Mike Bloomberg supports gun reform even though he also supports the Second Amendment.
He is an example of a politician who can toe the line between both.
At the 00:30 mark of the video, Bloomberg confirms that he supports the right to bear arms but nonetheless believes in changing laws to red. Bloomberg's opinion is important in this instance because his thoughts on the matter mirror that of many Americans. They don't want to permanently change the Constitution, particularly an amendment part of the Bill of Rights. But, they don't want people who police deem a danger to their communities roaming about with the ability to purchase and own multiple firearms and deadly weapons. Many, like Bloomberg, feel that if you pass a background check, don't have a criminal record of violent offenses, and police have not deemed you a risk mentally or emotionally - then you should be able to own a firearm. Evidence has shown some of the deadliest mass shootings in U.S. history were not impulsive acts prompted by some emotional or traumatic event. They took careful and deliberate planning by people who were exhibiting some unchecked signs of mental illness.
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