Fox News’ Brian Kilmeade Smacked Down By Colleagues For Saying ‘Nothing Can Be Done’ About School Shootings
After Monday’s mass shooting at The Covenant School in Nashville, even some Fox News hosts are acknowledging that easy access to guns in the U.S. is a real problem.
The frustration over the recurring school shootings prompted Martha MacCallum and Geraldo Rivera to chastise their colleague Brian Kilmeade for suggesting that “nothing can be done” about gun violence and for refusing to discuss access to guns in America.
on “The Story” during a discussion of Monday’s mass shooting at The Covenant School in Nashville.
Three 9-year-olds and three adults were killed in the shooting at the Christian school.
According to police, the shooter was under a doctor’s care for an undisclosed emotional disorder and had legally purchased seven firearms in the years leading up to the attack.
“We have a serious problem going on in this country,” MacCallum said.
“And it has many layers to it, but if your child or your family member … is upstairs building a bomb in their bedroom … ,” she added.
According to Kilmeade, who interrupted her mid-sentence, there’s “nothing you can do about it.”
“The parents have to do something about it,” he said. “We can’t stop these people. I can’t get into millions of houses.”
That’s when things got heated.
Watch the segment below from Fox News.
Fox News' Martha MacCallum: "You think if you're under medical care as an emotionally disturbed person, you should be able to buy these guns?!"
Brian Kilmeade: "I can’t stop it! You can’t ask legal gun owners to stop it!"
MacCallum: "So who needs to be responsible?!" pic.twitter.com/PuF8LAecBd
— Justin Baragona (@justinbaragona) March 28, 2023
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