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your chance to win. thank you for donating and good evening and welcome to tucker carlson tonight. in the past ten days, two separate teenage boys committedc horrifying massacres in public places on may 14th, 18 year old painton gendron murdered ten shoppers in a grocery store in buffalo and then yesterday 18 year old salvator ramos' killed 19 small children and two teachers at an elementary school in texas. both gendron and ramos' were very obviously mentally ill.
the people around them knew that both killers had toldd other people they planned to t commit a mass shooting and then they did. what can we learn fromys this ? well, the first most obvious answer is that the system in place didn't work. candace owens teacher sent him to a mental hospital for evaluation. they knew he was a threat. they tried their bestea . cr he committed a massacre anyway. so we know for a fact that what we're doing isn't working. but we should also be honest enough to acknowledgeed that its very hard to know what to do. instead, despite what you may have heard, the problem isn't that we don't care enough. there's not a person in this h country who was not horrifiedht by the sight of murdered children. it's the worstre thing. and everybody thinks that them problem is that the human mind is much more complex and hardere to control than we like to admit. a person who is intent on committing violence is very hard to stop under any c circumstances. an act of congress isn't going to do ittanc't. neither will gun control. there are more guns in this country than there areor people there always have been.al
however you feel aboutee that fact, you can acknowledge that we will neverl get rid off all of those guns. the constitution prohibits that and you would t set off a civil war if you tried to do it. so gunet control y, what do your find the slogans appealing or not will not stop the next patrón gendron nl or salvator ramos' and every rational person knows it. knothe only way to stop these killings is to figure out why american society is producing so many violent young men. there is a reason they are acting this way. >> what is that reason?it and it's not just mass shooters by the way. the ones you see on television. it's gang, bangers and carjackers and armedri robbers and indiscriminate haters who put strangers in front of a subway train who. we have a lot of people like that in this country all ofou a sudden more than you'd like to think about.is why are they acting this way? that's the only question that matters. of course it's the only question our leaders hate to address because there's nothing in it for themm. last night the united states went on television just hours after nineteen smalll children had been murdered. he didn't do that to uplift or
unite the country which was w already united in its sorrow. instead, he took the opportunity to once again harangue anyone who didn't vote for him and he did it as always with a series of staleta talking points left over from the nineteen eighties. it was a shameful display. >> >> here's part of it. as a nation we have to win in god's name. we got to stand up to the gun lobby when in god's name we do. we all know in our gut needs to be done. what in god's name do you need to solve before except to kill someone there aren't running through the forest with kevlar vests on for god's sake, it's just six . the gunre manufacturers have spent two decades aggressivelym working assault weapons whichth make them the most and largest profit. for god's sake, we have to have the courage to stand up to the industry children dying because the gunuc lobby is
profiting. disgusting. he would say something like that . it's also untrue. it's mindless.s" said the the new york times, by the way, said the same thing within hours of the shooting. the gun lobby, please. the nra declared bankruptcy last year. the nra is a husk in twenty twenty one , for example, the tech companies1 spent more than 70 million dollars lobbying congress big pharma$70 spent ninety two million lobbying congress in the first quarter of 2020ng one alone. the nra spent just two point two million total lobbying in all of 2020 a presidential election yearct. spare us whatever the problem is. it's not the gun lobby. they're not the reason those children were murdered yesterday. it's insulting and divisive and stupidnd. this is too serious a moment for nonsense like that . stop. er bute over at msnbc they were completely convinced. watch. and again, as president biden said, i thought he did an extraordinary job last night
and i really do.o. i feel sorry for those who actually saw that and wereg actually forced to say something really about treated it. i mean that that's how they make their money. it really makes me really sad for them f have that dark of a soul that they're that twistedth. oh , joe scarborough saidgh a naughty word on tv. this mustbe be serious and in fact it is very serious. in fact, too serious for tired partisan platitudes from the reagan era. update your profile. politicians offering solutions to the tragedy that in the end serve only to make their political party more powerful should be excluded from this conversation. it isclud too important they are speaking in bad faith obviously. and so was anyone obviou. magazines bodyguards carry extended magazines or other so-called weapons off war . they're hypocrites.ing. they have no standing to t get back to us . when you follow your ownif demands and anyone on tv who's been accused of a crime shoulded
also take this opportunity to be very quiet.e and once a more lecture from . u but unfortunate. that's essentially all we're at a time. wind we need more than that better. our workk is running for office again because he has no marketable skills just from the press conference to berate texas officials, he did this in front of the families of some of yesterday's victims. watch. excuseex me. excuse me. excuse me. to sit down here out of you're out of line and an embarrassment just like any other student is right now in georgia and he doesn't no good place to talk to. so this is totally absurd. you'rere out of line, sir. you're out right. le you're outas of line. please leave us sartorially. i can't leave you a sick son of a gun to a deal like this to make a political. >> but why don't you get out of
here, come. that's saving lives.g thi that's making us a better country. betaworkss i think one of thoseo lunatics in the westboro baptist church gets offs and making a scene. but that'ss essentially h g how to we've gotten fix and prevent what happened involving policeve. should anyone who talks likeea this should be quiet for a minute and leave to everybody else to figure out why this is happening and this is bigger than a single mass shooting or even two of them in ten daysre there's been a huge increase in violenceasme in america on or streets and public transportation in our schools. it's not a guess. it's measurable from january 1st to april 10th of apr this y, robberies in the rew york transit system are up more than 70% year over year. felony assaults in the subway have increased by twenty eight g percent. grand larceny, according toth nypd, is up by more than 100%. those are all crimes of violence and that's just underground. the same a thing is happening on the streets and if you don't know it, you just got back to the country after a while. according to abc news quote aboutto 11% of violent crimef
in the city of los angeles involved a homeless person. 2013 percent in 2013 and fifteen percent in twenty twenty . if that was a graph, it would look like that . keep t in mind the homeless make up about one percent of the total population of los angeleson, but they're involved in nearly a fifth of all violent crimes in the city. oh , but but ignored. ve it'sry not happening.ha and yet everyone who lives here knows that it is happening because the numbers go up every year. and if you have kids, yous ha kw what's happening. it's the same story the schools ,the executive director of the national association of school resourcesc officers m.ff kennedy told fox business that schools are quote seeingfo more aggression in terms of fight. sometimes they're shoving matches and sometimes they're s flat out assaults. it's more misbehavior. festen those kinds of things in schools it didn't used to happen. it's happening now. why it's not guns, gun lobby. more american families had guns at home fifty years agoe than they doo now. according to the rand corporation study this .hi% o 45%f ameri of american homes han in 1980 in twenty sixteen that
dropped to 32%. so so t the problem is nott that we're w more arms than we y were. the problem is that people have changed. young men have changedave. they are more violent. whyywh? that's the bipartisan conversation we need to havee now and that conversation has been drowned out by lunatic attention seekers who are hoping to win the next election. but we don't need them now. never mind your election. , there's something really wrong and we can figure it out if we try the probably a lot of causes. u the usese of antidepressants in this country is increasing dramatically between 1991 and twenty eighteen total ssri consumption increased in the us by more than 3000 percent. threee thousand percent. remember these are supposed tosh reduce mental illness.ed that's a real stat wased published in the medical journal scienceic the total environment. and it's not justt this country in canada state funded intore depression prescriptions for young people doubled over the
last decadee. then during the lockdown's ssri prescriptions increased even more . a pharmacy group called expressd scripts reported that antidepressants prescriptions went up by more than 20% during covid, according the latest figures,n more than 40 million americans are now taking psychoactive a p roughly one in ten . so again, the point of these drugs is to make you healthier mentally to reduce suicide and violence and suicide rates and rates of violence are spikingra now we don't know that that's causation, but it'ss worth looking at. ofim course it's immoral to criticize big pharma. could wecr use an honest conversation about this ? >> yes, immediately. clearly something's going on . what three major medical associations, including the american academy of pediatrics have eric together declared a national state off d emergency in children's mental health caused by covid parents report grief, anxiety and depression c among children, citing school closures
and forced isolation as theid primary culprits. suicide attempts among adolescents are rising sharply most acutely amongng 12 to 17 year old girls by fifty one percent since the start of the pandemic. oh soo the lockdowns dramatically increase the incidence of mental illness among younginin people and in ten days we've seenn two mass shootings by mentally ill young people could be apo connection. now that's not finger pointing is not to blame vouchingg for a yesterday's shooting. we're not that we're not joe biden but if people are becoming mentally ill because they're disconnectedec frome others, what can we do to connect them to others and thereby reduce the incidence of mental illness? that's a real conversationen . is there a more important one ? we want more than one hundred thousand people have died of aids and the pandemic is responsible for some of that . why new numbers out today from the cdc show how drug overdosesg have surged during a pandemic. more than one hundred seven thousand americans died ofd drug
overdoses in twenty twenty one . tat's the highest annual death ever recorded and a fifteene percent increase from the year before. deaths m involving fentanyl, meh and cocaine rose sharply.ucker: >> okay, so people are doing more drugs. they'reil more unstable.lilithee they're killing themselves more oftenlves m and some rare u they're killing others. now what kind of mindset would it take to go murder children in an elementary school? you are so disconnected from other human beings that seems okay to you. in what could be adding to the feeling of disconnection we have from one another? a well, in twenty twenty adults in the united states spend an average of eight hours every day e on digital media staring w a screen the has made it worse. they'rens notot the only cause t they definitely exacerbated it. that's a 20 percent jump from 2019. one of the people who spent an awful lot of time online during the pandemic was the shooter and you valde he reportedly played a lot off a call of duty
instead of going outside the shooter in buffalo also b spent a lot of time online as well. in fact, he blamed the internet for radicalizing him.. i spentll almost m a year plann, this attack he wrote on aprilou twenty sixth. oh , how time flies., ifma i could go back , maybe i'd tell myself to get the f a 4chan and the world saw videos and get an actual likee to wait for that now. now that's not an argument for censoring those or any other sites. it's an argument for experiencing real life nature, other people, animals, anything but a screen staring at a screen all day puts you inton your own world and in some small number ofou cases it, drives you insane. it makes you y mentallyou ill and violenty. that's very obvious. that's one of the reasons that people in silicon valley, the tech executivesle i wantes their own kids lose i themselves in their stupid ipads. back in september of 2013 after mass shooting atasid the washington navy yard, the late charles krauthammer identified the problem. we have a lot of mentally ill people and we need to stop ignoring them. re obviously we've ignored that warning. so here it is again.
he needed help. thirty years ago the cops would have brought him to a psychiatric emergency room. emergency room, he probably would he probably would have gone antipsychotics and he probably would have been hospitalized h w for a couple ofay weeks. that's the way it was done in the 70s. when i practiced psychiatry. but today that doesn't happen. the cops left he was left on his ownho. he was a man who shouldn't have been on his own. he should have had to starten looking after him and he ended up killing people in a way that look, you want to respect the civil liberties of everybody. but there is a pointointwh whicf you don't take control of people who are clearly out ofty touch with reality, you are, d damaging them, exposing them and of course tragically exposing a lot of innocents around them. yeah, exactly.uc the stuff is complicated. the human mind is complicated and if the environment changes, so does the mind. people can't go outside to talko to other people or spend eight hours a day staring at a screen
if they're on brain changing chemicals in huge numbers, tens of millions of people. you think that has an effect? yeah, what effect? >> well, is anyone studying what murderers, not justmu mass murderers but all murderers have in commonon? apparently not. it would be nice to know. so is what the gun lobby pleaseo no one believe that . and why, by the way, iswa the answer to mass shootings always universal gun confiscate shootings? the focus on the people who did it on the dangerous people. on it's t like forcing the entire population into drug rehab in response, the financiall focus probably better to on the addicts. why do they get addicted? how can we help them? let'ss be serious about this . children died. it's real. stop with the talking points. be honest.k jason whitlock isis always honet . he's so fearless.. he joins us tonight. what i know about duncan. i mean, if this one is kind of c worth arguing about, gun control is just too stupid t evn to dignify with a response.nse, but there's a deeper thing
going on here. why is no one saying that it's much deeper. s and tucker, thank you for having me on because i think i topichea very important and you've laid it out beautifully. hey, look, big tech, these social media apps, this addiction, this dopaminepp, addiction that they have given all of us our smartphones, there are enemies. they are disconnecting our humandi connection. this young man salvadore, most or whatever lived a very isolated life. his family is in tatters. allegedlyy his mother was a drug abuser. he's living with his grandmother. there doesn't appear to be a connection to his father. he's online playing call of duty. he's connecting with other human beings through directhuma messages, instant messages over instagram, this whole world. we built this social media matrix. it is not good for our minds a and i'll go all the way to everyone's favorite president
barack obama. an example we saw a dayrt that you did not reference. this is a very smart man. i believe barack obama is veryi smart. i believe social media hasia damaged his mind. he used this tragedy in texas and 19 slaughtered children to venerate and celebrate george floyd. he's the george floyd od on the bodies of 19 dead children over twitter beforeev social media. his mind would never go to connect george floyd to nineteen slaughtered children. and we must remember and celebrate george floyd. it's ridded f but it speaks to what social media has done to our points of view, our ability to critically think we're building lives based around how we come across over social media apps that are not real human interaction. he would never say these things in a one on one conversation within with anybody in texas
who just experienced this . you can't compare the slaughter of nineteen children to a drug usero and habitual criminal who resisted arrest and lost his life tragically because a policeman crossed the line. there's no comparison to innocent children being slaughtered c. don'tt stand george floyd on the dead bodies of children. but this is what social media bates all of us do.pr that'ses a smart man. that was the president of the united states. take it down to these kidsw and how they built their entiret lives around their social media platforms and how can i be famous and they don't care how you becomee famous over social media if it's o the slaughter of other human beings or if it's shaking your rear end nakedly on an only fans account, whatever it takes, just do it. we've got a mental illness. pend going on across america. a
i'm really across the globe and we're ignoring it because hey, let's just get rid of the guns that'll fix it. yeah, i'd be sympathetic toc get rid ofto the iphones. ou i really would. i'm not sure they got. jason whitlock, thank you as always and much appreciated. thank you . so joe biden tooktu this opportunity your off balance and grieving . so he snuck through an executive order to change the country more . he did that today to mark the two years sinceh george ford's death. but i it's not going to make your community any safer. it will make them more powerful. that's what we point explain what it isowth. welcome to fort benning, georgia, where every year u.s. army units and allied forces and their very best to compete in the longest running military contest in america and the competition has begun in what will become the most demanding three days of our
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you happy st.george floyd day. more than one hundred thousand young americans have died of drug d dof in the last twelvey months. you don't know their names. you never will.caab them.y cares aboutout them. ebrate the but today we are reminded once again to celebrate the life of a violent convicted felon drug addict called george floyd who died two years ago today in police custody. all deaths are sad, butli why i this sadder than most? they never explain that . but joe biden did markas the occasion with an executive order promoting something called police accountable. the order mandates
more restrictive use of force rules for federal law s enforcement before he signed the order by nixon was necessary because black people in this country are allkn terrified knowing the police could kill themowcoul at any ti. >> why this nation? why so many black americans t ke up knowing they could lose their life and of course just living their lives today, simply jogging, shopping, sleeping at home because if there's one person in america who speaks for the deep of black people, it would needless to say be joe biden. g he's got his finger on the pulse. what does this mean? what are the public policyou implications for you off what biden just did? no one knows more about the subject than heather mcdonald. she's a senior fellow at the manhattan institutelo , authors of diversity delusion. we're always grateful to have her . thanks so much for coming on . what will this do? thank you . cowell, the problem with this executive order, tucker , is is the narrativee that it represents rather than the policy details which apply only to federalpoly law enforcet
and are limited in scope. but the narrative of this executive order is that we have a police racism and a police violence problem in the country. biden takes every opportunity to reinforcede that idea and the results are in and they arel unequivocal thousands more black lives lost in cities succumbing to predation and anarchy after the george floyd riots of 2020 homicides rose 29%. st that's 2 the largest annual and youthn history homicide rose an astounding 47% . the victims are overwhelmingly black. two dozen blacks are killed every day in this country. that's more than all whitehi and hispanic homicide victimssp combined. they're not being killed by the police. they're not being killed ki by whitesllng. lacks. they're being killed by other blacks. the police are note p the problm . the black community criminals are the police shot six allegedly unarmed blackse in twenty twenty one . compare that to the 10,000
blacks who were killed by criminals. in fact, a police officer is0 for hundred times as likely to be killed by a black as an unarmed a black is to be killed by a police officer.ge floyd's george floyd's death d was sickening, but it wasn'twa a pattern. it doesn't represent the wayy most blacks die. and ifif biden really cared abot black lives, he would call forg law and order and stop demonizing the cops. g it's i wonder how long i mean this all about the upcoming midterm elections and get outuf the vote and what he said is so patronizing and disconnected from reality. does it still work? i think it does. there's still people t who absolutely do not want to confront the problem in the inner city, which is the breakdown of the family , the breakdown of norms and want to keep demonizing police officers even though the crime is now spreading across the country. the carjackings are happeningy this absolutely insane drive-by shootings that are mowing down kids.
there seems to be an endless appetite for a phony narrative that only produces anarchyuc and anarchy is exactly right. heather mcdonaldke always with the facts. great toou see you, sir. thank you . you.thank tucker. so here's a story that we haven't talked about enough deep mind is a british technology company that is owned like most thingsow by google demand as it's developed in artificial intelligence that exceeds the capacitytyiall of human beings. think about that .es soea the top research scientist there just said, quote, the game is over .e well, james blair has been contemplating this moment for a long time. our finalrn the book invention artificial intelligence. in the endalalin of the human e. we spoke to him about a.i. what it is and what it's going to mean for the rest of us . in a brand new episode of tucker carlson status part of it and you suggest that a.i. may be one of these forces like
nuclear fusion is the example that you useus that might be moe powerful even than its inventors anticipated that it has potential for getting outl. of control, something that would look like. yeah,, and this is a big deal . this is something know a stephen hawking said the problem with a.i. is in thes short who controls it in the, long term? cnt can it be controlled at all? yes.es elon musk said we've let we've let the genie out of the bottle. we may lose control we it's ourat greatest existential threat we've taught to master a lot of human abilities. hi will get better than us ase, artificial intelligence research develop. so what happens when he gets better than us and i see oure intelligence goes like this . we'reav not getting our iq on average is not getting any highergh machine intelligence is
going like this . it's growing and we're in this curve somewhere.. once a.i. is. programing a.i.te and making better and faster called the intelligence explosion, then a.i. setsxp the pace of intelligenceno growth, not humans at the topel end of intelligence we havear a reason to think we are so. so it's the way we're headed. we will make machines that are much, much smarter than s we are now that we have to make them friendly. o how doyo you make machines friendly, especially when they're smarter than you are? we've got to wait till tomorrow morning to find out tomo. youea can stream the entire conversation that we have a team spirit vaccination we 7:0 a.m. tomorrow. well, for years you've heard that georgia's new voting laws or voter suppression, the president called them th return of jim crow.sults are well, the results are in . what happened? what hap we saw record turnout in the primary this week. so more people vote underow jim crow. we'll straighten? out
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disinformation. mcisaac says he was harassed by everyone from big tech companies to fellow delaware residentss and a few days ago he vowed to fight to the end. >> what i knew that the court of law i was destroyed but maybe i still had a chance in the court of public opinion. have a second chance to hold these people accountable and i'm going to fight like to do. is but today, mcisaac attorney said quoting here today johnic paul and the daily beast settled amicably that means a friendly settlement or as some legal experts surmised,a it means the daily beast decided to pay up and movee on though the dailyda beast has not commented. so that now leaves adam schiff, the chair of the house intel committee who without intel or evidence wentt on cnn and said he thought the kremlin was behind the laptop smear of joe and hunter biden and politico who reported that dozens of former intel officials believed the laptop tofi russian disinformation whih
has of course been debunked. so i don't think it wouldam be breaking news if a few more of these amicaic those. settlements were in the works succored trace gallagher, thanks so much for that . >> so it has been 60 years since bull connor strode the earth. thank god he's gone. but then notot sok go long ago the united states informed us that jim crow is back , something called the new jim crow in the south again, never thought that would happen to stacey abramsappe who ran fos governor last time, told us that voter suppression is the reason she's not in the governor's mansion now. now so there's a very specific claim. ga luckily you could test it against reality and reality came last night there was a primary l in georgia last nigt and here's what happened. early voting turnout was three times greater than it was in twenty eighteen. >> so the racist suppression either didn't work or it had w the opposite effect. what should we make of this ande is anybody apologize fora scaring the hell out of georgia voters? federalist,"
mollie hemingway is the editor in chief of the federalist doing great job short an entire bookok a about our elections. it's called rigged and the media big tech. the democrats seized our w elections and well worth reading. she joins us now. hey, molly. so assess, if you would, the state of jim crow in thees state of georgia tonight . remei again, it's worth remembering it was president joe bidenngt and stacey abrams led this campaign, but nearly every democrat took part in it claiming that any election integrity wasny associatedji with jim crow. jim crow wasng a real thing that our country suffered d through where the democrat party basically disenfranchized an entire race of people. it was very difficult to get rid of those laws and the slur really stings now the people who wanted to pass election integrity said that it was very unfairhat that waso a horrible thing to say and that they simply wanted to make it easy for people to vote but difficult for them to cheat. so they slightly streamlinedve some things. they made some improvements. they developed some consistencies. nsishethey made it so that you e
to show a photo id in order toth vote and the proof is in the pudding. there was this primary yesterday. voter turnout iserdaoter way ups all categories, including in the democrat party and h this was a horrible lie and people should have been held accountable. you might remember this lie was used to for joe biden asked companies or told companies to engage t in an economic boycott of the people of georgia forfim the crime of wanting their elections to be secure. major league baseball complied with that demand president and they moved the all-star game from t atlanta, something that they have still note apologized for and for which l they have lost a tremendous number of fans, including people like myself and other companies did as well. a this wasnd a lie and you should not be allowed to lie about something as important as keeping our elections securee . yeah. and claim a racist conspiracy and make americansns each other more divide the country more , which is the specialist t. mollie hemingway, thanks sot. much for that .
thank you . eby the way, marjoriegr taylor greene was in the raceee yesterday in georgia and of people in washington spent a lot of money trying toy tr unt her because for democracy they for the kick off the ballot, she gets 70% of the vote in her district are the democracy defenders celebrate, you know, because they don't really believe in democracy. unr well, there arees many unresolvd questions, many about the tragedy a we saw yesterdayte in texas, the mass shooting of children.xa of ch ildren.the question is what can? what can schools do too protectt themselves from active shooter? we're going to talk tore someone who has why experience in texas ,charlie karkare, founder of turning point usa. >> right now the world leaders are in switzerland planning the great reset try to crush the american way of life. and that's why turning point usa is fighting back in
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find cures and save lives and help mda. thank you .ot >> there's a lot we don't know about the atrocity that took place in uvalda, texas yesterday. but the entire country, both parties to be fair, are intentt on preventing it from happening again. children murdered. there's nothing worse thanothing that . but it raises the question what can we do in real life
rhetoric aside, talking points aside, how hard is it to stop an individual who is intenthu on hurting other people? kelly mccann has thought a lot about brinkerhoff street and the executive protection business for many years and this in many other countriesri. night. we're happy too have him join us tonight. kelly, thanks so much for coming on . i've heard youou say,i've h in d that if someone is y intentoue i on hurting others, very hard tor stop that person. but that's not fatalism. i think it's a reflection of reality. is that true? that's absolutely true . at the end of the day,ot a lot of people o want to reducu us to a gun issue.n it's not a gunit's n issue if se is intent on hurting someone,wa they're going to find a way toy do it right. and some ways are more convenient in some ways are more concealable in some ways might be a little bit easier to pull off. but at d the end of the day, if, someone's intent on that, p they're going toro find a way. the real problem here is why are we producing so many peoplea in recent years that seem to want to do this ?ke and if you lookr: at the historical crime rate, i mean, it just seems that these incidents
and they're anomalies, they still remain anomalies are happening with more frequency. soalies -- it's not really a gue or an access issue or maybeue even a psychological is it a societal issue? so it feels to me like there are a lot of points. that's the answer that nobody wants towants to ho hear. hear i know you don't want to sayut it. i don't want to hear it. to but how important is it to be honest about the threat that you face? i mean, i think a lot of people have a vision here. they have aner interests in selling some solutions. it's not a solution. why aren't more people just blunt about it? ouyou know, because we live in a politically correct society where everyone's supposed to be tolerant and everyone is supposed to be , you know, e n exceptionally considerate and no one wants to speak the hard truth. the hard truth is sixty seven thousand public elementary schools across the nation e, 2.5 billion dollan to assign a resource officer ton each one of them, generally speaking and in a lot of casesn in fact, this shooter was confronted by two school district employee police
officers. they didn't get into a firearms engagement. so that may be notat m the answ you know, usually in a physical security situation it's a humana breakdown. right. so the back door questio there', a question how did he get in the back door was left opent because someone went out to vapor or smokehe was left opensm after recess. look, these protocolt l make people complacent because in the vast majority of schoolsc across the country there willho never be a school shooting. okay, they are true anomalies and it's exceptionally difficult to protect effectively against an anomaly. most people won't spendst the money people wmo. until they lose interest. they get boredt until the next one and then we hear platitude e and a lot of. other things that don't make sense. it's exactly right. maybee mayb we should take a closese look at what's happening to young men in our society. maybe we should care aboutrs that . i hope it spurswe that conversation. kelly mccann, we're going to see you again soon goi. i appreciate your coming on . thank you . great to talk. heart . so a tragedy like this is irresistible. the grief lowers lik your defens .
you become prey for demagogues to leverage your suffering, the suffering of the country for their political gainn. spes michael moore specializesr in this manipulating your emotions just went on msnbc to demand the repeal of the second amendment to nickel and dime this . g i don't know if that's going to do it. i thinknk we need some really drastic action here. we need a moratorium perhaps on gun sales. wegu need who will say on this network or any other networkhe in the next three days it's time to repeal the 2ndt? amendment or you can't say that . well, why not? not look, i support all gun control legislation, not sensible gun s controlen. stuff we don't need the sensible stuff. yeah,stst so it's always the same story. a crazy person does something horrible. the system failsls, the. charge you lose your constitutional rights and the people in charge become more powerful. we tryow b before. but we had an assault weapons ban in 1994. bidenba talked about it last night and saved lives. it didn't actually the numbers
are there when congress passed that law for ten years, st they also required the doj to study its effectsud and what they found out it didn't accomplish anything. here's charles krauthammer pointing that outha. we t had a decade of that assaut weapons ban from the mid 90s, lasted for a decade. and if you look at the studies had no appreciable influenceen on gun violence or the lethality of individual attacks. and there are three elements here. again, it's the shooter, it's t the web and it'shes the environment and all that liberals are mainstream media want to look atnm, of course, is the weapon.po are but there are other ways of looking at this . if you look at the shooteren himself and the mental health issue, the fact that you cannota get a commitment on these kinds of people, i'm thinking most of jared loughner, the shooter in tucson, arizona, everybody knew he was a grenade about to go off. who anybody who knew him was was in class with him said that . but you could only stop him after he killed in this charlest eric foxuc ryan kleckner is a lawyer and a former army
ranger is thought a lot was abot this .r coming he joins us tonight. ryan, thanks so much on. for cog on . so dumb people peddling cheap, ineffective solutions to help them in the wakee of a national tragedy. i feel like we've seenhi . havefore we sure have, tucker . i mean, the only reason to ban guns is to ban guns. itit doesn't do anything to stop violent crime. i mean, i look at situations like this where you have a bunch of defenseless children murdered and i don't understand who thinks it's a good idea to make the rest of us more defenseless. also also.. se i mean, aurora is one of those guys that wants to do that . but the assault weapons ban not only didn't help, it made it worse. crime actually spiked during that ban and since then we've a the on violent crime in this country compared tohi history or recent history. ry i mean, it's easy to focus on the scary gun, but if people look at real facts, we look atke real stats like the fbi, st violent crime stats, there aree more murders by hamer's every
year than any type of rifle, not just the extra scaryan assault rifle. and so you're absolutely right, focusing on the environment, focusing on the person wants to do harm is what we need to do to solve this problem because focusing on the tool would make as much sense as banning pressure cookers after the boston marathon b or banning the box cutters after 9/11 right. likeke people tell you, homelessness is about the lack of affordable housing.or lie. it what lie? 's r i mean,ea it's ignoring the real problem because it's just tooe hard. you don't have the imagination or the will to make people's lives better. so you just say the thing19 that you memorized in nineteenal eighty three and we know itl doesn't work because look at all the crimes already broke. it's already a gun freeal zone. murder is already illegal. all these lawsdi didn't stop hig . let's throw another law at it that's going to be ineffectual. not only is that a problemig violating our rights that'st a problem and not saving kids. why don'twh we look actual ways we would save our children instead of doing this ? yeah. how about not like teenage boys indoors on the internet for two
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