FLINT, MI — Local filmmaker Michael Moore repeated his call to repeal the Second Amendment on Sunday, Dec. 30, as he held a question and answer session on Twitter about his 2002 film, “Bowling for Columbine.”
Moore continues to be vocal about gun control two weeks after the deadly Newtown, Conn., school shooting and a decade after releasing “Bowling for Columbine,” which also examined the shooting of 6-year-old Kayla Rowland in her Beecher elementary classroom in 2000.
The issue of gun control has resurfaced with the Sandy Hook school shooting, and President Obama has said he would like to pass some sort of gun control law this term.
Advocates for gun rights want to preserve gun ownership privileges as contained in the Constitution.
Moore took to Twitter on Sunday evening to answer viewer questions about gun control and “Bowling for Columbine” using his Twitter handle, @mmflint.
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