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Lauren Boebert Ripped For Inane Pro-Gun Take: ‘We Didn’t Ban Planes’ After 9/11

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Radical person in charge Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) Fox news Gun control is not the answer to mass shootings, as “we did not ban planes when 9/11 happened” on Thursday.

“We have secured a cockpit,” said Congressman Bobert. Posed for a Christmas photo Last year, her three young children had assault rifles.

“I want you to secure our school,” she said. “I’m looking for a teacher who can protect children and protect myself and my students. And what do you know? Achieving this without trying to disarm law-abiding citizens. I can.”

Other countries may tighten gun control laws and ban assault rifles and semi-automatic weapons Highly effective For prevention of mass shooting.

Bobert’s comment came in the aftermath of the most deadly school shooting in Texas history. An 18-year-old man fired at Uvalde Elementary School with a legally purchased assault rifle, killing 19 children and two teachers.

It happened less than 10 days after another 18-year-old killed 10 people at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York, using a legally purchased firearm.

The slaughter New pressure Republicans allow meaningful gun control legislation, including voting on bills to expand background checks on gun purchases. The idea has gained widespread support from American voters, but has been blocked for years by elected Republicans, many of whom have received significant campaign support from gun lobbyists.

Bobert’s reasoning was intolerable to critics.Many focused on the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks Changed the landscape of air travel forever To prevent future attacks.

All flights remained landing until September 14, a few days later. When air travel resumed, airport security was dramatically enhanced and a myriad of new screening measures were implemented, unlike the checks sought by gun control advocates.

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