Former White House press secretary Dana Perino jumped into the gun-control firestorm on Wednesday during a taping of Fox News' "The Five."
When the discussion turned to Kasandra Perkins and Jovan Belcher's murder-suicide, she suggested that if women in domestic violence situations were armed, they'd be able to protect themselves better. Then, in a comment that has shocked proponents who advocate against domestic violence she said, rather dismissively:
"Well, maybe, or make better decisions."
Perino isn't the first one to allude that if Perkins was armed she'd be alive, but we're not sure what to think about the other insensitive comment.
SOURCE: Huffington Post