REPORT: Dem Senator insists ‘Reasonable restraints’ possible without ‘dramatically interfering’ with Second Amendment rights

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Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) said in the wake of a deadly school shooting in Santa Fe, Texas, that “reasonable restraints” are possible without “dramatically interfering with people’s Second Amendment rights.”

“This epidemic seems to have gotten much worse in the past ten years,” Warner said Sunday on ABC’s “This Week” after 10 ten people were killed in a mass school shooting last week in southeast Texas.

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“We have these tragedies it feels like once a quarter. There’s a few days of mourning, with the exception of what happened after Parkland, where there seemed to be a moment,” he added, referring to a massacre in February at a high school in Parkland, Fla.

“My hope and my appeal to everyone is – let’s do an ‘all of the above,’ ” Warner said on Sunday.

“But please, for those folks that I work with in the Congress, take a moment and let their position evolve. There are ways that we can put reasonable restraints without dramatically interfering with people’s Second Amendment rights.”

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