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WESTERVILLE, Ohio – The simmering bad blood between the Democratic presidential nomination rivals in South Bend, Indiana, mayor Pete Buttigieg and former Rep. Beto O’rourke of Texas, flows into the night on Wednesday in the fourth round of the Democratic primary debate.
At one point, Buttigieg, who said that O’rourke’ purchase of s-gun-back-proposal to hurt Democrats appeal to moderate voters, feast O ‘ Rourke said: “I don’t need lessons from you on courage.”
The two candidates jabbed at each other in the last few weeks about their differences, the purchase on the combating of armed violence – and in particular, on the merits of mandatory assault weapons-back program is inextricably linked with O’rourke.
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Asked by the moderators in the discussion at Otterbein University in Ohio, of how he would prevail, his plan, O’rourke said that he expected “to follow my fellow Americans, the law.”
Buttigieg, who criticized O’rourke’s proposal a “shiny object” that distracts from the implementation of gun control steps, which enjoy wide support, argued that O’rourke’s answer showed a lack of clarity as to whether mandatory gun-buy-back might work program.
And Buttigieg stressed that “we can’t wait for the purity testing…we just have to do something.”
“This is not a purity test,” says O’rourke fired back and pointed out that when the U.S. government banned the sale of assault weapons, it made sense that the existing weapons need to be removed from the streets.
And he calculated that Buttigieg is a “shiny object” of the criticism was a “slap in the face…for those who have survived gun violence, those who have lost a loved one on an AR-15, an AK-47.”
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O’rourke also indirectly suggested that it was Buttigieg was careful of purchasing on the backup of a mandatory reinsurance program due to the poll-testing and focus groups.
O’rourke has the reduce gun violence in the center of his campaign, his hometown of El Paso, Texas, was shaken by a horrific mass shootings at the beginning of August.
To reduce Buttigieg plan gun violence calls for universal background checks, the implementation of the “red flag” gun laws and a ban on the sale of assault weapons and high-capacity magazines.
With the flood of mass shootings in the last few years, the armed violence reduction was race a top issue in the democratic presidential nomination.