Once again another person had to include slavery in the mix, this time the issue is gun control. Lord knows, playing the race card is getting rather tiresome and then some. When, if ever, will the leftist twits like Carlee Soto every learn that?
Anyway, here’s what she had to say this morning on Fox via this report:
Carlee Soto, sister of schoolteacher and Newtown shooting victim Victoria Soto, told Fox News Sunday’s Chris Wallace about her disappointment at Congress’ failure to pass gun control earlier this year, and her dedication to advocacy on her sister’s behalf.
“It was extremely hard to watch these members of Congress come in and vote no on something so sensible,” Soto said, referring to the Senate’s defeat of the Manchin-Toomey gun control bill in April.
“It’s a background check, and it only takes 90 seconds. It’s not preventing anyone that should not have a gun. It was hard for that to happen, and to see it happen. But like President Barack Obama and Vice President Biden told me: no one ever thought slavery would be abolished, no one ever women thought women would have rights. I believe that we will have sensible gun laws in the future.”
Wallace asked if Soto’s advocacy kept her too close to the tragedy.
“There are definitely days when I don’t want to do this, I don’t want to speak on camera, I don’t want to talk in front of a group of people,” Soto said. “But my sister can’t do that. There’s so many people that can’t be advocates, and I know I can.”
Watch the full clip below, via Fox News:
Now folks, Larry Pratt of Gun Owners of America was on the same show right after her spiel and had some words to say about this issue. You can watch him, and read what he had to say via this link.
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