She seemed confident that she had a good track record with gun rights supporters, telling the news network, “I think I have been pretty strong in supporting the expansion of the rights of gun ownership.”
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Last week, the Wendy Davis campaign surprised Texas with an abrupt pivot in conversation. Under a firestorm of criticism for the many falsehoods touted in her biography, a candidate known only for amorphous “feminism” and support of abortion started talking about guns.

Now, in the middle of the scandal, Davis suddenly decided she supports gun rights.

Davis and her campaign told the Associated Press last week that Davis expects to campaign to “expand where people may carry handguns.” While much of the AP’s conversation with her involved discussing why she will not talk about details of her personal life now that she has made it the centerpiece of her campaign, she did shoehorn in chatter about her plans to help gun owners.

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