CNN’s Piers Morgan has been one of the most notable people in the media to be calling for stricter gun control laws in the United States.
On his show, he confronted gun advocate John Lotton to figure out why after so many mass shooting in 2012, pro-gun activists will finally open up to the idea of tougher firearm restrictions in America.
Steve Dulan from the Michigan Coalition of Responsible Gun Owners would go on to argue that “the only way to stop an evil person is to shoot them.”
This set off Morgan again, and said that he’s getting tired of having to hear the same arguments every time there’s a mass shooting, arguing that more guns would lead to crossfire and more people potentially getting killed.
After a bit of heated crosstalk, Congressman Jerrold Nadler interjected to point out every other industrialized nation has reasonable gun control laws and they all have significantly fewer deaths by gun violence than the United States.