Gay girls gone wild: Bill O'Reilly's lesbian fantasies.
Unrelated to the following, an actual pink firearm that I found at www.jimsgunsupply.com.
A national underground movement of pink pistol packin' lesbos runnin' around, attacking het doods, and forcibly "indoctrinating" straight chicks into the lesbian lifestyle? As Paris Hilton would say, "That's hot." Sadly, it's not true, though when I first read the lead on this article by former New Times staffers Susy Buchanan and David Holthouse, damn if it didn't sound like some shenanigans the PHX's own Pussy Posse might get up to. Well, save for the part about messin' with jail bait and commitin' felonies.
The piece "The Oh-Really Factor," published by the Southern Poverty Law Center's Intelligence Report, debunks at length this bogus bit of lunacy as recently reported by a credulous Bill O'Reilly on his Fox News show. Here's a taste of the Buchanan-Holthouse article:
Titled "Violent Lesbian Gangs a Growing Problem," the segment began with host Bill O'Reilly briefly referencing for his roughly 3 million viewers the case of Wayne Buckle, a DVD bootlegger who was attacked by seven lesbians in New York City last August. Deploying swift, broad strokes, O'Reilly painted a graphic picture of lesbian gangs running amok. "In Tennessee, authorities say a lesbian gang called GTO, Gays Taking Over, are involved in raping young girls," he reported. "And in Philadelphia, a lesbian gang called DTO, Dykes Taking Over, are allegedly terrorizing people as well."
The article has the YouTube of the O'Reilly Factor show segment embedded in it. The thing's fucking hilarious, especially because O'Reilly is so patently gullible as he speaks to this laughable "Fox News crime analyst" Rod Wheeler:
O'Reilly asked, "Now, when they recruit the kids, are they indoctrinating them into homosexuality?"
"Yes," Wheeler answered. "As a matter of fact, some of the kids have actually reported that they were forced into, you know, performing sex acts and doing sex acts with some of these people."
Flabbergasted by the sheer depravity of it all, O'Reilly nevertheless forged ahead. "I never thought of this," said the host of the "no-spin zone." "It makes sense that, if you had lawless gay people, they would do this kind of thing. You associate homosexuality more with a social movement, not a criminal movement. But you're saying this is all over the country, detective?"
"It's all over the country," Wheeler replied. "I mean, you go from New York to California to wherever you want to name, you can see these organizations." Next came the pink guns. "Now, the other thing, too, that our viewers are going to find very, very interesting, is the fact that they actually carry—some of these groups carry pink pistols," Wheeler said. "They call themselves the pink-pistol-packing group. And these are lesbians that actually carry pistols. That's 9-millimeter Glocks. They use these. They commit crimes, and they cause a lot of hurt to a lot of people."
Holthouse-Buchanan go on to reveal that this is largely exaggerated A-1 bullcrap, and they further report that this Rod Wheeler guy was, according to a Washington Times article, kicked off the DC Metro cops for smokin' the good ganja. Though Wheeler tells them he was later exonerated.
Interestingly, there is a national gay gun rights group called the Pink Pistols, and as you might imagine, they're mad enough to spit. Is there a local chapter out there in the Zona strapped with fuchsia firearms? Inquiring minds want to know.