Sarah Palin’s Safari Club Speech Addresses Second Amendment Rights, Tucson Tragedy
Sarah Palin spoke about Second Amendment rights while addressing members of the Safari Club, an international hunting organization, on Saturday night in Reno, Nev., the Reno Gazette Journal reports.
The former Alaska governor’s remarks on the contentious issue came in a 40-minute speech delivered to roughly 2,000 guests dressed in formal attire, according to the local outlet. Tickets for the event reportedly cost $100.
The Daily Beast reports: