Kimberly Corban, the rape survivor who President Obama told last week at a CNN town hall that having a gun in her house to protect her and her kids might not make her safer, has penned a powerful Facebook post asking people to stop focusing so much on “how” she defends herself but on “why” it’s necessary in the first place.
Well said, Kimberly.
Kimberly has also been forced to defend her decision to carry a gun over on Twitter from those who think they know what’s best for her and her family:
@notkimco Security system well done he would of never gotten inside the apartment & if he had of the viddeo footage be recorded.
— Ken Mastin (@KenMastin) January 11, 2016
Nice mansplaining to a rape survivor how she's wrong #copolitics #gunsense #2A @notkimco https://t.co/nUFhgZwAjf
— James Viser (@JamesViser) January 11, 2016
For those who finger-wave & tell me there is no #waronwomen would this be a convo if I were a male? #2a @JamesViser https://t.co/I5dIbcYkwx
— Kimberly Corban (@Kimberly_Corban) January 11, 2016
PSA to Politicians: Stop pandering to female voters. We are half of the voting public. #copolitics @lauracarno #GunsInAmerica @FoxNews @NRA
— Kimberly Corban (@Kimberly_Corban) January 12, 2016
POTUS tells rape survivor having a gun could lead to a tragic accident
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