Heading into Saturday’s South Carolina Democratic primary, Hillary Clinton has yet again made her anti-gun platform a top campaign priority.

As she struggles to maintain her lead against Bernie Sanders, Clinton continues to make restricting the rights of law-abiding gun owners a key issue of her campaign, hoping to draw a contrast between her and Sanders.

USA Today reports:

A January CNN/ORC poll shows 68% of Democratic voters say gun related policy will be very important in determining their vote, and as the race turns to states with large African-American communities that have been disproportionately impacted by gun violence, the issue is becoming a bigger focus.

 After the Charleston shooting this past June, guns are an emotional issue in South Carolina, and Hillary plans to use this to her advantage by exploiting the tragedy.

Speaking to a Baptist church congregation in Columbia this past Tuesday – hoping to win the African-American vote – Clinton spouted out her talking points declaring how gun violence hurts the African American community.

The Miami Herald reports:

The epidemic of gun violence stalking our land is another barrier holding us back,” Clinton said. “Gun violence by far is the leading cause of death for young African-American men, next to the nine other causes combined.

To show South Carolina just how committed she is to tougher gun laws, Clinton even invited anti-gunner Gabrielle Giffords and her husband, Mark Kelly, to join her on stage.

USA Today reports:

“Elections matter,” said Kelly. “Look at the records,” he said. “There is only one candidate that has the record and the experience to stand up to a very powerful special interest.”

As American Patriot Daily previously reported, if Hillary Clinton becomes president, gun owners are in danger. When asked about the infamous Australian buyback program that supposedly reduced gun violence, Clinton replied:

You know, Australia’s a good example, Canada’s a good example, the UK’s a good example. Why? Because each of them had mass killings. Australia had a huge mass killing about 20 or 25 years ago. Canada did as well, so did the UK. In reaction, they passed much stricter gun laws.

In the Australian example, as I recall, that was a buyback program. The Australian government, as part of trying to clamp down on the availability of weapons, offered a good price for buying hundreds of thousands of guns and basically clamped down going forward, in terms of having more of a background check approach, more of a permitting approach.

But they believed, and I think the evidence supports them, that by offering to buy back those guns, they were able to, you know, curtail the supply and set a different standard for gun purchases in the future.”

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