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After Texas, Assault Rifles Are in the Crosshairs

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The latest mass shooting in America—this time at a church in South Texas that left 26 dead—is being blamed by many as the result of letting another crazed killer legally get his hands on an assault rifle. Devin Kelley used an AR-15 to kill the victims despite the fact that a background check should have prevented him from obtaining a weapon in the first place (lies on his paperwork went unchallenged because the Air Force had failed to upload critical information about his criminal history). The killers in Las Vegas, Orlando and San Bernardino also used assault rifles, but as was the case after those tragedies, American politicians don’t seem too keen on making any changes to the nation’s gun laws. During a press conference in South Korea, President Trump was asked whether there should be extreme vetting for the purchase of guns. He implied it was too soon to be answering the question, then referenced the civilian who eventually shot Kelley, also using an assault rifle, saying: “If he didn’t have a [gun], instead of having 26 dead, you would have had hundreds more dead. So that’s the way I feel about it. Not going to help.” But not everyone is buying the President’s good-guy-with-a-gun stance: Over the last 24 hours, the topic “assault rifles” has 80 percent negatives, up from 70 percent negative over the previous 90 days. –Alex Shultz

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