Gun Ownership, Gun Violence Don't Go Hand in Hand, Statistics Show
Figures don’t lie: America doesn’t have a gun problem; America has a gun-grabber problem.
Each time America experiences a tragedy — especially one resulting in multiple deaths — gun critics respond with a call to limit our Second Amendment guarantees.
Although Orlando, San Bernardino, Fort Hood and other massacres were rooted in radical Islam, and Sandy Hook involved a perpetrator with serious mental health issues, gun control groups immediately latched on to them as reasons to restrict gun ownership.
The reaction became so knee-jerk that Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America launched into a theatrical diatribe after photos were published depicting protesters openly carrying firearms in Charlottesville, Virginia.