In the wake of the Orlando Massacre at nightclub Pulse, it raises one question? Will things get worst?
It seems like every year, from the movie theater shooting in Colorado, Sandy Hook, San Bernardino Shooting, and the recent Orlando Massacre, The record for worst massacres in America get beaten annually. We haven't heard any news of new gun safety measures in the past few years in response to the shooting. Whether one's idea of safety being allowing everyone to be armed to protect themselves, or put stricter rules on buying an owning an AR-15.
The victims of these massacres tend to be for stricter control measures and banning the ownership and sales of AR-15 rifles. The news that will really make a difference in the future is if these family members victims make headlines by going outside gun retailers, protesting, and demanding manslaughter charges for those who sell guns to those with firearms. We will hear new headlines in the future on how people are fighting for gun control after gun control advocates get tired of old measures not working. The sales of AR-15s and ownership is here to stay as it is the most popular rifle being sold in America.