According to the Republican senator, it's the number of doors, not guns, that schools should be worried about.
“We’re supposed to promote life, the life of people,” Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller said.
"Why can’t you protect living 10-year-olds?" Alisyn Camerota pressed state Rep. James White.
While mass shootings multiplied, the Texas governor liberalized firearm access.
Gov. Kevin Stitt (R) just signed a bill that bans abortion at fertilization and uses the same enforcement mechanism as Texas' six-week ban.
Immediately following the shooting, disinformation began to spread online and was amplified by Republicans with big followings.
The NRA and friends got this much power through a combination of anger and patience. Their opponents may need to do the same.
The conservative justices could strike down a New York law, endangering basic gun safety measures in huge swaths of the country.
“Every time one of these tragedies occurs … we fail to look back at the root causes of rampage violence,” said the GOP senator.
But they're pretty sure it's not because of all those guns.
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