President Barack Obama lamented that Congress hasn’t done anything to prevent the kind of gun violence that has taken the lives of thousands during his tenure.
He said Congress had a chance three years ago to pass a bi-partisan bill that would have required background checks of everyone seeking to buy a gun.
He claimed this to be a policy that was supported by some 90 percent of the American people and a majority of NRA households. He said the gun lobby mobilized against it and the Senate blocked the bill.
He said he has directed his team at the White House to look into any new actions he might take to reduce gun violence.
One of the first things he’ll do in 2016 is meet with Attorney General Loretta Lynch to discuss options because, he says, “I get too many letters from parents and teachers and kids to sit around and do nothing.”
Does another executive order loom on the near horizon?
Is there any way to stop an executive action on gun control? Why can this administration or liberal agenda see the main issue is mental health? This road they keep trying to drive down will lead to disaster if they keep pushing.
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