Nanny State Sen Hudak tells Amanda Collins how to protect self from Rape. Basically, tells a rape victim that if she had a gun, she might be dead and raped.
State Sen. tells rape victim gun wouldn’t have prevented attack
After calling the details of the rape “unsettling,” Hudak moved to answer Collins’ question quickly. Citing statistics and bits of Collins’ own testimony, Hudak said she isn’t sure anything would have been different if Collins had a gun.
“You said that you were a martial arts student — I mean person — experienced in taekwondo,” Hudak said. “And yet because this individual was so large, was able to overcome you even with your skills, chances are that if you had had a gun, he would have been able to get that from you and possibly use it against you.”
Hudak continued to say that statistics produced by the Colorado Coalition Against Gun Violence show that for every one woman who used a handgun to kill someone in self-defense, 83 were murdered by their attackers.
Here is the Problem with the Colorado Coalition Against Gun Violence study. The data is as bogus as it comes and it was funded by anti-gun activists who want full gun control. I suggest one uses actual data from the FBI or other sources that use actual statistics nationwide and are not agenda driven. Folks like to throw around that statistic as often as the Obama administration saying that 40% of guns don’t go through a background check, alluding that these occur from the so called, “gun show loophole”. See our story debunking those claims
— Benjamin Sauceda (@BenjaminSauceda) March 6, 2013
.@senhudak do you believe the 210,000 women who fend off sexual assaults each year with a gun should just take one for your team?
— DepressiveBlogger69 (@AceofSpadesHQ) March 5, 2013
— Jones in CO (@edzeppelin91) March 6, 2013
— DepressiveBlogger69 (@AceofSpadesHQ) March 6, 2013
Yet another Colorado Democrat maligns rape victims while advocating gun control | The Daily Callerbuff.ly/WM5dx3
— Dave Kopel (@davekopel) March 5, 2013
HB 1226 restricting concealed carry weapons from college campuses passes Senate State, Veterans and Military Affairs Committee 3-2
— Alison Noon (@alisonnoon) March 5, 2013
And Don’t forget Colorado’s Rape Prevention Tips