nearvideo Darrin Porcher on the reaction of the police during the Texas and Ohio shootings
The former NYPD lieutenant Dr. Darrin Porcher weighs in on the reaction of the law enforcement authorities during the mass shootings in Dayton, Ohio El Paso, Texas.
Former Ohio Governor John Kasich took on members of both parties, the task failed on Sunday to take measures to prevent mass-shoots, such as those hit in his home state of in the city of Dayton, and El Paso, Texas this weekend.
While the Democrats accused President Trump have to inspire race-based attacks and blame Republicans for failing to pass gun control legislation, Kasich said, the Democrats themselves are by no means in the clear.
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“Do you know how many Democrats run for the fences when it comes? You don’t want to either,” Kasich told CNN’s Jake Tapper.
“You can all be held responsible for that,” he added. “We need leadership at all levels of the two parties.”
In the past, Democrats and media experts have answered shootings by calling for stricter gun laws, but Washington legislators are no regulations enacted in the last few years.
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“It is outrageous that the politicians sit back and hope it goes away,” Kasich said, urging to maintain the media, the discussion as well. Keep the pressure on both parties is Kasich’s proposal to make sure that Congress addresses gun violence with the action.
“You want to pass from gun ownership legislation? People need to start marching,” he said.
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Kasich recognized to prevent that the Congress is in the position that all gun violence, but insisted that “small steps can be very helpful.”
Kasich touted a “red flag law” which would allow it to alert people to the authorities, if you notice that a social media post that could show that a person is unstable. It would be then up to a judge what to do, to limit such an extent that the person, the ability to own a firearm.