President Obama calls for changes in gun politics after Oregon Mass Shooting
President Barack Obama stated on Thursday that his thoughts and his prayers as well as our thoughts and prayers are no longer enough as Americans, as he respond to yet another deadly school shooting, and he challenged voters wanting to deal with the problem to vote for elected officials who will do something.
Obama addressed the nation from the White House after 13 people were killed by a 20-year-old gunman at Umpqua Community College in southwestern Oregon. As seen before, Mass shootings have become embedded within the lines of Obama’s presidency.
He’s traveled to Aurora, Colorado; Tucson, Arizona; Charleston, South Carolina, and numerous other cities to mourn victims of gun violence.