The story of a Delaware woman fighting for her Second Amendment rights while living in government housing is a familiar one to many A1F Daily readers. In the housing complex where she lived, roaming gang members and drug dealers were an everyday sight, but owning a gun was prohibited. After a lengthy battle, she won an NRA-backed court challenge against the housing authority, restoring her and other residents’ Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms.
Now she is the topic of a new Freedom’s Safest Place television commercial. “If I am not free because of my address today, what makes you think you’ll be free tomorrow?” she asks. “I marched behind Martin Luther King at Selma. I know my rights. Now I have my gun. I am the National Rifle Association of America. And I’m freedom’s safest place.”