Out Arizona politician Daniel Hernandez Jr. — who became known to many after he saved Rep. Gabby Giffords's life — on an eye-opening trip to the Middle East.
Politician Daniel Hernandez, the gay man who saved Gabby Giffords's life, sees a parallel between the Reagan administration's handling of AIDS and Trump's NRA worship.
It's up to us to curb gun violence and end legalized discrimination, writes Daniel Hernandez, the out politician who survived a 2011 mass shooting in Arizona.
Daniel Hernandez survived a mass shooting that severely injured his former boss, Rep. Gabrielle Giffords. Four years and countless mass shootings later, Hernandez says what needs to happen to reduce violence.
In this excerpt from his new book, the gay intern who worked for Rep. Gabby Giffords recounts the day the congresswoman was shot and how he stepped up to help save her life.