Democrats Push Gun Control Before Facts Known in FedEx Shooting

INDIANAPOLIS, IN - APRIL 16: A tree wrapped in caution tape is seen near the parking lot of a FedEx SmartPost on April 16, 2021 in Indianapolis, Indiana. The area is the scene of a mass shooting at FedEx Ground Facility that left at least eight people dead and five …
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Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg and Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) both called for more gun control before the facts were known in the Indianapolis, Indiana, attack at a FedEx warehouse late Thursday night.

Breitbart News reported the mass shooting left eight innocents dead. Police indicated the suspected gunman allegedly took his own life after the eight were killed.

As of Friday mid-morning police had not revealed the type of firearm used nor explained how the weapon was acquired, nor did they release the identity of the attacker or a motive for the attack.

Yet Associated Press quoted Secretary Buttigieg tweeting, “We wake up once more to news of a mass shooting, this time in Indiana. No country should accept this now-routine horror. It’s long past time to act.”

Sen. Murphy tweeted:

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