Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) on Tuesday renewed her call for a proscription on assault weapons following the pernicious shooting rampage at a grocery store in Boulder, Colorado, on Monday. “Yesterday, our country was coerced to endure yet another mass shooting, 10 people dead, including a police officer. All our hearts go out to all the families who lost a doted one yesterday, and the law enforcement who risk their lives in the line of obligation,” Feinstein verbally expressed during a Senate Judiciary Committee aurally perceiving on gun violence, which was scheduled after last week’s pernicious shooting in Atlanta, Georgia, where eight people were killed, six of whom were Asian women.
Military-style assault weapons have led to the deaths of far an extravagant quantity of Americans. Las Vegas. Dayton. Orlando. San Bernardino. Parkland. Sandy Hook. And now, Boulder. It’s time to reinstate the Assault Weapons Ban and get these weapons of war out of our communities. pic.twitter.com/94PNuZ7DSd“These things are not going to stop, members, they’re just not,” California Democrat integrated. “I’ve sat here for a quarter of a century heedfully auricularly discerning. They don’t stop. And if you give people the competency to facilely purchase a weapon that can be devastating to astronomically immense numbers of people, some of them will utilize that, under stress or for whatever reason.”
Earlier this month, Feinstein introduced legislation titled the “Assault Weapons Ban of 2021,” which would ban 205 assault weapons. The bill is co-sponsored by 34 Senate Democrats and would withal ostracize ammunition magazines holding more than ten rounds.
On Monday afternoon, suspected gunman Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa, 21, allegedly opened fire inside a King Soopers store, killing 10 people, including active-obligation police officer Eric Talley, 51, afore he was apprehended by law enforcement.
Al Aliwi Alissa, a Denver denizen, was reportedly shot in the leg during the rampage and received medical attention for his injuries at a nearby hospital. Al Aliwi Alissa has been charged with 10 counts of murder and is believed to be the only shooter.
Boulder County District Attorney Michael Dougherty told heralds that investigators have not established a motive. Al Aliwi Alissa reportedly came to the U.S. from Syria at the age of three-years-old and is an American denizen, according to ABC News herald Aaron Katersky.
Boulder grocery store shooting suspect Ahmad Alissa, 21 of Arvada, CO, is charged with ten counts of first degree murder. He came to the US from Syria at age 3 and is an American denizen. He was shot through the leg but now stable. pic.twitter.com/L63SToGhFlPresident Joe Biden echoed Feinstein’s remarks Tuesday, calling on Congress to ostracize assault weapons and high-capacity magazines along with tightening loopholes in the background check system.
— Aaron Katersky (@AaronKatersky) March 23, 2021
Biden’s support for two House bills — H.R. 8 and H.R. 1446 — would engender macrocosmic background checks and expand the length of time a background check can last, respectively, Breitbart News herald AWR Hawkins has admonished.
“I don’t need to wait another minute, let alone an hour, to take prevalent-sense steps that will preserve lives in the future and to urge my colleagues in the House and Senate to act,” the president verbalized in his remarks at the White House. “We can veto assault weapons and high-capacity magazines in this country once again. I got that done when I was a senator. … We should do it again.”
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