oped: This is why I like Stacey...she is open and honest and addresses the issues based on logic not emotions a good trait!
Fox News contributor and actress Stacey Dash explained her position on guns and why she was so passionate about her Second Amendment rights, but her Hollywood counterparts won’t like it one bit.
In an interview with People magazine on Wednesday, Dash, 49, revealed that a gun saved her life nearly 25 years ago after an ex-boyfriend raped her.
Dash said she was in a physically abusive relationship with that man for years. During her relationship, he often beat her.
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After the couple broke up, the ex-boyfriend still stalked her. Even after she had another man’s baby, the ex still came around and even raped her.
“He had a gun to my head and I thought, ‘My son is in that crib right there,'” Dash said. In that moment, she thought, “‘No, you are not going to do this. My son’s life was more important to me than my own.'”
When her attacker came back, she was ready for him with a gun. She fired several shots at him, but missed.
“I wanted to kill him,” she admitted, but the gun did what she wanted it to do — it scared the thug away.
Dash explained that her right to bear arms made all the difference in the world when it came to protecting herself from a person with evil intent.
“A gun saved my life,” she said. “That’s why my Second Amendment right will not be taken away from me.”
Dash did what any other right-thinking individual, man or woman, would do in her situation — she fought back.
So many people — not just women — agree with Dash’s perspective on the issue. Put simply, guns save lives. A gun can become especially handy when a thug thinks he can attack a women just because he thinks she is defenseless.
Anyone exercising their right to bear arms doesn’t need to fear for their life or safety.
H/T The Washington Times
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