Rep. Jim Jordan: There WAS a Gun Law In Place, and the Florida Shooter Broke It


Amid the frantic effort to gain the political high ground following Wednesday's mass shooting at a Florida high school, Rep. Jim Jordan made solid point on the subject of gun laws: there already was one, and the Florida shooter broke it.

While he said he was open to talking about ways Congress can help decrease large-scale shootings in the future, Jordan pointed out that a law against bringing guns into schools was already in place, and it clearly didn't dissuade the shooter from walking in with a firearm, killing at least 17 people and wounding numerous others.

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