Friday, June 17, 2016

An Open Letter on Charleston from Hillary Clinton

Hillary has penned her thoughts on this sad and tragic anniversary.  If we had done something after Sandy Hook, which horrified the nation, Charleston might have been avoided. If we had done something after Charleston last year, Orlando and the nation might not be in mourning today. So when does it stop?  Thank you Hillary, Brady Campaign, and Democratic senators for fighting to regulate gun and high-capacity clip sales.

Hillary Clinton: An open letter on Charleston

Fri June 17, 2016
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Story highlights

  • Deaths of nine people at Charleston's Emanuel AME Church weren't in vain, Hillary Clinton says
  • Clinton: Let's bridge our divides, fight for change and remember that love never fails
Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for president. The opinions expressed in this commentary are hers.
One year ago today, our nation lost nine precious lives. They were mothers and fathers, students and coaches, pastors and choir members. They were men and women of faith, each filled with passion and love, and with so much left to give. For many, time has done little to dull the pain of their loss. I still remember my grief and confusion when I heard the news. But their deaths have not been in vain.
"Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things," Scripture teaches us. "Love never fails."

 Hillary Clinton
Hillary Clinton
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