Congressmen Engage in Shouting Match over Gun Control after Nashville Shooting
GOP legislators were accused of being cowards for failing to pass gun violence laws
Days after three children and three adults were fatally shot at a small Christian school in Nashville, a heated discussion over gun control between Rep. Jamaal Bowman (D-N.Y.) and Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.) turned into a shouting match in a hallway outside the House chamber.
Bowman, a former middle school principal, was telling reporters that Republicans were "gutless" for not backing gun control laws after this week’s shooting.
Standing in the hallway, Bowman accused Republicans of being "cowards" and said voters should force them "to respond to the question" of how to "save America's children" from shootings. "And let them explain that all the way up to Election Day in 2024," he said.
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