Here we go again….
Hours after the shooting deaths of two Roanoke reporters on live television, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe called for more gun control.
McAuliffe was being interviewed on Washington, D.C. radio station WTOP about the murders of WDBJ employees Alison Parker and Adam Ward when he brought up the issue of guns. “It goes back to what I’ve talked about for a long time,” McAuliffe said. “There are too many guns in the hands of people who should not have guns.”
“This is why I’ve long advocated for background checks,” he continued. “I’m a gun owner, I’m a hunter, but you know what? I went through background checks myself in order to get it. In America we’ve got to come together, there is too much gun violence in the United States of America.”