Delaney Tarr, a high school student survivor of the Parkland, Fla., shooting, went on Fox News Sunday with fellow activist Cameron Kasky to defend their activism at the March for Our Lives rally held a few weeks ago.
Tarr’s speech at the rally in Washington, D.C., called for activists to take incremental policy victories to eventually reach their anti-gun goals. She said:
There are so very many things, so many steps to take. Like, right now, sign our petition. It takes two seconds and it matters. We will take the big and we will take the small, but we will keep fighting. When they give us that inch, that bump stock ban, we will take a mile.
But on Fox News Sunday, she avoided repeating that part of her speech and said that she and her fellow activists are not aiming to seize guns from law-abiding citizens. Fox News host Chris Wallace did not address her comments at the rally during the interview.