Wife Posts Video About the Average American Gun Owner

Pat Nicklaus recently posted a video taking on Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and other Democrats, teaching them about gun rights. She was tired of Democratic candidates trying to portray gun owners as evil.

She says, “While we’re all well aware of the answer to that question, some Democrats running for office in Washington D.C. seem to lack the mental fortitude to understand. Quite frankly, I’m amazed that they can even dress themselves in the morning.”

Pat then talks about the everyday gun owner. According to a Pew research poll in 2015, it states:

"While support for gun control once reached 66 percent, it has dropped to 46 percent while support for gun rights has jumped 52 percent, the highest ever in the past 25 years.

We are at a moment when most Americans believe crime rates are rising and when most believe gun ownership – not gun control – makes people safer."

She says that the American gun owner has a family, goes off to a home, potentially one he hates then comes home exhausted. He worries about having enough for the bills, and does so because he cares about the well-being of his family. She added that the gun owner is not a monster, nor is he one step away from going lunatic.

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