Clinton's lack of knowledge on guns and silencers is irrelevant to the fact that America has a massive gun problem. These events are becoming a regular occurrence.Relly wrote: ↑Tue Oct 03, 2017 4:03 pmSo HIllary Clinton on twitter just a few hours after it happened saying this is why they should keep silencers banned when this guy didn't use a silencer, in fact a silencer wouldn't have worked on his guns, isn't just capitalizing on this tragedy?Sandies wrote: ↑Tue Oct 03, 2017 3:48 amDo you really see the topic of gun control as an exploitation of the constant tragedy, or trying to do something about preventing the next one. The view that people are "exploiting it" really is silly. The same people have been asking for gun control for a while, its not an exploitation of tragedy.
If I or a loved one was killed in this tragedy, I would have no issue of the gun control debate coming up again
This situation isn't political, and the left instantly turning it political is disgusting and shown how far they have fallen.
When the government isn't protecting its citizens from these attacks, it is political. There are shootings every day, so when exactly is the right time to start talking about guns? When this record of 59 people is broken?