Kamala turns her back on domestic violence survivor wanting to talk about red flag laws

Kamala turns her back on domestic violence survivor wanting to talk about red flag laws
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[Ed. – She didn’t have the ‘interloper’ tossed from the event, so she deserves credit for that.]

Last weekend, Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) held a “Gun Safety Roundtable” in Seattle, Washington. Kerry Slone, the founder of We The Female, a grassroots non-profit organization designed to teach women gun safety, decided to attend the event. Her goal was simple: she wanted to have a discussion about Extreme Risk Protection Orders (ERPOs), commonly referred to as a red flag laws. Specifically, Slone wanted to have a dialogue about the negative repercussions red flag laws have on domestic violence survivors.

“On short notice, after hearing that she was going to be in Seattle, I realized that this presented a possible opportunity for civil discourse regarding Extreme Risk Protection Orders. Recently, Senator Harris has been incredibly vocal on her concerns about domestic abuse and gun violence, as well as taken an aggressive stand on gun control. …

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