NV: Giunchigliani responds to criticism over sex offender reporting bill as ‘untrue’ and ‘offensive’ in new ad

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Chris Giunchigliani is calling an attack over her involvement in exempting teachers from a sex offender reporting bill while she was an assemblywoman “untrue” and “offensive” in a new ad released today.

In the 30-second spot, Giunchigliani shares that she was sexually abused for over a year as a child and that her sister was kidnapped, held in a trailer and raped for three days. She also highlights five pieces of legislation she helped pass as an assemblywoman to increase penalties for sexual predators, make information concerning victims of sexual assault confidential and other changes related to domestic violence and sexual assault. Full Article

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Oh?…. What’s that you say?
Ya don’t like having words put in your mouth and other people judging you for it? Hmmmmmm

“YOU’RE not tough on sex offenders. I am tough on sex offenders.”
“No, YOU’RE not tough on sex offenders. I am tough on sex offenders.”
“YOU’RE not tough on sex offenders. I am tough on sex offenders.”
“No, YOU’RE not tough on sex offenders. I am tough on sex offenders.”
YOU’RE not…

It seems that having been sexually abused is all it takes to become an authority on all kinds of topics. Absent that one simply is not taken seriously. See Lauren Book in Florida. What a strange state of affairs…