Dan Crenshaw Does Not Support Red Flag Laws

Dan Crenshaw
Dan Crenshaw

Dan Crenshaw is one of the most popular names in the history of American politics. He is a Republican member and is well known for his witty decisions. Dan appeared recently in an interview conducted by CNN. The host of the interview was Dana Bash. It was one of the most controversial interviews in recent times. The focal point of discussion in the interview was the recent shooting in Texas.

A gunman entered an elementary school and opened fire on innocent people. No one was expecting such an incident and everyone was taken by surprise. Before anybody could realize anything, the gunman shot twenty-one people to death. Many more were severely injured. This was one of the most tragic incidents that took place in Texas in recent times. The government has decided to implement new laws in order to prevent such tragedies in the future.

However, in the interview, Dan Crenshaw did not support the implementation of the red flag laws. He stated that raising the bar for owning a gun must not be done. Crenshaw said that he did not believe that raising the age limit for possessing a gun was not the solution. According to the Republican, older people can also commit the same crime even after the age bar is raised. Let us learn more about the story in detail below. 

Dan Crenshaw Criticized By Dana Bash 

Dan Crenshaw was countered by Dana Bash soon after the politician expressed his point of view. Dana asked him whether he did not feel that guns are easily accessible in America. Dan stated that America has always believed in the power of self-defense. He said that as part of self-defense, people can opt for guns for protecting themselves. 

However, Dana Bash did not agree with Dan Crenshaw. She stated that the easy accessibility of firearms was the main culprit behind such tragedies. It now remains to be seen which way the events unfold.

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