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Even though the shooting has sparked a renewed political debate between the Democratic and Republican parties over gun control, Deutch says the push is not about altering the Second Amendment and has “overwhelming support.”
“This isn’t about grabbing people’s guns, this isn’t about changing the Second Amendment. This simply says that someone who is on the terrorist watch list – a dangerous terrorist should not be able to purchase a gun,” he said.