This week, President Biden urged the Senate to pass new gun legislation, including two House bills following mass shootings in Boulder, Colorado and Atlanta, Georgia. The first House bill looks to close loopholes on background checks and the second bill expands background checks on all firearm sales.
Retired Staff Sergeant and Fox Nation host Johnny “Joey” Jones who is a pro-gun advocate joined the Fox News Rundown earlier this week to weigh in on the proposed House bills, reforming background checks and the obstacles that come with it. He also explains why he thinks mass shooting go deeper than gun legislation.
Plus, host Jessica Rosenthal spoke with Sam Paredes, Executive Director of Gun Owners in California in an unaired interview about Congress passing and expanding existing gun laws in the wake of the mass shootings. Paredes explains why he thinks more gun legislation is not the solution to mass shootings, and why he thinks the U.S. needs to address crime control over gun control. He also weighs in on closing loopholes and expanding background checks and why he thinks it’s not the solution.