PBS Host Slams Conservative Woman: At Your Age, You're Unlikely to Be Raped


<p>Debating gun control on PBS's To the Contrary back on May 13, 2000, shortly after the Million Mom March, conservative Linda Chavez pointed out that living in a rural area, the police could not arrive fast enough to adequately protect her from a potential murderer or rapist.</p><p>Host Bonnie Erbe retorted: "I would bet that you have a greater chance of being struck by lightning, Linda, than -- living where you live and at your age -- being raped. Sorry."</p>

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