Hillary Clinton is pushing the gun control issue that is sure to help her in the Democratic primaries but will turn voters off in the general election: she says there needs to be more gun control. Clinton made the call at a campaign stop in Milwaukee according to the Journal-Sentinel:
Former Secretary of State and Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton Tuesday called for tighter gun laws, enhanced police training and more support for young African-American men who are most at risk to become victims or perpetrators of violence.
"The epidemic of gun violence spares no one but it is concentrated in areas that are short on hope and where we still face the effects of systemic racism," Clinton said.
The Rev. Don Darius Butler, Congresswoman Gwen Moore, Geneva Reed-Veal and Annette Nance-Holt joined Clinton at Tabernacle Community Baptist Church in Milwaukee on Tuesday morning for a forum about gun violence prevention.
Clinton said she wants to make it tougher for people to buy guns and wants a stronger background check system for gun purchases.