By Matt Vespa
Dena Takruri is a host for AJ+, a branch of the Al-Jazeera Media Network, who ventured down to Orlando, Florida after the horrific Orlando shooting that left 49 people dead. It’s the worst mass shooting in U.S. history and likely the second deadliest terrorist attack since 9/11. She wanted to learn more about America’s gun culture. She found various gun stores near the Pulse nightclub, the site of the attack, but was turned away by some of these establishments—and for good reason. This is an anti-gun segment.
I fired an AR-15 rifle for the first (and hopefully last) time in Orlando and asked: How the hell are they legal? https://t.co/ZMINY3bu7J
— Dena Takruri (@Dena) June 16, 2016
She was able to interview a military veteran Frank Casanova, who owns six firearms, as he views gun ownership as a means to protect his family. Many Americans feel the same way; especially women who are the fastest growing demographic of new gun owners and shooters.
Takruri did accurately note that the Sig Sauer MCX, not the AR-15 rifle, was used in the Orlando shootings, but decided to shoot one anyway.
“I feel like I have a lot of …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms