Black Mom, Victim of NJ Gun Laws, Celebrates Reciprocity

Trump is working to change interstate gun laws

A black mother of two would have spent years in a New Jersey jail if she wasn’t pardoned by Gov. Chris Christie after 48 days.

Her crime?

As a Pennsylvania resident, licensed for carry, she brought a firearm with her into NJ.

She wants to be standing with President Trump when he signs the legislation just passed by the House, but faces opposition in the Senate.

Contrast this attitude of fighting for her right to defend herself with the passivity of victims in Minneapolis, unwilling to defend themselves or their city as Somali immigrants and violence rise.