Kim Corban was a 20-year-old college student when a predator broke into her off-campus housing complex and assaulted her in the middle of the night. She was told her home was safe—that there had never been an incident. She was the first. Today, Kim is a mother of two, and if anyone ever tries to harm her family or her again, they’ll need to go through her firearm first. Kim will never be unarmed again. And she’s able to exercise her God-given right to protect herself and her children because the NRA fought for her rights before she ever knew she needed them.
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I was a normal 20-year-old college student. When I moved into off-campus housing, they boasted that it was safe. Not a single incident since it had opened. I was the first. I woke up in the middle of the night, suffocating. Shut up, he said. Don’t say a word. For the next two hours, I knew I was going to die. There was nothing I could do. Now I’m a mother of two. And if that predator … or anyone else … tries to harm me or my family … they have to come through my firearm first. I will never be unarmed and utterly vulnerable ever again. The only reason I can say that is because the NRA fought for my rights before I ever knew I needed them. I’m the National Rifle Association of America. And I’m Freedom’s Safest Place.
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