Don’t Shoot As I Do, Shoot As I Say.

Last year, Kellie Collins was running for the Democratic nomination to challenge incumbent Rep. Jody Hice, a Republican, for Georgia’s 10th congressional District.

Collins ran on a liberal platform including calling for gun legislation in order to protect people from gun violence.

Collins dropped out of the race for “personal reasons,” but it appears now one person people had to fear from gun violence was Collins herself.

Kellie Lynn Collins, 30, surrendered to authorities in McDuffie County on Tuesday and was charged with murder and grand larceny. The victim was identified as Curt Cain, 41, and found at his residence on the 3000 block of Old Powderhouse Road on Tuesday after his employer requested a well-being check.

An autopsy revealed that Cain had been shot and died due to loss of blood, according to Aiken County Coroner Tim Carlton. Cain is believed to have died on Saturday.

Think about that for a moment. The person who wanted to control other people’s Second Amendment Rights went out and shot someone.

Furthermore, she left the body in the apartment for four days and probably would have left it longer if the victim’s employer hadn’t called the police wondering where he was.

It is a possibility that he was married to her,” Abdullah told The State Thursday, saying that is being investigated, but confirming Collins lived with Cain in his Aiken apartment — where his body was discovered.

You would think that a dead body that had bled out in the middle of an apartment four days ago would, at the very least, been an inconvenience. People yell at kids for leaving toys in the way where they are walking. Imagine having to step over or around a body for four days.

The irony and hypocrisy here is astounding, to say the least.

Why is it that “gun control” advocates always demand gun control for others but not for themselves?

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