Then Two-Faced Clinton Flip-Flops In Pennsylvania

posted on April 26, 2016

Meanwhile, on the campaign trail in a more gun-friendly state, Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton completely changed her tune on firearm ownership—an issue she is happy to flip-flop on depending on her audience.

On Friday, Clinton spoke at a rally in Pennsylvania—a state with a long hunting and shooting tradition—and said, “We can’t ignore the Second Amendment.”

“I know how important gun ownership and particularly hunting is here in northeastern Pennsylvania,” Clinton reportedly said. Of course, we all know how important gun ownership is to Clinton. Certainly she hasn’t “ignored” the Second Amendment, as she has made curtailing gun owners’ rights a priority at nearly every campaign engagement since she announced her candidacy.

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