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Rich -- is editor of national review and a Fox News contributor here -- The daily biased bash and -- -- and you have some.
Watch I have not quite sure how to put this difficulties perhaps with the way that the media has covered the gun control debate -- Well it it it's clear the assault weapons ban has collapsed and this class or lack of democratic support in the senate and I think -- this -- or -- -- -- it.
But and you know the Republican -- Decisive we would hear about how all these people -- tools of the NRA completely irrational and just haven't had.
Does -- -- -- I'm not converse of that point so -- it needed it doesn't does speak to certain partisanship but I just feel.
You know Jonathan the air kind of going out at this debate I think it's been.
Become clear that people that's.
None of the things we've talked about him.
Could have stopped that.
Act you're never gonna stop -- -- -- mother from buying guns there is no reason.
Discernible reason to stop her from buying guns or even Atlanta and -- -- shooting spree is involved a young men.
The urge arranged and really.
Just beginning data completely over the edge they had admitted she educated me anyway so how you -- -- -- and stop them from purchasing guns and free country it is.
Not a problem I just don't think can be solved so if it's a problem that can't be -- we don't have any obligation to try to solve it.
Well he's certainly well I'd try to solve it but not when it.
Meaningless matters I -- I think the area that there is -- us.
Because it is mental health and -- I'd like to see more reporting easy we saw so that an immediate aftermath of the shootings I don't know how reliable allies.
But what did -- -- mom know about his condition was she afraid of him.
Did she want not what she exploring getting him committed and I I I think the that the best way perhaps at the margins.
Stop this kind of shootings but even outside -- the best way to help people in general more mentally ill.
And not treated it is to make it easier.
For involuntary committal involuntary.
Treatment for people who are out of their mind in very often are so -- -- -- don't realize that rather reminded us there and now we're taking drugs.
They be much less -- It's hard to OK but.
He -- his -- question I always happen with this -- average and set me straight mentally ill person.
Who has -- in mind.
Is going to do a law less damage with a baseball bat or -- knife and I know people say baseball bats kill knives killed -- -- They kill less people in the hands of one mentally ill person.
That an automatic weapon to fight a 160 rations in five -- -- -- that mentally ill person would murder in mind.
Does not have access to a gun he's going to he or she is going to do less damage so did -- shouldn't we.
Do some thing to limit those people's access to -- still well.
Again yet but mentally ill person is adjudicated as a threat to -- a threat to himself he shouldn't be Elden.
That problem is if you want to limit all potentially mentally ill people to baseball -- you have to -- confiscate all guns in the country basically and that's completely.
As a political matter as constitutional matters they have that the Second Amendment so.
That and and just a matter of a -- -- -- automatic weapons semi automatic.
Rifles which are extremely common news hunting and and whatnot so again in that category of weapons here and it and it -- involved.
You know banning and confiscating to really get them out of trees off the market tens of millions of guns is just never gonna happen it wouldn't be -- to.
All right -- -- Larry god thank you -- setting me straight as always however still our little harder to work on man's opinion.
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