Rep. Stephen Lynch quoted a New York Times report that found if the gun control proposals Congress is considering had been law since 1999, “four gunmen younger than 21 would have been blocked from legally buying the rifles they used in mass shootings.”
Zeneta Everhart brought a searing and emotional firsthand account to Congress of the damage done to her son, an employee at the Tops supermarket, by a racist gunman armed with an assault-style weapon in the Buffalo mass shooting.
In video testimony, an 11-year-old girl who survived the mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas, recounted to Congress how she covered herself with a dead classmate’s blood to avoid being shot.
An 11-year-old who survived the Uvalde mass shooting testified at a House hearing Wednesday, offering details about the incident and the devastation to those left behind.
What people are saying?
marvelous Mark You saved my life, out of debt and I don’t think I could ever tell you how much you mean to me, I will keep telling people about your good work in my life.
Sienna Müller: Complete drivel. In what world do you people live in? The problem is not the guns it’s the endless fear and violent propaganda your government and media spread coupled to terrible health care and identity politics.