The nation is still reeling in the wake of the Las Vegas massacre, when a sole gunman murdered at least 59 people and injured over 500 at a concert. Many politicians say the focus should be on comfort for the victims and their families, rather than America’s gun policies. Colin Goddard, a survivor of the 2007 mass shooting at Virginia Tech, compares that potential discussion to those after a hurricane or plane accidents, saying “these conversations are normal for logical societies to have after a tragedy.” Goddard, now a gun safety advocate, sits down with Soledad O’Brien to share his perspective on why Congress has failed to enact gun policy supported by the majority of Americans and why he says restrictions would not violate the 2nd amendment.

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