In Texas last week, a semi-automatic rifle-wielding 18-year-old entered an elementary school, shooting 19 students and two instructors to death. Andy Murray observed: “I suppose there’s been over 200 mass shootings in America this year and nothing changes.”
Andy Murray, a two-time Wimbledon winner from the United Kingdom, stated he was “furious” about the mass murder in Uvalde, Texas, and compared it to his own experience in the Dunblane tragedy in Scotland in 1996.
Last week, a semi-automatic rifle-wielding 18-year-old shooter invaded an elementary school in Texas, murdering 19 students and two instructors.
The long-running national discussion on US gun laws has heated up in the wake of the assault, which occurred ten days after a massacre in Buffalo, New York that claimed ten lives.
“It makes you really furious and is incredibly distressing. The number of mass shootings in America this year may have exceeded 200, but nothing has changed “Murray said.”I fail to comprehend that.
“My impression is that you do something different eventually. You cannot continue to attack the issue by acquiring more firearms and stockpiling them around the nation. That doesn’t seem to be a solution to me. But I might be mistaken. Let’s perhaps try a different approach to see if we can obtain a different result.”
The incident, which occurred ten days after a massacre in Buffalo, New York that claimed ten lives, has heightened the long-running national discussion about US gun restrictions.
“It pisses you off and is quite distressing. There have likely been more than 200 mass shootings in America this year, yet nothing has changed “said Murray. “That eludes my comprehension.
“My impression is that you eventually do something different. More firearms cannot be purchased or present in the country as a continuous solution to the issue. That does not, in my opinion, seem to be the solution. I may be off, though. Perhaps we might try something new to see if we can achieve a different result.”