The National Rifle Association has put together a great new ad that distills the 2016 presidential election to a simple choice: either you support one’s right of self-defense or you oppose one’s right to self-defense.
The ad, titled “Kristi,” highlights the real story of attorney Kristi McMains who used her firearm on Jan. 26 in Louisville, KY, against a perpetrator who stalked and attacked her in a parking garage at night.
“This election comes down to my Second Amendment rights – specifically, what happens with the Supreme Court,” said McMains in the new ad.
“Hillary has said she doesn’t think people should be able to decide where and when they are allowed to carry a gun, but I know you can be a victim of a violent crime anywhere at anytime,” she continues. “Without my gun, I would not be alive.”
The NRA will spend $6.5 million airing the ad on cable, satellite and regional broadcast stations in Virginia, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and Ohio.
If elected president, Hillary Clinton will indubitably appoint anti-gun justices to the Supreme Court. Should that happen, one’s individual right to keep and bear arms will be on the chopping block.
“I know where Donald Trump stands on the Second Amendment, and I know where Hillary Clinton stands,” said McMains in an email. “I stand with Donald Trump.”
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