NRA Spokeswoman Says ‘Nothing Could Have Been Done’ To Prevent Vegas Shooting
National Rifle Association (NRA) spokeswoman Dana Loesch appeared on Fox News on Monday speaking out against gun restrictions and gun laws while saying that nothing could have prevented the massacre that took place in Las Vegas last week.
“There’s nothing that could have been done, unfortunately, to prevent this tragedy,” Loesch said.
“I know this investigation is ongoing and I don’t want to get ahead of the law enforcement that’s involved in this right now, but usually with individuals like these there are some sort of red flags, and I’m just curious as to what sort of vibe, what sort of red flags that this individual was putting out,” she added.
Loesch tried backing her claim by pointing out shooter James Hodgkinson, who opened fire at a congressional GOP baseball practice in June.
“After that tragedy nobody rally knew his M.O. and it took a while for that information to come out, that he was targeting on political ideology,” Loesch said.
“But then people started talking about the red flags that were popping up about this guy and sooner or later the truth will out.”
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