The Vice President made his comments on gun control after delivering a eulogy at the burial of an 86-year-old woman who had been killed in the massacre in Buffalo.
As a result of the shooting that took place at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York, last week, one woman lost her life, and the vice president Kamala Harris has called for a halt to the sale of assault weapons.
She referred to firearms as “weapons of war” and stated that they have “no place in civil society.” She also stated that this is how she views firearms.
“We are not going to squander any more time waiting to discover what the answer is,” said Vice President Kamala Harris. The fact of the matter is that we are not currently looking for vaccination at this time. We have arrived at the solution.” She briefed media gathered outside of Air Force Two at Buffalo Niagara International Airport about the recent string of horrific shootings that had occurred in the United States. It is time to put an end to the sale of assault weapons.
At a Tops supermarket on May 14, a self-proclaimed white supremacist opened fire, killing ten people of color in addition to Ruth Whitfield, who was 86 years old. In a statement made on behalf of Whitfield, Harris asserted that the United States is currently experiencing an “epidemic of hate.”