Gun Control Push After Orlando

More gun control talk in the aftermath of the Orlando attack.

The President mentioned it, so did Hillary Clinton.

“This is pretty predictable,” Open Carry Texas’ CJ Grisham told KTSA News. “Anytime we see a violent crime happen in which the perpetrator uses a firearm you can pretty much place your bets that, within a few hours, the left will begin calling for more control, even though nothing they suggest would have prevented the shooting.”

He said it’s not about guns, it’s about people.

“This is a reason more than anything that the American people should be allowed to have guns to defend themselves,” he said. “Islamic terrorism isn’t going away, it’s been here 300 years, the only thing we can do to fix that is to arm ourselves legally.”



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