Democratic strategist Julie Roginsky argued against gun owners carrying concealed weapons to neutralize potential mass shooters by noting she has “no idea how to shoot anybody.”
After Fox News host Sean Hannity, who is licensed to carry a concealed firearm, asked her if she would want him in the room during an active shooter situation, Roginsky declined to answer and replied with a question of her own.
“Here’s my question: Do you want me in that room? Because I have the same access to guns as you would and I have no idea how to shoot anybody. That’s the difficulty.”
Conservative firebrand Michelle Malkin disagreed — emphatically.
“I’d want every grown woman in that room to also be trained and armed,” she said. “And I’m going to make sure my own daughter, who is now a teenager, understands that, of course, being armed in self-defense is the great equalizer whether you are talking about defending against a rapist or a jihadist.”
Malkin went on to claim that the “political culture and the media” are more comfortable demonizing law-abiding “Christian” gun owners than they are “jihadists that want to kill us by any means necessary.”
Watch the segment below: