Anthony Borges, 15, Received Multiple Shots But Saved Over 20 People In Florida Shooting
February 20, 2018 15:10
After the recent events at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, lots of adults, students, lawmakers, and just famous people have been trying to raise the question of gun control law. And while President Donald Trump decides to talk about the problem of mental health issues, ex-president Barack Obama is looking in the direction of gun safety laws. The same opinion is popular among the students who survived the shooter’s attack.
Florida shooting survivors announce March For Our Lives on March 24 in support of gun control: "We've been hearing is that it's not the yet time to talk about gun control...so here's the time we're going to talk about gun control, March 24." pic.twitter.com/jWG9ZbXoy2
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