Diane Sawyer Lands First Interview of Gabrielle Giffords Since Tucson Shooting

The first interview with Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords since the January 8, Tucson shooting will be aired on ABC on November 14.
For the first time since getting shot through the brain during the January 8, Tucson shooting, Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords will give her first televised interview. That reporter who landed the interview: ABC's Diane Sawyer.

Giffords has only appeared once publicly since the shooting -- she traveled to Washington D.C. last month to vote on the contentious debt-ceiling bill, calling it "a bipartisan bill to avoid economic crisis." 

Giffords and her husband, astronaut Mark Kelly, will sit down with Sawyer for an interview that's to be aired November 14 at 9 p.m. on ABC, according to the Associated Press.

November 14 also happens to be the day before Giffords' new book, "Gabby: A Story of Courage and Hope" is set to be released -- which probably isn't a coincidence.

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It's terrible what happened to Giffords. On the other hand, having Diane Sawyer "interview" someone is probably the best help any insomniac could possibly get. Just watch this useless,(where learning anything of substance) government approved Old Media shilll for two minutes, and your'e sure to be in a relaxing deep sleep. The elite know this of course, that is why they are desperately making plans to censor and control the net. Stupid Americans will probably allow them to get away with it.

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