USA Today op-ed slammed for arguing Kamala Harris’ possession of weapons ‘disqualifying’

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An op-ed published in “USA Today” has been widely criticized, and argued that Sen. Kamala Harris’ possession of weapons a “disqualifying” issue, that you are chosen by the President.

USA Today opinion piece by Peter Funt said thinks the California Democrat “apparently, it is OK to have a gun for personal safety”, he claimed, was a “position held by the NRA, not the progressive Democrats” and that their gun ownership is a “public revelation.”

“Your words are fine, but for a progressive like me, you are weakened, the gun. And I can’t be the only one that is disturbed. Keep a gun for personal safety is a stalwart of the conservative view. The best defense against a “bad guy with a gun,” the NRA argues, incorrectly, wrote ‘a good guy with a gun,'” Funt.

Funt appeared to take issue with Harris ‘ reasoning behind the purchase of a weapon, in which you said that a career as a Prosecutor, she worked on forced with “dangerous offenders” and “felt a weapon.”

Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) speaking at a town hall meeting at Canyon Springs High School on 1. March 2019 in North Las Vegas, Nevada. Harris a, for the year 2020 democratic nomination for President.

“Kamala Harris seems to have not the guts to admit that owning a gun for protection is a bad idea,” Funt continued. “Instead, the voters have a real choice: Again candidates who care enough about gun control, not own firearms or support for the only major democratic candidate that has, and do not throw it away”.


The op-ed was fired on social media.

Harris is one of the democratic leaders in the 2020 race, on average, in third place in the polls according to Real Clear Politics.

Joseph A. Wulfsohn is a media reporter for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @Joseph wulfsohn.

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