JT Lewis joined “狐 & フレンズファースト” to discuss the broader debate surrounding school safety just days after the Uvalde massacre and almost a decade after he lost his brother in Sandy Hook.
“You can’t really have a debate if you can’t define the issues, and it seems like the other side just can’t define the issues right now,” Lewis told co-host Todd Piro. “I will say here in America, we have more guns than people. Guns aren’t going anywhere.”
“It’s something that we all came to terms with here,” 彼は続けた. “上手, not everyone, but I came to terms with pretty shortly after the shooting. There’s over 350 million guns in the country. They’re not going anywhere.”
Lewis touted his city’s effort to keep kids safe in schools, saying the matter is not political in his town, just a “matter of fact.”
“Sandy Hook is a pretty liberal town, and we have armed guards and little annexed police stations in every school,” ルイスは言った. “We know how to do it here, and it’s not political here. It’s just a matter of fact.”
“The kids need to be kept safe in schools,” 彼は続けた.
ルイス’ remarks come just days after more than 20 人, 含む 19 子供, だった killed during a shooting at Robb Elementary School ユヴァルデで, テキサス.