FL shooting father: 'I was on a mission' at Trump meeting

Vice News published a piece today of pure amazement that the National Rifle Association believes that most Americans would be better protected if they owned a gun.

"My friends and I have been playing video games our whole lives, and seen, of course, violent movies", Samuel Zeif told CNN, "but never have we ever felt driven or provoked by those action in those games to do something as frightful as this". He pointed out that Trump had already taken action to regulate bump stocks this week and in meetings with governors next week, the White House "will make the safety of America's schools and America's students our top national priority".

"We're going to do something about this disgusting situation that's going on, and we're going to all figure it out together", Trump said during a listening session with school shooting survivors and parents at the White House Wednesday. "I think it's insane". Two speakers from the NRA railed against gun control and against the news media for allegedly creating a phoney debate in the wake of last week's massacre. It's concealed. So this insane man who walked in wouldn't even know who it is that has it.

There was, and is, little to no serious talk of securing our schools or providing armed security for our children as we do government buildings, courts and banks.

But LaPierre said more than what the Everytown group quoted. It is said that most Americans can buy an AR-15 rifle before they can buy beer.

Meanwhile, the Miami Herald reported yesterday that on November 30 previous year, a caller from MA called the Broward County sheriff's office to report that Parkland suspect Nikolas Cruz was collecting guns and knives and was a "school shooter in the making".

Wayne, our President says you're a great American patriot.

"Think of it in terms of immigration", Trump said, before reciting the verses for the cheering audience.

President Donald Trump is bringing back his biggest campaign hits for his speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference. But that would mean "the end of the Second Amendment", Hoxie said, something he could never support. The answer is to make it easier for good guys to get guns-a project that has been pursued with much gusto and success. The Peterson reaction or non-reaction, they said, showed that even experienced law enforcement personnel, forget teachers, often failed to act decisively when faced with challenging situations. President Donald Trump was blamed, the NRA was castigated and police and the Federal Bureau of Investigation were condemned for failing to check anxious reports about the shooter's behavior and threats. Like Wyndham, the company took to social media to respond to dozens of messages, saying it "does not have an affiliation with and is not a corporate partner of the National Rifle Association".

Republicans control the House and hold a slim majority in the Senate, but Democrats are hoping to flip either or both chambers in the fall.

The White House could not provide details on Thursday about how the country would go about training and arming perhaps 40% of the country's approximately 3.5 million teachers.

He tells his supporters that they have "got to keep up the enthusiasm".

Here's a look at the scene as conservative activists gather at CPAC 2018.

LaPierre had barely stepped down from the stage when the advocacy group Everytown for Gun Safety tweeted this blast from LaPierre's past.

"I thought it was interesting around the edges, Chris", Smith replied.

"When it came time to get in there and do something, he didn't have the courage or something happened", he said. Seventeen people were killed at a high school in Parkland, Florida. And maybe they have to put a rating system for that, " Trump added.

Trump says this "could have been prevented".

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