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00:00:06
You've said you're not in favor of any gun reform laws. What other ideas do you have?>> How about enforcing the laws you've got on the books? This man should not have gotten a gun. You know why? Because he was a domestic abuser. We have laws in the books that says if you're a domestic abuser, you're not supposed to own a gun.
00:00:23
He was a domestic abuser. That's why we got all these questions with the Air Force right now, which is how did this get slip through the cracks? How is it that this person who was convicted of domestic abuse by the Air Force, how did he get through the system and get a gun?
00:00:37
Because the laws we have right now on the books say a person like this should not have gotten a gun. So this speaks to making sure we actually enforce our laws that we have on the books. And then that's why we have questions with the Air Force about, how is it that this person who left the Air Force after he was in jail for a year, I think.
00:00:52
How did he slip through the cracks? And what has to be done to make sure we are enforcing these laws on the books because this man should not have had a gun in the first place.