Why This Sexual Assault Survivor Is an Advocate for the Second Amendment

Why This Sexual Assault Survivor Is an Advocate for the Second Amendment

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When Kimberly Corban was a 20-year-old student at the University of Northern Colorado, a man broke into her Greeley, Colo., apartment and sexually assaulted her for nearly two hours.

Now, nearly 10 years later, Corban not only works with other sexual assault survivors, but also has become an advocate for the Second Amendment.

In an interview with The Daily Signal at the Conservative Political Action Conference earlier this month, the mother of three talked about the importance of gun rights.

 

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our individual right to keep and bear arms is hanging in the balance
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hello i’m Jennifer is armed with this week’s news minute from that I Institute
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for legislative action with justice scalia tragic passing there’s no longer
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a majority of support among the justices right individual right to own a firearm
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for self-defense for justice is believed law-abiding Americans have that right
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and four justices do not president Obama has nothing but contempt for the second
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amendment a law-abiding gun owners he is already nominated to the supreme court
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justices who oppose the individual right to keep and bear arms and there is
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absolutely no reason to believe he has changed his approach now the judicial
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record of Obama’s nominee to the Supreme Court merrick garland show that he does
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not respect our fundamental individual right to keep and bear arms
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generate strongly opposes the nomination of Merrick garland to the highest court
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of the land in Minnesota generate is asking its members and supporters to
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speak out against a newly introduced a bill that would criminalize the everyday
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acts of law-abiding gun owners Senate File 2493 would expand background checks
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to all sales and transfers of firearms in the state of Minnesota with limited
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and narrow exceptions under this bill a firearm safety instructor holding class
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outside of a shooting range could not transfer a firearm to a student to
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demonstrate its safe youth a person borrowing a firearm while hunting could
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not take the gun home for clean before returning it finally a person could not
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share his or her firearms with the cousin her neighbor no matter how close
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their relationship this legislation will do nothing to prevent criminals from
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obtaining firearms and will only burden the law-abiding if you’re a Minnesota
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resident please contact your state senator and representative to express
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politely your opposition to Senate File 2493 finally in this week’s armed
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citizen report residents of its st. Paul Minnesota neighborhood say they’re fed
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up with crime and they point to a recent assault of a neighbor is the last straw
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local media reports say Bruce chain with attacked by a group of young men
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men who are gambling on his driveway and blocking his access as he returned home
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from work
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Chang who has a permit to carry cannot take his pistol to his workplace he was
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therefore without it when he pulled into his driveway but the attackers didn’t
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know what that change the wife was home and was armed when she emerged with her
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firearm her husband’s attackers ran off
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neighbors say police can only do so much to deter crime i’m jennifer Dark and
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I’ll see you again next time with a news minute from the NRA Institute for
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