KELLY MCCANN: That’s absolutely true, Tucker. I mean, at the end of the day, a lot of people want to reduce this to a gun issue. It’s not a gun issue. If someone is intent on hurting someone, they’re going to find a way to do it right. And some ways are more convenient and some ways are more concealable and some ways might be a little bit easier to pull off. But at the end of the day, if someone’s intent on that, they’re going to find a way. The real problem here is why are we producing so many people in recent years that seem to want to do this? If you look at the historical climb, right, I mean, it just seems that these incidents and their anomalies, they still remain anomalies, are happening with more frequency. So it’s not really a gun issue or an access issue or maybe even a psychological issue. Is it a societal issue?
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