Joe Biden On Gun Violence

'Moral Obligation To Pass And Enforce Laws': Joe Biden On Gun Violence

Joe Biden stated that America ought to really feel collective “guilt” for gun violence. (File)


President Joe Biden stated Wednesday that America ought to really feel collective “guilt” for its failure to sort out gun violence, because the nation marks 10 years since its worst-ever college capturing, at Sandy Hook Elementary.

“We have now an ethical obligation to go and implement legal guidelines that may stop this stuff from taking place once more,” Joe Biden stated in an announcement.

“I’m decided to ban assault weapons and high-capacity magazines like these used at Sandy Hook,” he stated.

The bloodbath in Newtown, Connecticut left 20 youngsters and 6 adults lifeless in a five-minute capturing spree by a younger man named Adam Lanza, who was armed with an AR-15 military-style assault rifle. Lanza later killed himself.

The capturing shocked America and the world, sparked heightened safety measures at faculties, and renewed a contentious struggle for gun management legal guidelines that continues a decade later.

After 19 youngsters and two lecturers had been shot lifeless at Robb Elementary Faculty in Uvalde, Texas, in Might this yr, Congress handed laws increasing background checks and reinforcing measures to get firearms out of the palms of doubtless harmful individuals.

However a harder legislation banning assault rifles expired in 2004 and Congress has repeatedly did not renew it, even because the nation endures mass capturing after mass capturing. This inertia stems largely from opposition from Republicans who cite the constitutional proper to gun possession.

(Aside from the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV workers and is revealed from a syndicated feed.)

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