Well, That’s a Sweet Idea

May 28, 2015 By: Juanita Jean Herownself Category: Uncategorized

With Open Carry, Campus Carry, and even a new law with this little thing in it —

What’s called ‘Constitutional Carry’ in Texas was a sure thing to pass but because of the idiot amendment slipped in at the last minute forbidding police from requesting to see a gun owner’s license if they are open carrying a firearm, police chiefs are urging Gov. Greg Abbott to veto the legislation.

— all we need is the craziest man in Texas running stuff.

Kory Watkins, who appears to be unemployed and mildly hysterical, is a full time gun toter.  He stuck his foot in the office door of Texas House Representative Pancho Nevarez, a Democrat who opposes open carry, and threatened his life.  Hence, the #FootInDoor tag on his posts.

Now he’s not stopping at Poncho.

From his Facebook page —

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Y’all, really.  When this session is over, I’m gonna so damned relieved that Republicans have to pack up their crazy and take it home with them.

Thanks to Heather for the heads up.

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21 Comments to “Well, That’s a Sweet Idea”

  1. Charlie says:

    That guy has the look of a deeply flawed person.

  2. Yup, that’s a scary face. So why wasn’t he jailed for threatening a legislator?

  3. I’d just like an explanation of how liberty = carrying a deadly weapon everywhere every minute of every day, but if someone who thinks that way tried to explain it to me, I think I’d start bleeding from the ears. I don’t know what they’re so afraid of.

  4. My idea of freedom is not being afraid to walk out the door and get shot by some wingnut like this doofus.

  5. Debbo, obviously because his skin is the right color, would be my guess…

  6. @Charlie

    And he has the look of a dude who’s gotten off his meds and thinks he’s ok without them. He’s not.

  7. Nothing like threatening the lives of elected officials to convince me that I should let you openly carry a gun. Silly me, but you shouldn’t you try to convince me that you are sane and responsible enough to do it? If I think you belong in a padded room I’m not going to be inclined to support your cause. Of course, I’m just silly that way….

  8. Essentially Watkins is behaving like a toddler in the check out line next to the candy stand. Of course this guy has a gun, but in Texas so do a number of toddlers.

  9. Mark Schlemmer says:

    I doubt I will get any takers here, but I would be willing to bet the farm that Kory has permanent “shrinkage factor” issues that he is compensating for. Really does look the part . . . . .

  10. Kory, honey, you are one dude in serious need of meds. The only reason you are so hung up on constantly carrying a gun is that you are actually afraid of yourself and then transfer that fear to the rest of the world. Now go apologize to the legislator you threatened and make it a sincere apology. That would be a good, decent start. There is actually hope for the rest of your life without the dependence upon a piece of lethal metal.

  11. UmptyDump says:

    As the Bandidos may be asking, “Why wasn’t Kory in Waco when we needed him?”

  12. TruelyTexan says:

    So I think the next logical step, to uphold the Constitution, is for the government to be required to provide guns to all its citizens. Although most of these morons seem to skip over that part, the first 4 words of the second amendment are “A well regulated militia…” The state or feds (once everything in DC is all white er, right again) should hand out our weapons, train us, and provide ammo for practicing. Of course there will be the sticky situation that the minorities will also be armed (darn civil rights). Unless they go by Texas voter registrations. Those have already been “cleansed”.
    I personally want the biggest, most manly gun they have. I am getting older and am not sure my Obamacare covers little blue pills.

  13. Old Fart says:


    Doesn’t his threat constitute assault?

  14. Lorraine in Spring says:

    Remember, Kory Watkins has a criminal background record so he can’t get a conceal carry license. That’s why he wants OC so badly.

    It seems people need to protect themselves from Kory himself.

    I also heard he’s working as a bartender at an Olive Garden somewhere, so avoid OGs until Kory is in a nice, safe place. Like prison or the local mental hospital.


  15. Is that the guy that says he is from Texas and always wears a Noo Yawk stingy brim?

  16. Karla Furr says:

    What intrigues me about full-time agitators like this guy,is the burning question….how does he LIVE from day to day,especially if it’s true that he’s currently unemployed?Does someone else remain committed to support him? Does the NRA send him a stipend for his “work?” How is there even gas money for him to travel to his “events?” Food money? Cash for boocoo guns and ammunition to show off in public? Don’t get “how” he lives.

  17. e platypus onion says:

    Watkins looks like he screwed his ear to the same board fence as the sign.

  18. @Karla: Wondered about the same thing. But apparently you are allowed to spend your welfare checks on guns and ammunition.

  19. Corinne Sabo says:

    That dude is whack.

    Glad I don’t work at UTSA anymore. The students who don’t get the financial aid they want….

  20. maryelle says:

    So he’s an ex-con threatening people with his gun, which he’s not supposed to have. Jail this monster ASAP!!!!!!!

  21. “….how does he LIVE from day to day,especially if it’s true that he’s currently unemployed?”

    karla, I wondered that very same thing myself. and he’s not the only one. there seem to be lots of people like mr. Watkins, agitating for the stripping of women of their rights, getting rid of any kind of controls on lethal weapons, etc., who have no visible means of support either. who is paying their bills and why?