Beto O’Rourke believes we’ve a gun downside within the U.S. — it’s so simple as that — and deflecting blame onto motion pictures, video video games and psychological well being is a part of the disaster.
The presidential hopeful and main proponent for gun management is in L.A. Friday as concern and controversy swirls across the launch of “Joker” … so we requested him about it.
Beto tells TMZ he hasn’t seen the movie but to talk on whether or not he thinks it’s harmful, however he’s met with households of victims of the 2012 Aurora, CO mass taking pictures … and helps and understands their points with it.
The Texas politician says all of us have a accountability to handle gun violence, however individuals maintain attempting to go about it the fallacious manner … when the issue is evident as day.
Beto says bluntly … Americans have too many weapons and it’s too straightforward to purchase “weapons of war” and use them towards each other — even with out a background verify.
He says that downside has nothing to do with violent motion pictures or TV exhibits, or psychological healthcare entry challenges, as a result of as he factors out … different international locations have these too.
Translation — Hollywood’s not inflicting gun violence … weapons are.