. One of them was Vic Mensa who even performed at the “March For Our Lives” he performed a song dedicated to the “unarmed black men and women killed by police weapons.”

 

It turns out Mensa had problems with law enforcement last year. TMZ reports the rapper was pulled over for a traffic violation but was arrested for having a gun in his car without a permit, as required by California state law.

He informed the police that he had a gun with a concealed carry permit; however, the permit was from a state that California does not recognize.

Mensa was sentenced to two years’ probation, with the second count of carrying an unregistered loaded firearm being dropped.

So why does he get to tell us about gun crimes?

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