Buffalo Shooting Triggers NY Governor to Enact Stricter Gun Control

When tragedy strikes, you know that Democrats don't let it go to waste. As soon as something goes wrong, they jump on it.

Fortunately, more and more people are becoming aware of this and becoming fed up with it, but the change is not occurring quickly enough.

Liberals in power have done everything they can to capitalize on the recent Buffalo, NY grocery store shooting, and New York Governor Kathy Hochul is no exception.

On Wednesday, Hochul signed executive orders to enforce further state gun control legislation in response to the mass shooting that took place the previous Saturday, which resulted in the deaths of ten people.

The executive orders that were signed by the Governor, were aimed at combating gun violence and domestic terrorism, as well as investigating social media platforms that promote violent extremism. In the course of a press conference, Hochul made the following statement: "Domestic terrorism is the most significant threat we face as a state and as a nation so we're fighting back with a statewide approach."

“The horrific and despicable act of terror committed by a white supremacist this past weekend in Buffalo showed that we as a country are facing an intersection of two crises: the mainstreaming of hate speech – including white nationalism, racism and white supremacy – and the easy access to military-style weapons and magazines,” Governor Hochul said in her press release.

“Today, I issued Executive Orders to devote substantial resources and focus toward combating the troubling surge in domestic terrorism by identifying radicalized individuals and tracking their threats amplified on social media, and further empower State Police to keep guns away from dangerous people. I am also issuing a referral letter to the Attorney General to investigate social media’s role in the Buffalo shooting, and am calling for the passage of several pieces of legislation that will help law enforcement get more guns off the street,” Hochul added.

As a state with some of the strictest gun laws already, it sure doesn't seem to be helping, does it? Maybe that's because criminals don't care about obeying the laws.

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