Curbing Second Amendment Rights Won’t Stop School Shootings

Curbing Second Amendment Rights Won’t Stop School Shootings

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School Shootings: Curbing Second Amendment Rights Won’t Stop It

Dozens of conservative leaders are denouncing any effort by Congress to restrict Second Amendment rights, saying any such restrictions “will not prevent future tragedies” like the mass school shootings at a high school in Parkland, Florida, that left 17 people dead.

The Conservative Action Project released a memo that was signed by 72 conservative leaders in the wake of gun control talks President Donald Trump held after the Florida shooting.

In the memo Monday, the signatories—including former Attorney General Edwin Meese III, who is also the Reagan fellow emeritus at The Heritage Foundation, and former Sen. Jim DeMint, R-S.C.—point out how existing laws, if enforced, would have prevented the shooting, adding how more regulations would not prevent more shootings.

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“The shooter was known to local Parkland law enforcement, which responded to calls at his house more than [30] times,” they wrote. “The Federal Bureau of Investigation failed to forward a chillingly specific tip about the shooter—one in which he self-identified as someone who intended to become ‘a professional school shooter.’”

Moreover, the memo notes, “the Broward County sheriff’s deputy tasked with protecting the students at Parkland heard the shots, but remained outside the school,” When law enforcement “fails, as it did in Parkland,” it said, “there must be accountability.”

Additionally, the conservative activists reaffirmed the notion—supported by the Supreme Court’s decision in District of Columbia v. Heller, which overturned a ban on handguns in Washington—that the right to bear arms is a “pre-existing individual liberty.” Full  Story

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