Thursday, April 21, 2016

Constructive Feedback University: Despite The Fact That ABC Philadelphia's Jim Garnder Has Been Watching "NINJAS GET THEMSELVES KILT IN PHILLY" Since 1976 When He Arrived In The TV Anchor Chair, When He Talked To HILLARY CLINTON About THE MURDER CAPITAL CALLED PHILADELPHIA The Conversation Turned Into GUN CONTROL And The "NRA Republicans In Harrisburg Who Are Blocking Legislation" - THE COLONIZED NEGRO LOVES TO BE TRICKED MORE THAN HE LOVES THE TRUTH


PROGRESSIVE FUNDAMENTALISM IS A FRAUDULENT DIVERSIONARY COLONIZING SCHEME



AFTER 40 YEARS ON THE AIR, ABC'S JIM GARDNER BELIEVES THAT BY DEFEATING THE 'GUN LOBBY IN HARRISBURG PA LEGISLATURE' - THE STREETS OF WEST/NORTH/SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST PHILLY WILL BECOME SAFE


SOURCE - ONE ON ONE WITH HILLARY CLINTON
Action News' Jim Gardner sat down with Hillary Clinton for an exclusive One-On-One interview.

They talked about a number of issues, including the scourge of gun violence in Philadelphia.

Jim Gardner: So far this year, the homicide rate in Philadelphia is up 17% compared to this date last year. Non-fatal shootings are up 40%. You're not running for mayor of Philadelphia and you're not running for police commissioner of Philadelphia, how could a President Clinton make Philadelphia a safer city?

Hillary Clinton: I am heartbroken by the stories that are coming out of Philadelphia, even this past weekend. 12 people shot, four people killed, as I recall, a police officer shot, a 4-year-old girl killed by her own father because he was handling a gun inappropriately. Honestly, this is a tragedy. It is an epidemic at the same time.

I would do everything as president to help reform the criminal justice system, work with our police departments; there are a lot of good departments and good police officers who are doing a very important and successful job, controlling crime, but doing it consistent with civil liberties, privacy, our rights.

We need to understand what is going on that causes people to reach for guns to settle minor disputes or to not know how to keep guns out of the wrong hands.

Jim: You say there is simply too many guns.

Hillary: Yes.

Jim: Former mayors [Ed] Rendell and [Michael] Nutter, whom I know you know very well, tried to get Harrisburg to pass legislation allowing Philadelphia to establish its own stricter gun laws. Philadelphia has not been successful in their efforts to do that.

Hillary: Well, that's because the gun lobby intimidates legislatures from across Pennsylvania. There's a big difference between respecting the Second Amendment, understanding that it does grant rights, and coming up with common sense gun safety measures that are consistent with the Constitution and which provide communities with more authority to be able to make laws that are suited to their particular conditions.

And I think it's a real shame what has happened in Pennsylvania because of the power of the gun lobby.

We'll continue Jim Gardner's One-On-One with Hillary Clinton Thursday on Action News at 6 when they discuss Pennsylvanians left behind by the recovery, whether compromise is still possible in Washington, and if her huge win in New York is diminishing the important of the Pennsylvania primary.

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