Condoleezza Rice Explains How the Second Amendment Protects Minorities
The discussion on guns has become more muddied than Hillary's bath water. Trump fired off a few rounds of volatile comments about taking people's guns away. Without due process. Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice explains why that's a really bad idea. Also, she shows how guns protected black families.
The left claims to champion all things minorities. Yet taking away all the boomies from humans endangers women and minorities. Here's how:
“So when White Knight Riders would come through our neighborhood, my father and his friends would take their guns and they’d go to the head of the neighborhood, it’s a little cul-de-sac and they would fire in the air, if anybody came through."
“I don’t think they actually ever hit anybody. But they protected the neighborhood. And I’m sure if Bull Connor had known where those guns were he would have rounded them up. And so, I don’t favor some things like gun registration.”
Well, looky here, guns helped. Imagine that. Certainly all peoples can agree a ban on guns is even more harmful to victim culture than mansplaining. Feminists can't overpower a male attacker alone. Especially if the SJWs can only lug their 300-pound frames to a brisk walk. But a .38 Special makes quick work of a rapist.
A gun ban, in any sense, is an American atrocity. If one portion of the Constitution is up for reform, the rest is also vulnerable. Kaput. Dead as Chelsea Handler's dating life. Buybacks negate the safety of minorities and women. You'd think progressives would care about this.
Guns protect people. They always have. If leftists really cared about people, they would examine the history of guns. Including the level playing field firearms provide for all Americans. For the single mom living by a crackhouse. For the minority college student in the hood. They help innocent people gun bang the gangbang.
The left is confused on what guns can and cannot do. Do thyself a favor, and refrain from spewing their same uninformed babble: