Malloy says he thinks of school shooting every day

Dannel Malloy
Dannel Malloy

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says he thinks of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings that killed 20 children and six educators five or six times a day.

Interviewed on WVIT-TV on Sunday, the Democratic governor seeking a second term also said it bothers him that poll results from earlier this year show a majority of voters unhappy with his handling of the economy. But he blamed those negative impressions on what he said were his tough budget decisions in a weak economy.

He said the December 2012 shootings in Newtown left scars. Recent TV ads run by his re-election campaign cite the massacre.

The governor also compared those who deny that the Connecticut’s economy is improving with those who deny that President Barack Obama was born in the United States.

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    […] —–Malloy says he thinks of school shooting every day – Peter Maisano of the Yankee Gunner Podcast FB group correctly points out that it seems Malloy will base the majority of his reelection campaign on referencing Newtown.  This article and the one above clearly illustrate the thought process of Malloy and his strategy for this election.  Dancing on the graves of dead children and teachers to further expand on a political career.  But gun owners are the evil ones. […]

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