According to former President Bill Clinton, the alleged gun issue will only be solved if a decision is made on how to proceed.
Bill Clinton Has Strong Opinions
In an interview with MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Clinton described how he thought it would be accomplished. He nevertheless deemed the current situation “not rational.”
One thing is fairly obvious, he said that whatever is done, they ought to do it better together. Also, Clinton believes we need to begin communicating across this gap.
Clinton claimed those who changed their steadfast opinions about the Second Amendment were subject to repercussions.
The CDC claimed that 4,300 "young people" died by gun violence in 2020
The FBI's NCIC estimates that 460,000 children go missing every year in America
CDC documented "legal" abortions for 2020 was 930,160
Going by 2020 the ones who have no voice are the ones being neglected https://t.co/CPImrBCkqM
— 🄴🄻ϻ🄴🅁 🄵µ🄳🄳 ✝️ (@Elmr_Fudd_again) April 18, 2023
It is completely crazy to know we have a far greater fatality rate from gun violence amongst students in school than anywhere else in the world, continued Clinton.
As you may know, many people find this practice of thoughts and prayers upsetting. Though that is kind of how this issue is if you think you are forced and if you think you have to let children perish in order to maintain your freedoms.
Some gun owners can’t wait to shoot another person with their guns.
America really is a trigger-happy society and there is no end to gun violence in sight. https://t.co/CTk37fR2eX
— Vincent ⚖️ (@VtheEsquire) April 18, 2023
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently released statistics showing that in 2020, more Americans died from gun-related injuries than in any previous year on record.
That featured both a nearly record high number of gun suicides and a record high amount of gun homicides. The overall number of fatal gunshot wounds, which factors for the growing number of Americans, is still below levels from past years, in spite of the rise in such killings.
Statistics Don’t Lie
According to a study by the Pew Research Center of information from the CDC, the FBI, and various other sources, they have to take a deeper look at firearm-related fatalities in the United States.
The latest year where comprehensive data is accessible was 2020 and there were 45,222 gun-related fatalities in this country.