Is It Still Too Soon to Talk About Guns?

It’s now been 2 weeks since 58 people were shot and killed in Las Vegas. Can we talk about gun violence now, or is it still too soon?

It’s been 16 months since 49 people were shot and killed at the Pulse night club in Orlando. Can we talk about gun violence now, or is it STILL TOO SOON?

It’s been 23 months since 14 people were shot and killed in San Bernadino. Can we talk about gun violence now, or is it STILL TOO SOON?

It’s been 2½ years since 9 people were shot and killed in a church in Charleston. Can we talk about gun violence now, or is it STILL TOO SOON?

It’s been over 3 years since 6 people were shot and killed near the campus of UC Santa Barbara. Can we talk about gun violence now, or is it STILL TOO SOON?

It’s been 3½ years since 3 people were shot and killed at Ford Hood, Texas. Can we talk about gun violence now, or is it STILL TOO SOON?

It’s been 4 years since 12 people were shot and killed at the Washington Naval Yard. Can we talk about gun violence now, or is it STILL TOO SOON?

It’s been 5 years since 20 children and 6 adults were shot and killed at Sandy Hook Elementary. Can we talk about gun violence now, or is it STILL TOO SOON?

It’s been over 5 years since 12 people were shot and killed at the Aurora movie theater. Can we talk about gun violence now, or is it STILL TOO SOON?

It’s been almost 7 years since Congresswoman Gabby Giffords was shot and 6 people were killed in Tucson, Arizona. Can we talk about gun violence now, or is it STILL TOO SOON?

It’s been 18 years since 12 students and 1 teacher were shot and killed at Columbine High School. CAN WE TALK ABOUT GUN VIOLENCE NOW, OR IS IT STILL TOO SOON?

America, we have a problem with gun violence. And it’s time to TALK ABOUT IT. NOW.

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