Just an average day? When will it stop?

Enlightened lawmakers are renewing their calls for gun control, following the largest mass shooting in Texas history, as The Great Wizard of Oz (a.k.a. President Donald Trump) and local lawmakers insisted firearms are not the problem.

The renewed guns debate came after 26 people were killed and 19 more were injured during a shooting at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs. Victims ranged in age from 5 years old to 72 years old, officials said.

In the United States, the death rate from gun homicides is about 31 per million people ā€” the equivalent of 27 people shot dead every day of the year.

Sen. Chris Murphy, led the charge demanding stricter gun control laws with a scathing and lengthy statement.

“As my colleagues go to sleep tonight, they need to think about whether the political support of the gun industry is worth the blood that flows endlessly onto the floors of American churches, elementary schools, movie theaters, and city streets,” Murphy said.

The terrifying fact is that no one is safe so long as Congress chooses to do absolutely nothing in the face of this epidemic. The time is now for Congress to shed its cowardly cover and do something,” he added.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, piled on.

“How many more people must die at churches or concerts or schools before we stop letting the @NRA control this country’s gun policies?” she tweeted.

Sen. Kamala Harris, posted, “Senseless gun violence has torn apart another community ā€” this time in a house of worship.”

“When do we say enough is enough?” she added.

Several Republicans, however, including Trump, said guns weren’t to blame, with some suggesting that more guns may have helped bring the tragedy to a quicker end. The Great Wizard with all his insightful wisdom, called the suspect in the shooting a “very deranged individual,” adding that “we have a lot of mental health problems in our country.”

He should know!

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