Rand on SC Shooting: There’s a ‘Sickness in Our Country,’ Can’t be Fixed by Government

Thursday in Washington, D.C. at the Faith and Freedom Coalition’s Road to Majority Conference, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) addressed the Charleston church shooting.

Paul said, “We had the shooting this morning in South Carolina. What kind of person goes in a church and shoots nine people? There’s a sickness in our country. There’s something terribly wrong. But it isn’t going to be fixed by your government. It’s people straying away. It’s people not understanding where salvation comes from. And I think that if we understand that, we’ll understand and have better expectations of what we get from our government.”

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