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It’s been two years since Sutherland Springs. It was a horrific event that runs through my mind every time I walk into a church. With 26 people killed, including one unborn child, in a small town church during services, it’s something that will be hard for anyone to get past for a good, long while.
Some people don’t want to get past it, though. Chief among those are anti-gun advocates who want nothing more than to use that horrible day to push their anti-gun agenda, people like Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), who tweeted this earlier this week.
Two years ago, a shooter took 26 lives in Sutherland Springs. The shooter was able to buy guns despite a domestic violence conviction. We need to pass universal background checks and other commonsense bills to prevent such tragedies from happening again.
— Senator Dianne Feinstein (@SenFeinstein) November 5, 2019