NYC's Eric Adams denies gun request from his old friend, the extravagant bishop robbed of a million dollars' worth of jewelry
· Aug 3, 2022 ·

The Rolls-Royce driving, million-dollar jewelry wearing, gay slur-slinging "bishop" who was robbed at gunpoint is still very upset that robbers named and claimed his bling at gunpoint a few weeks ago.

Bishop Whitehead has been criticized for his criminal past, flaunting his wealth and bilking congregants out of hard-earned money, and he hasn't exactly defended himself well.

In the "pastor's" latest stunt he's called in a favor to his "old buddy" and mayor of New York, Eric Adams.

From the NY Post:

Mayor Eric Adams rebuffed an eccentric Brooklyn bishop who called on the city to arm clergy members after he was robbed during a live-streamed service.

Adams issued a resounding "no" to his longtime friend Bishop Lamor Miller-Whitehead's pleas to issue gun permits to clergy members at an unrelated press conference Monday morning.

Miller-Whitehead, 44, urged legislators last Friday to introduce a law that would allow pastors and other members of clergy to arm themselves in order to protect their congregants.

Some kind of pastor.

He wants the law to allow HIM to carry a weapon (sorry to the rest of you little people).

And Adams, who is not a Second-Amendment-friendly mayor (to say the least), just straight-up rejected Whitehead's idea.

Adams has previously defended his relationship with the flamboyant pastor, stating that he has an "obligation to mentor other black men that had negative encounters in their lives."

Yeah, there's definitely no political motive here.

Just Adams being a standup guy and "mentoring" the prosperity pastor.

However, he shut down the clergyman's gun request with a one-word "no" when a reporter asked Hizzoner if it was a good idea that clergy members should be able to obtain gun permits regardless of their criminal histories.

Whitehead has served time! Of course he can't own a gun!

But Adams doesn't care about that, he's simply too anti-gun to even hint that it's okay for citizens to arm themselves.

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