Kansas City, Missouri 2022-05-25 15:18:34 –
Washington (AP) — Senate leader Chuck Schumer has swiftly launched a firearms background check in response to the school massacre in Texas.
However, the Democratic Party admitted on Wednesday that Congress had refused to pass a law aimed at curbing the national epidemic of gun violence for years.
The failure of the firearms background check bill after 20 kindergarten children were shot dead at Sandy Hook Elementary School almost 10 years ago marked the end of the gun violence law in Washington.
If the new death does not persuade Congress to act, Schumer said on the Senate floor, “What can we do?”
“There are plagues and plagues in this country,” Schumer said. “A plague of gun violence that hit the country. Two weeks ago, the plague killed 10 African-Americans who were slaughtered in the daytime while shopping at a grocery store in Buffalo. . “
Chris Murphy, a Democratic Senator in Connecticut, also begged Senator to take action.
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