The Obama administration is pushing for more gun control, calling for an assault weapons ban after the terrorist attack in San Bernardino, California.
“One thing we could do is we could ban the sale of assault weapons,” White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said during the press briefing the other day. “That certainly would make it harder for those individuals who shouldn’t have them from getting them.”
Earnest mentioned four guns that were purchased legally by the shooters, as proof that more gun control was needed to stop terrorism.
“It would be an indication to some common sense thinking people, that we should consider some different laws,” he said insisting an assault weapons ban would be possible without undermining the constitutional rights of Americans.