Condoleezza Rice, secretary of state during the Bush administration, was a guest on “The View” last week, sharing a story of how the Second Amendment helped save black Americans, and her family in particular, in the late fifties and early sixties.
“Let me tell you why I’m a defender of the Second Amendment,” Rice began. “I was a little girl growing up in Birmingham, Alabama, in the late fifties, early sixties. There was no way that Bull Connor and the Birmingham Police were going to protect you.”
Rice’s father knew they were getting no help from Connor when it came to white supremacists rolling through the neighborhood.
“And so when White Knight Riders would come through our