‘Punk Kid’ Plays Democrat AG To The Tune Of $21,000 In ‘Gun Buyback,’ Mocks Her Office

In this Wednesday, March 25, 2015, photo, Internal Revenue Service Special Agent In Charge Jonathan Larsen, holds a Smith & Wesson .38 Special during an interview in Mountainside, N.J. The gun belonged to IRS investigator Michael Malone, the man who went undercover to infiltrate Al Capone’s gang in the 1930s and eventually brought down the feared mobster. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

At a glance

  • New York Attorney General Letitia James‘ taxpayer-funded so-called gun buyback event last month was a mockery of when a self-described “punk kid” earned $21,000 for printed-off gun parts.
  • The man said he printed off enough parts for 110 firearms and then drove six hours to Utica to participate in the program, which Kem has ridiculed as noneffective.
  • Kem ruthlessly mocked the braggadocious AG.

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