Honestly, I’m a little nervous about tomorrow’s interview.
But since my daughter Jessi was murdered last year in the Aurora movie theater shooting, I’ve learned a few things….
I’ve learned that too many Americans — 90 men, women and children every day — die because of gun violence…
…And I’ve learned that the more I share my story, the more Americans want to help us end gun violence.
It was yet another awful week of mass shootings in our nation. But I won’t stop fighting for what’s right.
Neither should you.
Help me continue the fight for sensible gun laws that will save lives.
Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence
P.S. — Many people have reached out to say they appreciated my interview with NPR this week. If you missed it, you can listen to it here. I’m hoping tomorrow’s conversation on Meet the Press will be just as civil and will help more Americans understand why it’s time to put aside politics and end gun violence.